WSOP International Circuit - WSOPC Rozvadov

WSOP Circuit NLH Main Event
Day: 3
Event Info

WSOP International Circuit - WSOPC Rozvadov

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
300,000 / 600,000
Players Info - Day 3
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Who Will Reach the Final Table in the 2021 WSOP International Circuit €1,700 Main Event at King's Resort?

Martin Kabrhel
Martin Kabrhel

After two starting days and nine levels on Day 2, the flagship €1,700 Main Event of the 2021 WSOP International Circuit at King's Resort in Rozvadov is down to the final 81 players. Out of a field of 912 entries, they are competing for the biggest slice of the €1,342,920 prize pool and have currently €3,656 locked up for their efforts.

The winner is slated to walk away with a top prize of €236,489 and the top 10 finishers also receive an entry into the 2021 WSOPE Main Event worth €10,300 each.

Best-positioned to reach the nine-handed final table is Ahmad Achegsei with more than 2.7 million in chips. After a late hot run he claimed a huge lead over the rest of the field as second-placed Andrea Radicchi sits on just over 1.6 million, while Petru Proca is in third place with 1.38 million.

WSOP bracelet winner Armando D'Avanzo, Emil Bise and Szymon Wysocki can be found in the overnight top ten. Andrea Dato and two-time WSOP bracelet winner Martin Kabrhel can be found just outside of the top 10 and have stacks well above the average at their disposal.

Top 10 in Chips After Day 2

PositionPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Ahmad AchegseiGermany2,752,000172
2Andrea RadicchiItaly1,603,000100
3Petru ProcaRomania1,380,00086
4Mourad TounnoutiNetherlands1,365,00085
5Armando D'AvanzoItaly1,355,00085
6Emil BiseSwitzerland1,291,00081
7Simone LombardoItaly1,221,00076
8Moncef KarouiTunisia1,074,00067
9Alexey MishukIsrael971,00061
10Szymon WysockiPoland941,00059

The penultimate tournament in Europe's biggest poker arena is slated to take place at 2pm local time. Once the cards go back in the air, the blinds will be 8,000-16,000 with a big blind ante of 16,000. The goal for Day 3 is the nine-handed final table and tournament staff expects this to happen within nine or ten levels.

Each level lasts 60 minutes each and the event will also be live-streamed until the conclusion. One main feature table and two outer tables will be broadcasted on the King's Twitch channel and Facebook page. The PokerNews team will provide as many of the key hands right up until a winner is crowned on Tuesday, September 14, 2021.

Tags: Ahmad AchegseiAlexey MishukAndrea DatoAndrea RadicchiArmando D'avanzoEmil BiseMartin KabrhelMoncef KarouiSimone LombardoSzymon Wysocki