• May 9, 2021

2016 EPT Dublin €10,300 High Roller Day 1

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(pokernews.com) – Germany’s Dominik Nitsche led the way after bagging up 305,600 in chips with 80 players advancing from Day 1 of the 2016 PokerStars European Poker Tour Dublin €10,300 High Roller.
Day 1 Top 10 Chip Counts

Rank Player Chips
1 Dominik Nitsche 305,600
2 Mark Radoja 280,000
3 Jerry Odeen 250,000
4 Sam Greenwood 248,300
5 Ben Heath 240,300
6 Felix Bleiker 212,000
7 Vladas Tamasauskas 198,100
8 Jason Mercier 189,300
9 Sam Chartier 187,400
10 Luuk Gieles 185,500

With 10 levels of play scheduled on Day 1, there was plenty of time for players to enter the event. As the day wore on, the amount of entries increased, and at the end of the day 181 piled up.
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Following Nitsche on the leaderboard were Mark Radoja (280,000), Jerry Odeen (250,000), Sam Greenwood (248,300), and Ben Heath (240,300). Also in the surviving field going to Day 2 wereJason Mercier (189,300),€25,750 High Roller champion Mustapha Kanit (134,800), high-rolling iconSteve O’Dwyer (134,000), former World Series of Poker Main Event champion Ryan Riess (73,400), and reigning PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Main Event winner Mike Watson (71,200).
Short stacks to advance included Mohsin Charania (45,900), Igor Kurganov (35,000), and 2015 WSOP November Niner Pierre Neuville, who lost with   versus the   of Timothy Adams in the penultimate hand of the day after both players flopped a set and got their stacks in the middle. The Belgian will return with 15,800 chips, whereas Adams bagged up 133,200.
It wasn’t such a good day for several notables, including Charlie CarrelMartin JacobsonFelix StephensenFelipe “Mojave” RamosBryn KenneyJeff RossiterAndre AkkariPaul-Francois TedeschiJean-Noel Thorel, and Ivan Luca. They all busted before play ended.
So far, the field consists of 139 unique players and 42 reentries, but the field size could increase with registration and reentry open until 12:15 p.m. local time on Friday.
The action will kick off at 12:30 p.m. for Day 2, so stay tuned to PokerNews for further updates from the €10,300 High Roller.
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Steve Carr

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