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PartyPoker WPT Prague: 287 Players Through to Day 2

Tags: Mikhail Mazunin, world poker tour, wpt prague, Yannick Bonnet.
Posted on 06 December 2012 by "T".

Day 1C of the PartyPoker World Poker Tour Prague Main Event saw a field of 273 players, which means that a total of 567-players entered the tournament. 141-players made it through Day 1C with Yannick Bonnet out in front with 197,200. This means that the Mikhail Mazunin (Day 1B chip leader - 203,600 chips) will bring the largest stack of chips to Day 2 of the remaining 287 players. 

We will return with another update tomorrow (the prize pool should be announced by then).

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6 comments on "PartyPoker WPT Prague: 287 Players Through to Day 2"

 Fakiry06/12/2012 14:49:28 GMT
The day1C had the largest field from the three starting days, but it didn’t generate the chip leader to day 2. Having more players, it should be easier to generate a bigger amount of chips, and it wasn’t that far, but it didn’t happen, as day1b chip leader gather plus 6 thousand chips. But now it comes the most difficult task, which is to pass through the 287 final field and try to keep the lead.
 wajdi2507/12/2012 03:16:56 GMT
realy its a big tournament and domage that we cant watch on live
 Sorin88807/12/2012 15:14:16 GMT
Between all three starting days, 567 players entered the WPT Prague. 78 of them are still alive after Day 2, of which 72 will make the money on Friday.At the end of play on Day 2 the overall lead was held by Marco Lang, a Canadian player with just a few live tournament cashes - and 694,000 chips - to his name
 Impak00707/12/2012 15:43:02 GMT
Oh really sick tournament held in my city. It ´s pity, i have no time to come watch thr party livr, becose of my studying. Never mind. I hope some guy of my will bring win home and leave it there, In Prague.
 zishan07/12/2012 17:09:09 GMT
that is great
 Sorin88809/12/2012 15:36:37 GMT
After 6 days of play which included 3 starting days, the WPT Prague's 567-player field has reached a 6-handed final table. All 6 players are guaranteed €61,150, but just one will walk away with €325,000 and the title.
1st Bodo Sbrzesny 4,605,000
2nd Tony Chang 3,610,000
3rd Alexandr Lahkov 2,815,000
4th Marcin Wydrowski 2,745,000
5th Michael Gagliano 2,375,000
6th Alin Grasu 855,000

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