Hellmuth and Negreanu to play in the final of the WSOPE 2019 event
The final table of the €25 500 Mixed Games Championship at the WSOP Europe 2019 in Rozvadov has been determined. It will be one of the most stellar finals, since many famous poker stars will play in it.
Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanu, Julien Martini, Alex Livingston, Besim Hot, Benny Glaser and Dzmitry Urbanovich will fight for the gold bracelet.
Besim Hot and Dmitry Urbanovich are current tournament chipleaders. The first player is one of the most profitable players in Switzerland. For his entire career, Besim Hot has won about $1 800 000, and in 2013, he became the €10 600 NLH High Roller winner at the GCOP II in Rozvadov, having received $209 635 in prize money – this is his best live cash.
Dzmitry Urbanovich is the PartyPoker ambassador. The guy also writes his personal blog, in which he covers the latest news on the poker room and his career.
Negreanu and Hellmuth at the final table
The audience’s spotlight will be on Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu. These two guys will play at the final table of the aforementioned event in a pursuit of the gold bracelet – the sight is going to be really exciting.
In terms of trophies won, Hellmuth is a confident leader – there are 15 gold bracelets of Phil’s record, and Negreanu has only 6 such bracelets. As for the All Time Money List, the situation is completely different: Phil has won $23 000 000 in live tournaments throughout his entire career, and Negreanu has earned as much as $42 000 000.
Either way, both poker professionals will increase the rate of their winnings after this tournament, as they both are in the ITM zone. Many famous poker players did not get into the money: Phil Ivey, Anthony Zinno, Ryan Riess, Shaun Deeb, David Baker and others. The German Johannes Becker turned out to be the most unlucky since he eliminated on the bubble.
WSOPE 2019: €25 500 Mixed Games Championship table final chip counts
|Besim Hot||Switzerland||15 795 000|
|Dzmitry Urbanovich||Poland||7 425 000|
|Phil Hellmuth||USA||5 495 000|
|Daniel Negreanu||Canada||5 315 000|
|Julien Martini||France||4 475 000|
|Alex Livingston||Canada||4 005 000|
|Benny Glaser||UK||2 750 000|
The tournament will continue today at 1 PM (GMT) at blinds 40 000/80 000 and ante 120 000.