• July 31, 2021

Poker News: 2014 partypoker WPT UK Main Event Day 2

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Day 2 of the 2014 partypoker World Poker Tour UK Main Event from Nottingham finished up on Thursday. After making a huge call towards the end of the day, former World Series of Poker Europe Main Event winnerAdrian Mateos was the chip leader with 51 players left.
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Mateos ended the day with 560,500 in chips after having a spectacular last level where he gained nearly 400,000 of those. He also won one of the biggest pots of the day a task made doubly difficult by the fact that Berent had five-bet preflop and checked the flop. Berent then barrelled the turn and shoved the river after Mateos checked both, and the Spaniard made the call.
With just six eliminations until the money, Mateos will go into Day 3 in prime position with £200,000 and a seat in the WPT World Championship available to the winner.
Meanwhile, anyone who makes it into the last 45 players will be guaranteed a minimum payout of £6,000. With the blinds starting at 2,000/4,000 with a 500 ante, there are six players under 20 big blinds who will be looking nervously over their shoulder.
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People who will be looking to take advantage of those short stacks include big stacks Christos Kyprianou (525,500), David Peters (403,500), Matas Cimbolas (372,000), and Ben Vinson (341,500). Then in the middle of the pack, there’s a true depth of talent featuring Antoine Saout (324,000), Jake Cody (182,500), Antonio Buonanno (165,000), Sylvain Loosli (139,500), andChris Moorman (125,000). He was joined on the rail by Chino Rheem, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi,Sam Trickett, JP Kelly, Bryn Kenney, and David Vamplew.
Day 2 Top 10 Chip Counts

Rank Player Chips
1 Adrian Mateos 560,500
2 Christos Kyprianou 525,500
3 Ben Warrington 507,000
4 Phillip Mighall 481,000
5 Najib Kamand 428,000
6 David Peters 403,500
7 Sergi Reixach 383,000
8 William Chattaway 373,000
9 Matas Cimbolas 372,000
10 Ben Vinson 341,500

 
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