Only ten players out of 61 entries representing ten different countries remain in contention for the coveted gold bracelet in Event #12: €2,000 8-Game Mix. The latest tournament during the 2021 World Series of Poker will award the entire €107,207 prize pool during the final day as the money bubble burst on Day 1 to conclude the proceedings.
German poker pro and Vienna resident Ole Schemion returns with 863,000 in chips and will seek his second gold bracelet of the current year after notching up the maiden victory in Event #79: Poker Hall of Fame Bounty during the 2021 WSOP in Las Vegas.
Another two WSOP bracelet winners are in the mix for the final day. Julien Martini (334,000 ) sits in the middle of the pack and comes fresh off a victory in Event #8: €2,500 Short Deck during the ongoing festival at the King's Resort in Rozvadov. Four-time champion Max Pescatori (78,000) is one of four short stacks at the bottom of the leaderboard.
The UK's Artan Dedusha is second in chips with 563,000 while Mikkel Plum (473,000) occupies the final spot on the overnight podium. Further notable finalists include Roland Israelashvili[/PLAYER], Borja Gross and Grzegorz Wyraz.
The Ten Finalists of Event #12: €2,000 8-Game Mix
|2||Artan Dedusha||United Kingdom||563,000|
|8||Roland Israelashvili||United States||68,000|
The ten finalists have €3,158 locked up and the winner can look forward to the coveted gold bracelet and top prize of €33,910. Action on the final day resumes at 10 a.m. local time with just over three minutes remaining in level 17. The PokerNews team will provide exclusive updates for this event and all further gold bracelet events during the 2021 WSOP Europe in Rozvadov until December 8, 2021.