EPT Loutraki lead by Judet; Frankenberger adds another title; Tony G sends Devilfish best wishes

TAGs: Andy Frankenberger, Dave 'Devilfish' Ulliott, EPT Loutraki, Toni Judet, Tony G

Toni JudetToni Judet leads the European Poker Tour (EPT) in Loutraki after doubling his chip count through day two. The Romanian sits atop the field with a stack of 288,200 as 100 players go into the tournament’s third day. According to the PokerStarsBlog, rumors are circulating that today’s play will finish once the field reaches 24 players and many of those will have already taken a chunk out of the €1,344,000 prize pool. The winner will hoover up €347,000 and the top ten are as follows:

  1. Toni Judet – 288,200
  2. Grudi Grudev – 251,600
  3. Zimnan Ziyard – 238,900
  4. Fahredin Mustafov – 225,200
  5. Robert Cezarescu – 221,900
  6. Jacques Torbey – 219,600
  7. Igal Augarten – 195,400
  8. Pim Van Riet – 192,700
  9. Jason Wheeler – 178,500
  10. Charalampos Kapernopoylos – 174,900

PartyPoker’s Premier League Mixed Game Championship concluded with Andy Frankenberger taking home this year’s crown. The reigning World Poker Tour Player of the Year took down a tough final table that included recent November Niner Matt Giannetti and four others. All the more remarkable was the fact that Frankenberger started the day in joint last. It’s his first success in Europe and an interview with the American seemed to reveal that he thinks himself just that little bit smarter than the rest of the field. He studied the tournament points system you see. It all means that he take home the first prize of $100,000 with the remaining players scrabbling around in the dirt with the following prizes:

  1. Andy Frankenberger $100,000
  2. Andrew Feldman $87,399
  3. Sorel Mizzi $45,000
  4. Max Pescatori $35,000
  5. James Dempsey $30,000
  6. Matt Giannetti $25,000

While perusing the PartyPoker Blog we found a wedding greeting for Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott from none other than the politest man in poker, Tony G. The 30-second clip sees Lithuania’s finest wishing the veteran all the best in retirement with a side swipe telling him that he’s no longer one of the best. You can see the clip in all its glory below. Take away G man…


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