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   Friday, February 23 2024 
WPT Bellagio: Guillaume Darcourt in good position to win the title

After two days of competition, 112 players are still trying to win the title of the $ 10,000 event of the World Poker Tour Bellagio. Until now, French players are in good position in the tournament. A chance to win the international title could be possible thanks to the performance of Guillaume Darcourt, Patrick Sacrispeyre, Paul Benichou and Alain Roy, who are still in the race. Additionally, these players are likely to win this title. Indeed, besides the place of chip leader after the second day of the competition, Guillaume Darcourt already holds a World Poker Tour title because he won the title in Bucharest step held at the beginning of the year 2010.

Regarding the beginning of the third day, the tournament is led by Joseph Miceli, chip leader with 440,000 chips. He is closely followed by Jordan Morgan with 431,300 chips. Guillaume Darcourt meanwhile, is third with a stack of 378,000 chips. These players should be very aggressive against Paola Martin, Albert Minnullin, John Courtney, Rick Salomon, Ravi Raghavan, Kenneth Ettinger, and Men Nguyen having respectively 290,800, 269,100, 256,200, 239,300, 232,400, 226,200 and 222,500 tokens. Note that the prize pool to share to the best competitor in this event is $ 3.1 million. Patrick Bruel, Thomas Bichon and Olivier Busquet were in the race but have already completed their course. According to some indiscretions, Chris Ferguson, Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth would arrive at the Bellagio.

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