Jan Timo Jobmann Vies for WSOP International Circuit €1,650 Main Event Title


The final day of the WSOP International Circuit Rozvadov festival is upon us. The final table of the €1,650 Main Event will be played today and is set to feature nine players who are all vying for the title and first-place prize of €184,812. The winner will also collect a gold ring for outlasting a field of 672 entries.

There has been one player whose name has been popping out constantly over the course of the Rozvadov poker festival. German poker pro Jan Timo Jobmann has had quite a run over the past two weeks. And the player has a huge chance to end this run with the Main Event title.

Bagging the largest chip stack last night, the player will be leading the nine remaining hopefuls today. Action is set to resume at 2 pm local time at King’s Casino in the Czech village of Rozvadov.
Jobmann has good advantage over his opponents with 4.055 million in chips. He is followed by local player Pavel Stolar who was the event’s Day 1B overnight chip leader. Stolar will enter the final day of play with 3.5 million. Hossein Ensan locked the third largest stack last night and will begin the new day with 3.28 million.

The WSOP International Circuit Rozvadov Main Event kicked off on October 13 with the first of two starting flights. By the time registration closed at the very beginning of Day 2, the event’s field counted 672 entries. The tournament featured a guaranteed prize pool of €1 million. The top 71 finishers will receive a payout for their participation. The bubble actually burst on Day 2 of the event. Peter Bstieler from Germany was the first player to leave with a payout.

As mentioned above, the final table of the Main Event is set to kick off today at 2 pm local timeat the host venue. The nine finalists will play down to a champion. Each of the survivors will leave the table with no less than €21,163 in prize money.

Jobmann’s Fantastic WSOP International Circuit Rozvadov Run

Jobmann has been playing poker for several years now. The player has 14 cashes under his name and he has actually collected the greater part of them at King’s Casino Rozvadov, which as many might know is home to the largest poker room in Europe.

The Main Event will be the fourth tournament Jobmann will cash from within the festival. The player finished 38th in the €550 Monster Stack about two weeks ago for a payout of €1,703. He then took down the €666 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max for his first gold ring and his career best cash of €25,581. Last week, the player also scored a third-place finish in the €420 Bounty Hunter for €6,833.

Now the player is in an excellent position to further boost his poker bankroll, and grab a second gold ring and the prestigious Main Event title.