At 5 p.m. local time, players will have a shot to win a WSOP gold bracelet in a single day in Event #4: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Turbo Bounty Hunter. With levels of 20 minutes throughout, action is expected to be fast and furious throughout the day. Last year, this tournament also graced the calendar and drew 325 entries, with none other than Czech motormouth Martin Kabrhel winning his first WSOP gold and €53,557.
About the same number is expected today, and with this event running until 5 a.m. last year action is expected to last deep into the night in King's Casino in Rozvadov. Players will receive 25,000 in chips to work with and unlimited reentries can be made during the first 12 levels of the day (until ~22:20). A €300 bounty is awarded for every player that gets eliminated.
PokerNews will be on the floor all the way from the afternoon until deep in the a.m., so check back regularly to see who will win the fourth of ten gold bracelets to be awarded this series.