There are only three days left in the 2018 WSOP Europe Main Event, and just 50 players left from a starting field of 534.
After six levels of play yesterday, the schedules says six to seven are scheduled for today, as the tournament begins to creep towards the final stages, and the crowning of the latest WSOPE Main Event Champion. We will keep you up to date with any changes made to the structure by tournament officials.
Leading the final 50 is former WSOP Main Event champion Ryan Riess. He won $8,361,570 for winning the 2013 WSOP Main Event and his only gold bracelet. Since then he's added over $1 million more in WSOP cashes, including two here in Rozvadov at the WSOPE, finishing fourth in the €25,000 High Roller in 2017 for €230,071 and cashing in the €2,200 eight-handed pot-limit Omaha event this year for €4,742.
Riess is the clear chip leader heading into Day 4 with over four million chips. Then there is a significant drop back to Ivan Gabrieli (2,412,000), Gary Hasson (2,198,000), Michal Schuh (2,056,000) and Igor Kurganov (2,000,000). Day 2 chip leader Dario Sammartino is still in contention, sitting with just over 1.5 million chips, as is Day 1a chip leader Marco Slacanac (677,000).
2017 WSOPE bracelet winner Niall Farrell (1,350,000) and 2018 WSOPE bracelet winner Norbert Szecsi (1,025,000) - who also won a bracelet in Vegas earlier thihope - will hoping to add another Europe bracelet to their collections when play resumes at 12pm.
Stay tuned to PokerNews.com for all the live updates from Day 4 of the 2018 WSOPE Main Event.