Adrian Mateos bags Day 1As chip lead of the Main Event - WPT Nottingham
While the World Poker Tour Nottingham Main Event is still underway with Day 1A and its 40 survivors, the High Roller event has just been concluded with the coronation of Bryn Kenney. Accessible for a buy-in of £ 6,000, the Higher Roller seduced 51 players, all rushing into Dusk Till Dawns poker room to indulge themselves in the game of poker. The field has generated a prize pool of £ 300,000, a sum which has been shared out among the six final-table finishers. David Vamplew, Dominik Nitsche and Mike Sexton did participate in the battle; against their will, they all failed to reach the final table though David Vamplew had started the event as a chip leader. At the end of the clash, Bryn Kenney finished on top for £ 100,000 of prize behind Patrick Leonard (2nd, £ 62,000), Stuart Rutter (3rd, £ 43,000), John Haigh (4th, £ 32,000), Pablo Fernandez (5th, 24.000 £) and Dhru Patel (6th, £ 18,000), the six finalists of the 2014 WPT High Roller.
Speaking of the 2014 WPT Nottingham, 40 players out of the 95 entries survived on Day 1A of the £ 3,000 buy-in Main Event. Grabbing chips in the 2014 WPT Nottingham Main Event include a number of notable players; Poker Hall of Famer Mike Sexton, David Peters, Marvin Rettenmaier, Sam Trickett, Michael Mizrachi and Dominik Nitsche are among them. Benjamin Pollak, Mike Sexton, Marvin Rettenmaier, Max Silver, Morten Mortensen and David Peters have made it through to Day 2. Adrian Mateos secures the chip-lead with an enormous stack of 181,200 chips; he is shortly followed by Ian Simpson (167,900), Robert Smith (147,000), Morten Mortensen (128,900) and Jonathan Gill (127 300), the Top 5 of the 2014 WPT Nottingham chip-count.
Friday, 21 November 2014
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