WPTDS #1 - $200,000 Opening Event
Days:
12

"Gprovinz6" Leads as Day 1 of WPTDS #1 is Complete

elron66 • Level 31: 15,000-30,000, 3,750 ante

The final table for WPTDS #1 - $200,000 Opening Event is now complete, and nine players have secured a seat at tomorrow's streamed final table. There were 359 entries including 66 re-entries for this one, which wasn't enough to cap the $200,000 guarantee.

"Gprovinz6" managed to bag the chip lead on the very last hand of play on Day 1, and was the player responsible for ending the day. They woke up with aces and got two smaller stacks all-in at risk. The aces held strong after turning a set, and two players went out in a single hand to set the final table.

Final Table of WPTDS #1 - $200,000 Opening Event by Stack

PlacePlayerCountryChips
1Gprovinz6Germany1,945,548
2Tedson89United Kingdom1,657,387
3Korpisoturi2Finland1,014,162
4r4ndomr4gsSweden733,025
5DosPoochiesCanada589,955
6okokok1893Malta371,397
7TOMASTIDRomania324,847
8Michael "HyperX." SkeldonUnited Kingdom283,548
9JohanSchultzDenmark260,131

Final Table of WPTDS #1 - $200,000 Opening Event by Seat

SeatPlayerCountryChips
1TOMASTIDRomania324,847
2Korpisoturi2Finland1,014,162
3DosPoochiesCanada589,955
4Michael "HyperX." SkeldonUnited Kingdom283,548
5r4ndomr4gsSweden733,025
6okokok1893Malta371,397
7JohanSchultzDenmark260,131
8Tedson89United Kingdom1,657,387
9Gprovinz6Germany1,945,548

Action of the Day

The first event of WPTDS got underway at 1 pm ET today, and by the time registration closed, there were 293 entries in the pot. That meant 48 players would share in the prize pool of $200,000, with more than $40,000 up top for the win.

It didn't take long after registration closed for players to get down to the bubble. There were a few more than 150 players left in action when registration closed, but within about 90 minutes, that was down to hand-for-hand play with 49 left.

Things stalled a bit there, as they played hand-for-hand for more than a level before "alexfull13" was forced in from the big blind and found themselves dominated. No help came for the short stack, and action picked up again considerably once players were in the money. Within an hour of the bubble bursting, the final table of 9 was set.

Action resumes Monday at 7 pm GMT (2 pm ET), and PokerNews will be there with coverage along with the 888pokerTV cards-up delayed stream.