Last chance to participate in the WPT Online Championship Main Event is here
Posted on May 18, 2020 by Bob
The biggest online poker tournament is ready to dish out huge amounts of cash
The $5,000,000 GTD WPT Online Championship Main Event just ran another flight, with 127 more players securing their spot on Day 2 of the event. The tournament continues to cut the distance of its high guarantee with other 782 entries registered for Day 1b – Day 1a registered 808 entries. The chances to participate in this online main event are running out and only two more flights are scheduled to run. One will take place today, including the Turbo flight, which represents players’ last chance to make it through to the WPT Online Championship Main Event Day 2.
Among the survivors standing strong in the leading places is Argentinian Leo Fernandez, who amassed 620,258 chips. He is followed by Brock Wilson with 604,616 in second place, and the third place is for Aram Zobian with 602,449 chips – those are the only players who have over 600,000 chips. Some other familiar names in the poker community are at the top of the chip counts, as well, including Nicholas Palma, Max Silver and Ognyan Dimov.
Other players are also present to participate in the second level of this online championship, such as Kristen Bicknell, Andras Nemeth, Tom Middleton, Rui Ferreira, Kahle Burns and Lucas Reeves, just to name a few. Some players who were not able to make it to Day 2 were Patrik Antonius, Roberto Romanello and Ludovic Geilich.
The last opportunity to ensure a seat on Day 2 of the WPT Online Championship Main Event will take place tonight. The event is scheduled to start at 8 PM (GMT+1).
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