A total of seven new players joined the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo©Casino EPT €25,000 High Roller ahead of the start of Day 2. [Removed:119], Mark Teltscher, Andrey Konopelko, Erik Seidel, John Juanda and Erik Seidel all took advantage of the single re-entry, whereas Rustam Hajiyev was a new entry to the tournament.
The players will all receive 50,000 chips, with the blinds starting at 1,000/2,000 with a 2,000 button ante. That brings the total number of entries up to 119 including 28 re-entries, creating a prizepool of €2,828,035.
The payouts have also been confirmed with the top 17 players in the money, with a min-cash worth €44,400. The winner of the 2018 EPT Monte Carlo €25,000 High Roller will take home €711,500.
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A field of 50 players started the day, but that has already been reduced to 46 following the eliminations of Steve O'Dwyer, [Removed:17], Martin Finger and Lijo Lander.
Today will consist of ten 60-minute levels and a dinner break at the conclusion of level six. Players received two additional time bank chips when registration closed, and will receive two more when play reaches the money.
Stay tuned to PokerNews.com for all the action. We will bring you the confirmed prizepool and payouts as soon as possible.