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Ryan Riess eyes second main event title at WSOPE Rozvadov


Ryan Riess eyes second main event title at WSOPE Rozvadov

Just six players have remained in the 2018 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event and it is Hungarian Laszlo Bujtas who is leading with more than 14 million in chips.

Bujtas finished 58th in the last year's Main Event for €16,710 but he and the other players at the final table have already assured  €175,965 in prize money with €1,122,239 and the winner of the main event remains to be announced.

Two big names will be back for the final day of play of play here at King's Resort Rozvadov with 2013 WSOP Main Event champion Ryan Riess and 2017 WSOP Main Event final table Jack Sinclair still in the hunt for the coveted gold bracelet.

Bujta claims he has been playing poker for ten years. It was Milos Skrbic who came into the final table with the highest lead chip lead but he is now second in chips despite failing of knocking out a single player on Day 5. In his own words, former WSOP champion Riess called today fucking painful adding that he considers today.

On Day 5, the elimination didn't happen early in the day but gradually the players hit the rail and it only left 6 players for the final table.

Russian Vladimir Troyanovskiy doubled up Stoyan Onreshkov before busting to the Bulgarian when he presented  king-ten into the ace eight.

After the elimination of Dominic Matejka, Reiss climbed up in the table and possessed the highest chip lead.