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2013 WSOP Europe: Event #2 and Event #3 Updates

Tags: 2013 wsope, paris, Phil Hellmuth, Phil Ivey, Tony G, world series of poker europe.
Posted on 15 October 2013 by "T".

Event #2: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry saw 659 entries and the remaining 9 players will return to play later on today and battle it out at the final table - where a first prize of €129,700 and a WSOP gold bracelet are at stake!

The chip leader heading into the final day is Henrik Johansson with 587,000 in chips. The Swede has more than a quarter of the chips in play and is already guaranteed to take home the biggest tournament cash of his entire career!

Seat 1: Daniel Laidlaw - 357,000
Seat 2: Daniel Weinman - 408,000
Seat 3: Serge Ekert - 28,500
Seat 4: Jose Obadia - 119,000
Seat 5: Henrik Johansson - 587,000
Seat 6: Jean-Philippe Tuffery - 142,000
Seat 7: Andrei Konopelko - 101,000
Seat 8: Yaniv Jacque Botbol - 85,000
Seat 9: Adriano Torre-Grossa - 155,500

Event #3: €5,300 Mixed-Max No-Limit Hold'em attracted 135 entrants when it kicked off yesterday, but the registration is open until the start of Day 2, which begins in a couple of hours, so we will announce the final number of participants in tomorrow's update.

Now, there are 67 players left at the moment and Matt O'Donnell, from USA, is the chip leader (73,425 chips). O'Donnell will be joined by the likes of 13-time WSOP winner Phil Hellmuth (55,250 chips), 9-time WSOP winner Phil Ivey, Lithuanian loudmouth Tony G, and many other poker pros. Day 2 will definitely be a thrilling day of poker!


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2 comments on "2013 WSOP Europe: Event #2 and Event #3 Updates"

 noonlion15/10/2013 09:57:26 GMT
Seem like small fields, but then im comparing to fields in the WSOP US which are naturally bigger.

Seems Europe doesn't want to gamble!
 Heskor15/10/2013 16:35:05 GMT
Its just the start maybe they are saving up for the main event, I know some players not playing but Ivey and the poker kid is playing in the mixed one, anyway good luck to those players, and hope the main event attracts a bigger field for more fun.

Also, I like Barry G to win some of the events, had him in a bet!!

Cheers keep us updated!

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