The first day of the World Poker Tour Copenhagen Main event saw a field of 98 players and 56 of them made it through the day (7 levels of play). The chip leader at the end of Day 1a was Andre Petrovic, from Sweden, who managed to accumulate 220,400 chips and he led from start to finish. Day 1b begins in a few hours and, of course, a greater field of players is expected to show up today.
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Starting nice, but nothing to tell about it yet. The ame is just in the begining, and day 1b can bring the true leaders of the event. 98 players on the first day wasn't that much, but the number on the second day shouldn't be that different, although bigger, i would point it to 130 max.
Impressive Attendance at First WPT Copenhagen The total number of participants for the first-ever WPT Copenhagen is 229 players. 141 of them will return on Wednesday for Day 2, including Ukrainian Sergii Baranov who finished with the chip lead. 1st Sergii Baranov 110,400 2nd Niko Mykkanen 109,500 3rd Magnus Hansen 108,025 4th Morten Houghard 105,100 5th Peter Jepson 103,700 6th Thomas Blomberg 102,000 7th Christian Jenvold 93,400 8th Sean Jazayeri 91,400 9th Rasmus Agerskov 88,300 10th Yngve Steen 84,700...
- Michael Tureniec 60,575 - Theo Jorgensen 53,750 - Kara Scott 43,100 - Ville Wahlbeck 39,400 - Steve O'Dwyer 38,100 - Brynn Kenney 35,000
Posted by JUGADOR2011: Someday I'd like to participate in this tournament. few participants there and hopefully win the tournament achieved Petrovic, and most important has enough tokens, greetings from VENEZUELA
Seems a nice event, but I don’t know if one can evaluate it as one of the easiest tourneys. By looking at names like Tony G, Daniel "Jungleman" Cates, Steve O'Dwyer and Kara Scott, just to mention some, things shouldn’t be that easy.
After Day 2 of the WPT Copenhagen, Frei Dilling Kjaer leads the field with 445,500 chips, but a few others are right behind him. All of the 45 remaining players have high hopes of claiming the $229,938 first-place prize which includes a $25,000 WPT Championship seat
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