There are now 77 remaining players of 420 in the WSOP Europe Main Event. Michael Mizrachi held a significant lead over his next closest competitor, Day 1b chip leader Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier when Day 2 started. "The Grinder" played loose-aggressive game that took him, and his opponents, for a wild rollercoaster ride. Eventually he was eliminated in in Level 11 where he joined Vanessa Rousso, J[...] Read more » WSOP Europe Main Event: Negreanu, ElkY and Hellmuth through to Day 3
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 38 (M)
It seems that the tighter ones are taking control over those who are playing loose. It won’t be easy to take Mizrachi out of the lead, but he will still have a lot to do. If he’s got lucky enough not to get any of the biggest names on his table till the final table, it will be easier, and maybe other less known players can do some work for him if they manage to defeat players like Helmuth and Negreanu. About Elky, I think he is guaranteed in the final table with Mizrachi…
Joined: May '08
Age: 33 (M)
surprised to see mizrachi going for loose aggressive game- why? he had chip lead, he could have easily played the safer tag style and surely would have survived day 2. but what the hell- it's his chips and he can play however he likes. nice to see a few Lithuanians still in the tourney- good luck to them.
Joined: Apr '11
Age: 29 (M)
Even though there are only 77 players remaining on this main event of WSOPE i think it's almost impossible to think who might have the edge considering that some of the worlds best live tournament players are still in cards
So far definately the chip lead that Elky has it's a pretty good advantage but you never know!