First ever female in EPT final

May 1, 2012 by Phil Clegg

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The final table of the European Poker Tour Grand Final includes its first-ever female player.

French PokerStars qualifier Lucilly Cailly goes into today’s final third in chips and with an enthusiastic home crowd cheering her on in Monaco. Also still in with a chance of taking home the €1.5m first prize are Italian Poker Tour San Remo champion Sergio Castelluccio, PokerStars SCOOP champion Mohsin Charania and former EPT finalist Clayton Mozdzen from Canada. All eight players left are guaranteed at least €130,000.

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