|Blinds||300,000 / 600,000|
The 2021 World Series of Poker Europe is currently running at King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, and PokerGO.com will live stream the final table of the Main Event for free, presented by ClubGG.
|December 8||12:30 p.m. ET||Event #14: €10,350 Main Event|
Streaming times and schedule subject to change.
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The record-breaking World Series of Poker Europe €10,350 Main Event will play down to a winner, as seven players out of 688 entries remain in contention at the King's Resort in Rozvadov. They have all locked up a decent portion of the €6,536,000 prize pool already and local Czech player Josef Gulas leads the way ahead of Germany's Alexander Tkatschew.
Gulas won his seat for the flagship tournament back in October after finishing third in a €250 buy-in event at the same venue and will return as the only finalist with more than 100 big blinds at his disposal for a shot at the €1,276,712 top prize.
Another three King's Resort ticket winners had reached the official final table and two of them will be back in action including Stanislav Koleno and Thomas Denie, both of which have €163,434 locked up for their efforts. The final table line-up also contains French poker pro and Youtuber Johan Guilbert, Athanasios Kidas and Aleksandar Trajkovski.
2021 WSOPE Main Event Final Table
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Josef Gulas Jr||Czech Republic||20,200,000||101|
The action concluded the previous evening with 45 minutes left in level 29 at blinds of 100,000/200,000 and big blind ante of 200,000.
While the final table has already kicked off in the early morning hours, the exclusive live-streamed cards-up coverage and commentary on PokerGO will get underway as of 6.30 pm local time. All PokerNews updates will be based on the delayed live stream action until a winner has been crowned.
|Place||Winner||Country||Prize (in EUR)|