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The dinner's over and the remaining 40 players are back the tables. A total of 118 entrants have taken their seats here at the Open Face Chinese Poker World Championship €1,000 Main Event making it the biggest OFC event of the year!
One of the tables features a heads-up battle between the two OFC World Championship High Roller winners, Jennifer Shahade and Maxym Panyak!
After 9 levels of play the tournament is not on a one hour dinner break. The amount of entries is now at 114, however, the late registration is still open until the start of level 10, or to be more precise until 9:30 local time, which means you can still come and play.
Note that this is your last chance for Open Face Chinese action as the two-day Main Event is the last of the World Championship tournaments.
According to the latest update we already have 104 entries with two hours left before the late registration ends.
Fun fact: last year's Main Event winner Mikal Blomlie and the High Roller champ Jennifer Shahade were seated at the same table for quite a while. However, Blomlie got busted and fired another bullet immediately.
The Open Face Chinese Poker World Championship €1,000 Main Event is on its first break of the day with 78 entries already. The tournament is in level 3 with late registration available until the start of level 10.
The defending champion Mikal Blomlie is in the field hoping for back to back titles as is last year's High Roller champ Jennifer Shahade, the €350 Progressive Pineapple champion Isabelle Mercier.
The final and the biggest show of the Open Face Chinese Poker World Championship, the €1,000 Main Event has already begun here in King's Casino at the Corinthia Hotel with 60 players already in the running. Among them are the €350 Progressive Pineapple champ Isabelle Mercier, last year's Main Event winner Mikal Blomlie as well as the runner-up Jan Hendrik Tapken.
Today early in the morning Russia’s Maxim Panyak became the winner of the richest-ever live OFC event, the €10,000 High Roller, collecting the record-breaking €110,000 first-place prize together with the champion’s belt. He beat his countryman Evgeny Kocherov in the heads-up battle leaving the latter with the €76,030 payout.
With the tournament already in level 11 and points at 2,000 we have 10 players left at the Open Face Chinese Poker World Championship €10,000 High Roller event.
Natasha Barbour is currently in the lead with a 356,000 chip stack, followed by Ukraine's Konstiantyn Tupalo with 262,300 and Alexandra Usoltseva with 246,600.
So that's final - a total of 33 entries were made in this year's Tonybet Poker OFC World Championship €10,000 High Roller event surpassing last year's digits by 10! Two biggest prizepool contributors were Dzmitry Urbanovic who bought-in a total of 5 times and Vladimir Troyanovskiy with 4 buy-ins.
This allowed the payout list to expand from 4 to 5 meaning more players will finish in the money. The total prizepoll is €304,095 making it the biggest in history for a single live Open Face Chinese event.
The tournament is now in level 8 with points worth 1,000 each. So far the OFC World Championship High Roller event gathered 31 entry breaking last year's record in both the number of players and the generated prizepool.
Still in the running for the title ar the likes of Jason Mercier, Max Pescatori, Vladimir Troyanovskiy, Natasha Barbour, and Sergey Rybachenko.
The OFC World Championship €10,000 High Roller is back from the dinner break with a total of 27 entries already beating last year's record by 4, at least for now as late registration is still open. As is by the way for the €500 guaranteed online freeroll at the Tonybet poker site.
To play the free tournament and get your share of the €500 guaranteed cash, just download Tonybet Poker, go under the 'Special' tab, select the special event and enter the password Fantasyland. Good luck!