WSOPE: 313 players in the race for the Colossus Bracelet at King’s Resort
Published by Giselle
November 4, 2019 3:47 pm
Yesterday at King’s Resort in Rozvadov the last two starting days for the fifteenth bracelet event of the World Series of Poker Europe, the €550 Colossus, took place.
As expected, the two heats became really crowded, and together with 1,364 entries, they accounted for half of all entries on nine starting days.
After the LateReg was closed in the start day I, stood under the line altogether 2,738 Entries on the tournament clock of the Colossus and thus it concerns a price pool of €1,300,550 altogether.
A part of it was already distributed on the respective starting days, but of course, it will be interesting for the 313 qualified in day 2 now. On the one hand, the prize money and on the other hand the golden bracelet for the winner.
Starting from 3 pm the starting signal in the King’s Resort is given with the blinds of 4.000/8.000/8.000. The tournament average is currently at approx. 218.000 chips and a fireworks display of the Seat Opens can be expected at the beginning.
The remaining prize pool will now be redistributed, and the payouts announced at the start. In any case, the winner will receive a nice sum together with the bracelet.
POY race as “side event
The three hottest candidates in the race and the players often he year – rating of the WSOP are also to be found today at the tables. After Shaun Deeb secured his place in the final, Robert Campbell and Daniel Negreanu also made it.
Daniel has the best starting position, but the three won’t give a damn, and maybe one of the other two will be able to make the last-minute victory in this ranking clear.
The Chipleaders and other heroes
In the field, there are many other well-known faces besides the ones mentioned above, some of which have been able to play quite remarkable stacks. Sergii Karpov (732,000), Pierre Neuville (720,000), Zhong Chen (587,000) or Rudolf Eberle (560,000) return today with very well-filled chip bags. Also present is WSOPE Main Event finalist Anthony Zinno (261.000), Dominique Potenza (395.000), Claudio Di Giacomo (322.000), Bertrand Grospellier (285.000) or Tezer Cetindag (272.000).
Here are all players including Seat Draw for the final of the WSOPE Colossus 2019.