2021 World Series of Poker 2021 MSPT Venetian
WCOOP-33-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller]
Days:
12

14 Players Return to Battle It Out for $162,674 in WCOOP-33-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller]

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Ole Schemion

Day 2 of the PokerStars WCOOP-33-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] is set to start at 7:05 p.m. CEST with 14 players out of 155 entries returning to battle it out for the WCOOP title and the first-place prize of $162,674. All players have already secured $15,120 but will all their sights set on grabbing all the pay jumps until the final one to get a bigger share of the $775,000 prize pool.

Mirza "zazano" Muhovic will be coming back today with the chip lead of 4,328,322 chips with Ole "wizowizo" Schemion following him closely with 4,325,650. Completing the top five are Luke "Bit2Easy" Reeves (4,160,732), Matthias "iambest2" Eibinger (4,086,295), and David "EzPaTuLa" Cabrera with 3,728,351.

WCOOP-33-H: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, High Roller] Day 2 Players

PlayerCountryChip CountsBig Blinds
Mirza "zazano" MuhovicLuxembourg4,328,32287
Ole "wizowizo" SchemionGermany4,325,65087
Luke "Bit2Easy" ReevesUnited Kingdom4,160,73283
Matthias "iambest2" EibingerAustria4,086,29582
David "EzPaTuLa" CabreraSpain3,728,35175
Joao "Naza114" VieiraPortugal3,233,13965
Sergei "Futti18" KoliakovRussia3,210,59664
Conor "1_conor_b_1" BeresfordUnited Kingdom2,263,27245
Alexandru "steakaddict." PapazianRomania2,238,63145
"Boootsy"Canada2,099,95342
Simon "simon1471" HigginsUnited Kingdom1,956,49239
Mike "SirWatts" WatsonCanada1,580,89432
Artur "mararthur1" MartirosianRussia1,222,94824
Filipe "Zagazaur" OliveiraPortugal314,7256

The players finished in Level 20 yesterday and should be starting with Level 21 which features a small blind of 25,000, a big blind of 50,000, and a running ante of 6,000. The level duration will increase to 25 minutes to a certain point during the tournament.

The PokerStars Twitch stream will be bringing you cards-up coverage of this tournament with a 30-minute security delay under the watchful eyes of James Hartigan and Joe Stapleton. PokerNews will be right here from the start to bring you the updates with a similar delay so make sure to follow along.

This is what the remaining players are still playing for:

PlacePrize
1$162,674
2$125,932
3$97,488
4$75,469
5$58,423
6$45,228
7$35,012
8$27,104
9$22,312
10-12$18,368
13-14$15,120