Tournament Director Thomas Lamatsch and his team counted up all the entries this morning and once they had the total prize pool, worked out the payouts.
The total of 664 entries created a prize pool of €664,000. A total of 95 players will finish in the money with a min cash earning €2,000. If a player makes the final table of eight they’ll be guaranteed €12,770 and the winner will take home €119,200. For a full breakdown of prizes click here.
Of the 664 entries, 529 were unique players. With Rozvadov being so close the German border, German players dominated with 243 players (46% of the field). The Czech Republic (51) and Poland (49) respectively were second and third on the list. A pie chart illustration of the nationalities represented can be seen below:
A total of 58 players busted throughout the first frantic level of the day. Some of those to depart included:
Arsenii Karmatckii, Justus Held, Marek Bartoszewicz, Erich Kollmann, Bastian Dohler, Yehuda Cohen, Tim Reusch, Kolman Malamud, Piotr Weryszko, Daniel Rose, Pascal Scheiperpeter, Patryk Wladyslaw Poterek, Bartosz Piesiewicz, Francis Alfred Klar, Leonardo Armino, Jörg Peisert, Christian Schwenk, Lukasz Mroczek, Timo Salvatore Scarcella, Matthias Gude, Dzmitry Urbanovich, Mateusz Mlynarczyk and Robert Zipf.
Eureka Rozvadov Key Facts:
– Players began with 25,000 chips (an increase from Season 4’s 20,000)
– 255 players started Day 2
– Nine one-hour levels make up Day 2 and play will finish around 1am
– 95 players will make the money and earn at least €2k
– Total number of entries was a record 664