The Finnish high stakes pro Patrik Antonius didn't make it from day 2 of the Italian PokerStars EPT Campione.
Last time Patrik Antonius cashed at an EPT event was 6 1/2 years ago. And even though the well-known high stakes pro had made it to day 2 of PokerStars EPT Campione, there still was a long way to go before even making it into the money.
According to Pokernews.com the finnish pro was knocked out just minutes ago when he got crippled in an all-in on a flop:
but his opponent, the Latvian Grigorij Orlov, held:
both turn and river blanked out and Antonius was left with only 5.100 chips, and even though he managed to more than triple his stack in the following hand against the French wizz Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier, he only got to play one more hand before it was all over.
This time Antonius got all-in preflop against Todd Terry and it was a classic coinflip with Antonius showing:
The board ran:
According to PokerStarsblog.com 173 players are left in the tournament where the winner will take home €640.000.
Bertrand 'ElkY' Grospellier is still in the tournament
You can follow all the action from PokerStars EPT Campione on PokerStarsblog.com and Pokernews.com.
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