After the first part of the first round two weeks ago, on 31 October was the second part of the first round of the slam poetry tournament.
There were supposed to be six poets: two from The Netherlands, four from Belgium.
However, from Flanders, Tine M Ducatteeuw and Pauline Pisa were not there.
From The Netherlands, the first poet on stage was Seipie from Amsterdam.
His poems were on an elephant, a carp, and more.
Second was Leon Koek, added to the program later.
His poems included one on an inflatable doll.
Third was Sylvie Marie from Belgium, whose poems included one on the Sleeping Beauty fairytale.
Then, Jos Zuijderwijk, with a poem on gulls in Leiden, and more.
Finally, David Troch from Belgium.
After a pause, with rap music by Horizontaal, including a song on Guantanamo Bay, the same poets again, but in reverse order.
The jury decided David Troch would go on to the final round of the slam poetry tournament.
And the votes of the audience decided that Leon Koek would join him there.