Cards are now in the air for the 46 remaining players of Event #11: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha.
After the first 15 levels of play there were just 46 players remaining out of the total field of 271 entries in Event #11: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha of the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe. The tournament room here at King's Resort is ready to host all the hopefuls that will return for a chance to get in the money at first, and then make a run to the final table.
The first step will be easy to achieve as only five of the remaining players will leave empty-handed, with 41 players guaranteed at least €3,210. The second step will require more efforts and a player who has a big advantage over the rest of the field is Anton Morgerstern, who bagged the biggest stack of Day 1 with 726,000. Close behind him, Leonid Yanovski with 614,000 and Tomas Ribeiro with 461,000 round up the top three spots in the chipcounts.
Many big names are still in the field though, as Sam Higgs (298,000), Christopher Frank (277,000), Dash Dudley (224,000), Daniel Negreanu (108,000), Jeff Madsen (88,000), and the defending champion Anson Tsang (294,000) will do their best to reach the final table.
Day 2 is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. local time and it will finish when the final table is set. For today the blind levels will have an increased duration of sixty minutes and play will resume from Level 16 with a 3,000 small blind and a 6,000 big blind. There will be a 15-minute break after every two levels of play and a dinner break is scheduled after Level 24, approximately at 8:30 p.m. local time.
Day 2 Seat Draw
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|81||6||Matthew Beck||New Zealand||80,000||13|
|82||4||Ming Hong Teoh||Malaysia||133,000||22|
|82||7||Christopher Kromidias||United Kingdom||226,000||38|
|94||2||Daniel Ezekiel||United Kingdom||51,000||9|
|94||3||Dash Dudley||United States||224,000||37|
|94||5||Anson Tsang||Hong Kong||294,000||49|
|94||6||Jeff Madsen||United States||88,000||15|
|94||7||Guillermo Puerta Mallol||Spain||235,000||39|
|95||1||Matthew Smith||New Zealand||221,000||37|
|96||1||William Chattaway||United Kingdom||55,000||9|
|96||2||Jack Sinclair||United Kingdom||296,000||49|
|96||3||Michal Mrakes||Czech Republic||210,000||35|
|96||4||Thai Ha||United States||439,000||73|
|96||5||Allen Kessler||United States||89,000||15|
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