For the Day 2 of the Golden Sun Casino in Zagreb of the Eureka Poker Tour Croatia tournament, Team PokerStars Pro Chris Moneymaker was one of the eighty five guests that will return.
The 2003 WSOP Main Event winner bested on the top of the leader board for the majority of the first session before a late slip and looked in good shape in the beginning levels on Friday. It adds roughly thirty thousand chips to his current chip stacks of fifty two thousand nine hundred.
Chris however left too quickly when he wasn’t capable of maintaining the contest all throughout the remaining days. When his pocket 10′s was cracked, that was the time when he was been beaten by Ioannis Triantafyllakis’ with A-Q in a one hundred twenty thousand pot. And Chris Moneymaker said, “overall I enjoyed this contest, I just wish I could’ve gone further,”
PokerStars qualifier Vasileios Chantzaras smashed the field on Day two to end along with a one million two hundred fifty one thousand chip stack while Chris Moneymaker’s challenge fizzled. Hungary’s Richard Bodis gathered lower than the half amount of the awesome figure landed on the 2nd place of the leader board with 530,000 chip stacks.
Chantzaras’s fifty two thousand eight hundred chip stack rising slowly after the start of the day before a pivotal hand catapulted him to the lead. The youngster have got to drag down the pot that truly worth almost 675k after coming from behind along with pocket Kings defeat Pontos Paniteleimon’s pocket rockets.
The eighty-five gamers who joined the game whittled down to just 11 gamers who’ll face against one another for the first prize on Day 3.