Caribbean Poker Party warm-up day 1a and 1b review

Caribbean Poker Party warm-up day 1a and 1b review

The Day 1 flights of the Caribbean Poker Party Warm-Up have been terrific entertainment, with Danish player Klaus Mortensen and Holland’s Tom Delaine leading the way in flights 1a and 1b after the final hand clicked players back to the lobby.
It’s been all change in the partypoker Caribbean Poker Party this season, with the action moving from the Baha Mar resort to the online partypoker lobby instead. Despite that, the $10 million guarantee that comes with the CPP this year between November 15th and 25th is reaching its guarantees and producing some spectacular prizepools.
It was Klaus Mortensen who ended Day 1a of the Caribbean Poker Party Warm-Up and with a half-million-dollar guarantee, there was a $500 bounty on every player’s head in the a Progressive Knockout (PKO) formatted event.
Day 1a saw 115 entries and ended with Danish player Klaus Mortensen on top, having collected an immense $4,594 in bounties and a stack of over 22 million chips.
Just 14 players would make the end of Day 1a chipcounts, with players such as Patrice Brandt (14,145,644), Jan Eric Schwippert (12,042,954), Karl-Joonatan Mets (11,398,323) turning out to be Mortensen’s closest challengers. With Canadian player Francois Billard (10,478,858) completing the top five, it was triple crown legend and partypoker ambassador Roberto Romanello who took part in the flight, but he would not make the Day 2 list, crashing out in 27th, though he did take a county with him on his way to the rail.
Day 1a Caribbean Poker Party Warm-Up Top 10 Chipcounts:

Place
Player
Country
Chips
Big Blinds

1st
Klaus Mortensen
Denmark
22,688,237
162

2nd
Patrice Brandt
United Kingdom
14,145,664
101

3rd
Jan-Eric Schwippert
Austria
12,042,954
86

4th
Karl-Joonatan Mets
Estonia
11,398,323
81

5th
Francois Billard
Canada
10,478,858
75

6th
Boris Angelov
Bulgaria
9,612,042
69

7th
Warren Aspey
United Kingdom
8,259,783
59

8th
Balconieri Robledillo
Germany
7,465,998
53

9th
Yevgeny Fidchuk
Russia
5,135,752
37

10th
Dominik Scheingraber
Germany
4,542,046
32

Day 1b saw Dutch player Tom Delaine take the chip lead into the overnight counts. With 180 entries in the field, the prizepool went past $300,000 on its way to the total guarantee of $500,000 before Sunday night’s final flight.
Delaine’s stack of 21.6 million chips exceeded his closest challengers Arunas Sapitavicius (21,090,102), Daniel Peche (17,758,000), Julien Sitbon (16,215,881) and Kim Heldermann (14,674,810), with other big names such as Barry Hutter (4,757,569) and Bryan Paris (3,786,878) also surviving to fight on Day 2. 
With partypoker seeing plenty of their ambassadors taking part, not one of the quartet of Kristen Bicknell, Anatoly Filatov, Dzmitry Urbanovich or Roberto Romanello could qualify and will be looking to fire again on Day c to make the Day seat draw.
Day 1a Caribbean Poker Party Warm-Up Top 10 Chipcounts:

Place
Player
Country
Chips
Big Blinds

1st
Tom Delaine
Netherlands
21,692,069
155

2nd
Arunas Sapitavicius
Lithuania
21,090,102
151

3rd
Daniel Peche
Austria
17,758,000
127

4th
Julien Sitbon 
United Kingdom
16,215,881
116

5th
Kim Heldermann
Denmark
14,674,810
105

6th
Ramiro Petrone
Argentina
13,080,588
93

7th
Ivan Zufic
Croatia
11,078,513
79

8th
Ognyan Dimov
Bulgaria
8,741,958
62

9th
Brock Wilson
Mexico
8,617,766
62

10th
Ednrit Geci
United Kingdom
8,484,415
61

 
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