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⚔️ Warriors Main Event ✍️ Live Blog (ENG)

Updated: 5 hours ago



After over a month, EuroRounders comes back to GCPoker Room in Bendern, Liechtenstein, with the Warriors Main Event featuring CHF 200,000 GTD and CHF 50,000 GTD for the winner.


In the last edition, which concluded on March 12th, Claudio Piceci took home the Club with a handsome first prize of 40,000 Swiss francs after making a deal among the final four players.


Report Day1 A - CLICK HERE


Report Day1 B - CLICK HERE


Report Day1 C - CLICK HERE


Report Day1 D - CLICK HERE


Report Day1 E - CLICK HERE


Report Day1 F - CLICK HERE


Report Day1 G - CLICK HERE


Report Day2 - CLICK HERE


Mon15 July - 03:00 - Stefanos Spanidis is Day2 chip leader!



Stefano Spanidis, from Greece, is the chip leader of DAY2, with 4,650,000 chips accumulated. All the details, photos, and the interview with the chip leader can be found in the daily report at THIS LINK.


Mon15 July - 02:00 - End of the 10th level of play, Spanidis still in the lead!



The tenth level of play on Day 2 of The Warriors Main Event is about to conclude, with 25 players still in the running to secure a pass for the Final Day. Currently, the game is at level 25,000-50,000 with a 50,000 ante.


After this level, the blinds will increase to 30,000-60,000 with a 60,000 ante, and the average stack is 1,320,000 chips. At the tables, the stacks are very tight, with Stefanos Spanidis (approximately 3.5M) leading as the only player with over 3,000,000 chips.


Romanian Covaciu, the chip leader of Day 1G, stands out, while Natale Polizzotto (the chip leader of Day 1B) and Pedram Khodaparast (the chip leader of Day 1D) are holding on. Stefano Iolli remains in the upper part of the count with just over 2 million.





Mon15 July - 00:30 - Stefanos Spanidis ahead at the 8th level!



We have reached the eighth level of play here at the GC Poker Room, with 42 players still in the running to secure a pass for tomorrow's Final Day, aiming to grab the trophy and a prize of 50,000 francs.


Currently, the blinds are 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 ante, and the average stack is 800,000 chips. There is still one more level to play for another 10 minutes before the third break of the day.


The chip leader at the moment, with over 1,700,000 chips, is Stefanos Spanidis (pic above), followed by Stefano Iolli, seated next to him with 1,650,000. Also above the 1,500,000 mark is Agustin Iancu Ratiu (pic below).



Sun 14 July - 22:45 - 68 left at the 6th level



We are in the midst of the sixth level of play here at the GC Poker Room for Day 2 of The Warriors Main Event, with 68 players still in the running. 


The blinds are 8,000/16,000 with a 16,000 ante, and the average stack is 490,000 chips. 


At the end of this level, in about 30 minutes, the remaining players will enjoy a 10-minute break before resuming play for the next six levels or until reaching the 24 Left phase.



Sun 14 July - 20:30 - "Bonne Chance" is the bubble-woman!



After almost an hour of playing in hand-for-hand mode, the bubble burst at The Warriors Main Event Day 2. It was a rather long wait, with many short stacks in play and just as many showdowns won by the underdogs.


With 111 paid positions for minimum cash of 655 francs, positions 113 and 112 are occupied by Santo Silvano Hauser and the player Bonne Chance, which is her nickname. Unfortunately for them, the money zone remained out of reach. Everyone else can now enjoy a well-deserved 30-minute dinner break, which was delayed to wait for the bubble to burst, coinciding with the start of the European football championships final.


At the resumption of play, the blinds will increase to 6,000/12,000 with a 12,000 ante, and the average stack will be 310,000 chips. Right after the bubble burst, there were four more eliminations, so when play resumes, 107 players will take their seats in the secondary room of the GC Poker Room.




Sun 14 July - 18:00 - Day2 is now underway!



Day 2 of The Warriors Main Event has just started, with 160 players at the starting line, blinds at 2,000/5,000, ante 5,000, and an average stack of around 215,000 chips. There will be 3 levels of play before a 30-minute break.


