Poker action continues with full throttle at the King’s Casino in Rozvadov as the Grand Prix Germany Main Event continues ahead with its development and towards its Final Day. The remaining two starting flights which took place this Sunday elevated the overall number of participants to some 3,905 entries and this resulted in an even larger total prize pool for the best players among them.
The long-anticipated partypoker Grand Prix Germany Main Event saw its official starting day this Thursday and this locked all eyes on the famous poker location preferred by so many various poker festivals and world tours. It is known as the largest poker room in Europe and every day there is a poker event in progress. This culminating event brought many starting flights with more and more participants registering for a spot at the poker tables. Day 1d managed to attract as many as 865 players to the field and in the meantime, there were some 266 re-entries in the tournament.
From all of the players willing to take part in the run towards the throne, only 392 will have the chance to progress ahead in the tournament. The chip leader of this fourth live starting flight was a player with the nickname Mr. Bean Jr. from Germany who managed to amass some 1,995,000 in chips over the span of the day. This could not beat the overall chip leader from the previous starting flights but still, it was an impressive poker performance on the felt.
Entries Reach Some 3,905
The chip leader among all players of this second live starting flight was Adam Twito from Israel who made it all the way to the top with his chip stack amounting to some 2,545,000. This made him not only the chip leader of this starting flight but also the overall leader in the first three starting days.
Shortly after Day 1d commenced Day 1e and this is what brought as many as 801 participants in the Main Event. As many as 327 of them opted for a re-entry in the poker tournament. The chip leader in that action day was poker player registered under the nickname Wowa from Germany who managed to generate a chip stack amounting to some 2,400,000 in chips.
After the redraw day 2, he claimed the third position at the temporary leader board of the Main Event. The runner-up position at the same ranking was taken by the chip leader from Day 1a, local player Lukas V. With the help of this second-to-last starting flight the total number of entries reached some 3,905 whereas the remaining players progressing ahead amounted to 562.
The large number of people willing to claim the throne which is reserved for the top player on the field brings even more attention to the poker event taking place in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic. This Monday is set to see the Final Day of riveting poker action on the poker tables.