Morten Guldhammer, Francesco De Vivo Chip Leaders of EPT Copenhagen Heading Into Final Table

Published on 2010-02-20 19:40:00

EPT - European Poker Tour - Tournament LogoDay 4 of the EPT Copenhagen is now in the books, with players and staff deciding to call it a day a bit early.

Francesco De Vivo of Italy will enter the nine-handed final table on Sunday with the chip lead, as he currently has about 2.07 million in his chip stack. Morten Guldhammer will enter the final table with the second largest stack, as he managed to finish Day 4 with about 2.03 million.

Guldhammer and De Vivo are far ahead of Roberto Romanello, who managed to finish Day 4 with the third largest stack (1.55 million). Romanello relinquished his chip lead during Day 4 action, but he still has a very healthy stack heading into the final table on Sunday.

Here are the chip stacks heading into the final table:

Francesco De Vivo, 2.07 million
Morten Guldhammer, 2.03 million
Roberto Romanello, 1.55 million
Richard Loth, 1.44 million
Anton Wigg, 1.41 million
Yorane Kerignard, 1.16 million
Magnus Hansen, 1.16 million
Jesper Petersen, 968k
Morten Klein, 748k

All nine players are guaranteed at least 215,000 DKK (about 30k Euros) for making it this far, with the eventual winner of the event taking home 3,675,000 DKK (about 500k Euros).

Guldhammer's trip to the final table could prove to be especially profitable, as he reportedly qualified for the main event through a $1 satellite on Pokerstars.

Peter Eastgate, who was looking to make his third EPT final table in the last four months, ended up finishing in 22nd place.

The final table of the 2010 EPT Copenhagen will get under way on Sunday afternoon (local time).

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