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European Poker Tour -- Prague Day 4
Article ID 00042689
Author Ryan Lucchesi
Date JULY 27 2022
Day 4 of the PokerStars European Poker Tour Prague €5,000 no-limit hold’em main event saw 24 players return, and all of them were eager to make the final table of eight. Everyone was guaranteed at least €15,500, but after three days of poker, they wanted much, much more. It took a little more than five levels of play to decide who would move on to play for big money tomorrow, and the big name lost along the way was Anthony Lellouche , who busted out in 19th place and took home €15,500. Luca Pagano (pictured right) is the headliner at the final table, and he enters the final day with 2,119,000 in chips. This is Pagano’s sixth EPT final-table appearance. He will be in fifth chip-position tomorrow, and although he will ultimately be chasing the current chip leader Jan Skampa (3,985,000), his biggest challenge to winning a first EPT title will be Swedish professional Stefan Mattsson , who holds 3,553,000. We will find out what happens tomorrow beginning at noon local time in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Check back at CardPlayer.com tomorrow for a summary of the final table, and be sure to follow along with the action from the PokerStars blog feed and watch live streaming video from the final table on the EPT Live video feed . Here is a look at the tournament statistics for day 4: Notable Day 4 Cashes: 19: Anthony Lellouche — €15,500 Remaining Payout Structure: 1 – €682,000 2 – €454,000 3 – €255,000 4 – €171,000 5 – €135,000 6 – €100,000 7 – €71,000 8 – €55,500 Final-Table Chip Counts: Seat 1: Anthony Roux — 2,839,000 Seat 2: Stefan Mattsson — 3,553,000 Seat 3: Laurence Ryan — 1,338,000 Seat 4: Gustav Ekerot — 502,000 Seat 5: Sven Eichelbaum — 658,000 Seat 6: Jan Skampa — 3,985,000 Seat 7: Eyal Avitan — 2,627,000 Seat 8: Luca Pagano — 2,119,000 Hand of the Day: Anthony Lellouche Eliminated in 19th Place With blinds at 10,000-20,000 with a 2,000 ante, Anthony Lellouche made the call preflop under the gun, and Andre Paiva made the call behind him in the cutoff. Eyal Avitan checked in the big blind, and the flop was dealt 8 4 4 . Paiva opened the action with a bet, and Avitan check-raised. Lellouche check-called the raise, and Paiva got out of the way. The turn was dealt Q , and Avitan bet 200,000. Lellouche raised all in for 450,000 total, and Avitan made the call. Their cards: Lellouche: K K Avitan: 5 4 River: Q Lellouche was eliminated on the hand in 19th place, and he took home €15,500 in prize money.

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