Jesse Rockowitz bagged the chiplead on Day 1A of the Card Player Poker Tour Atlantis main event. The Northern California native is poised to make yet another deep run, putting away 191,100 in chips for ...
Unibet Open Malta Poker Festival Peaks
Search For Final Table Continues On Penultimate Day
The €1,500 + €150 buy-in Unibet Open Malta main event saw a total field of 293 players and going into day 2 just 93 remain. The overall chip leader is Matas Dilpsas with 155,900, but by the end of the day the event will have found its final table at the Casino at Portomaso.
Among familiar faces who turned out across the two starting days were Rob Hollink, Jesper Hougaard, Tomas Brolin, Marvin Rettenmaier, Paul Valkenburg, Anton Peter-Wigg, Unibet Ambassador Alex Rousso, Pieter de Korver, Steven van Zadelhoff, Ricardo Sousa, and Michiel Brummelhuis.
The remaining players are fighting to be among the 29 who walk away with something to show for their efforts, but most are hunting for the top tier of the €417,525 prize pool.
Here is what they are playing for:
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