EPT London, Peter Eastgate hits final table

The 2008 WSOP champion Peter Eastgate once again proved that the win he made last year in the most prestigious poker tournament in the world was not a lucky punch as he has put himself at the EPT London final table looking to secure yet another title.

Peter Eastgate keeps making big cashes

Peter Eastgates performances after his 2008 WSOP win are impressive. In WSOP 2009 he made a run deep into the money until he finally met his destiny in 78th spot cashing another almost $70.000 beating thousands of fellow poker players once again. Before that he had managed to secure a win at the PCA (PokerStars Caribbean Adventure) worth $343.000 and in the PCA main event the young Danish players also cashed when he finished 84th.

Just after his WSOP main event bracelet win Peter Eastgate ended 18th in last years EPT London and secure some victories in the Party Poker Premier League tournament where his total winnings was $108.000

This player being only 23 years old by now have already achieved more than anybody in their wildest dreams can ever expect to achieve at the poker table and with Peter Eastgate continuously making new results it will be very exiting to follow his career in the future. Winning EPT London will not be easy though as the American Aaron Gustavson a PokerStars online qualifier will return to the final table tomorrow as massive chip leader.

EPT London final table contestants

Aaron Gustavson, USA
Martin Gudvangen, Norway
Peter Eastgate, Denmark
Nikolai Senninger, Germany
Raymond Wu, Taiwan
Dominic Cullen, United Kingdom
Rui Milhomens, Portugal
Karim Bennani, France

It is also impressing how WSOP 2009 final table players have been performing the last few weeks with quite a few of them showing tremendously form both in the recently concluded WSOPE Main Event and with Kevin Schaffel’s 19th place finish at EPT London. This is something that does not promise well for Phil Ivey when he is sitting down next month in Las Vegas to try and secure his first WSOP Main Event bracelet and laying him on the Betfair sports exchange at a price of 7.2 seems to be a bet not to pass these days.


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