39 players survived at the end of Day 1A and 1B - Poker Circle Swiss Open
Switzerlands Grand Casino Lucerne hosted since Wednesday the famed poker tournament Poker Circle Swiss Open. After the first two starting days, the 680CHF (buy-in) tournament seduced 138 participants. Grand Casino Lucernes poker room saw 80 entrants on Day 1A, 22 of whom only were qualified for Day 2 battle. Among the 58 players on Day 1B, only 17 managed to secure comfortable places for the next battle. It is worth mentioning that the Main Event of the Poker Circle Swiss Open features one more day (scheduled on Friday) to qualify for the said event before the survivors of Day 1 get back to Grand Casino Lucerne this Saturday for Day 2.
As the first two starting days of the PCSO ended, 39 players were qualified to enter the Day 2 battle. Day 1A chipleader Andreas Eugster provisionally secured the lead on Day 1 survivors pending Day 1C. Actually, Eugster Andreas will start Day 2 with a stack of 340,400 chips. Day 1B chip leader Thomas Hofmann finished second place with 238,200 chips, followed by Friedrich Räz (214,600). Other players also managed to claim some comfortable seats at the end of Day 1A and 1B with over 150,000 chips including: Patrick Matzinger (177,500), Nicola Spicher (173,400), Özden Erdinc (163,400), David Costidis (158,100), Markus Frauenfelder (152,900) and Murat Hansen (152,400). The third and final starting day of this poker tournament is to be held this Thursday around 18:00. More than 100 entries are expected to join the event. Additionally, one Side Event of 350CHF buy-in will also take place that day.
Friday, 08 August 2014
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