Here's the final payout:




Sun 14 July - 17:40 - Paul Adrian Covaciu ahead on Day1 G!



Paul Adrian Covaciu takes the lead on Day1 F with slightly more than 600K and is the day's chip leader! All details will be shown in our daily report at THIS LINK.


Sun 14 July - 17:00 - Late reg ended!



With the closure of Late Registration for the 1G Speed of The Warriors Main Event, we have the final number of participants: 891 total entries in the seven qualifying flights held.


Currently, 46 players compete for a pass to Day 2, with two levels of play remaining (including the current one) at blinds 2000-4000 and ante-4000 and an average stack of 120,000.




Sun 14 July - 13:00 - Day1 G Speed begins!


Day 1F of The Warriors' Main Event has just begun here at the GC Poker Room in Bendern, Liechtenstein. This is the last chance for players not yet qualified for Day 2 to secure a spot and return this afternoon at 5:30 PM.


The starting stack is 40,000 chips, with 20-minute levels and blinds starting at 100/200. Let’s go!


Sun 14 July - 03:00 - Alexander Rydz ahead of the count on Day1 F



Day 1F ends with Alexander Rydz leading the count with 336,000 chips accumulated. All the details of the day just passed, including an interview with the chip leader and photos, are available at THIS LINK.


Sun 14 July - 01:00 - Last levels of the day!



Last game levels here at the GC Poker Room in Bendern, Liechtenstein, for Day 1F of The Warriors Main Event, which currently has 87 entries with Late Registration still open for the current level, the eleventh, with blinds at 1,500-3,000 and an ante of 3,000.


At the moment, there are still 38 players engaged at the tables, who will enjoy a 10-minute break at the end of the current level before returning to the room for the last two levels of play. There is no chip leader prize today.



Sat 13 July - 22:30 - Antonio Iannei is Day1 E chip leader!



Day 1E ended with 113 entries and 21 qualifiers for Day 2. The best performer today was the Italian Antonio Iannei, with 543,000 chips.


All the details, including an interview with the chip leader and photos of the day, are available in our daily report at THIS LINK.


Sat 13 July - 20:30 - 29 left on Day1 E, dinner break on Day1 F!




We have reached the eleventh level of play on Day 1 E of The Warriors Main Event, and there are still 31 players competing to secure a spot for Day 2. At the end of this level, there will be the last 10-minute break of the day. Currently, the blinds are 1500/3000, ante 3000, with an average stack of 145,000 chips, while the entry counter has surpassed 110.


On the opposite side of the room, Day 1 F is taking place, with 62 entries so far, and 50 players still engaged at the tables. They are in the fifth level of play, with blinds at 400/800, ante 800, and an average stack of 50,000 chips. At the end of the level, the survivors will enjoy a 30-minute dinner break.




Sat 13 July - 18:30 - Day1 F begins, over 100 entries on Day1 E!



Here at the GC Poker Room, the room has started to fill up as Day 1F, the second flight scheduled for today, has just begun with 32 entries and 31 players still in the game.


On the opposite side of the room, Day 1E already has over 100 entries with 57 players still in the game at blinds of 600-1200 and an ante of 1200. At the end of the next level of play, in addition to the current one, the players will take a 10-minute break.




Sat 13 July - 16:15 - Almost 100 entries at the 5th level!



The fifth level of play is underway, with blinds at 400-800 and an ante of 800. Out of 93 entries, 66 players remain, a relatively high number compared to previous days at the same level of play.


The average stack is around 56,000 chips. There will be one more level, the sixth, after which there will be the second break of the day, this time for 30 minutes. Stay tuned!




Sat 13 July - 15:00 - First break!



There are already over 70 entries in Day 1E, which is currently taking place with 58 players still in the game and an average stack slightly above the starting stack, 45K compared to the 40K starting stack.


The third level of play is about to end with blinds at 200-400 and an ante of 400, after which the players will take a ten-minute break.





Sat 13 July - 13:00 - Day1 E begins!



The most intense phase of The Warriors Main Event has just begun with Day 1E at the GC Poker Room in Bendern, Liechtenstein, and will continue this afternoon with the second flight of the day, Day 1F.


