€119,200 Waiting for Eureka’s Rozvadov Winner

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€119,200 Waiting for Eureka’s Rozvadov Winner

A record-breaking stand-alone Eureka Main Event attracted 664-entry field and created a €644,080 prize pool. Day 2 will see the bubble burst as 255 players arrived to continue after surviving first day.

93 players are about to get a piece of the pool. The eventual champion will take home a €119,200 while the min-cash is set for €2k. 
Last year, Martin Meciar from Slovakia scooped the title worth €87,600 after cutting a heads-up deal with Michael-David Passy.

The defender is still in contention as he used the benefit of a new Turbo Re-Entry flight. He might still look for a back-to-back victory here in Rozvadov. The remaining field includes yet another former champion - Eureka 4 Vienna winner Zoltan Gal who. like Merciar, also advanced from day 1c.

The King's Casino lays on the Czech-German border and therefore it is no surprise that Germany had the strongest representation in the Main Event field. From 529 unique players (including 4 no-shows), 243 came from Germany meaning they occupied almost half of the field (46%). The home country came 2nd with 51 Czechs entering Eureka 5 Rozvadov and Poland was in 3rd place by just two players behind the Czech Republic. Overall, players from 38 countries attended the Main Event.

Please note that the winner of any side event which finished later than at 1am will be able to collect his trophy earliest at 4pm the following day.

List of finished side events: 
03 - €220 Eureka 100 Grand Challenge 
04 - €110 Eureka Local NLH 
06 - €165 NLH Turbo Freezeout 
08 - €60 Eureka Local Freezeout