Category: Poker

July 16, 2021 Justin Dunn 0 Comments

Background, Hall, Casino, Game, PlayThe WPO High Roller recorded 194 entries for access to 1,000 euros. After a day full of twists and turns, 29 players benefited from a place in mini-cash of 1,460 euros with a tournament played in 6-Max.

Streaming Day 2

Following the 20 levels of 6-handed play, the field of 194 participants has greatly diminished. Only 29 players were able to preserve their chips on the occasion of the long awaited famous day. Among the first to come out, the Briton Max Silver who gives up arms against Mike Alonso. The big winner is called Matthieu Lamagnère, a former regular in Hero Winamax and operator events. The latter has already finished third (3 rd ) at the WOP 2018 for 59,300 euros. During this festival, the interested party multiplied by 12 the initial stack of 100,000 chips. In 2016, he finished 10 th in the same tournament, which ranks among the favorites in the sector.

In the top 10 of the ranking for this WPO Dublin, the French Matthieu Lamagnère takes advantage of the first place followed by the Belgian Maxim Buyl and his compatriot Mike Alonso. We also find the Slovak Martin Ilavsky, Antoine Stackowiak, Aladin Reskallah, Martin Olali, Samuel Baneham, Henrique Sobral and Adrien Delmas who closes the list.

Play, Card Game, Poker, Poker ChipsMany players could not reach the paid places including Peter Jacksland, Irishman Marc Macdonnell, Jason Tompkins and Dara O’Kearney. The Winamax team also failed to win with the knockout of Davidii Kitai, Pierre Calamusa, Adrian Mateos and Romain Lewis. Professionals in the sector who failed to keep up the pace throughout the competition. Nevertheless, Winamax still has two reserve players remaining in the race: Adrien Delmas and Aladin Reskallah. Both participants hope to lead the W logo to victory on Day 2. As for Ivan Deyra, the winner of the WSOP, he will be present at the lowest pile of survivors. As for Team Pro PMU, the players are still in the adventure including the Irishman Patrick Clarke, Olivier Dumont, Erwann Pecheux, Benjamin Saada and Jérôme Launay. At the end of this tournament, 6 finalists will win at least the sum of 7,550 euros. The amount will be higher for the winner who will pocket 40,640 euros. A check for 29,020 euros for the second and 20,730 euros for the third.

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