Get Ready for Day 1b and 1c of the 2019 Unibet Open Sinaia €1,100 Main Event

The esports Battle Royale XII participants will be in action today

The special ski-edition to kick off the 2019 Unibet Open season has attracted a field of 120 entries for Day 1a of the €1,100 Main Event, of which 56 hopefuls bagged up chips, and a bumper field of more than 200 entries is expected for the second regular flight. Day 1b will get underway at 3 p.m. local time at the New Montana Hotel and the turbo heat 1c with single re-entry for all those that busted previously wraps up the Main Event schedule with 20-minute levels as of 10 p.m. local time.

Among those expected to join the action in the hours to come are the Unibet Poker ambassadors such as Daiva Byrne, Monica Vaka, Espen Uhlen Jorstad, Ian Simpson and Dara O’Kearney, as well as most of the esports streamers that took part in the esports Battle Royale XII. Especially John "Swifty" Pyle will be one to look out for after his victory in the Tag Team Championship alongside ambassador Alexandre Reard. The American followed that up with a second place finish in the Battle Royale competition, which was won by Kevin "Rotterdam" van der Kooi.

2019 Unibet Open Sinana Main Event Schedule

DayDateTimeEntriesSurvivorsFurther Information
Day 1aFebruary 13th, 201915:0012056Play eight levels of 60 minutes, late reg six levels, 60-min dinner break after level four
Day 1bFebruary 14th, 201915:00tbatbaPlay eight levels of 60 minutes, late reg six levels, 60-min dinner break after level four
Day 1cFebruary 14th, 201922:00tbatbaPlay eight levels of 20 minutes, late reg six levels, re-entry for bustouts of 1a/1b
Day 2February 15th, 201915:00tbatbaPlay eight levels of 60 minutes each, money bubble will burst
Day 3February 16th, 201914:00tbatbaPlay down to a final table
Final DayFebruary 17th, 2019tbatbatbaLevel duration 45 minutes with six remaining, 30 minutes long when three remain

Both of today’s starting days will feature eight levels in total and the late registration remains open until the start of level seven. Day 1b will have levels of 60 minutes each and a 60-minute dinner break at the end of level four, while the turbo heat 1c features 20-minute levels with a single break before bagging and tagging.

Main Event Day 1 Level Structure

LevelSmall BlindBig BlindBig Blind Ante

The PokerNews live reporting team will be on the floor to provide all the action and you can also watch the live stream action with hole cards displayed on the feature table on a security delay of 30 minutes on the Unibet Poker Twitch channel.