EPT Prague €50,000 Super High Roller Day 2 Starts with Andras Nemeth in the Chip Lead


The last festival of this year’s European Poker Tour series is in full speed currently, with numerous significant players heading to the tables in an attempt to dominate a champ title. The €50,000 Super High Roller is definitely among a lot of interesting occasions in the collection as well as saw its Day 2 commence with Hungarian gamer Andras Nemeth in the chip lead.

Nemeth succeeded in dominating a total of 28 access throughout Day 1 to overcome the lead as well as bag 1,817,000 in chips. The end of the very first day saw the Hungarian gamer generate a big pot versus challengers Lucas Greenwood and also Orpen Kisacikoglu, with the flop revealing [6s] [Qs] [4c]

Nemeth called Kisacikoglu’s push for 131,000 in chips with matched ace-deuce forcing Greenwood to play for his entire remaining stack. The Canadian gamer finished up mucking his hand with a sigh after quick rumination. The Hungarian was adhered to by Vietnam’s Tuan Tran and Austria’s Matthias Eibinger, that ended up the evening with 877,000 and 818,000 in chips.

Nemeth is barely an unfamiliar person to success when it concerns major competitions. The gamer is popular in on the internet tournament poker where he completes under the pen names “probirs” and has actually until now signed up over $7.3 million in competition earnings. His most recent big win occurred this past springtime when he dominated the $25,000 High Roller at the 2018 SCOOP, earning his third SCOOP title and $576,000 in winnings.

Day 2 Attracts Notable New Entries

Day 2 of the EPT Prague tournament with this week’s greatest buy-in started today at twelve noon local time, with registration continuing to be open up until the first card struck the felt. Each new individual started with a stack of 250,000 in chips. Blinds during the ninth level got to 3,000 and also 6,000 but the big blind features a 6,000 ante which suggests players have regarding 42 blinds for their buy-ins of €50,000.

The €50,000 Super High Roller event’s 2nd day brought in the activity of many notable online poker pros, with the field eventually swelling to 40 participants, consisting of big names like Steve O’Dwyer, Timothy Adams, Sam Greenwood, Juha Helppi, and Germany’s Stefan Schillhabel. Some, like Kisacikoglu and Luke Reeves, returned to from the previous day.

They were signed up with by new access Patrik Antonius, Benjamin Polak, Michael Soyza, and also Charlie Carrel, whose last online tournament occurred over a year ago when the young Brit completed 9th in the WSOPE High-stakes Gambler for One Decrease event for EUR295,131 in prize money.

Chip leader Nemeth continues to rule the competition throughout the second day of play. The Hungarian lost a pot against Rui Ferreira who dominated Nemeth with fit king-ten and finished his 2 pair of kings and 10s. Currently of composing, the area has actually dropped down to 16 entries, with chip leader Andras Nemeth boosting his beginning pile to the remarkable 2,200,000 in chips.