Guilbert, Imsirovic and Vogelsang lead event # 2: $ 25,000 NLH | Super High Roller Bowl Europe 2021
Thirteen levels of 40 minutes each were played on Day 1 of Event # 2: $ 25,000 No-Limit Hold’em here at Super High Roller Bowl Europe in the beautiful Merit Royal Hotel, Casino and Spa In Cyprus. With 46 unique players and 35 entries in the first six levels of the day, 81 entries were collected to access a prize pool of $ 2,025,000.
Ten of those players made it to Day 2 and it’s Johan guilbert who claimed the chip lead. Frenchman, also known as “YoH Viral” in the streets of YouTube and Twitch, will return for the last day with 1,920,000 chips. He scored most of those chips at the end of the night when he doubled down with a set of nines on the set of six of Christoph vogelsang.
Joining Guilbert in the top three is the current PokerGo Tour leader Ali Imsirovic with 1,805,000 and Christoph Vogelsang with 1,150,000. But on their heels are David stamm, Seth davies, and Vladi Chaulov ‘ with over a million tokens.
Event 2: $ 25,000 NLH Day 2 Prize draw for places
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Number of tokens||Big blinds|
|2||1||Seth davies||United States||1,100,000||37|
|2||5||Ali Imsirovic||United States||1,805,000||60|
|2||7||David stamm||United States||1,100,000||37|
Michel addamo had doubled Shao Hua Zhan to leave that last short with just 5 big blinds, but Addamo still broke in front of Zhan when Imsirovic took him out with a pair of Kings. Several rounds of hand-to-hand play took place before Zhan hit his last 20,000 in the big blind and Imsirovic and Stamm were also all-in with Imsirovic covering them both. None of them touched the board for Stamm to hold on with the ace-king to burst the bubble and double down thanks to Imsirovic.
Sergio Aido was the first player to take out when Vogelsang took him out. Vogelsang continued to make good shots and scored a big pot but then doubled down on Guilbert. As the day ended and the players bustled around Table 2. Hing Yang Chow beaten in Shaulov with ace-king against ace-five when a five completed the table.
The remaining ten players will return at 1 p.m. local time to face a winner and this top prize of $ 506,250 when they have already obtained $ 60,750 each. The PokerGO stream will also be live, but exact details of that stream will follow.
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