Bert Geens leads over the 24 survivors on Day 2 - Eureka Poker Tour Rozvadov
While the majority of well known poker players in the world has joined Las Vegas for the edition 2014 of the World Series Of Poker tournament, some renown poker players decide not to quit Europe. In fact, they participate in some regional tournaments like the Eureka Poker Tour. This poker tournament was hosted last week at Rozvadovs Kings Casino, in Czech Republic. The 1,100 buy-in Main Event has reunited 493 poker fans including 192 players on Day 1A and 301 on Day 1B. That field will allow 71 players to take home with a minimum win of 1,840 while the winner will pocket 93,600 of cash. The 60 survivors on Day 1A were joined Saturday by 91 others for Day 2.
24 players have survived over ten levels on Day 2. The Belgian Bert Geens is the chipleader with 1,032,000 chips, followed by the winner of the EPT Vienna 2010 Michael Eiler (718,000). Other players have also managed to secure some comfortable seats for Day 3 with more than 600,000 chips. Among them are Christian Jambor (693,000), Martin Meciar (654,000) and Mateusz Martewicz (602,000). Anna Karatassiou and Beatrix Wolfsberger are the only female participants on this penultimate day of Eureka Poker Tour Main Event. The challenge of the day was to secure a seat in the 71 paid ones. The bubble burst when Jens Winkler was eliminated in the 72th position. Anthony Ghamrawi, Kurt Herrmann, Zoltan Gal, Kevin Barkow and Stefan Raab are among the other poker players eliminated afterwards.
Monday, 02 June 2014
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