€2,200 Estrellas Poker Tour High Roller
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Ian Bradley Leads Final Seven in €2,200 Estrellas Poker Tour High Roller

• Nível 36: Blinds 250,000-500,000, 500,000 ante
Ian Bradley

Play for Day 2 is ending in the €2,200 Estrellas Poker Tour High Roller at the 2022 PokerStars and Barcelona©Casino European Poker Tour with seven players remaining after initially being scheduled to play to a winner. Britain's Ian Bradley leads the remaining players with a stack of 12,750,000, ahead of Aliaksandr Hirs (11,000,000) and Miroslav Alilovic (10,350,000).

Players will return for Day 3 on Tuesday, Aug 16 at noon local time and will play until a winner takes home the trophy and top prize of €624,350.

€2,200 Estrellas Poker Tour High Roller Final Table Chip Counts

 TABLESEATPLAYERCOUNTRYCHIPSBIG BLINDS
 11Agatino SpitaleriFrance8,025,00016
 12Ian BradleyEngland12,750,00026
 13Aliaksandr HirsBelarus11,000,00022
 14Jorge Diego GarciaSpain8,750,00018
 15Emil MattssonSweden8,625,00017
 16Xavier MouyssetFrance5,275,00011
 17Miroslav AlilovicFrance10,350,00021

Day 2 Action

The day began with 326 players and it didn't take long for that number to dwindle down to less than half that.

Some of the players who bowed out early in the day include Julien Martini (315th - €3,340), PokerStars ambassador Sam Grafton (314th - €3,340), Nacho Barbero (264th - €3,800) and Andres Korn (256th - €3,800).

2014 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champion Martin Jacobson had a great run that culminated with him cracking pocket aces with pocket kings when he flopped a king and rivered another one for good measure.

The pivotal hand helped the Swedish Main Event champ, who has also had success on the EPT trail, make a deep run that ended with a 16th place finish for €25,580 when his king-queen couldn't hit against the ace-ten of Jorge Diego Garcia.

Martin Jacobson
Martin Jacobson

Brazil's Jeferson Pinow was eliminated on the final table bubble when his pocket sixes couldn't survive the flip against Isidoro Barrena, who paired his ten on the flop and improved to two pair on the river to eliminate that Brazilian.

Another Brazilian, Andre Akkari, was the next out when the bracelet winner's nines were out-flopped by the Big Slick of Miroslav Alilovic.

Andre Akkari
Andre Akkari

Stay tuned as the PokerNews live reporting team will be back for the previously unscheduled Day 3 to finish out coverage of the tournament action.

Tags: Agatino SpitaleriAliaksandr HirsAndre AkkariAndres KornDiego GarciaEmil MattssonIsidoro BarrenaJeferson PinowJorge Diego GarciaJulien MartiniMartin JacobsonMiroslav AlilovicSam GraftonXavier Mouysset