The 2019 World Series of Poker has returned to King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic for the third consecutive year, with the series starting on October 13th. Players have until November 4th to compete in the series stop, with the €10,350 Main Event in full swing. Day 4 has started with 42 players, after 541 registered to compete. Everyone is vying to be the last player standing in the hopes of claiming WSOP gold.

Day 4 Plans:

Day 4 will see six more 90-minute levels taking place with a 15 minute break scheduled for each level. A dinner break will last for one hour and take place after the fourth level of play is completed. Players will continue in the event from Level 20 with 12,000 small blind and 24,000 big blind. The big blind ante is set at 24,000.

According to Pokernews

The PokerGO live stream will start during the fourth level so fans and other players can watch the action. The live streaming service provides an inside look as players work to stay in the competition and make it to the next round of poker play.

Chip leader going into Day 4 is Julien Martini who holds just over 5.9m in chips. His closest competitor is Dario Sammartino, who holds 3,897,000 in his stack.

Event #13 Results:

One of the latest events of the WSOPE stop to finish before the Main Event got started was Event #13. The €2,500 Short Deck tournament was won by Kahle Burns, who defeated Manig Loeser in heads-up play to claim the win. With the first-place finish, Burns was able to claim his second WSOP bracelet of the series.