Austrian Poker Open: Roman Kump on top of the chipcount heading to Day 2 battle
Viennas Royal Poker has been abuzz last week with the Austrian Poker Open (APO) kick-off. The 77 buy-in APO No Limit Hold'em has attracted 235 poker players, generating a prize pool of 16,150. The first starting day (Day 1A) brought together 98 participants while Day 1B saw 137. For an entry-fee of 77, each player received a starting stack of 20,000 chips to play to 20-minute levels. Of the 235-player field, only 33 players would reach the Day 2 battle. Anton Opelka leads the 15 survivors of Day 1A with a pretty good stack of 374,200 chips. Interestingly, Roman Kump, the chipleader on Day 1B, remains on top of the chipcount heading to Day 2. Indeed, Roman Kump is ahead of Anton Opelka with 383,000 chips.
The one who is ranked third place on Day 2s chip count is Michael Wallner; he possesses 320,500 chips behind Roman Kump and Anton Opelka. Benjamin Seiser will be battling the APO poker tournament out with 242,900 chips (4th), followed by Daniel Weintögl (242,330), Werner Eder (224,200), Alen Budic (219,700), Peter Kolos (211,750) and Slavisa Radakovic (202,000). Gorana Rikanovic completes the chip counts Top 10 with 173, 400 chips. Armed with more than 100,000 chips, Markus Trieb (139,100), Cahin Hotka (137,950), Goran Misic (135,100), Willibald Kager (124,250), Christof Schmid (121,200), Martin Rusnak (120,750), Roland Tiba (115,300), Fitim Lahi (108,650) and Hubert Wlasak (105,550) also seat on fairly comfortable places in the race. The short(est) stack of the day is Philipp Hagen (43,900 chips).
Monday, 08 December 2014
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