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World Series of Poker Europe Main Event -- Day 1B (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

World Series of Poker Europe Main Event -- Day 1B
Article ID 00042829
Author Rebecca McAdam
Date JULY 27 2022
The second starting day of the World Series of Poker Europe main event saw oodles of poker talent hitting the felt for six 90-minute levels of championship play. A larger field than day 1A, filled with a mix of 178 amateurs, professionals, online qualifiers, cash-game specialists, the young, the old, and the brave turned out for day 1B. However, as the day progressed, the men were separated from the mice, and the lucky from the truly unfortunate, leaving 107 players behind. This means that in total, the WSOPE 2009 main event has attracted 334 players, but only 186 will be getting ready to play later today. Now back to yesterday’s affairs. The two feature tables were overloaded with poker weapons of mass destruction. One consisted of Barry Greenstein [pictured above right] , Daniel Negreanu , Sam Trickett , Annette Obrestad , and James Keys . The other held Jesper Hougaard , Eric Liu, Yevgeniy Timoshenko , John Juanda , Scotty Nguyen , and William Thorson . Other big names spotted in the mix were Kenna James, Justin Smith, Michael Tureniec, Christer Johansson, Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott, Michael Binger, and Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies. Before the day ended, the event lost 71 players including Howard Lederer, Scott Fischman, Sorel Mizzi, Nenad Medic, Joe Sebok, Peter Eastgate, Michael “Timex” Mcdonald, Vitaly Lunkin, Alec Torelli, J.C. Tran, William Thorson, Jean-Robert Bellande, Carlos Mortensen, Michael Martin, and Robert Williamson III . Here are a few notable eliminations: Jennifer Harman [pictured left] moved all in on a Q 4 2 flop with K K . Her opponent showed A Qx. The turn came the fatal 7 , and Harmen made her exit. Neil Channing came back from a break with great intentions and 10,000 in chips. Getting nowhere with pocket queens and then kings, he was then dealt A-K. It wasn’t third-time lucky, however, as his hand was demolished by pocket aces, and Channing hit the rail. Michael Greco was all in on the flop with pocket kings. However, they couldn’t improve when up against a flopped set of fives. [[p:J.C. Tran]] was another early notable elimination. All in for 2,500 with A 8 on a J 10 4 9 board, he was called by a player holding K 10 which held as the river fell the 8 . The players whose tournament lives saw a much happier state of affairs were: Day 1B Top 10 Chip Counts: Steve Zolotow: 166,825 Praz Bansi: 155,450 Antoine Saout: 144,400 Ram Vaswani: 113,625 Daniel Negreanu: 88,925 Noah Boeken: 87,500 John Tabatabai: 78,850 Antonio Esfandiari: 73,550 Matt Hawrilenko: 73,175 Keith Hawkins: 72,475 However, the top 10 of both starting day’s fields combined looks like this: Overall Top 10: Brian Powell: 194,600 Jason Mercier: 189,725 Sami Kelopuro: 168,925 Steve Zolotow: 166,825 Viktor Blom: 163,175 Jonathan Aguiar: 160,100 Praz Bansi: 155,450 Martin Hansen: 152,775 Tommy Pavlicek: 149,625 Antoine Saout: 144,400 Some players and their chip counts from both days who are worthy of a mention before the day gets going are Christian Harder (134,125), Richard Grace (116,850), John Kabbaj (104,500), Doyle Brunson (92,900), Brandon Cantu (89,000), Jens Kyllonen (84,325) Thomas Bichon (82,575), Card Player’s CEO Barry Shulman (80,250), Laurence Houghton (78,950), Ashton Griffin (74,875), Theo Jorgensen (73,000), Chris Bjorin (73,350), Nik Persaud (60,000), John Magill (60,000), Freddy Deeb (52,000), Annette Obrestad (51,950), and Dave Ulliott (55,000). Day 2 begins at 5.30 p.m. ( GMT + 1) when 186 players will take to the felt to begin that long road toward winner-ville. Last year’s champ, John Juanda , is also still in the mix with 47,800 in chips, so stay with Card Player to find out who survives the carnage when both starting days combine, and perhaps, combust.

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