October 21, 2012 07:16 ET

Brits Lead International Poker Open Into Day Two

Zane Henry Tops Field In Dublin Tournament With 138 Remaining With And Stream Back In Action Today

DUNDALK, IRELAND--(Marketwire - Oct. 21, 2012) - The International Poker Open enters day two with just 138 players remaining from the original field of 1148.

The EUR230 buy in main event has a prizepool of EUR229,600 and is headed by Zane Henry from the UK with 362,500 chips with compatriot Benjamin Sweetman close behind in second with 336,500.

The top 10 chip leaders are:

1: Zane Henry - 362500
2: Benjamin Sweetman - 336500
3: Sean Brennan - 315000
4: Tom Brady - 308000
5: Turlough McHugh - 303000
6: Alex Perry - 302000
7: Alan Byrne - 281000
8: Vincent O Toole - 257500
9: Darren Tormey - 257000
10: Mark Dillon - 249500

Day two gets underway at noon today Sunday, October 20 and play will continue until a final table has been reached. Players will then break and return on November 10.

The final table players will be playing for:

1: EUR42,530
2: EUR30,715
3: EUR21,605
4: EUR16,215
5: EUR12,730
6: EUR10,620
7: EUR8,485
8: EUR6,375
9: EUR4,150

Players and fans can keep abreast of all the action and craic from the Regency Hotel in the Irish capital across a variety of platforms including a live stream, Twitter using #IPO2012 and the Boylepoker blog.


Boylepoker is part of the biggest European poker network - iPoker. Players have access to a huge range of tournaments running around the clock with massive guaranteed prize pools and the opportunity to qualify for prestigious live events. The company does not accept players from the U.S.

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