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  • November 28, 2020

2015 WSOP Europe Day 14: MacPhee Tops Final 21 in Main Event

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(pokernews.com)- Wednesday marked the 14th day of the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe, and it was back to another day with more than one event on the schedule. The €10,450 Main Event was onto Day 3 with 65 players remaining, and the €25,600 High Roller kicked off as the final event of the series
MacPhee Leads Final 21 in Main Event
Day 3 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event from Berlin, Germany. When it began, 65 players remained from the 313-player starting field. Rising star Dzmitry Urbanovich led the pack at the beginning of the day, but although he made his way all the way through with a chip stack of 414,000, it was Kevin MacPhee and his stack of 1.15 million leading the final 21 players.
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oining MacPhee and Urbanovich on Thursday will be plenty of big names, including Andrew LichtenbergerErik SeidelDimitar DanchevAdrien AllainJC AlvaradoDominik Nitsche, andOla Amundsgard. All of them have locked up a minimum of €23,500 in prize money, but it’s the gold bracelet and €883,000 top prize that awaits for the winner.
Day 3 Top 10 Chip Counts

RankPlayerCountryChips
1Kevin MacPheeUSA1,150,000
2Johannes BeckerGermany894,000
3Andrew LichtenbergerUSA718,000
4Erik SeidelUSA665,000
5Ardit KurshumiUSA577,000
6Kilian KramerGermany557,000
7Mario SanchezSpain452,000
8Conor BeresfordUK503,000
9David LopezSpain452,000
10Enver AbduraimovUkraine434,000

 
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