2019 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #7: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed

Day 2 Kicks Off Near the Money Bubble; Deeb Multi-Tabling

A Final Table and Day 2 for Shaun Deeb today

Yet another event of the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe is one step closer to crowning a champion at Europe's biggest poker arena in the King's Casino in Rozvadov. After 15 levels of 40 minutes each on Day 1, Event #7: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed generated a field of 187 entries and 35 players advanced to Day 2 with the top 29 spots paid.

Six players will miss out on a portion of the €358,853 prize pool and the early action is expected to be considerate and accelerate once the money bubble has burst. Leading the field into Day 2 is Hong Kong's Anson Tsayng with 931,000, followed by Ilya Bulychev with 748,000 and Quan Zhou (480,000). Other big stacks in the top 10 include Aaron Duczak (307,000), Daniel Rezaei (302,000) and Ryan Riess (259,000).

Shaun Deeb will multi-table as of 3 p.m. local time if he still has chips left over in the PLO Event, as he made the final table of Event #6 as third in chips. The redraw has Deeb's seat not far away from the feature table and the 2018 WSOP Player of the year contender number one will recommence Day 2 with 208,000. Other notables still in contention include Jan-Peter Jachtmann (224,000), Jason Gray (179,000), Chris Ferguson (171,000), Anthony Zinno (166,000), Chin Wei Lim (130,000), Roland Israelashvili (113,000), James Chen (95,000) and Allen Kessler (74,000).

The level duration for Day 2 increases to 60 minutes and the blinds will kick off at 3,000/6,000, the penultimate tournament day will conclude once there are eight players remaining. Make sure to tune back in as PokerNews will be your one-stop shop for the remainder of the WSOPE festival at King's Casino.

Day 2 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blind
1501Roland IsraelashviliUnited States113,00019
1502Jason GrayUnited Kingdom179,00030
1504Shaun DeebUnited States208,00035
1505Gergely BartosHungary107,00018
1506Allen KesslerUnited States74,00012
1507Aaron DuczakCanada307,00051
1508Eemil TuominenFinland225,00038
1511Ludvig SternerSweden388,00065
1512Anton JohanssonSweden205,00034
1514Gisle OlsenDenmark288,00048
1515Willm EngelkeGermany96,00016
1516Michal MrakesCzech Republic44,0007
1517Ihar PliashkoBelarus120,00020
1518Ronald KeijzerNetherlands141,00024
1521James ChenTaiwan95,00016
1522Ryan RiessUnited States259,00043
1523Quan ZhouChina480,00080
1524Pavel BinarCzech Republic179,00030
1525Maksim ShutsBelarus55,0009
1527Zoltan SzaboHungary120,00020
1528Chris FergusonUnited States171,00029
1651Anson TsangHong Kong931,000155
1652Daniel PerkusicGermany106,00018
1653Anthony ZinnoUnited States166,00028
1654Michal SchuhCzech Republic224,00037
1656Hok Yiu LeeChina258,00043
1657Chin Wei LimMalaysia130,00022
1658Roman CieslikGermany92,00015
1661Daniel RezaeiAustria302,00050
1663Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany224,00037
1664Alexander NordenSweden53,0009
1665Tomasz GluszkoPoland126,00021
1666Ilya BulychevRussian Federation748,000125
1667Aleksandar TrajkovskiMacedonia104,00017
1668Andriy LyubovetskiyUkraine168,00028

Tags: Aaron DuczakAllen KesslerAnthony ZinnoChin Wei LimChris FergusonDaniel RezaeiIlya BulychevJames ChenJason GrayQuan ZhouRoland IsraelashviliRyan RiessShaun Deeb