In two hours from now at 2 p.m. local time, Day 2 of the PokerStars.net Eureka 6 Rozvadov €1,100 Main Event gets underway. In its fourth edition at the King's Casino, the regional series has once again set a new record attendance with 682 entries. Day 1a saw 219 players while yesterday's second flight with 338 entries and the turbo reentry heat 1c gathered another 118 players on their second bullet.
Further 7 no shows created a total prize pool of €661,540 and the top 103 spots will receive at least €1,800 whereas the winner can look forward to a payday of €124,890 on Tuesday. The action resumes in level 11 with blinds of 800-1,600 and a running ante of 200., the first four levels of the day last 45 minutes each whereas the level duration as of level 15 then increases to 60 minutes.
In the top spot upon restart is Day 1b chip leader Quentin Dellis with 201,100 and every single Hendon Mob result of the Belgian represents final table appearances. Day 1a leader Daniel Karacic follows in second place overall with 194,400 and Slovakia's Martin Ilavsky rounds up the overnight podium with 174,100. Arsenii Karmatckii bagged up the most chips of the 65 Day 1c survivors and will head into Day 2 with 166,200.
Plenty of poker talent has claimed above-average stacks with Jonas Lauck (159,300), Amir Mozaffarian (157,300), Harald "Harry" Casagrande (155,000), Dag Palovic (132,600), Ivan "Negriin" Luca (124,800), Danilo Velasevic (118,000), EPT7 Vienna champion Michael Eiler (117,600) and EPT5 Eureka runner up Josef Pavelka (93,300) to name just a few. A new champion will be crowned in Rozvadov, as Bart Lybaert didn't even make the trip to the Czech Republic and Raphael Wimmer as well as Martin Meciar busted on their respective starting days.
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