Liv Boeree makes headlines with €10,300 High Roller at the 2018 PokerStars European Poker Tour Barcelona. Boeree etched her name in the final-nine squad; all guaranteed a min-cash of €30,100. She entered Day 3, fourth in chips with 685,000.
Day 1 of the High-roller attracted 117 entries. The registration, however, didn’t close until Day 2 kicked-off. And seven more joined the fray for the spade trophy and the payday of €302,500. The prize pool now stands at €1,202,800.
Quick look at the final NINE standing:
Bahram Chobineh from Iran is the chip leader with 1,320,000,
Malaysia’s Michael Soyza is second in place with 1,235,000,
Kai Lehto from Finland follows next with 965,000,
PokerStars Team Pro Liv Boeree is sitting fourth with 685,000,
Luc Greenwood is fifth with a chip-count of 590,000,
Dario Sammartino holds the sixth position in chip count with 490,000,
Orpen Kisacikoglu is seventh in place with 425,000,
Defending champion, Croatia’s Goran Mandic, has advanced to the eight place with a stack of 295,000,
Denys Shafikov is the ninth finalist with195,000 chips in his bag.
Seating Assignments for the Final Day:
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|7||Liv Boeree||United Kingdom||685000||34|
Day 2 Casualties
Late-entrants Jan-Eric Schwippert, Timothy Adams, Sergio Aido, and James Romero were among the early casualties on Day 2. Several international high rollers who swept past Day 2 without making it to the final table were Sam Greenwood, Ryan Riess, Bryn Kenney, Dan Smith, Preben Stokkan, David Yan, Anthony Zinno, Stephen Chidwick, and Benjamin Pollak.