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2015 WSOP EuropeThe Official WSOPE Live Updates

Friday, October 9, 2015 to Monday, October 12, 2015

Event #2A: The Oktoberfest No-Limit Hold’em

  • Buy-in: €550
  • Prizepool: €0
  • Entries: 552
  • Remaining: 81
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10/10/2015 8:56:45 AM PST (about 10 minutes ago)
Fraioli Cries a River

The player under the gun opens to 4,500, and the hijack calls. From the cutoff, Nicolas Fraioli moves all-in for 14,700. The hijack calls, showing .

Fraioli tables , but the board comes to send Fraioli out just shy of the money bubble.

Nicolas Fraioli - Eliminated

10/10/2015 8:54:32 AM PST (about 12 minutes ago)
Day 1D Will Be Huge

If you are planing to play the last flight of the WSOPE Oktoberfest tonight, it is probably a good idea to arrive in advance and buy-in as soon as possible, as more than 400 entries have already been ticketed.

More than 600 players are expected, and queuing could be an issue at the start of play.

At the moment, there are 70 players left in Day 1C with 63 places paid.

10/10/2015 8:43:02 AM PST (about 23 minutes ago)
Level 14 Started
Level:14  Blinds:1000/2000  Ante:300
10/10/2015 8:39:48 AM PST (about 27 minutes ago)
"Papino" Loses a Blind Battle, Steve O'Dwyer Looking for a Spot

Just now, local hero and former chipleader, "Papino" raises to 6,800 from the small blind and gets three-bet all-in by the big blind for 16,900 chips in total. "Papino" makes the call and finds out he is dominated with his against the big blind's .

Both players pair the queen on the river, but the big blind's kicker plays, and "Papino" is now down to a still-comfortable stack of 72,000.

At the same table, Steve O'Dwyer has dropped to 19,000 and he lays in waiting for a good spot to move his 12 big blinds.

10/10/2015 8:38:29 AM PST (about 28 minutes ago)
Apmann Attacking

Adrian Apmann is sitting pretty with a stack of 60,000 chips, good for 60 big blinds at this level. The winner of a WSOP bracelet earlier this year, Apmann has not been encountering much resistance at his table, and he's now closing in on an in-the-money finish.

10/10/2015 8:18:24 AM PST (about 48 minutes ago)
Three Last Levels for this flight

The first of the final three levels begins with 82 players remaining.

10/10/2015 8:13:56 AM PST (about 53 minutes ago)
Level 13 Started
Level:13  Blinds:800/1600  Ante:200
10/10/2015 7:51:42 AM PST (about 1 hours and 15 minutes ago)
Last Break before the Bubble

As the last hand of Level 12 is on its way, players are leaving the tournament area for one last 20-minute before play resumes to burst the bubble.

10/10/2015 7:48:48 AM PST (about 1 hours and 18 minutes ago)
The Chipleader is a Berliner

A player known as "Papino" is one of the many Berlin regulars that showed up today for this third flight of the WSOPE Oktoberfest. With 105,000 chips near the end of Level 12, he is leading the 84-man field with blinds soon going up to 800/1,600 featuring a running ante of 200.

The current average stack is 32,857.

10/10/2015 7:37:57 AM PST (about 1 hours and 29 minutes ago)
Less than 100 Players Left

We have dropped below the 100-player mark in the Day 1C field. Only 91 are left. The bubble is getting closer with 63 places paid this afternoon. The first cashes are worth € 885.

10/10/2015 7:24:35 AM PST (about 2 hours and 42 minutes ago)
Gifts for Manig Loeser

Manig Loeser is up to 70,000.

In a first leap, a player opens to 3,000 with pocket nines before Manig Loeser re-raises to 7,500 with two aces. The initial raiser shoves for more than 15,000, and Loeser calls and takes down the pot after a clean run-out.

A short while later, he increases his stack by 15,000 again by raising a player all-in with and gets paid off by his opponent's . Loeser's hand holds strong, giving him the final boost up to his current count of 70,000.

10/10/2015 7:23:33 AM PST (about 2 hours and 43 minutes ago)
Level 12 Started
Level:12  Blinds:600/1200  Ante:200
10/10/2015 7:11:57 AM PST (about 2 hours and 55 minutes ago)
Adrian Mateos Out

After a raise to 4,000, the Enghien-les-Bains WSOPE champion from Madrid decides to put his 5,600-chip stack to work on a three-bet shove with . His bet is called by the initial raiser, who has .

The flop comes , giving Mateos a big lead with the come-from-behind set of eights. The turn is the blank , but the river brings one of the two last outs in the deck that could bust Adrian Mateos, the . He is eliminated.

Adrian Mateos - Eliminated

10/10/2015 7:06:57 AM PST (about 2 hours and 0 minutes ago)
No Miracle for Darko Stojanovic

With a little more than ten big blinds, Darko Stojanovic (pictured) has been eliminated from Day 1C.

A player opens to 2,500 in middle position, and Stojanovic calls on the button. Nicolas Guilloux shoves from the small blind, and the initial raiser folds. Stojanovic tank-calls after three minutes of deliberation.

Guilloux shows , and Stojanovic is flipping for his tournament life with . The board comes , and the former bracelet winner is eliminated.

Nicolas Guilloux - 58,000
Darko Stojanovic - Eliminated

10/10/2015 6:54:49 AM PST (about 2 hours and 12 minutes ago)
Level 11 Started
Level:11  Blinds:500/1,000  Ante:100
10/10/2015 6:48:22 AM PST (about 2 hours and 18 minutes ago)
Almost in the Money

Chips and cards keep flying at the Berlin Spielbank with only 144/552 players left near the end of Level 10. The final 63 will make the money this afternoon.

With the field shrinking quickly, chip counts are in the process of being updated as access to the tightly-packed tables improves.

10/10/2015 6:40:41 AM PST (about 2 hours and 26 minutes ago)
French Updates

Circling around the room, it's easy to notice the stacks and names of the familiar French players in the field:

Nicolas Fraioli - 35,000
Darko Stojanovic - 23,900
Teddy Toque - 13,500
Sophian Dalle - 12,000
Farid Sahi - 7,000

Of particular note is the presence of Darko Stojanovic, the 2013 WSOPE bracelet winner in Enghien les Bains.

10/10/2015 6:21:43 AM PST (about 3 hours and 45 minutes ago)
Level 10 Started
Level:10  Blinds:400/800  Ante:100
10/10/2015 6:18:05 AM PST (about 3 hours and 48 minutes ago)
Chip Race

We are losing the grey chips worth 25. The smallest value chips in the stacks will now be the yellow ones worth 100.

The coloring up will last for a short period and blinds will then be up to 400/800 with antes up to 100.

10/10/2015 6:01:45 AM PST (about 3 hours and 5 minutes ago)
Adrian Apmann "Loves it When a Plan Comes Together"

Adrian Apmann continues to stack pots, now sitting with about 50,000 chips in front of him. They are only 207 players left in the Day 1C field, and Apmann has one of the top three stacks in the room.

10/10/2015 5:51:06 AM PST (about 3 hours and 15 minutes ago)
Payouts for Day 1C

The official payouts have just been announced by Tournament director Jack Effel.

The prize pool has reached € 267,720 this morning after six levels of late registration, and 63 players will make the money in the late afternoon today.

The minimum cash for the flight is € 885. Here are the rest of the payouts that are expected to be handed out before play concludes for the day:

28-30: € 1,500
31-33: € 1,310
34-36: € 1,150
37-45: € 1,045
46-54: € 965
55-63: € 885

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