• August 1, 2021

Poker news, 2014 Master Classics of Poker Main Event Day 2

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On Wednesday, a total of 158 players returned to the tables of Holland Casino in Amsterdam for Day 2 of the 2014 Master Classics of Poker €4,250 Main Event.
Registration was still open until the first card was dealt at 14:00 CET, which allowed six late entries and 11 reentries to take advantage of the option and boost the overall attendance to 298 entries.
This equaled the number of runners of the year prior and even more remarkable is the fact that all Main Event champions of the past three years made it into the money.
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Ole Schemion was leading the field at the start of the day, and the 2012 winner made it through to Day 3, as did David Boyaciyan(2011), and defending champion Noah Boeken.
Among the early eliminations were such familiar names as Marcel Luske,Bryn Kenney, Steve O’Dwyer, Artur Koren, Davidi Kitai, Sorel Mizzi, andPaul Valkenburg. MCOP ambassador Jorryt van Hoof had a rough day on the felt and busted against Stuart Rutter
Michael Telker just missed out on the money as did Aviv Meiri and Joeri van der Sman, both of whom were eliminated while Jason Wheeler had a decision for his tournament life on the bubble.
The big stacks for the penultimate day include David Yan (640,700), 2011 champion Boyaciyan (582,600), Jimmy Pan (435,900), Andrew Chen (434,200), Day 1 chip leader and 2012 champion Schemion (425,800), and Amir Mozaffarian (355,700).
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Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

Rank Player Chips
1 Clyde Tjauw Foe 658,800
2 David Yan 640,700
3 David Boyaciyan 582,600
4 Jimmy Pan 435,900
5 Andrew Chen 434,200
6 Ole Schemion 425,800
7 Jussi Nevanlinna 402,200
8 Dennis Lavrijssen 384,100
9 Amir Mozaffarian 355,700
10 Richard Milne 345,000

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