Only nine players out of 808 entries are still in contention for the coveted gold ring in the 2022 World Series of Poker International Circuit €1,700 Main Event at the King's Resort in Rozvadov. They will be competing for the lion's share of the €1,189,780 prize pool and have also already locked up an entry ticket for the 2022 WSOP Europe Main Event] at King's worth €10,350 as well.
Dutchman Ronnie Lemmens sits atop the leaderboard with 7,950,000 after carrying over the second-biggest stack the previous day and he is followed by Feyzullah Karaarslan (7,070,000) and King's regular Aleksandar Tomovic (6,500,000).
In the middle of the pack are two medium stacks in Claudio Di Giacomo and Roman Chochola while Do Tran, Simone Andrian, Sharon Sade and Michael Ugucctoni bring up the bottom of the leaderboard. Andrian has the chance to win another major title in Europe's biggest poker arena after he claimed his maiden WSOP gold bracelet during the 2021 WSOPE a few months ago.
Final Table Seat Assignments
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|2||Claudio Di Giacomo||Italy||4,875,000||49|
|7||Roman Chochola||Czech Republic||4,675,000||47|
The final table will kick off at approximately 2pm local time with 21:56 minutes remaining in level 27 at blinds of 50,000-100,000 and a big blind ante of 100,000. With an average of nearly 45 big blinds, it could take a while to whittle down the final nine to a winner.
They have all locked up a cash prize worth €17,369 and the winner will take home the WSOPC gold ring along with the top prize of €204,053. All PokerNews updates will be published according to the one hour security delay of the live stream, which can be followed on the King's Resort Twitch and YouTube channels.
|Place||Winner||Country||Prize (in EUR)|