Day 2 of the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe €10,350 Main Event is set to start at noon local time as the 73 surviving Day 1A and the 148 remaining Day 1B players get together for the first time. In total there were 341 entries collected which means that the €5,000,000 guaranteed prize pool has not been reached yet but the late registration and reentry period will remain open until the end of the dinner break today.
Marco Slacanac is ahead of everyone else here in the magnificent King’s Resort as he managed to claim the Day 1A chip lead and bagged 544,300 in chips. Slacanac is followed by Vladimir Geshkenbein (500,000), Alex Foxen (411,700), Yunsheng Sun (401,800), and Day 1B chip leader Adrian Mateos with 393,700 in chips.
But many well-known players have made it through to Day 2, tables to keep an eye on include:
• Table #102 which includes Ben Heath, Vladimir Troyanovskiy, James Rann, Martin Kabrhel, and Foxen
• Table #133 which includes Stoyan Obreshkov, Kristen Bicknell, Vlad Darie, Fahredin Mustafov, Tobias Ziegler, and Netanel Amedi
• Table #137 which includes Armin Rezaei, Ryan Riess, and Mykhailo Gutyi
• Table #149 which includes Davidi Kitai, Robin Hegele, Ole Schemion, and Ludovic Geilich
• Table #150 which includes Johannes Becker, Anatoly Filatov, Dean Hutchison, Gianluca Speranza, and Javier Gomez
• Table #163 which includes Koray Aldemir, Tomas Rous, Dinesh Alt, Norbert Szecsi, Dario Sammartino, and Geshkenbein
• Table #164 which includes Claas Segebrecht, Michal Mrakes, Micky Blasi, Timothy Adams, Vojtech Ruzicka, and Will Givens
• And many more interesting tables.
Day 2 will start at noon local time, Monday, October 30, with Level 8 which features a small blind of 600, big blind of 1,200, and a big blind ante of 1,200. Six levels of play are scheduled with a 15-minute break after each level and a 60-minute break after Level 11. The late registration and reentry period will be closed at the end of the dinner break at approximately 7:45 PM local time. Players who made Day 2 on their first bullet and bust or use their first bullet on Day 2, may reenter during these first four levels of play.
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The PokerNews live reporting team will be on the floor to bring you all the Day 2 updates as all the action happens so make sure to keep coming back here.