The field of over a thousand players is now complete, and Haritz Ugartemendia is in the lead after Day 1.

We have another “piece” of the tournament courtesy of Winamax. In the Gran Casino de Aranjuez, over a thousand people are participating in the Main Event of the Winamax Poker Tour.

A total of 1,040 players entered the event before it concluded for the day yesterday, a number that demonstrates the dominance of the French room.

Levels for Day 1D began at 14.00h and lasted for 30 minutes. There were 521 entrants, 20 blind levels were played, and 87 players, headed by Haritz Ugartemendia, made it to the conclusion of the day with chips (1,047,000 points). WIPs Ander Mirambell (221,000 points) and Breixo Fernandez (218,000 points) were among the first-round cutoff list of participants in this Event (119,000).

Day 1D Levels in Turbo began at 20.00h and lasted for 15 minutes. There were 137 entrants in this final preliminary flight, 20 blind levels were played, and 24 players made it through.

Here are the totals for everyone who signed up and everyone who made it through the first several flights:

Day 1A statistics: 119 participants, 20 remaining.

Day 1B statistics: 218 entrants, 35 finishers.

Day 1C Turbo competition: 45 participants, 8 finishers.

There were a total of 521 entrants on Day 1D, with 87 making it through unscathed.

There were 137 participants on Day 1E Turbo, and 24 made it.

Day 2 of the event will begin at 13.00h, with levels lasting 40 minutes, and the final field of 1,040 participants will compete.

Seats for Day 2 will be drawn at this time.

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  • This text provides information about the ongoing Main Event of the Winamax Poker Tour taking place at the Gran Casino de Aranjuez, with over a thousand participants. It highlights the dominance of Winamax as a French room and provides details about the number of entrants and remaining players from each day’s competition.

  • The text provides a detailed overview of the Main Event of the Winamax Poker Tour at the Gran Casino de Aranjuez, highlighting the number of participants, levels played, and players who made it through each day. It also sets the stage for Day 2 of the event with the final field of 1,040 participants competing.

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