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2017 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOP Live Updates

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 to Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Event #3: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo BOUNTY

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  • Buy-in: €1,100
  • Prizepool: €214,337
  • Entries: 325
  • Remaining: 0
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10/25/17 01:49:31 PM PDT
Cantu Busts to Auer

From early position, Robert Auer moved all in for 216,000 and Brandon Cantu called all in for around 130,000 in the small blind.

Brandon Cantu:   
Robert Auer:   

The board came       and Cantu had to settle for 24th place.

Robert Auer360,000110,000
Brandon Cantu0-110,000
10/25/17 01:43:42 PM PDT
Arstad and Stoyanov Eliminated

Marc MacDonnell raised to 25,000 from early position and action folded to Christian Arstad in the cutoff for the 63,000 he still had behind. Salvatore Camarda, in the big blind, looked at his cards, asked for a count and then folded. MacDonnell called.

Marc MacDonnell:   
Christian Arstad:   

The board ran out       - nines and deuces for MacDonnell was more than enough to collect Arstad's bounty and his remaining chips.

Soon after, Vyacheslav Stoyanov was also eliminated and headed to the payout desk.

Marc MacDonnell330,00085,000
Christian Arstad0-55,000
Vyacheslav Stoyanov0-90,000
10/25/17 01:37:42 PM PDT
Caranica Busts Sebastiani

Luca Sebastiani had gone all in from mid-position for 158,000 and was called by Philipp Caranica in the big blind with a bigger stack.

Philipp Caranica:   
Luca Sebastiani:   

The board ran out       - a pair of aces for Caranica and the bounty of Sebastiani. Sebastiani was eliminated in 27th place.

Philipp Caranica645,000425,000
Luca Sebastiani0-130,000
10/25/17 01:32:47 PM PDT
Varnica Triples Up

Robert Auer moved all in for 198,000 and Michael Sklenika reshoved. Ante Varnica called all in for 74,000 in the cutoff and all other players folded.

Ante Varnica:   
Robert Auer:   
Michael Sklenicka:   

The board ran out       and Varnica tripled up. Auer won the bigger side pot to remain in contention.

Robert Auer250,000100,000
Ante Varnica230,000230,000
Michael Sklenicka110,000-170,000
10/25/17 01:30:32 PM PDT
Redraw of the Last Three Tables
151Christian ArstadNorway
152Mike LeahCanada
153Dario MarinelliItaly
154Salvatore CamardaItaly
155Dominik DessetSlovakia
156Camilla ReventlowDenmark
157Marc MacDonnellIreland
158Bernd GleissnerGermany
159John RacenerUnited States
161Viktor KovachevBulgaria
162Yves KupfermunzBelgium
163Philipp CaranicaGermany
164Jeff CormierCanada
165Felipe RamosBrazil
166Luca SebastianiItaly
167Vyacheslav StoyanovMoldova
168Phil HellmuthUnited States
169Liran TwitoIsrael
181Brandon CantuUnited States
182Jan MachCzech Republic
183Georgios KoliofotisGermany
184Robert AuerGermany
185Tobias SchaafGermany
186Michael SklenickaCzech Republic
187Martin KabrhelCzech Republic
188Romain FolletFrance
189Ante VarnicaCroatia
10/25/17 01:26:53 PM PDT
Down to 27 Players

Micky Blasi

In quick succession, Roberto Romanello, Korbinian Sonnenholzner and Micky Blasi ran out of chips to reduce the field to the last 27 and they will redraw to three tables shortly.

Blasi put his hopes on    and a flush draw on the flop of    . Jan Mach was not willing to fold    for top pair and held up on the   turn and   river.

Jan Mach780,000250,000
Roberto Romanello0-175,000
Korbinian Sonnenholzner0-100,000
Micky Blasi0-200,000
10/25/17 01:22:08 PM PDT
Chip Lead For Mach Now

Jan Mach raised to 24,000 from the cutoff and was called by Micky Blasi in the big blind.

The flop came     and Blasi check-called the 18,000 bet of Mach.

They both checked the   through on the turn. The   on the river completed the board, and now Blasi check-called a 25,000 bet from Mach. Mach showed    for two pair, aces and deuces, and Blasi mucked his hand.

Jan Mach530,000210,000
Micky Blasi200,000-40,000
10/25/17 01:15:14 PM PDT
Sklenicka Doubles Through Leah

Felipe Ramos paid off the bet of 59,000 by Dominik Desset on the       river and mucked when the Slovakian showed   .

In another hand, Mike Leah's pocket tens failed to hold up against the    of Michael Sklenicka when the latter turned a flush on the board      , and Sklenicka scored the double up.

Dominik Desset330,00010,000
Mike Leah290,000-165,000
Michael Sklenicka280,000130,000
Felipe Ramos155,000-15,000
10/25/17 12:54:37 PM PDT
Break With 30 Players Remaining

There are 30 players remaining and they have been sent on a 20-minute break.

10/25/17 12:54:05 PM PDT
Canadian Fire: Leah Eliminates Bicknell

Mike Leah

Kristen Bicknell raised to 25,000 from early position and was followed by fellow Canadian, Mike Leah. He went all in, everyone else folded, and Bicknell put in her last few chips to make the call.

Mike Leah:   
Kristen Bicknell:   

The board ran out       - no help for Bicknell as Leah's sixes held for two pair, sixes and fours. Bicknell was eliminated in 32nd place, while Leah took the chip lead sitting with more than 450,000 chips.

Mike Leah455,000105,000
Kristen Bicknell0-80,000
10/25/17 12:51:42 PM PDT
Kupfermunz Knocks Out Stoyanov

Yves Kupfermunz just busted Vyacheslav Stoyanov.

