PokerStars EPT – Only 24 Players Left at Vilamoura

After three days of play the PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Vilamoura stop is almost at a winner.   Two thirds of the remaining players were eliminated in under 4 levels yesterday and just after 12pm local time the remaining 69 players sat down to play for the money.
After another 6 hours of poker only 24 remained to see their chips bagged and will continue to play another day.  The top three chip leaders played strong throughout the night and have finished with almost double the amount of chips they started with.
Anthony Lellouche is the current chip leader with 1.134 million chips but he isn’t the only one to watch out for.  Sarwer is right behind him with 913,500 chips.  Day 4 will see the remaining 24 players hit the felts at 12pm on Saturday.
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