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World Series of Poker Circuit Spring Festival Prepares for Deep Stack Open Final Day

The World Series of Poker Circuit Spring Festival brings the full package to its players as it has on offer generous prizes and even larger guaranteed prize pools. One of its most recent four-day events is the long-anticipated WSOPC Deep Stack Open, which drew the attention of many poker pros and is going to witness its final day of action this Wednesday.

Only several hours are left until the official final day of the poker tournament commences at the King’s Casino located in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. This is the hotspot at the moment, as it has on offer the poker congregation of players who are willing to lay their hands on one of the WSOPC Rings or some of the sweet cash which awaits the top positions on the official leader boards. Being one of the first events in the rich schedule of the WSOPC Spring Festival, as well as closely following the first Ring event, this tournament succeeded in drawing as many as 428 total entries during the registration period.

There were some 296 individual players which expressed their desire to bag the big cashes, and during the early stages of poker action, 132 of them opted for a re-entry and a second chance to give their luck a try and demonstrate their poker skills. Each of them had to pay a buy-in amounting to some €200 as well as a consumption fee of €20, which guaranteed them a spot at one of the more than hundred poker tables. So far there have been three initial flights which sifted the poker pros and gave green light to the most accomplished ones only.

Poker Action this Tuesday

This is how the remaining players arrived at the Redraw Final Day which eliminated most of them and left only 102 continuing ahead to the last day of action. The current chip leader who managed to generate the largest amount of chips during the poker action is Greek poker pro Malakinaikos who has as many as 476,500 chips to his name. This impressive chip stack gives him the freedom to dominate the field and push the rest of the players in the direction which is most convenient to him.

It could be recalled that he participated in the Ring Event #1 as well, where he entered Day 1A, but unfortunately had to leave close to the final action on Day 2, when he had a total of 100,500 in chips. His current position on the leader board makes him not only the chip leader of yesterday but also the overall leading player in the tournament. The runner-up position on the unofficial leader board is occupied by poker pro Jenya Gavrilovich coming straight from Belarus who has a total of 473,500 and follows closely the chip leader.

Throughout his poker career, Gavrilovich has managed to amass as much as $215,728 and this particular gaming hall seems to bring him good fortune, so he is one of the potential winners of the Deep Stack Open Event. Poker action is scheduled to commence in the afternoon, but this Wednesday is also going to see the official start of the WSOPC Monster Stack Day 1A, which is the next tournament to grand a ring and sweet cashes to the best players.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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