40,000 starting chips, 40-minute levels, and blinds of 100-200 starting from the first level of play. Dealers, let's shuffle up and deal!


Sat 13 July - 03:15 - 🇨🇭 Pedram Khodaparast is Day1 D chip leader!



Pedram Khodaparast is the chip leader at Day 1D with over 700,000 chips, earning his entry to the WPT Championship Main Event, which will be held at the Wynn in Las Vegas this coming December.


For all the details on the day just concluded, we refer you to the usual Daily Report, which you can find at THIS LINK.


Sat 13 July - 02:00 - 3-way deal at PLO Side Event!



The PLO Warriors 8max side event has concluded, awarding prizes to the top 5 finishers. The top 3 agreed to a monetary deal based on the ICM.


The winner is Siegfried Stoss, taking home 2,020 francs, followed by Jack H. in second place with a prize of 1,720 francs, and Danny James Quartermine in third, earning 1,205 francs. Below is the complete list of the five players in the money.



🥇 Siegfried Stoss CHF2,020

🥈 Jack H. CHF1,720

🥉 Danny James Quartermaine CHF1,220

4. Clemens Hugo Riede CHF965

5. Dieter Good CHF250


Sat 13 July - 00:30 - 10th level of play with 50 left!



We are in the midst of the tenth level of play, with blinds at 1000-2500, ante 2500, and 47 players remaining out of 133 entries contending for a pass to Day 2 on Sunday.


The average stack is 113,000 chips, and play will continue for two levels (including the current one) before the final break of the day.


We remind you that, thanks to the Jeep Leader Bonuses Feature, the action will undoubtedly be lively in the final stages of the day. Stay tuned!




Fri 12 July - 23:00 - Third break!



It is the third break of the day for the 68 players still in Day 1D of The Warriors Main Event with blinds at 800-1600 ante 1600.


In 10 minutes, play will resume with blinds at 1200-2000 and an average stack of 82.000 chips.


Fri 12 July - 21:00 - Dinner break!



It is now time for a 30-minute dinner break for the 65 players still in Day 1D of the Warriors Main Event, which currently has 96 entries after five levels of play.


The action will resume at level 6, with blinds at 500/1000 ante 1000 and an average stack of 60,000 chips compared to the initial 40,000. Stay tuned!


Fri 12 July - 19:00 - 55 entries at the beginning of the 3rd level!



The first two levels of the game have just passed, and so far, there have been 55 entries with 52 players still in the game at levels 200-400 ante-400. The average stack is 42,000, just 2,000 chips above the starting stack of 40,000.


Another level will be played before the first 10-minute break of the day, after which the action will resume at level 300-600 ante-600. We remind everyone that the chip leader will be awarded a $10,000 ticket for the WPT World Championship today.



Fri 12 July - 17:30 - Day1 D is now underway!



The fourth flight scheduled just began here at GCPoker Room in Bendern, Liechtenstein. 40K stack and 40-minute levels plus a 10K WPT World Championship ticket awarded for the day's chip leader! Let's shuffle up and deal!


Fri 12 July - 03:00 - Jesus Luis Tiago Alexandre is Day1 C chip leader!



Jesús Luis Thiago Alexandre from Portugal is the chip leader on Day 1C. Thanks to his excellent performance, he accumulated 790,000 chips, earning the 5,000 francs reserved for the chip leader.


Two Swiss players, Stefan Kasper and Dritan Kaleci, won the second and third positions, respectively, with 3,000 and 2,000 francs. Our daily report, which includes photos, an interview with the chip leader, and much more, can be found at THIS LINK.


Fri 12 July - 01:30 - Last break and over 140 entries!



Fantastic numbers have been recorded here at the GCPoker Room for Day 1C of The Warriors' Main Event, with 143 entries at the end of the eleventh level of play. There are still 40 players battling it out at the tables, with blinds at 1,500/3,000 and an ante of 3,000.


After the last 10-minute break, the blinds will increase to 2,000/4,000 with an ante of 4,000. The average stack is 130,000 chips, and we are ready to experience the final phase of this day. Let's not forget that the chip leader bonuses feature will ensure plenty of excitement, especially in the last hands of play. Stay tuned!