Four tables are open and before we head to the next break, we’re updating all the lineups and counts – starting with Table 1.
Across the first few days of Poker Masters Online: PLO action, chip leaders have established themselves early – even hitting the 1,000,000 chip mark on occasion.
Today has so far featured a bit of a different pace. Bengt Sonnert and Jens Kyllonen are each near 300,000. That mark is good enough to pace the field, with the rest of Event #7 stuck near a starting stack.
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The first break of the day is here and there are two full tables in action. Registration hasn’t been a problem so far this week – both $500,000 and $1,000,000 guarantees have been hit – and we expect seats to fill out over the next few levels.
Huge guaranteed prize pools aren’t the only thing up for grabs during Poker Masters Online: Pot Limit Omaha. The highest point scorer across the entire series will also win $50,000 and the Poker Masters Purple Jacket®.
Through three HIGH events, Britain’s Marcello Marigliano leads the way with 280 points. Jonathan Depa, Jesper Hougaard, and Jens Kyllonen are all above 200 points, with Andras Nemeth rounding out the top five.
Four players from the top ten are active in Event #7 and we expect to see a majority enter at some point before Level 8.
The Event #7 field has increased through the first half of Level 1 and there are now 11 players across two tables.
A complete list of the early entrants and their chip counts is provided below:
Poker Masters Online: Pot Limit Omaha is back underway and the $500,000 guaranteed Event #7 just began with 7 players.
Just like the first three days of action – blinds will increase every 25 minutes and late registration will close after Level 8. Day 1 will conclude at the end of Level 15.
Poker Central will provide updates, commentary, and screenshots over the next six and a half hours as Poker Masters Online: Pot Limit Omaha coverage continues with Event #7.
Poker Masters Online: Pot Limit Omaha nears the midway point with Wednesday’s Event #7 $10,000 High Roller. Yesterday, the first $25,000 buy-in event of the series easily hit the guarantee and another $500,000 prize pool is up for grabs today.
The PLO-only online series will feature a total of 29 two-day events with buy-ins ranging from $500 to $50,000. Poker Masters Online: Pot Limit Omaha will also award $50,000 and a special edition Purple Jacket® to the series champion.
Poker Central and PokerGO will be your home for everything PMO: Pot Limit Omaha. Daily live reporting can be found right here with final table streams on PokerGO. Stay tuned for updates from Event #7 – $500,000 GTD Super High Roller starting at 7:00 PM BST/2:00 PM EST/11:00 AM EST.
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