Zinno Continues to Chase WPT History

 Zinno Continues to Chase WPT History

Day 2 of the WPT Amsterdam Main Event at the Holland Casino has ended with 65 players still clinging to the hope that they will be a WPT Champions Club member. 341 entrants created a total prize pool of €992,310.

The man who will lead the field when we return for Day 3 will be Joep van der Bijgaart. He bagged up 438,000 chips, after firing four bullets, and leads a series of big stacks including Barrie Pietersz (367,500), Giacomo Fundaro (312,000), Jason Wheeler (278,000) and Guy Goosens (271,500).

Other notables still in with a chance of winning a WPT title are Scott Davies (215,000), Noah Boeken (69,500), Andrew Chen (61,000), David Yan (238,000), Sorel Mizzi (254,000) and WPT Champions Club member Giacomo Fundaro (312,000) The group of players who are in line to win four WPT titles is an exclusive one. There is nobody in it. Anthony Zinno bagged up 116,000 chips and will hope to fill that void. Players who were less fortunate include WPT Champions Club members Yevgeny Timoshenko and Dominik Nitsche.

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Final figures:

Total: 341

Day 1A: 130 entries

Day 1B: 194 entries

Day 2: 17

Prizepool after deductions: €992,310

Video Coverage: Bryn Kenney was the star of today’s video. WPT Royal Flush Girls Dalia and Jeannie challenged the poker pro at the Ellen Degeneres heads up game. Watch the full video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GH6_sqcqz5Y

Full live updates: As always the hand for hand action plus pro interviews can be found on WPT.com.

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