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WPT Championship: A good run for Guillaume Darcourt

The kicking off of the grand final of the World Poker Tour season X took place on Saturday in the poker room of Bellagio in Las Vegas. Open for a buy-in of $ 25,500, the event attracted until now 135 players. This number could rise further as the organizers decided to close registration at the beginning of the third day of competition. The tournament attracted many great players and a good part of them qualified for the rest of the competition just like Jonathan Little, David Shiu, Isaac Haxton, Joe Serock, the chip leader on Day 2 Steve O'Dwyer, Jake Cody, Will Failla, Marvin Rettenmaier, Scott Seiver, Moon Kim, Brian Hastings, Sam Trickett, Joseph Cheong, Noah Schwartz and John Juanda. Note that the survivors of the Day 3 numbered 95.



The French Guillaume Darcourt is until here in a comfortable position because he is in the second place after the first qualifying day, he managed to finish third in the second day of competition and accumulated a stack of 356,600 chips. Other French players of poker as Adrian Allain, Vanessa Rousso, Philippe Ktorza and Nicolas Fraioli are also still in the competition. But the WPT Bucharest champion is in an excellent position and could achieve a great feat. The place of chip leader is occupied by Michael Mizrachi who gathered 428,200 chips. The Grinder finally managed to win despite his failure on Day 1. At the second position is Rinat Bogdanov who has 381 000 chips.

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