It was by far the busiest day of the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe and it very well could be the largest starting flight as Day 1f of Event #15: €550 Colossus No-Limit Hold’em attracted a total of 736 entries. Only 85 players managed to find a bag after 18 complete levels and legend Pierre Neuville finished on top of the leaderboard with 720,000 chips. Neuville has been around the poker world for, well let’s just say, awhile! Although Neuville may be creeping up there in age, now 75 years young, his poker mind is still as sharp as ever. The Belgian poker pro has already cashed in four events at the WSOP Europe and this will go down as his fifth. Neuville’s most notable recorded cash, and there are plenty of them, is from back in 2015 when he finished seventh in the WSOP Main Event for over $1.2 million. One of the highlights from Neuville’s day came when he eliminated Player of the Year contender Anthony Zinno. With three players still alive on the turn, Zinno pushed in the last of his chips with a straight and flush draw. Neuville looked him up with a better flush draw and a brick on the river meant Neuville’s king-high was good enough to win t...