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Bert Green Leads Last 24 Players Into Eureka Rozvadov Day 3

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Jun/01/2014
Bert Green Leads Last 24 Players Into Eureka Rozvadov Day 3

Eureka 4 Rozvadov Main Event is down to just 24 players who will return tommorow to play for a chair at the final table. They made impressive run to advance into day 3 in a 493-player field with the eventual champion taking home €93,600.

Bert Geens from Belgium is the one who was bagging the highest amount of chips tonight being the only player to cross a one-million-mark. He will start day 3 with 1,032,000 chips, ldeading the tournament with a distance before his nearest follower. It is EPT7 Vienna Michael Eiler who finished the day in second place with a stack of with 718,000 chips.

Top 10 chip counts after day 2: 
1st - Bert Geens, Belgium, 1,032,000 
2nd - Michael Eiler, Germany, PokerStars Qualifier, 718,000 
3rd - Christian Jambor, Germany, 693,000 
4th - Martin Meciar, Slovakia, PokerStars Qualifier, 654,000 
5th - Mateusz Martewicz, Poland, 602,000 
6th - Gregorz Wyraz, Poland, PokerStars Qualifier, 540,000 
7th - Oliver Bosch, Austria, 537,000 
8th - Sascha Achim Ranzinger, Germany, PokerStars Qualifier, 520,000 
9th - Ismail Kalkan, Germany, 504,000 
10th - Grigore Boroica, Romania, 484,000

JENS WINKLER BUBBLED EUREKA 4 ROZVADOV 
The bubble lasted almost 90 minutes and we saw many all in confrontations ending with either double of a shorter stack or a split pot. Jens Winkler from Germany was the shortest stack at the beginning of the bubble play and his strategy was simple; try to fold into the money. Yet it did not work for him as he was eventualy left with just one ante chip being automatically all in pre flop. He stood against two opponents and could not beat them, so the German finished in 72 place without a cash. All remaining players have secured a €1,840 min cash.

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