Yves Kupfermunz:   
Vyacheslav Stoyanov:   

The board ran out       - no help for Stoyanov and he is out of the tournament.

Yves Kupfermunz240,000170,000
Vyacheslav Stoyanov00
10/25/17 12:50:59 PM PDT
Donev and Ferguson Eliminated

Chris Ferguson

Chris Ferguson moved all in for around 80,000 from the small blind and Mike Leah called from the big blind.

Chris Ferguson:   
Mike Leah:   

The board came       and Ferguson was eliminated.

Soon after, Ivo Donev also joined the rail. He got it in for five big blinds with    and Tobias Schaaf called with    to spike a jack on the flop.

In another recent hand, Jeff Cormier shoved for around 150,000 with the    and Philipp Caranica reshoved with pocket tens. The board came       and Cormier doubled.

Mike Leah350,000100,000
Jeff Cormier300,000130,000
Philipp Caranica220,00050,000
Tobias Schaaf190,00090,000
Ivo Donev0-55,000
Chris Ferguson0-70,000
10/25/17 12:47:20 PM PDT
MacDonnell the Bounty Hunter

Mihai Donciu was all in and at risk with the    and Marc MacDonnell looked him up for the last 34,500 with   . The board came       and MacDonnell rivered the king to eliminate the Romanian.

Marc MacDonnell245,0005,000
Mihai Donciu0-55,000
10/25/17 12:43:05 PM PDT
Kooij Chopped Up; Schaaf Gets Lucky

Teunis Kooij

Teunis Kooij was all in with pocket tens from under the gun and a short stack called on the button for less, while Jan Mach called from the big blind.

The button had    and Mach the   . An ace appeared on the board to give both players top pair, but Kooij's eight kicker was no good and he was out.

Tobias Schaaf was more fortunate. Down to 49,000 he shoved with the    and Liran Twito called with    from one seat over. The board came       and Schaaf scored a miracle double.

Jan Mach320,00050,000
Liran Twito250,000250,000
Tobias Schaaf100,000-28,000
Teunis Kooij0-100,000
10/25/17 12:40:07 PM PDT
Marinelli Takes One Out

The player in the cutoff threw his remaining 5,000 in. Dario Marinelli, on the button, also shoved for 60,500. Everyone else folded.

Dario Marinelli:   

The board ran out       - Marinelli hit a set of nines and that was sufficient enough to send his opponent to the payout desk.

Dario Marinelli85,00085,000
10/25/17 12:32:25 PM PDT
The First Casualties in the Money

As expected the players are dropping quickly since the bubble bursted. Among those to run out of chips were Fabian Gumz, Elena Litvinyuk, Yehuda Cohen, Vivian Saliba and Lawrence Whyte.

Gumz was all in with    and ended up second best to the    of Romain Follet on a board of      .

Vivian Saliba took a flip with    out of the big blind and Bernd Gleissner on the button had   . The board came       and Saliba jokingly said "you survived longer than me" to table neighbor Whyte, who had 7,000 left and busted the next hand.

Korbinian Sonnenholzner raised to 16,000 and Camilla Reventlow shoved for 26,500, which was called by Georgios Koliofotis on the button. Yehuda Cohen called all in blind out of the big blind. On the     flop, Sonnenholzner check-called 20,000 before they checked the   turn and   river.

Cohen mucked    for a missed straight and flush draw, while Sonnenholzner showed   . Reventlow's    scooped the entire pot as Koliofotis only had   .

Romain Follet250,000-30,000
Camilla Reventlow110,00025,000
Korbinian Sonnenholzner100,00050,000
Vivian Saliba0-84,000
Lawrence Whyte0-25,000
Yehuda Cohen0-155,000
Fabian Gumz0-50,000
Elena Litvinyuk0-70,000
10/25/17 12:23:51 PM PDT
Oghabian Doubles Through Mach

Milad Oghabian had shoved all in and was called by Jan Mach who was seated right next to him.

Milad Oghabian:   
Jan Mach:   

The board ran out       - Oghabian hit his nine on the turn to double up.

Jan Mach270,000-20,000
Milad Oghabian55,00055,000
10/25/17 12:20:50 PM PDT
Goryachev Bubbles the Turbo Bounty Hunter

WSOPE Event #2 Bubble bursting

Viacheslav Goryachev moved all in for his last 22,500 from the cutoff and Jan Mach called on the button, as did Bernd Gleissner in the big blind. Both active players checked the     flop and Gleissner checked the   turn. Mach bet 34,500 to force a fold and the cards were turned over after all other tables were finished.

Viacheslav Goryachev:   
Jan Mach:   

The   river was a blank and all remaining 49 players were in the money, with Goryachev leaving as the unfortunate bubble boy.

Jan Mach290,00020,000
Bernd Gleissner160,0000
Viacheslav Goryachev0-80,000
10/25/17 12:18:10 PM PDT
Assorted Stacks on the Money Bubble
Dominik Desset320,000-10,000
John Racener260,000-10,000
Micky Blasi240,000100,000
Martin Kabrhel180,00098,000
Roberto Romanello175,000-5,000
Felipe Ramos170,00010,000
Phil Hellmuth155,00045,000
Elena Litvinyuk70,000-70,000
Viktor Kovachev70,000-10,000
Chris Ferguson70,00010,000
10/25/17 12:06:58 PM PDT
Hand-For-Hand Mode Enabled

There are fewer than two minutes left in the level and hand-for-hand mode has just been enabled with 50 players remaining and 49 in the money. As per the new TDA rules, two minutes will be taken off the clock per hand until the bubble bursts.