Vamplew Edges Out Juanda For EPT London Main Event Title
October 5, 2021
World Series of Poker Europe main event champion John Juanda, will apparently not be adding EPT champion to his ever expanding poker resume- at least not yet- instead being forced to settle for the title of EPT main event runner-up, after losing to Scotland’s David Vamplew yesterday during the PokerStars European Poker Tour London main event final table.

Juanda, who initially gained much of his main stream recognition from a different second place in a World Poker Tour major during its inaugural season, earned £545,000 for this most recent near miss, leaving the largest prize of £900,000- or about $1,245,000 USD- to the one player out of the initial 848 that lasted longer than he did, after a back and fourth heads-up battle that saw him double up at the expense of Juanda numerous times.

The final table finish positions for the 2010 Pokerstars EPT London main event were as follows:

1st.  David Vamplew- £900,000

2nd.  John Juanda- £545,000

3rd.  Kyle Bowker- £300,000

4th.  Artur Wasek- £240,000

5th.  Kayvan Payman- £190,000

6th.  Fernando Brito- £145,000

7th.  Tom Marchese- £100,000

8th.  Per Ummer- £66,800

For more information and a complete recap of the £5,000 buy-in, PokerStars EPT London main event visit the PokerStars blog (
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