After two days of action, a new champion is about to be crowned today at the King's Resort. The first event of the event of the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe gathered 1,011 entries after two Day 1 flight to reach a €302,541prizepool. The final day's action gets underway at 2 p.m local time with the last ten players set to battle it out for the prestigious bracelet and the €53,654 top prize.
Eyal Bensimhon leads the field with 6,800,000 and is looking for his first career WSOP title. Behind him is Norbert Mosonyi to start today with 5,110,000 and cashing today his first ever WSOP event. The race for the gold won't be easy with some serious contenders still in play such as six-time bracelet winner Jeff Lisandro, short stack with 600,000 and looking for an early double up, and Rafi Elharar with 2,020,000 , who finished third last summer in the massive $ 500 No Limit Hold'em - BIG 50 WSOP Event and will try to capture the 13th bracelet for players from Israel.
The ten remaining players have secured a minimum cash of $2,996 but are all desperate to take down the precious title of first event of the series. When the action begins, the blinds will be 50,000/100,000 with a 100,000 ante. The levels will increase every 40-minute with a 15-minute break every two levels.
Seat Assignments for the Final Day
|Table||Seat||Playery||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|80||8||Michal Kral||Czech Republic||2,050,000||21|
|Position||Prize (in EUR)||Prize (in USD)|
*The 1st and 2nd place finishers also receive an entry to the 2019 WSOPE Main Event worth €10,350
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