The European Poker Tour Sanremo is extremely close to its end right now as both final tables in the two biggest events have been reached. Jordan Westmorland and Vicky Coren are both in the frame for the Main Event title whilst a strong final table in the High Roller is lead by Phillip Sternheimer.
Check out the action below:
EPT Sanremo Main Event Day 5 – Westmorland Leading Final Table
After five long and tough days at the felt, the final eight players have now given themselves a chance at winning a Eurpoean Main Event title. Day 5 in the EPT Sanremo Main Event started with 16 players and had to be halved for the final table today and once it was it was Jordan Westmorland that lead the field with 3,330,000 chips.
He will be confident of having a good shot at his first EPT title but there is also the possibility of the first two time EPT champion emerging from this final table. Vicky Coren might be the short stack but she is the only EPT champion on the table and could finally bring us the first ever double champion.
Prize money now €53,000. But that’s not the thing. I’m in the final!! Yay!Thanks for lovely tweets, can’t reply to them all but VERY happy.
— Victoria Coren M. (@VictoriaCoren) April 19, 2014
The Final Table
1st) Jordan Westmorland – 3,330,000
2nd) Giacomo Fundaro – 3,100,000
3rd) Andreas Goeller – 2,320,000
4th) Andrea Benelli – 2,085,000
5th) Emmanuel Pariset – 1,940,000
6th) Andrija Martic – 1,660,000
7th) Bruno Stefanelli – 1,335,000
8th) Vicky Coren-Mitchell – 910,000
EPT Sanremo High Roller Day 2 – Sternheimer Leads Final Table
Day 2 at the European Poker Tour Sanremo High Roller finally delivered us our final table of eight after the final 16 survivors from Day 1, plus two late additional registrations were chopped down in size. The man that will lead that final table going into Day 3 is Philip Sternheimer after a successful day saw him amass 938,000 chips.
He will not have it all his own way though, especially with the likes of Griffin Benger, Ole Schemion and Max Greenwood still in his way for the title.
Both events will determine their winners today, so you will certainly not want to miss our final report on the action around this time tomorrow.
— Griffin Benger (@GriffinBenger) April 19, 2014
The Remaining Players
1st) Philip Sternheimer – 938,000
2nd) Griffin Benger – 892,000
3rd) Ole Schemion – 831,000
4th) Max Greenwood – 714,000
5th) Tamer Kamel – 638,000
6th) Mustapha Kanit – 607,000
7th) Alex Bilokur – 502,000
8th) Imed Ben Mahmoud – 151,000