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2017 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOP Live Updates

Thursday, October 19, 2017 to Monday, October 23, 2017

Event #1: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em MONSTER STACK

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  • Buy-in: €1,100
  • Prizepool: €538,280
  • Entries: 561
  • Remaining: 0
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10/23/17 04:13:04 AM PDT
Rene Crha Eliminated in 13th Place (€4,726)

Rene Crha

Rene Crha opened to 60,000 from the hijack and Ali Sameeian three-bet to 150,000 on the button. The action folded back to Crha who announced all-in for 675,000. Sameeian instantly called and the cards were tabled.

Ali Sameeian:   
Rene Crha:   

The board ran out       and Crha was the first casualty on the final day. Sameeian vaulted into the chip lead after eliminating his opponent.

Ali Sameeian1,475,000715,000
Rene Crha0-685,000
10/23/17 04:02:08 AM PDT
Shuffle Up and Deal

The action is back underway on Day 3 of Event #1: €1,100 MONSTER STACK.

10/23/17 02:07:36 AM PDT
The Final 13 Return to Crown a Winner in Event #1: €1,100 No Limit Hold’Em MONSTER STACK

Carlo Savinelli

After three starting days and 10 hours of play on Day 2 yesterday, 13 players will return to the King's Casino for the final day of Event #1: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em MONSTER STACK. Carlo Savinelli has 1,340,000 chips and will be looking to put on that first 2017 WSOPE bracelet at the end of the day.

It won't be a walk in the park though as he is followed by 12 other players including Serge Danis with 1,190,000 chips, Ismael Bojang and Viliyan Petheleshkov with 1,035,000 chips, who also have over a million chips right now. Other contenders for that €117,708 for first place and the bracelet include Sergio Fernandez (980,000), Pierre Neuville (825,000) and Walter Treccarichi with 10 big blinds (310,000).

The players are guaranteed to pocket at least €4,726 but they will all have their eyes set on the honour of getting the first winner photo taken during this World Series of Poker Europe. Action is set to restart at 2 p.m local time at level 25 with blinds of 15,000/30,000 with a 5,000 ante. The live stream with hole-cards and a 30-minute delay will start once the official final table has been reached.

This is what the final thirteen players are playing for:


Keep following the live updates from start to finish here on PokerNews to find out who will take that bracelet home with them.

10/23/17 02:07:14 AM PDT
Final Day Seat Draw
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
182Ismael BojangAustria1,120,00037
183Alexandre ViardFrance640,00021
184Serge DanisSwitzerland1,190,00040
185Rene CrhaCzech Republic685,00023
187Walter TreccarichiItaly310,00010
188Ali SameeianGermany760,00025
191Sergio FernandezSpain980,00033
192Peter BstielerGermany765,00026
193Pierre NeuvilleBelgium825,00028
194Georgios ZisimopoulosGreece775,00026
197Viliyan PetleshkovBulgaria1,035,00035
198Carlo SavinelliItaly1,340,00045
199Oleksandr ShcherbakUkraine780,00026