Ден 2 Приключил
Ден 2 Приключил
After a marathon eleven hours of play on Day 2 of the PokerStars European Poker Tour Barcelona €10,300 High Roller it is American Seth Davies who leads the final 18 players.
After coming into the day well-positioned with 50 big blinds, Davies navigated his way to the top thanks to some big late pots and will be eyeing up the €824,000 first place prize when play resumes tomorrow. He sits on a stack of 2,595,000
Other big stacks at the end of Day 2 include Johnny Nedved (2,195,000) and Joris Ruijs (2,150,000), who has already tasted success here at EPT Barcelona after winning a €2,000 Side Event for €260,050.
|Seat||Table 1||Chip Count||Table 2||Chip Count||Table 3||Chip Count|
|1||Zhong Chen||350,000||Gen Nose||355,000||Siarhei Chudapal||1,380,000|
|2||Joris Ruijs||2,150,000||Rustam Hajiyev||850,000||Cord Garcia||1,570,000|
|3||Niall Farrell||530,000||Orpen Kisacikoglu||1,085,000|
|4||Seth Davies||2,595,000||Max Silver||1,420,000||Mikalai Vaskaboinikau||935,000|
|5||Richard Kirsch||1,400,000||Marcin Chmielewski||1,060,000|
|6||Eder Takashi Murata||590,000||Louis Nyberg||1,480,000|
|8||Rens Feenstra||730,000||Norbert Szecsi||1,410,000||Johnny Nedved||2,195,000|
The day began with 151 entrants, but with around two dozen players joining at the start of Day 2 there was still a long day’s play ahead, with
Among the new players was Daniel Negreanu, who got his 20 big blinds in with pocket sevens on a king-seven-deuce flop, only to run into the pocket kings of an opponent.
The early pace was set by start-of-day chip leader Justin Ligeri, who was soon up over 600,000 after some well-timed aggressive play, with other big stacks including Lucas Reeves, Joris Ruijs, Louis Nyberg and Gianluca Speranza.
With just 63 players paid, the bubble burst when Byron Kaverman moved all in for his last 16 big blinds with ace-king. He was called by Siarhei Chudapal with pocket eights, and after an eight came on the flop, Kaverman was drawing almost dead. Chudapal filled up on the turn and the remaining players were all guaranteed €18,100.
Early eliminations in the money included Kitty Kuo (62nd - €18,100), €100,000 Super High Roller final tablists Matthias Eibinger (53rd - €19,560) and Benjamin Pollak (47th - €19,560), Will Kassouf (45th - €19,560), PokerStars Team Pro Jeff Gross (43rd - €19,560), Bryn Kenney (40th - €19,560) and Spaniard Adrian Mateos (33rd - €22,600).
By this stage, it was Norbert Szecsi who was one of a select few players with seven-figure stacks, with Aaron Lim joining him after eliminating Ligeri after the American’s stack dwindled after coming into the day as overnight chip leader.
Seth Davies began his assault on the end-of-day chip lead in the penultimate level after he eliminated two players. Davies held pocket tens against the threes of Murad Akhundov and the pocket aces of Tom-Aksel Bedell, but a ten on the turn gave Davies the win and he sent them both to the rail.
This gave him a top-five stack at the final three tables, and after the winner of the first EPT Barcelona €10,000 High Roller Michael Soyza (23rd - €35,350) was eliminated, Davies became the first player over the two million chip mark. The Americans pocket queens held against Lucas Reeves who held ace-king.
Play finished for the day just two eliminations away from another redraw. Each player is guaranteed €39,600 when play resumes tomorrow at 12:30pm. Stay tuned to PokerNews as we play down to a winner.
According to the table, Dario Sammartino went all in preflop for his last 320,000 against Orpen Kisacikoglu.
Holding , Sammartino had to win the flip against Kisacikoglu with , but fell on the board, giving Kisacikoglu a full house and Sammartino busted in 19th place.
Seth Davies opened and Lucas Reeves moved all in for stack around 300,000. Davies called and the players tabled their cards:
The board came , giving Davies two pair to eliminate high stakes phenom "Bit2Easy" in 20th place.
Seth Davies opened and called an all in raise from Eder Takashi Murata for 174,000 in the big blind.
Takashi, holding , had the best hand against for Davies and doubled up after the run out.
Norbert Szecsi opened and Siarhei Chudapal raised it to 160,00 from the cutoff. Szecsi called and the dealer showed a flop . Szecsi checked and faced a bet to 130,000 from Chudapal. Szecsi moved all in and Chudapal folded.
Mikalai Vaskaboinikau opened from the button and Francesco Delfoco moved all in for his last 360,000 in the big blind. Vaskaboinikau called and the players showed their cards:
Delfoco was in bad shape to double up, and the board eliminated him in 21th place.