In contrast to the PokerStars.com EPT Warsaw which you might remember staged a day three that lasted a few minutes over two hours, the EPT San Remo has nothing like that kind of pace, even with Team PokerStars Pro Dario Minieri at the reins.
He did managed to get the crowd, (who were already on the feet) to jump up and down on their feet, when he pushed in with pocket nines and watching as Dag Palovic laid down his pocket jacks – a break for the Italian.
Earlier on Palovic had been the beneficiary in a similar hand with Dario, all-in with A-K against Dario’s pocket jacks. The mother of all flops hit the board – A-A-J, with a king on the turn.
Meanwhile the fourteenth place finisher is German PokerStars qualifier Henrik Brockmann. He pushed in with A-Q and Mark Flowers called with pocket kings. A king hit the flop ending all hope of a revival for the German, who picks up € 22,400 for three days work.