We have reached the end of day 1B. 22 players survived and will join yesterday's 20 survivors for day 2. One third of them will make the money.
Chipcounts will be added as soon as possible.
Thanks for following and goodnight!
Charlo Azzopardi got knocked out in the second last hand of the day. After a raise to 2.2k and a call, he moved all in for his remaining 19k, he got the blinds and the initial raiser to fold, but the caller didn't go away and was ahead with against Charlo's .
The flop brought immediately an and the rest blanked out. He will unfortunately not return tomorrow for day 2.
We officially know the payouts.
There are a total number of 129 entries, of which 15 will get paid.
The winner will walk away with a cool 12.000 Euros,
You can find the full payout structure under the 'Payouts' section.
Mister Ten Six, with the name of David Chamorro, just did it again. He limped/called preflop and the board brought , David let out for a minimum bet of 500 into a pot of close to 6k and the initital raiser made it 5.5k, David called.
The turn was a and it went check - all in - call. David had flopped the nuts with his offsuit and had his opponents' drawing dead.
This lovely lady asked me to take a picture of her, as she's doing quite well. She already tried her luck yesterday, but today it seems to look a lot better, as she's sitting there with circa 50k in chips.
In the hand after the picture she called a raise from the Small Blind and the Big Blind called as well. The flop came and she lead out for 5k into a pot of 3.5k, both her opponents folded and she showed .
The probably youngest player of the tournament just got knocked out in a strange hand. One player limped and Aernout moved all in for 8.8k (22 Big Blinds) from the button, the blinds folded and the limper made an 'optimistic' call with . Aernout was ahead with his but the board brought a and he got knocked out, not able to really understand what just happened.
Blinds are up and we are entering our last level of re-entry and late registration possibility.
48 out of 63 are still in the tournament.
Local player Charlo Azzopardi is doing pretty well so far.
On a board, he raises the initial bet of his opponent from 1.1k to 3.2k and gets called. Both players check the turn. The river brings a and this time Charlo bets 4.1k and gets called quickly. Charlo shows and his opponent mucks.
He is at over 45k now.
Players are now on a dinner break. There are 49 out of 58 remaining. We will be back in 45 minutes. Bon appetit!
The young man from the Netherlands is having a bit of a tough day so far.
In a limped pot, he isolated with his and the limper called.
The flop came , Aernout made a pot sized continuation bet of 2k and got check-raised to 4.5k, he called.
The turn was a and this time the inital limper bet 6k and the 19-years old let his Jacks go. He is down to around 10k.
One hour is played and we have lost 2 players so far. There are 51 remaining. 2 more levels to play until dinner break.