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2015 WSOP EuropeThe Official WSOPE Live Updates

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 to Thursday, October 15, 2015

Event #5: Mixed Event (8-game) (Tables are 6-Handed)

  • Buy-in: €2,200
  • Prizepool: €0
  • Entries: 113
  • Remaining: 24
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10/13/2015 5:26:29 PM PST (about 4 hours and 35 minutes ago)
Scott Clements Finishes Atop of Day 1 in Mixed Event #5

The €2,200 Mixed Event #5 of the 2015 World Series of Poker Europe with eight different poker variants attracted a field of 113 entrants and only 24 participants bagged up chips after 12 levels of 40 minutes each. Scott Clements soared to the top of the counts towards the end of the day after eliminating Olaf Sagorski in a Pot-Limit Omaha hand and bagged up 116,200 chips, well ahead of 2015 WSOP POY leader Mike Gorodinsky (81,000) and Shaun Deeb (77,600).

Five finalists of the €3,250 Eight-Handed Pot-Limit Omaha Event #3 jumped into the tournament and all of them except for Max Pescatori and Benjamin Pollak bagged up chips here, too: Ismael Bojang (48,700), Mikkel Plum (40,100) and Mike Leah (38,900). Other notables include 2010 WSOP Main Event Jonathan Duhamel (62,300), Jens Lakemeier (60,000), Mohsin Charania (53,100), Roland Israelashvili (49,100), Stephen Chidwick (25,300) and Richard Ashby (23,800).

Among those to fall before the end of level 12 were for example George Danzer, Phil Hellmuth, Brian Rast, Anthony Zinno, Kevin MacPhee, John Kabbaj, Bruno Fitoussi and Jeff Lisandro. Play resumes tomorrow at 1 p.m. local time with half of the field still due to leave the event without having anything to show for. Only the top 12 spots will get paid at least €4,275 while the winner takes home the coveted golden bracelet and €65,740.

10/13/2015 4:25:39 PM PST (about 5 hours and 36 minutes ago)
Timo Schwerdtfeger Doubles in Last Hand

Pot-Limit Omaha

Shaun Deeb and Richard Ashby get involved in a big pot in the second last hand of the night while all other tables are already finished. Ashby checks from the big blind on the turn and Deeb bets 10,000 in the cutoff. Ashby calls and the falls on the river. Ashby checks and Deeb bets 15,500. The mixed game specialist from the UK tanks for a good five minutes and eventually mucks.

In the last hand, Timo Schwerdtfeger pots from under the gun and Mohsin Charania re-pots from the big blind to put Schwerdtfeger at risk for his last 10,700.


The board runs out and Schwerdtfeger doubles up with aces and nines before finally bagging the chips as well.

10/13/2015 4:14:34 PM PST (about 5 hours and 47 minutes ago)
Martin Lategui Shakes His Head

Omaha Eight-or-Better

Arnaud Esquevin raises from under the gun and calls the three-bet by Martin Lategui to see a flop of . Esquevin check-calls a single bet and then bets the turn and river himself. Lategui calls both streets, then shakes his head when he is shown for trips sixes and the low.

Martin Lategui - 28,000

10/13/2015 4:08:52 PM PST (about 5 hours and 53 minutes ago)
Richard Ashby Versus Timo Schwerdtfeger

Seven Card Razz

Timo Schwerdtfeger: / muck
Richard Ashby: /

Richard Ashby keeps betting into Timo Schwerdtfeger, and the latter is visibly tilted by the action with both players showing two pair openly. Schwerdtfeger eventually pays off the final 4,000 bet and gets shown a Q-9 to muck his cards.

Richard Ashby - 47,000

10/13/2015 4:05:53 PM PST (about 5 hours and 56 minutes ago)
Last Four Hands
The clock has been stopped with 09:55 on the clock and four more hands will be played before bagging and tagging.
10/13/2015 4:05:19 PM PST (about 5 hours and 56 minutes ago)
Max Pescatori Eliminated

Omaha Eight-or-better

Martin Lategui and Max Pescatori are seated in the blinds and the "Italian Pirate" has only 5,400 chips left, which he gets in preflop.


The flop gives Pescatori a set of fives and Lategui the nut low and a straight. Both the turn and river blank and Pescatori is gone. "What the #### was that?" he jokes half smiling and half serious. Ismael Bojang and the rest of the table laugh as well.

Martin Lategui - 47,000
Max Pescatori - Eliminated

10/13/2015 4:00:45 PM PST (about 5 hours and 1 minutes ago)
The Field Thins Out

Within the last ten minutes, five players were eliminated and the screens quickly changed from 30 to 25 players left. Among those to fall is also Kevin MacPhee, who just walked towards the exit.

Kevin MacPhee - Eliminated

10/13/2015 3:56:31 PM PST (about 5 hours and 5 minutes ago)
Olaf Sagorski Eliminated

Pot-Limit Omaha

Scott Clements opens to 2,400 from under the gun and Olaf Sagorski three-bets to 10,100, only receiving a call from Clements. On the flop, Sagorski gets his last 23,100 in with and Clements calls with the for top pair and a gutshot. The straight doesn't come, but Clements makes two pair with the turn. The river blanks and Sagorski is on the rail.

Scott Clements - 103,000
Olaf Sagorski - Eliminated

10/13/2015 3:51:27 PM PST (about 5 hours and 10 minutes ago)
Anthony Zinno Eliminated

Seven Card Stud

Anthony Zinno: / /
Mike Gorodinsky: /

POY contender Anthony Zinno gets the rest of his stack in with a four-card flush draw on fifth street and current POY leader Mike Gorodinsky scoops the pot with two pair, nines and sevens.

