Kamphues Leads WPTWOC $10K Higher Roller Schemion Shines in the Principal Event

Kamphues Leads WPTWOC $10K Higher Roller Schemion Shines in the Major Occasion

Timo Kamphues finds himself in pole position in the WPT #14 High Roller Championship exactly where only 20 of the 114 entrants remain in the hunt for what is a bankroll-boosting 1st spot prize worth $268,960.

Kamphues finished Day 1 armed with 1,278,532 chips, the only player to bag up a seven-figure stack, despite the fact that second-placed Jonathan Proudfoot came close with 932,743 chips.

WPT #14 High Roller Championship Best ten Chip Counts

Location Player Nation Chips
1 Timo Kamphues Austria 1,278,532
2 Jonathan Proudfoot United Kingdom 932,743
3 Leon Sturm Austria 800,992
4 Jon Van Fleet Canada 731,578
5 Pedro Garagnani Brazil 685,105
6 Leonard Oliver Maue Austria 675,723
7 Eelis Parssinen Finland 664,853
8 Tuen Mulder Netherlands 653,997
9 Thomas Boivin United Kingdom 617,895
10 Simon Mattsson Sweden 611,220

The entry list study like a who’s who of the on the web poker planet, such is the lure of a higher-stakes Globe Poker Tour event. Team partypoker’s Mikita Badziakouski, Isaac Haxton, and the newest addition Yuri Dzivielevski nearly reached Day two but in the end fell quick.

Sergei Koliakov‘s elimination in 21st location brought the curtain down on Day 1 it burst the funds bubble, too.

The 20 surviving players, and what an incredibly talented bunch they are, return to their seats at 20:05 BST each assured $20,000 for their efforts. Reaching the final table increases that payout to $40,768, with the top 3 finishers reeling in a six-figure score.

Kamphues may possibly lead right now but some of the on the internet poker world’ best players are hot on the Austrian’s heels. Former MILLIONS Online champion Jon Van Fleet (731,578), Brazil’s Pedro Garagnani (685,105), Eelis Parssinen (664,853), Teun Mulder (653,997), and Simon Mattsson (611,220) each have top ten stacks.

Then you have the likes of Andras Nemeth, Christian Rudolph, Joakim Andersson, Sam Greenwood, Dan Smith, and Timothy Adams nevertheless in the mix. Almost everything points towards Day two becoming an epic encounter.

Do not overlook to tune into our Twitch channel from 20:30 BST for all the action, as it takes place, from the $10,300 Higher Roller Championship.

Ole Schemion

Fresh from winning the $25,500 Super High Roller event for practically $390,000, Ole Schemion stormed to the leading of the WPT #07 Principal Occasion Day 1B chip counts. Schemion finished prime of the counts courtesy of amassing three,273,638 chips prior to the second of four flights concluded. The Austria-based German’s stack is enough for fifth place general with two flights remaining.

Bulgaria’s Georgi Sandev was the only other Day 1b entrant who finished with more than three million chips in his stack.

WPT #07 Main Event Top 10 Chip Counts

Place Player Country Chips
1 Timo Kamphues Austria 3,273,638
2 Georgi Sandev Bulgaria 3,102,351
three Brian Altman Canada 2,782,767
4 Claas Segebrecht Austria 2,591,201
five Joao Simao Brazil 2,543,762
6 Luke Martinelli New Zealand 2,398,347
7 Ognyan Dimov Bugaria 2,296,273
eight David Coleman Canada two,216,335
9 Harald Sammer Austria two,208,768
10 Leonard Oliver Maue Austria two,194,894

3-time WPT Main Event champion Brian Altman has place himself in a very good position for a fourth title. Altman completed Day 1B with two,782,767 chips.

Our very own Joao Simao enjoyed himself on Day 1B, finishing with two,543,762 chips, great adequate for fifth location in the chip counts. Teammate Mikita Badziakouski turned his 200,000 starting stack into 787,617 chips.

Other folks to appear out for on Day 2, which runs on September 13, contain David Coleman (two,216,335), Luc Greenwood (1,961,198), Christian Rudolph (1,089,802), Timothy Adams (1,018,014), Pascal Hartmann (952,605), and former WPTWOC Main Occasion champion Christian Jeppsson (405,624).

Day 1C of the $five,300 Major Event shuffles up and deals at 19:05 BST on September 12 with the turbo-structured Day 1 running from 16:05 BST on September 13.

There is a Day 1C Mega Satellite schedule at 16:05 BST on September 12, too. It has 50x $five,300 seats assured for the $530 purchase-in, despite the fact that you can win your way into it from only $.01 thanks to our centrolls and the fact the satellites are phased. Excellent luck.

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