Welcome to Event #2 of the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe, which is a Pot-Limit Omaha event with a €550 buy-in. It is the second event of the festival at King's Resort in Rozvadov and it comes with a guaranteed prize pool of €100,000 and two starting days. Many familiar faces are expected in the event from all over the world in Europe's biggest poker room.
Defending champion of this event is Austria's Hanh Tran, who won this event last year to put the second bracelet on his wrist for 2018. Tran prevailed in a field of 572 entries to win his second gold bracelet and a first-place prize of €59,625. He defeated Latvia's Oleg Pavlyuchuk heads-up, with the final table including well-known players such as Romain Lewis and Michael Magalashvili.
Each Day 1 is scheduled to play a total of 18 levels of 30 minutes, while Day 2 and 3 increase the level duration to 40 minutes. Every four levels there will be a 15-minute break and the late registration will end after 12 levels of play. All participants will have to work their way through the field with a 25,000 starting stack and will have the option for unlimited re-entries during both starting flights.
Day 1 Level Structure
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The PokerNews live reporting team will be there from start-to-finish to cover all the action on the way to crown another WSOP bracelet winner at the 2019 WSOPE.