WSOPE 2021: Tobias Peters & Bjorn Verbakel with big stacks to Day 2 of €550 PLO

While the WSOP in Las Vegas is still going on, last weekend, the World Series of Poker Europe started at the King's Casino in Rozvadov. This location is a lot easier to get to these times, and it showed in the opening weekend. The necessary Dutch were in action, and they were not without success. Tobias Peters and Bjorn Verbakel played their way to Day 2 of the WSOPE €550 Pot-Limit Omaha with big stacks.

WSOPE 2021

The World Series of Poker Europe 2021 kicked off last Friday with the opening day of the €350 NLH Opener. This tournament saw dozens of Dutch players in action and saw cash for the likes of Rino Tee, Tobias Peters, Leonardo Armino, Zhong Cheng, and Farukh Tach.

Niels de Moree was the best Dutchman in place 36. A winner will be crowned in this tournament today when the last twenty players return to the final day. Belgian Levent Efe still has a chance at victory, as he starts Day 3 eighth in chips.

WSOPE Event #2: €550 PLO

Last Saturday was the first starting day of the €550 Pot-Limit Omaha at the WSOP Europe. A total of 199 entries were made, of which nineteen eventually managed to make it to the next day. Bjorn Verbakel cashed on Day 1a when he was eliminated on the 22nd for €1,003. On Sunday, he made another attempt on Day 1b and was not without success. You can watch games at new online casinos in India.

The second day of action saw 424 players participate, bringing the total field to 623 players. Verbakel had a fantastic day and managed to finish the day with 609,000 chips, good for second place on the leaderboard. Tobias Peters is also at the top of the leaderboard of this WSOPE event with 483,000 chips.

WSOPE 2021

The third and final Dutchman to join the final 62 players in action this afternoon is David Hu. He finished the opening day with 200,000 chips. Belgian Ken Beckers also has an excellent starting position at the start of Day 2. In one of the last hands of the day, he scored a massive double up to 551,000 chips when he won from Ioannis Papadopoulos with a street against top set.