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WSOP Circuit Deep Stack Open Approaches $100,000 GTD Final Day with 105 Qualifiers

In the poker world, there is one hot topic at the moment and this is no other than the World Series of Poker Circuit which is heating up King’s Casino in Rozvadov. This Monday is set to bring yet another tournament to its final stage, as the Deep Stack Open reaches its last day with Maxime Andre Conte as the chip leader among all survivors.

Even though this event does not feature one of the WSOP Circuit Rings as a first-place prize, its popularity was considerably high as players were still eager to take their seats and commence action towards some of the tempting cash payouts. Sunday saw the official start of their run towards the top positions with the first our of four starting flights provided by the organizers of the event.

A total of 108 players had circled the event in their copy of the WSOP Circuit schedule as an important one, and they made their way in on Day 1a. Each of them had to pay the mandatory buy-in of €220, promising a jump in the previously announced guaranteed prize pool.

Poker Action Progresses ahead at King’s

Throughout the day only 22 of the players utilized their re-entry option and claimed a second chance to reach some of the larger cash prizes. Among all participants in the Day 1a Kevin Daumann from neighboring Germany was the player with the largest chip count to his name – some 296,000, reserving him a leading position on the next phase of the event.

At the end of the day, only 24 players were still remaining in their seats. Monday brought a fresh batch of players to the poker room at King’s Casino, this time an even bigger crowd than the previous day. A total of 128 players were bracing for the riveting poker action set to take place up until the end of the day.

Poker player registered under the name Leo managed to amass the largest chip count towards the last minutes of poker action and bagged 357,000. Only as many as 60 players were able to make it to the other side and they were prepared to meet once again on Day 2 this Wednesday.

Current Chip Leader Reserves a Spot on Day 2

The third starting flight was able to attract the attention of as many as 171 individuals, proving an upwards direction of interest ahead of the last starting flight of this event. This was also the day which welcomed the current overall chip leader Conte to the player pool of the Deep Stack Open tournament. By the end of the day, he had a total of 440,000 in chips, claiming an advantage over his rivals for the throne.

Bulgarian poker player Christian Stoyanov also survived until the end of the day with his chip stack of 173,000. He was one of the 105 participants who were added to the player pool of Day 2, marking a significant success rate of the players in this flight.

For the time being, the runner-up position at the redraw phase is taken by Tobias Alois Draeger from Germany, following closely the chip leader with some 435,500 to his name. A fourth last chance for entering the event would be provided today with Day 1d Turbo which is currently taking place at King’s Casino. It would keep action snappy adding more players right before the Final Day officially commences at 4:30 p.m.

This Wednesday also brings the second Ring event of this WSOP Circuit edition – Monster Stack Day 1a which comes with a guaranteed prize pool of €300,000 and a buy-in of €550. This would be the first out of four starting flights throughout this event, leading action all the way to the Final Table and the WSOP Circuit Ring.

 Author: Benjamin Barry

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