The country’s second WSOP Online champion could be announced this afternoon. Event 10: Only 17 players remain in the $1,050 NL Hold’em Beat the Pros, with Pedro Reis in second place. The pilot of the “ilargia” account has a total of 3,328,906 chips, just 11 BBS less than CL Georgios Manousos (3,762,070).
Among the other 15 qualifiers was world champion Ryan Riess (5th – 1,654..324). outside of. In 2013, he won the Main Event, earning $8,361,570. Since then, the American has competed in seven more WSOP FT events.
Iván Lucá is also in the running. The first Argentinian to win a gold bracelet, he will have 1,606,256 chips to try and take home another gem.
By registering 956 participants for Event 10, GGPoker secured a prize pool of $956,000. In addition to the prize, the winner will receive $38,260.
Play continues at 3:00pm (BST) with blinds of 20,000/40,000 and an ante of BB.