A massive 1,738-player field at the Eureka Poker Tour - Prague
Alongside the European Poker Tour Prague (EPT), a great number of card game fans have made the trip to the capital of the Czech Republic, most of whom begin the series with the poker tournament called the Eureka Poker Tour. Thanks to an exciting schedule, coupled by a super effective planning, the 2014 Eureka Poker Tour has seduced 1,738 participants during the three starting flights of the Main Event, with more than 950 players from Day 1C. When Day 2 resumed, only 57 players remain in the hunt for the 280,000 first-place prize. Czech Antonin Duda seats on top of the chip count with 1,740,000 chips. He is closely followed by Greeces AthanasiosXenodochidis (1,731,000). Spains Lucas Blanco (1,325,000), Hungarys Balasz Botond (1,170,000) and the other Greekman Periklis Charmpilas (1,160,000) complete the chip counts Top 5 heading to Day 3.
Speaking of the 94 Frenchmen who represent France in this title race, only Olivier Decamps (13th), Lawrence Andreys (16th), Franck Calonnec (36th), Yannick Bonnet (43th) and Cédric Demore (50th) would make it through Day 3 battle. As for the challenging poker event, the 50,000 buy-in Super High Roller, five players stand out of the lot at the start of Day 2: Ivan Soshnikov (905,000 chips), Brian Roberts (857,000 chips), Juha Helppi (662,000 chips), Martin Kabrhel (623,000 chips) and Tobias Reinkemeier (618,000 chips). OleSchemion, Jason Mercier, Dan Shak, Sorel Mizzi, Martin Jacobson, Mukul Pahuja, Olivier Busquet and Isaac Haxton are listed among the 32 survivors to play to Day 2. Any way, other players are expected to join the field with the Day 2 entry-formula.
Thursday, 11 December 2014
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