EPT Malta: Urbanovich leading Stud final; Big numbers in the Turbo Deepstack

March 25, 2015

There’s just seven players left in the €1k EPT Limit Stud Championships and leading the way? Dzmitry Urbanovich. The Polish player has already won three events at the EPT Malta Festival and is looking to add a fourth. He also has another motive – the three victories have put him in the lead for the Player of the Year award ahead of Davidi Kitai.


Dzmitry Urbanovich

Seven players also remain in the €2k event including Team PokerStars Pro Eugene Katchalov and Stephen Chidwick. Everyone left is currently guaranteed a minimum payout of €20,300 with €119,000 still available for the winner.


The €2k final table

The €300 Turbo Deepstack that began at 9pm saw 250 entries involved after registration closed. Currently, around 150 remain with 31 places getting paid a minimum of €640 while first prize receives €15,385.

In the late satellite for tomorrow’s €10k High Roller, there were 107 entries with 37 rebuys and 105 add-ons. There are 11 seats available with 12th getting €7,465. Albert Daher, Martins Adeniya and Fernando Brito are among the 37 players left.

There were a total of 362 players with 55 spots being paid a minimum of €1,720 in the €1k Single Re-Entry event; the winner will take home €68,120. This event is scheduled to finish around 1.30am and the surviving players will come back tomorrow at midday to play to a winner.


A huge field in the €1k Single Re-Entry

Other events starting tomorrow include a €500 Deepstack at 12pm, the EPT Limit Stud Hi/Lo Championships at 3pm, a €200 Limit Holdem at 5pm, a €2k Turbo at 7pm, a €300 Turbo Deepstack Win the Button at 9pm and a €1k Midnight HyperTurbo.

You can follow all the action at the EPT Malta Festival here. To get all the latest news, chip counts and payouts, don’t forget to download the EPT App on both Android or IOS.


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