Norwegians Rock the World in Monte Carlo
April 15, 2022
Day 2 of the European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo, was a good day to be a Norwegian. Despite the huge collection of talent from all over the World, by the end of the day, it was four Norwegians with the biggest stacks in the room. Oyvind Riisem (441,400 in chips), Johnny Lodden (380,300), Borge Dypvik (296,000) and Andreas Hagen (276,800), dominated the competition and made the EPT leaderboard even more difficult to read than usual. Few big name pros were able to survive the challenging day, yet some, like former WSOP Main Event champion Joe Hachem, were unwilling to submit to Norwegian control. Hachem ended the day with a healthy 255,300 in chips, putting him in a solid fifth place overall. Mr. Hachem is not the only notable player still alive heading into Day 3, Marcel Luske, Freddy Deeb, Sorel Mizzi and PokerRoad's own Anna Wroblewski are also still vying for the EUR2,020,000 first place prize.

The European Poker Tour Grand Final in Monte Carlo is turning out to be an amazing event, and has you covered for all the action. We've got Amanda Leatherman live on the scene giving you news updates, Anna Wroblewski, faithfully blogging as she competes for millions, and even Live Streaming Video Coverage of the event itself starting tomorrow April 16th. With this kind of unparalleled coverage, you might as well just breakdown and make PokerRoad your homepage.

For story in it's entirety, please visit the Independent Online Poker Authority,
No comments.