Day 4 at the PokerStars European Poker Tour London Main Event might have been a quick affair yet it was certainly packed with top quality poker action. We had the final 32 taking centre stage yet again on the felt with them all trying to be part of the lucky few to get into the penultimate days action later today.
Only fifteen of them achieved that feat with Steve O’Dwyer forcing his way to the top of the chip counts with 2,279,000 in chips. He is not the only big name still in the field though with PokerStars Team Pro Theo Jorgensen and British online player Chris Moorman still going strong in the event.
Made day 5 of EPT london!!! 1.06 million with 20k bb tomorrow. 15 players left and we play down to the final 8 tomorrow #eptlondon
Whilst the remaining players will be overjoyed at making it through to Day 5, there are some notable names that will be feeling a bit glum today after busting out of the event. Annette Obrestad, Jason Mercier and Mike MacDonald would have felt that they had a shot at the title, yet in the end it just wasn’t their day yesterday.
Bah busted Js vs AK, K riv for avg stack.. oh well, never really had chips the last 3 days so I cant say I feel too bad about it #eptlondon
Steve O’Dwyer – 2,279,000
Nicolas Chouity – 2,124,000
Tamer Kamel – 2,115,000
Pasi Sormunen – 1,834,000
Niall Farrell – 1,581,000
Theo Jorgensen – 1,474,000
Mikhail Korotkikh – 1,372,000
David Colin – 1,088,000
Chris Moorman – 1,061,000
Mantas Visockis – 827,000
The remaining 15 players will now be getting ready for the action to start back up again at 12pm GMT today with their mission being to get into the final eight players on the final table for the last day of action tomorrow. They will all be hoping to claim that first place payout of £700,000 and of course the prestigious title.