2020 King's Resort PLO High Roller

€2,500 PLO High Roller, €100K Gtd.
Day: 2
Event Info

2020 King's Resort PLO High Roller

Final Results
Roger Hairabedian
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
20,000 / 40,000
Players Info - Day 2
Players Left

Who Will Win the 2020 King's Resort €2,500 PLO High Roller?

Poker Arena
Poker Arena

At 2 p.m. local time on Sunday June 21st, 2020, the cards will be back in the air in the vast poker arena of the King's Resort and Casino in Rozvadov when the Pot-Limit Omaha aficionados return to their seats for the second and final day of the 2020 King's Resort €2,500 PLO High Roller.

After six levels of 30 minutes each on a short Day 1, a field of 34 entries emerged and 19 players bagged up chips overnight. There is little doubt that the event won't surpass the €100,000 guarantee as another four levels of late registration and unlimited re-entries remain for players to join the action.

One of those expected to jump in is former football striker Sergej Barbarez, who skipped Day 1 as he was still deep in the last two tables of the VIP Invitational and checked out the action from time to time while on break. All those that enter in the first level of the day will commence with 50 big blinds as the action returns to blinds of 500-1,000.

Leading the field into the final day as the chip leader is former WSOP PLO bracelet winner Jan-Peter Jachtmann with a stack of 210,000, followed by Pedjman Hamie with 182,000 and Jonas Kronwitter with 165,800. Not far behind are Andre Ellbracht with 140,000 and Roger Hairabedian, who ended Day 1 with 136,600 in chips.

Furthermore among the returning contenders are Roman Cieslik (67,700), Han Kuo (58,800), Jules Ayoub (47,500), Eric Lescot (39,700), Christian Stratmeyer (32,500) and Janja Andelic (31,200) while King's regular "The Talk" will very likely re-enter after bowing out in the final level of the previous night.

Live Stream Feature Table
Live Stream Feature Table

Once the late registration closes after the first four 30-minute levels of the day, the King's Resort will also pick up the action in the early evening and stream the PLO action on their Twitch Channel until a champion has been crowned. Follow along right here on PokerNews from start-to-finish.

Day 2 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1502Andre EllbrachtGermany140,000140
1503Ossama KhamisGermany64,30064
1506Christian StratmeyerGermany32,50033
1507The Duc NgoGermany71,90072
1511Jan-Peter JachtmannGermany210,000210
1512Roman CieslikGermany67,70068
1513Khalil FerchichiTunisia121,100121
1515Jules AyoubGermany47,50048
1516Franz DoblingerGermany35,00035
1518Jonas KronwitterAustria165,800166
1651Kristijan MaricCroatia40,30040
1653Janja AndelicCroatia31,20031
1654Roger HairabedianFrance136,600137
1655Tuncay TutusGermany101,700102
1661Pedjman HamieGermany182,000182
1664Saeed RehmanGermany132,400132
1665Eric LescotBelgium39,70040
1666Uemit GuenduezGermany38,90039
1667Han KuoGermany58,80059

Tags: Andre EllbrachtChristian StratmeyerEric LescotHan KuoJan-Peter JachtmannJonas KronwitterJules AyoubPedjman HamieRoger HairabedianRoman CieslikSergej BarbarezThe Talk