Mike Gorodinsky - 70,000
Anthony Zinno - Eliminated

10/13/2015 3:42:23 PM PST (about 5 hours and 19 minutes ago)
Mikkel Plum Fires All The Way

Seven Card Stud

Mikkel Plum: / / bet
Opponent: / / fold

Pot-Limit Omaha Event #3 third place finisher Mikkel Plum fires on all streets and his opponent gives up the pot on seventh with a sigh. The next hand, the same player has to bring in with the showing and Plum completes with the . His table neighbor folds the and Mohsin Charania the , then the bring-in also folds.

Mikkel Plum - 55,000

10/13/2015 3:38:50 PM PST (about 5 hours and 23 minutes ago)
Level 12 Structure
Game Order

Antes in

NLH and

Stud Games

Low/High Card


Small Blind



Big Blind

Limit Flop/Draw Games
- 1,000 2,000 2,000/4,000
Stud Games
500 500 2,000 2,000/4,000
No-Limit/Pot-Limit Games
500 1,000 -
10/13/2015 3:36:02 PM PST (about 5 hours and 25 minutes ago)
Level 12 Started

Level:12 Limits:2,000/4,000

10/13/2015 3:33:17 PM PST (about 5 hours and 28 minutes ago)
Nice pot for Ismael Bojang

2-7 Triple Draw

Ismael Bojang raises to 3,000 and Martin Lategui reraises to 4,500 to get a call by Bojang. Both check on the first draw and take one card, Bojang then bets the second for 3,000 and gets called. Again both draw one and stand pat on the last one. Bojang bets 3,000 and gets called.

Bojang: - the 7-6 low wins the pot as Lategui mucks.

Ismael Bojang - 35,000

Martin Lategui - 48,000

10/13/2015 3:28:16 PM PST (about 6 hours and 33 minutes ago)
Max Pescatori Escapes from Elimination

Stud Eight-or-Better

Max Pescatori: / /
Opponent: /

Max Pescatori bets 1,500 on third and 3,000 on fourth before checking fifth street. His opponent bets 3,000 and Pescatori moves all in for less than a reraise after carefully checking his stack. The opponent has two pair and a seven-low, leaving Pescatori one card from elimination. The "Italian Pirate" gets the on seventh and his two pair with kings and deuces scoop the high pot.

Max Pescatori - 11,500

10/13/2015 3:22:13 PM PST (about 6 hours and 39 minutes ago)
Jonathan Duhamel in the Lead?!

No-Limit Hold'em

Scott Clements' stack has grown significantly as of lately and he raises the button to get a call from Omar Lakhdari in the big blind. On the flop both players check and Lakhdari then checks the turn. Clements bets 4,000 and wins the pot without showdown. Next to Clements sits Jonathan Duhamel with an even bigger stack. He should be the current leader.

Jonathan Duhamel - 82,000
Scott Clements - 55,000

10/13/2015 3:17:56 PM PST (about 6 hours and 44 minutes ago)
Another Short Stack Done

2-7 Triple Draw

Mohsin Charania busts another short stack, but it takes place in two chapters, both in 2-7 Triple Draw. Charania drew two, then one, and stands pat, while the opponent takes two on the last draw. Charania shows and his opponent flips over - chop it up! "That was very unlikely," Charania grins.

One hand later, the same player is at risk again for around 4,500 chips and Charania draws one twice before standing pat. His opponent draws one, then two, and also stands pat.


The short stack shows high and is eliminated.

Mohsin Charania - 51,000

10/13/2015 3:01:05 PM PST (about 6 hours and 0 minutes ago)
Mohsin Charania Busts a Short Stack

2-7 Triple Draw

A short stack is all in and at risk with Mohsin Charania standing pat all the way. The opponent draws three and then one more with before getting an ace. Charania has and the 9-8 low wins the pot.

Mohsin Charania - 45,000

10/13/2015 2:56:26 PM PST (about 6 hours and 5 minutes ago)
Level 11 Structure
Game Order

Antes in

NLH and

Stud Games

Low/High Card


Small Blind



Big Blind

Limit Flop/Draw Games
- 800 1,500 1,500/3,000
Stud Games
300 500 1,500 1,500/3,000
No-Limit/Pot-Limit Games
400 800 -
10/13/2015 2:55:36 PM PST (about 6 hours and 6 minutes ago)
Level 11 Started

Level:11 Limits:1,500/3,000

10/13/2015 2:54:48 PM PST (about 6 hours and 7 minutes ago)
Triple Up for Mikkel Plum

Omaha Eight-or-Better

On a flop of , Mikkel Plum is all in for his last 4,900 from the button and Shaun Deeb as well as Omar Lakhdari get in three bets. The turn and river is checked through and Plum shows his for a low and the six-high straight. Deeb has for a pair of aces and Lakhdari mucks.

Mikkel Plum - 22,000

10/13/2015 2:42:09 PM PST (about 6 hours and 19 minutes ago)
Omaha Deja Vu

Omaha Eight-or-Better

Max Pescatori raises and Ismael Bojang calls out of the big blind to see the flop. Both players check and Bojang checks the turn. Pescatori bets 2,400 and gets called before Bojang bets the river for 2,400. Pescatori grins and folds.

The next hand is the last for O8 and Bojang raised the small blind. Martin Lategui calls from one seat over and Bojang's continuation bet on the flop does the trick, Lategui folds. Bojang flashes for top pair and the nut low draw.

Martin Lategui - 55,000
Ismael Bojang - 36,000
Max Pescatori - 14,000

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