The first feature table has just begun with stakes at €2/€5 no-limit hold'em. The table is headlined by none other than Cash Game Festival co-founder Martin "Franke" von Zweigbergk, in Seat 5, who is known when in front of lights and cameras to try to play as many pots as possible.
As will be the case throughout the festival, the charismatic British duo of Henry Kilbane and George Sandford will once again host the two televised feature tables at 6 p.m. CEST and 9 p.m CEST broadcasted on a 20-minute delay at the Cash Game Festival Twitch channel. You can alternatively follow the action by clicking on the Live Stream tab located in our PokerNews coverage.
Here is a look at the other players at the early Day 4 feature table of the Cash Game Festival Bratislava at Banco Casino Bratislava.
Cash Game Festival regular Ed Furniss, in Seat 1, arrived yesterday to the festival with his friend Oli Bass and immediately he hopped into playing Sviten Special with Franke and others. He got hooked on the festival in London. Since then has been to many stops and now is considered to be part of the Cash Game Festival family.
Czech Republic's Jan Kytlica, is a student by day and has been playing poker for a decade. His favorite hand is pocket eights because he has gotten a lot of sets with this hand.
Patrik Mitic, in Seat 4, has been in big action games before. In Hong Kong, he once won a pot of around HKD 400,000 ($40,000) in a HKD 50/HKD 100 ($5/$10) game.
Jonathan Klingenberg, in Seat 5, made his way to Bratislava thanks to winning a Cash Game Festival package valued at €1,500 at the festival's partner 32Red Poker. He has been playing poker for nearly a decade and once won a tournament for around $25,000.
While Franke might be the biggest action player at the table, Austria's Eyal Bensimhon, in Seat 6, might be the most epic. The Austrian has two WSOP Circuit gold rings to his name, which is something not many poker players around the world can brag about. To make things more fun he is wearing a rabbit costume at the table.
Vladimir Demidov, in Seat 7, is another action player based on his play earlier in the festival. It could be a competition between him and Franke as to who plays more pots.
Rounding off the table is Irish student Eoin Starr in Seat 8. Like Kytlica, he has been playing poker for a decade and his favorite hand is pocket eights.