McDonald Gunning for Second EPT Title at PCA Finale
Jan 14, 2014
Mike ‘Timex’ McDonald Gunning for Second EPT Title at PCA Finale
During the penultimate session of this year’s PCA Main Event, 20 players went down to eight in just five hours. First to fall on Day 5 was the infamous Roger Teska who’d become somewhat notable for his love of cocktails during the final few sessions. After having his pocket eights sucked out on by Estonia’s Madis Muur’s pocket sixes.
Whilst Muur’s smart strategies paid off, the day wasn’t so kind to a number of notable faces, including the UK’s Max Silver. That elimination not only put paid to the Silver’s chances of winning gold but the possibility of another rowdy British rail adding some colour to today’s finale.
Young McDonald powering ahead
Bidding to become the first player in history to claim two major EPT titles, McDonald will begin the session with 5,605,000 chips which enough to put him in second place behind Estonia’s Madis Muur (6,205,000).
Android casino poker is a great way to get the thrill of the game, but this live match is really heating up and is well worth watching! While the final table might not see any overenthusiastic revelry from the rail, the action at the felt looks certain to be a world-class affair as a number of exciting pros will be in the mix. Indeed, alongside Isaac Baron and Pascal Lefrancois will be Canada’s Mike ‘Timex’ McDonald.