A player by the nickname “Matze P” from Germany leads the final 29 players in the partypoker Championship (PPC) Czech €330 Main Event heading into the final day at King’s Resort after bagging a massive stack of 19,600,000 in chips.
Also advancing with eight-figure stacks were the start-of-the-day chip leader Arian Kashi (17,525,000), Ralf Stam (16,525,000), David Vesely (15,800,000), Mr. Savu (11,350,000), and Sebastian Lenz (10,475,000).
The final opening flight took place just before the start of Day 2. After late registration closed, it was known that the final field size blossomed to 2,261 entries to generate a huge €644,385 prize pool.
A total of 341 entries advance to Day 2 with at least a €600 min-cash. However, just 339 stacks were in play with Teodor Popovic and Al Hassane Iatarne bagging twice during opening flights and needing to forfeit their shorter stacks.
After 13 blind levels of 40-minutes each, the field was down to just 29 hopefuls, each locking up €1,950 heading into the final day. Tomorrow’s winner will go home with a massive €100,000 top prize, which includes a WSOP Europe Day 1a Main Event ticket valued at €10,350 that will be awarded to the top six players.
Final Day Chip Counts
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Final Day Payouts
A WSOP Europe Main Event ticket valued at €10,350 for Day 1a is included in the prizes for the top six players.
Final Day Plan
The action will resume Monday at 2 p.m. with blinds at 150,000/300,000 along with a big blind ante of 300,000. Blinds will increase every hour until a winner is crowned.
PokerListings will be back on the floor from the beginning until the end of the final day. Stay tuned to see who will win the PPC Czech Main Event for the massive €100,000 along with the coveted trophy.