The fourth starting flight of Poker Fever Cup took place this Wednesday and brought many players closer to the throne and the cash prizes at the Poker Fever festival at King’s Casino. Rozvadov is the location which is able to witness the fast-paced poker action of this magnitude and due to the large interest towards participation so far as many as 660 entries have been registered in the poker event.
When a poker player is willing to take matters in their own hands and work hard for the first-place cash and the fame coming with it, there is nothing that could stop them from giving their luck a try at any prestigious poker event. Such is the case with the long-anticipated Poker Fever Cup which commenced last Sunday and is set to provide a total of five days of exciting poker levels and hands. Poker Fever Festival has the potential to make King’s Casino located in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic into one of the hottest spots in Europe at the moment when it comes to poker action.
This is already visible by the number of players willing to make it into the poker event, recently reached 660 entries registered. It should be taken into account that this is the second major event in the rich schedule of the Poker Fever festival and players have already warmed up for the challenges of a given poker tournament. The fourth starting flight of this event attracted as many as 238 players to the felt and this is how the players pool reached even more people than expected. Due to an unexpected elimination earlier than panned, some 150 of them opted for a re-entry in the poker event and made their way back in the game.
Big Cashes Await the Top Players
Each of them commenced the run towards the throne with as many as 30,000 in chips which gave them the freedom to operate with them as they deem suitable. From the initial number of people willing to play only 116 are going to return to the poker tables for the final day of action and potentially play for the big cashes and the first place on the official leader board.
The chip leader at the end of Day 1d was a poker player from Germany registered for participation under the name Rezet. When all was said and done he was the one with the largest chip stack at the end of the day since he succeeded in amassing some 457,000 in chips over the span of the flight. The gap between the first and the runner-up position is considerable.
Belgium player Giuseppe Caldara is the one who climbed all the way to the second position at the end of the flight and he reserved it with his chip stack of 420,000. The third position was taken by Germany poker player Christian Vogel who generated a total of 382,000 and this is how much he is going to have at the start of the Final Day this Thursday.