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Battle of Malta Main Event: Day 2

OlyBet Last Longer kicks off at the Battle of Malta ME: Day 2

Poker OlyBet Poker 10.10.2022

The Battle of Malta 2022 Autumn Edition Main Event attracted many players across the world. At the start of Day 3, less than 5% of the field is remaining, and 11 players are representing OlyBet Poker.

The Main Event exceeded expectations with a huge turnout of players. Through six starting days of the €555 Main Event, poker enthusiasts bought in a total of 4,342 times, creating a prize pool of €2,084,160, well over the €1M GTD.

Last night, 650 players returned to Day 2. Each of them already had a guaranteed min-cash of €1,000, yet everyone was dreaming about the title and the €302,000 top prize. A total of 208 advanced to Day 3, which started Monday at 14:00 local time.

At the start of Day 2, OlyBet Poker introduced a special offer for players from Finland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. Players had to put on OlyBet patches, and the last man standing would win a €1,100 ticket to the Kings of Tallinn 2023 Main Event, which will take place end of February next year. Thirty-four players decided to join this promotion. The Day 2 barrier was too high for many of them, but 11 OlyBet players managed to survive Day 2 and returned to the tables on Monday afternoon. 

Finland’s Toivo Rinne is in the best situation with 890,000 chips, which grants him the 24th starting position among Day 3 players. His fellow Finns Timo Ruuska (638,000) and Henri Juutilainen (446,000) are also returning to the fight.

Day 3 saw the return of six Estonians: Taivo Sillaste (814,000), Marko Keskel (729,000), Kaspar Vallisaar (575,000), Magnus Pukk (458,000), Tarmo Tammel (263,000) and Ruben Rahumägi (220,000). While Kaspar and Tarmo are not in the OlyBet Last longer, the other four are eyeing a €1,100 Kings of Tallinn ticket as an additional prize.

Three Latvians entered Day 2, and two are still in contention – Maksims Azarjancs (284,000) and Benjamins Fonarjovs (200,000). Three Lithuanians came back today, with Lukas Stankevičius (488,000) and Kasparas Klezys (309,000) wearing OlyBet patches, while Mantas Petrauskas (625,000) is fighting for the Battle of Malta prizes only.

You can find the OlyBet Last Longer photo gallery on the OlyBet Poker Facebook page, and you can watch a Day 3 live stream on the OlyBet Poker Twitch channel.

Players who busted out during the Battle of Malta €555 Main Event Day 2:

221. Andres Leppik (Estonia) – €1,650
230. Pekka Ikonen (Finland) – €1,650
242. Rain Mölderkivi (Estonia) – €1,650
244. Algirdas Saveikis (Lithuania) – €1,650
247. Toivo Ojasoo (Estonia) – €1,650
252. Roland Luik (Estonia) – €1,500
258. Dmitri Dudakov (Estonia) – €1,500
269. Paulius Kamaitis (Lithuania) – €1,500
270. Eduard Kruglov-Arutiunian (Estonia) – €1,500
272. Aurimas Stanevičius (Lithuania) – €1,500
286. Risto Pärnat (Estonia) – €1,500
298. Martynas Miliauskas (Lithuania) – €1,500
306. Aivar Roze (Estonia) – €1,400
326. Madis Ormisson (Estonia) – €1,400
334. Elvijs Kučeruks (Latvia) – €1,400
352. Marius Morel (Estonia) – €1,400
353. Marius Jankauskas (Lithuania) – €1,400
393. Martin Klaar (Estonia) – 1,300
394. Daiva Byrne (Lithuania) – €1,300
417. Luka Sorainen (Finland) – €1,200
422. Tomas Pinkevičius (Lithuania) – 1,200
448. Kęstutis Parfionovas (Lithuania) – €1,200
464. Mati Pirn (Estonia) – €1,200
524. Hannes Praks (Estonia) – €1,100
538. Alar Hõim (Estonia) – €1,100
572. Mantas Urbonas (Lithuania) – €1,000
603. Anne Bezdek (Finland) – €1,000
606. Virgo Laansoo (Estonia) – €1,000


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