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And it indeed is an international line-up as all nine contenders hail from different countries. After a late surge on the final table bubble, Brazil's Brunno Botteon emerged as the chip leader with a stack of 10,,, followed by Portugal's online poker prodigy Manuel "robocup" Ruivo 6,, and Damian Salas 5,, as the only other players above the current average.
The only unknown finalist thus far is " fullbabyfull ", who uses the flag of Liechtenstein on GGPoker and made it through with a stack of 4,, Austria's Hannes "BlackFortuna" Speiser has a rather straight forward travel itinerary and claimed 3,, to his name closely followed by Dominykas "MickeyMouse" Mikolaitis 3,, and Ramon "Ritza" Miquel Munoz 3,, Separated by a fraction of a big blind at the bottom of the leaderboard are China's Peiyuan "fish" Sun 2,, and Stoyan "UncleToni" Obreshkov 2,, It didn't take long for the first tables to break as the survivors throughout three starting days were reduced at a rapid pace early on.
The money bubble itself didn't include any showdown, as China's Zhiao "KingChips" He was sitting out and didn't return in time to see his final hand to become the last participant without anything to show for.
Moments later the first table broke in the money with Ronit "Songjoy" Chamani, Javier Gomez, and Viacheslav Buldygin all settling for a min-cash.
Things never really slowed down during that stage and three-way all-ins were no rarity. Antoine Saout, Christopher "Mangudai" Frank and Severin "itymnp" Schleser all vanished within minutes and Norway's Ruben "Sjokomelk" Gravlien, who was near the top of the leaderboard for an extended period of time, departed to set up the final five tables.
The only former WSOP bracelet winner still in contention by then was Ireland's Toby "shinerrr" Joyce, who lost a flip with ace-king versus jacks and bowed out in 32nd place.
Day 1b chip leader Blaz Zerjav and Day 1a chip leader Julian "VWgunther" Menhardt were eliminated in 25th and 24th place, respectively, and accomplished Norwegian poker pro Preben Stokkan was the next high profile casualty right after.
Down to the final two tables, Diego "Ushuaia1" Zeiter lost a flip with king-jack suited versus pocket tens to settle for 18th place. What followed can only be described as a highly entertaining roller coaster ride of emotions for nearly all remaining hopefuls.