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Monsterstack Madness Attracts 508 Players to €100,000 GTD Main Event

The Monstertack Madness Poker Festival is scheduled to see its final day today and participants ready to occupy the throne are completely ready for the battle on the felt. With all starting flights already out of the way only the best participants registered remain and at the moment the overall chip leader among them is a player registered under the nickname B52 from Germany who managed to generate some 1,236,000 in chips over the span of poker action so far.

King’s Casino located in Rozvadov is the casino venue which enjoys a constant flow of poker festivals ready to provide their participants with coveted trophies and generous prizes at all times. This Thursday welcomed the next one which goes by the name of Monsterstack Madness and is going to bring players closer to the Main Event which comes with the guaranteed prize pool amounting to €100,000. This is one of the biggest incentives for participation in the four-day poker festival which has a lot up for grabs.

The Main Event in every poker festival is the most attractive and promising poker tournament available in the schedule, surpassed in popularity only by the high roller ones and the special events. It is considered a culmination of sorts which usually attracts some of the most well-known names in the industry to the poker tables. They are ready to give their luck a try and see whether they can outplay many of their rivals on the felt.

This is what is also currently taking place at King’s Casino and many skillful players are already marching towards the Final Table in an attempt to steal the trophy and the first-place prize coming with it.

Starting Flights Bring More Enthusiasts

The second starting flight saw as many as 99 more people registering for participation and of them, some 23 decided to give their luck a second chance by re-entering the tournament once they were eliminated. The chip leader at the end of this day which is going to have a certain advance at the beginning of the Final Day was poker player with the nickname TK who is a local player from the Czech Republic.

He managed to generate a chip stack amounting to some 864,000 towards the end of the game. From all of the players registered on that day only 53 survived to progress ahead, but nevertheless, this elevated the overall entries count to 180. The third starting flight of this Main Event attracted even more participants, a total of 149 in particular. There were 19 re-entries willing to put their skills to the test once more. As for the chip leader who claimed the title on this day, that was also the overall chip leader B52 who remained undefeated on the top position of the unofficial leader board.

A final chance to enter the tournament was given by the last starting flight which also managed to elevate the total number of entries in this Main Event to 508. The player which boasted the largest chip count at the end of that day was local player Jakub Hořejší who succeeded in amassing a total of 941,000 in chips. Sunday is the Final day of the Main Event as well as of the Monsterstack Madness poker festival which promises a sight to see.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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