The PokerStars.es EPT Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller got going today, drawing in a field of 89 players (73 one of a kind players and 16 re-passages), with numerous notables among the contestants who played eight hour long levels on Day 1. A year ago 99 passages were made into the occasion, however enlistment stays open till begin of play on Day 2, with the goal that record may even now get broken.
Prior to the day's play got in progress, it was reported that the proposed payout changes, from 15 percent to 20 percent, were to be switched for this competition, and the up and coming €25,000 Single-Day High Roller. This was because of input from players, and as an extra stride, players were requested that round out a survey viewing payout structures as they sat down in the Super High Roller.
There was no moderate begin to this competition, with upwards of 20 players sitting down for the direct of the day. The field was pressed brimming with a portion of the world's best High Roller players, including two-time €50,000 High Roller Champion Steve O'Dwyer, Mike McDonald, Rainer Kempe, Fedor Holz, and Anthony Zinno.
As the day went on, they were joined by different notables, including guarding champion Sylvain Loosli, 2016 November Niner Vojtech Ruzicka, and PokerStars Team Pro and 2016 WSOP Player of the Year Jason Mercier. Every one of them got a fresh 250,000 beginning stack to work with.
Timothy Adams is additionally among the pioneers and has been up among the main three chip means the vast majority of the day. He disposed of Akin Tuna, Vojtech Ruzicka and Jannis Brauer on his approach to packing up 877,000. Jean-Noel Thorel (1,075,000) is likewise among the enormous stacks.
Different names staying in the field incorporate Erik Seidel (552,000), Nick Petrangelo (496,000), who effectively won the €10,000 opening occasion here in Barcelona, Sylvain Loosli (460,000), Rainer Kempe (429,000), Anthony Zinno (325,000), Mustapha Kanit (250,000), Max Silver (226,000), and Mike McDonald (195,000).
Play continues tomorrow at 12.30pm neighborhood time, and PokerNews live redesigns will be there to catch all the key activity as it happens. Players can join right till begin of play on Day 2, so a seat draw and prize pool data will be discharged when play is back in progress. A full rundown of chip include can be found the live reporting segment. Daniel Negreanu may well be one of the players entering before Day 2 begins, as he wasn't feeling too great on Day 1 and chose not to play. He tweeted he means on entering tomorrow morning.