Tomer Berda at EPT Copenhagen, Day 1B. Photo ©

Tomer Berda at EPT Copenhagen, Day 1B. Photo ©

Tomer’s made it into Day 2 of EPT Copenhagen after a rough start that dropped him from a bit over the starting stack of 30,000 chips to less than 10,000. He recovered, but he’ll be going into a new day down 700 from where he began, in 189th place out of 262 players left, with the average stack at 51,400 and blinds beginning at 500/1,000/100.

Update: As of the first count of Day 2, Tomer had chipped up to 74K.

Update 2: During other events I’ve tried to do a little bit of research about the table draws on Day 2 and beyond, but hadn’t been able to find tables. Just ran across the Day 2 draws for Copenhagen now, quite a bit late.

Table 26

  1. Martin Hansen (Denmark). About $50K in tournament winnings, all in the past couple of years. Fourth place in an EPT London side event; 102nd in the EPT London Main Event. 81,000 chips to start.
  2. Michael La Masse (USA). No records. 17,700 chips.
  3. Daniel Lundgren (Sweden). $21K for 4th place in the Malmo Open last August. 67,000 chips.
  4. Jon Spinks (UK). $35K in winnings. Two fifth place finishes for $15K each: a side event at EPT San Remo and UKIPT Brighton. 30,600 chips.
  5. Tomer Berda (Israel). 29,300 chips.
  6. Mike Erst (Ukraine). No records. 32,300 chips. Busted out in this report.
  7. Afshin Alikhani (Norway). No records. 58,900 chips.
  8. Daniel Pettersen (Norway). A 12th place finish for $6,600 in Prague in August. 102,400 chips.
  9. Giacomo Maisto (Italy). $31K in winnings since August in EPT Main Events at Vilamoura (53rd place) and Vienna (20th). 56,800 chips.
  10. Kristian Moller (Denmark). No records. 62,400 chips.

Update 3: According to the latest chip count, Tomer’s been busted. Then again, so is just-back-from-retirement WSOP Main Event winner and Copenhagen hometown fave Peter Eastgate.