We like to think the ParadisePoker Tour attracts many a famous face, from James Akenhead's London visit to Ricardo Sa Pinto, but we can add another to the list after Thomas Kremser anted up today.
The Austrian tournament director, known for his time adjudicating the EPT, WPT and Late Night Poker among others, hit the rail just a short time ago in something of a cooler.
Again the PP blog was a little late to the action, but the river was where the majority of it happened anyway!
Kremser fired out the first bet on the 86A-A-10 board and his rival raised after some thought, before both players exchanged further raises to eventually get their chips into the middle.
It was the more famous face that fell with disappointment despite showing 66 got a full boat, as the villain showed the bigger house with A8.
We're on the final straight now with around 90 minutes left of action in Day 1.
- Down to two tables with 90 minutes to play
- Mertlitsch chases the chip leaders
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- Cold deck puts an end to Stefan's hopes
- Jan-Peter roller coaster continues
- Card dead Karlsson
- Trash talk and late arrivals
- 60 remain but familiar faces dwindle
- Fresneda Jaro doubles up as Milan misfires
- Jachtmann rolls on
- Fantasy Poker update
- Chip count arrives at last
- Day 2 cards in the air
- Less than 100 remain at the close
- Day 1 pics updated
- Kings can't keep Jensen alive
- Kremser comes unstuck
- Missing Bank raises Fantasy fears
- Jandrulo pleases Fantasy Poker following
- Jachtmann back in favour
- Fantasy favourites
- Quads cooler comes with consolation
- Like father, like son...
- No luck for German duo
- Back online for pics and Fantasy Poker
- Straight to Greece
- Let's get it on!
- Warm-up act gets us fired up for Main Event
- Fantasy Poker hands out €1300 trip to Greece
- Monster hands win more than the pot in Vienna
- Thessaloniki the destination for Season 3 finale
- ParadisePoker Tour League... updated at last!
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