Day 2 completed
Day 2 completed
Out of 211 players on Day 2 of Event #3: €1,350 Mini Main Event, nine players remain who will return for the final table on Friday, November 26 at 6 p.m. CET. The three flights of this event attracted 1,397 entries to create a total prize pool of €1,592,580 which easily surpassed the original €600,000 guarantee.
All nine players have secured at least €21,261 but will all be looking to grab that WSOP bracelet, the first-place prize of €250,175 plus a ticket worth €10,350 for the Main Event
Coming back for the final table with the chip lead is Ciro Perna who accumulated a big stack during the later stages of the day and kept the pressure on his opponents to end with 44,900,000 in chips. He is joined on the final table by familiar faces like Marius Gicovanu, Emil Bise, Jack Sinclair, and Vivian Saliba.
Event #3: €1,350 Mini Main Event Final Table Seat Draw and Chip Counts
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||Rolf van Brug||Netherlands||7,400,000||12|
|7||Jack Sinclair||Untied Kingdom||7,700,000||13|
There are almost four minutes left of Level 34 which features a small blind of 300,000, a big blind of 600,000, and a big blind ante of 600,000. Levels will remain 40 minutes long and play will stop once a winner has been crowned.
When play continues, the players will take their seats at the feature table where the action will be streamed on the WSOP Youtube channel with a 30-minute security delay as the hole cards will be shown. The PokerNews live reporting will be on hand to bring you the action on a similar delay so make sure to follow along.
|Place||Prize (in EUR)|
*plus a €10,350 WSOPE Main Event Ticket
Ciro Perna shoved from the late position and [Removed:352] called for the 3,700,000 or so he had behind on the button. The blinds quickly folded.
The board ran out for Perna to flop a pair and turn trips to bust [Removed:353] in tenth place.
The nine remaining players will bag up their chips now and return at 6 p.m. CET to play down to a winner.
A recap and the full counts are to follow.
With 25 minutes left in the level, play has resumed and this is how they are seated:
|Seat||Player||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||Rolf van Brug||6,100,000||10|
Martini Denis shoved from the cutoff for almost 9,000,000 and Marius Gicovanu made the call from the big blind with the bigger stack.
The flop came for Gicovanu to stay ahead but for Denis to pick up the gutshot to a straight.
The turn was the to keep Gicovanu in the same spot and so did the on the river as Denis was eliminated in eleventh place.
The ten remaining players will now be redrawn onto the unofficial final table. That seat draw is to follow.
Jack Sinclair shoved from the small blind and Dumitru Pora called for the 4,900,000 he had in the big blind.
The board ran out for Sinclair to turn the straight to bust Pora in twelfth place just as the players were sent for another 15-minute break.
Marius Gicovanu opened from the cutoff to 1,000,000 and Ali Boulacel shoved from the button with 4,500,000 in total.
Gicovanu thought for a second but called.
The board opened and Boulacel was sent to the rail.