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Marathon Day Expected for the Final Day of the WSOP International Circuit King's Resort Rozvadov

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Dennis Wilke

Are you ready for Day 3 of the WSOP International Circuit Main Event King’s Resort Rozvadov? Out of 768 entries, 77 players have made it through to the final day and only one can be the winner who will claim that amazing first-place prize of €205,000, the gold WSOP Circuit Ring, an automatic entry into the Global Casino Championship, and the WSOPE Main Event Ticket. Those 768 entries created a total prize pool of €1,130,880 and all 77 remaining players have pocketed at least €3,500 already.

Starting the day in pole position for all the glory is Belarus’ Aliaksandr Shylko who bagged a whopping 2,644,000 chips last night which equals 220 big blinds when the players return to the felt. He is trailed by Shay Rozenbaum with almost 80 fewer big blinds as he laid claim to 1,709,000 in chips. Closing out the podium is Dennis Wilke with 1,406,000. Both Rozenbaum and Wilke reached a final table last week during the Opener (Rozenbaum) and the High Roller (Wilke) but neither captured a ring yet. After several close calls for Shylko in the WSOP Circuit events, this might be the one where he finally grabs that ring.

Six players will be coming in pretty fresh to the tables as they made Day 3 by playing the online version of Day 1 and 2. Siarhei Chudapal, Anatoly Filatov, Jonas Lauck, Jan Bednar, Jaroslaw Kosmaty, and Fabian Ene are the ones to join the field.

As the online levels ended at 6,000/12,000/12,000, this means that when play resumes at 1 p.m. local time, the level will go back to Level 22 which features the 6,000 small blind, 12,000 big blind, and a 12,000 big blind ante. Level duration has been increased to 50 minutes and a break will take place after every three levels. The normal breaks will last 15 minutes and a 30-minute dinner break has been scheduled after the sixth level of play.

The live stream plans have changed to start after 6 p.m. local time, the exact details are to be announced. Play will continue until a winner has been crowned and the PokerNews live reporting team will be there from the outset until the conclusion so stand by while the remaining players tangle each other for that win.

Final Day Structure

LevelDurationSmall BlindBig BlindBB Ante
22506,00012,00012,000
23508,00016,00016,000
245010,00020,00020,000
Break15   
255010,00025,00025,000
265015,00030,00030,000
275020,00040,00040,000
Break30   
285025,00050,00050,000
295030,00060,00060,000
305040,00080,00080,000
Break15   
315050,000100,000100,000
325075,000150,000120,000
3350100,000200,000200,000
Break15   
3450125,000250,000250,000
3550150,000300,000300,000
3650200,000400,000400,000
Break15   
3750250,000500,000500,000
3850300,000600,000600,000
3650400,000800,000800,000

Тагове: Aliaksandr ShylkoAnatoly FilatovDennis WilkeJan BednarJonas LauckShay RozenbaumSiarhei Chudapal