Adrian Mateos continued his good run on Day 4 of the Main Event of the 2013 WSOP Europe as he lead the final six with a chip strength of 3,781,000 chips. Mateos consolidated on his lead into Day 3 by eliminating players including 24th, 7th and 8th placed Ludovic Lacay, Shannon Shorr and Andrei Konopelko. Day 2 Leader Dominik Kitsche is second in chip lead but has far lesser stack with 2,354,000 chips.
Day 4 started with 24 players in contention but those crashing out in the money soon included Jordan Cristos, Ludovic Lacay and WSOP Bracelet winner Jeremy Ausmus. Lacay was second in chip lead behind the 19 year old German Mateos when the day began but was the first to hit the rail giving Mateos a huge chip lead.
Meanwhile the 2013 WSOP Europe High Roller Event also kicked off in Paris and Day 2 saw Philipp Gruissem emerging in chip lead over the 62 players who started the tournament. 13 players now remain including poker pros like Erik Seidel, Phil Laak and Daniel Negreanu who is chasing the WSOP Player of the Year award. Gruissem is far ahead in chip lead with 1,296,000 chips but all eyes remain on ‘kid poker’ who needs a final table finish to accumulate enough points to the win the WSOP Player of the year honour.
The final table of 2013 WSOP Europe Main Event:
- Adrian Mateos – 3,781,000
- Dominik Nitsche – 2,354,000
- Fabrice Soulier – 1,871,000
- Benny Spindler – 1,748,000
- Ravi Raghavan – 898,000
- Jerome Huge – 637,000