Both Day 1a and Day 1b have now been completed and around 400 players will return to the tables today and play Day 2. Nick Yunis from Chile will sit down with the largest stack today (191,700) and his closest opponents are Ivan Kudriavtcev (186,200) and Andoni Larrabe Sánchez (181,300) - all from from Day 1b. Martin Kabrhel, Day 1a chip leader, can now be found in 4th place (167k stack).
There is still a long way to go for all the remaining players as the money bubble won't burst until only 95 players remain. Then all remaining players will be guaranteed €15,000 each - peanuts for all players who paid cash to enter the tournament (€10,000 buy-in). The "lucky" players who reach the final table will play for some serious cash tough! The winner will take home amazing €1,500,000, the second place pays €900,000 and the 3rd place finisher gets €545,000. Expect it to be an extremely thrilling final table!