The Irish Open is an essential stop on the world tour for Dutchman Sandro Pitzanti, off to Monaco after this.
“I end today, with 1.6 million, I think that will be enough [to keep the chip lead],” Pitzanti said, looking relaxed, the bright sun shining on the idyllic picnic tables just outside. A man of confidence.
The tournament clock is showing the number of entries up to 2,004. We are starting at 600-1,200 with an ante of 1,200. That means those who bought in to start the day are kicking off with 25 big blinds.
Cards are in the air.