Finland’s Aleksi Naski was the star of Day 1b after bagging the biggest stack of 460,500 just ahead of Italy’s Alessandro Barone who ended the day with 442,000. Both players were behind the 470,000 that the 2018 Battle of Malta champion Julien Stropoli advanced with on Day 1a with Day 1a chip leader Tayfun Rodoplu still holding a substantial lead on the field after advancing with 900,000 on Day 1a.
Day 1b attracted 310 entries to bring the total up to 464 when taking into account the 154 entries on Day 1a. In addition, there are now 70 players that advanced to Day 2 including 23 on Day 1a and another 47 during tonight’s Day 1b.
We will be back on the floor tomorrow for another exciting day starting at 1 p.m. In the meantime, check out the final Day 1b chip counts below, and have a great evening.
|Joao De Brito||295,000|
|Miguel Cuevas Fernandez||173,000|
|Aniello Delli Santi||107,000|