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Posted on 04 Nov, 2023
By Mrinal Gujare
On 04 Nov, 2023
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By Mrinal Gujare
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WSOPE 2023: Sokratis Linaras Ships The Mini Main Event


Update: WSOPE 2023 Mini Main Event

The coveted Mini Main Event at the WSOPE 2023 was shipped by Sokratis Linaras for a sum of 310,350. This poker player from Greece had the sixth highest chip stack when the final table was set with eight players. Linaras took home the biggest piece of the €1,971,060 prize pool. The runner-up was the final table chip leader Daniel Lehmann. The Norwegian player took home a pay cheque of €183,850.

Final Table Payouts

Place Player Country Prize (in EUR)
1 Sokratis Linaras Greece €310,350
2 Daniel Lehmann Norway €183,850
3 Jamel Ghizaoui France €136,750
4 Omar Eljach Sweden €103,350
5 Bayar Saran Mongolia €79,650
6 Georges Chehade Lebanon €62,550
7 Aleksej Grenz Germany €50,050
8 Francis Klar Germany €40,195

The much awaited World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) 2023 has the Mini Main Event set with its final eight players. Norwegian poker player Daniel Lehmann is leading the final eight with 49,325,000 chips (82 BB) in his hands. Event #3: €1,350 Mini Main Event of the WSOPE 2023 saw 1,729 entries registered and Day 3 had 58 survivors fighting for a spot on the final table. 

The final prize pool of this marquee tournament stands at €2,000,000. The €1,350 buy-in event has the final table contenders locking up a payday of €40,950 and a ticket to the WSOPE 2023 Main Event. The first place finisher will grab a pay cheque of €310,350 and a shiny new WSOPE 2023 bracelet. 

Day 4 of the WSOPE 2023 Mini Main Event at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, will see the final eight players resume the game with an eye on the coveted title. The WSOPE 2022 Main Event winner Omar Eljach is also in contention for the top spot. 


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He will bring the sixth highest stack of 14,500,000 chips to slog hard for the title and bracelet. Eljach had just a few days ago claimed the a title in Event #2: €550 Pot Limit Omaha 8-Max. With the Mini Main Event, the Swedish player will look to up his bracelet tally to three.

French poker player Jamel Ghizaoui is second in chips with a stack of 35,200,000 to battle it out against the other final table contenders. The action on Day 4 for the live streamed final table has 15:34 minutes remaining in Level 34. This level has blinds of 300,000/600,000, big blind ante 600,000. 

The crucial question remains if the final table chip lead continues to dominate the game or will he fall at the hands of another contender. For more news and updates, keep reading GutshotMagazine.com. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Telegram.

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