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   Friday, June 14 2024 
WPT Merit Cyprus: Erik Cajelais, the chip leader at the end of Day 3

The WPT Merit Cyprus Classic brought together 327 participants during the first two days of entry, but after three days of competition, there were only 18 survivors for the title. The 53 survivors of Day 2 returned to Merit Crystal Cove Hotel & Casino for the Day 3 of four levels of 90 minutes and 30 minutes for the last. The challenge of the day is to qualify for the next round or at least to win a place in the ITM. The organizers of this poker tournament set 36 paid places with a minimum gain of $ 8,070, making a quarter of the field will leave the tournament without being paid. About the winner, he will walk away with a tidy sum of $ 287,784 and $ 184,020 for the runner up.

Eliminations succeeded and the bubble burst when Marko Neumann was eliminated in the 19th place by Kemel Sevevi. Bubble boy of the day, the German still leaves the table with $ 11,750 while the first eliminated of the Day 4 walk away with $ 13,420. At the end of the day, therefore, the 18 survivors of the Day 4 are Walid Bou Habib, Erik Cajelais, Husnu Sincar, Ran Azor, Joseph El Khoury, Tolga Demirel, Victor Paraschiv, Julian Ehrhardt, Artur Voskan, Robert Mizrachi, Eddy Maksoud, Kiryl Radzivonau Kemal Sevevi, Vartevanyan Aram, Sam El Sayed, Marvin Rettenmaier and Yossi Gilboa. They will be divided in two tables of nine players each. Erik Cajelais is the chipleader with a stack of 1,190,000, followed closely by Artur Voskanyan (1,035,000).

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