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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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EVENT UPDATES

10/26/17 12:01:55 PM PST (about 47 days and 8 hours ago)
 
Sadallah Busts to Set Up Bubble
 

Jan Mach doubled for 131,000 with the    against Bernd Gleissner's    thanks to a board of      .

At the same time on a different table, Said Sadallah moved all in for 15,500 and Marc MacDonnell called on the button, as did Michael Sklenicka in the big blind. The flop came     and both players checked. After the   turn, Sklenicka bet 40,000 and MacDonnell moved all in for 148,500, which forced out Sklenicka.

Said Sadallah:   
Marc MacDonnell:   

The   on the river gave MacDonnell the nut flush.

Jan Mach270,000125,000
Marc MacDonnell240,00030,000
Bernd Gleissner160,000-130,000
Michael Sklenicka150,000-120,000
Said Sadallah0-5,000
10/26/17 11:55:05 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Gumz Doubles Through Follet
 

The clock was called on Fabian Gumz in the small blind and with 10 seconds left he raised to 18,000, leaving himself 3,500 behind. Romain Follet in the big blind moved all in and Gumz called it off two spots off the money.

Fabian Gumz:   
Romain Follet:   

The board of       brought no upset and Gumz doubled.

Romain Follet280,00050,000
Fabian Gumz50,00025,000
10/26/17 11:51:03 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Sadallah Left Short
 

After a raise by Michael Sklenicka from late position, the clock was called on Luis Dono and the Portuguese moved all in for 64,500 with two seconds left to act. Said Sadallah also moved all in for 70,000 and that forced out everyone else.

Luis Dono:   
Said Sadallah:   

The board came       and Saballah was left with one big blind.

Lawrence Whyte tripled his tiny stack with    against the    of Bernd Gleissner and Jan Mach's move with    went wrong on a board of      .

Bernd Gleissner290,00055,000
Luis Dono150,000
Jan Mach145,000-135,000
Lawrence Whyte25,00017,000
Said Sadallah5,000-56,000
10/26/17 11:42:49 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Whyte Doubles
 

Lawrence Whyte was all in versus Bernd Gleissner with his mini stack and just doubled up.

Lawrence Whyte:   
Bernd Gleissner:   

The board read       Whyte hit his flush on the river and now has a bit more than one big blind.

Bernd Gleissner235,00065,000
Lawrence Whyte8,000-12,000
10/26/17 11:40:10 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Ferguson Doubles Through Follet
 

Chris Ferguson

Chris Ferguson went all in from the cutoff and so did Romain Follet from the small blind. Milad Oghabian, sitting in the big blind, looked at his cards, then the tournament clock, thought about it and then folded.

Chris Ferguson:   
Romain Follet:   

The board ran out       to give Ferguson a boat and the double up.

Romain Follet230,000-25,000
Chris Ferguson60,00038,000
10/26/17 11:39:31 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Arstad Doubles; Simko Doesn't
 

Milan Simko shoved for 14,500 from under the gun and Yves Kupfermunz reshoved out of the small blind.

Milan Simko:   
Yves Kupfermunz:   

The board came       and Simko was eliminated.

Christian Arstad was all in for 27,000 with the    and Roberto Romanello called with   . The board of       brought a flush for the Norwegian and he doubled close to the money bubble.

Dominik Desset330,00080,000
Mike Leah250,00048,500
Georgios Koliofotis190,000
Yves Kupfermunz70,00070,000
Ivo Donev55,000-10,000
Christian Arstad55,0005,000
Fabian Gumz25,00025,000
Milan Simko0
10/26/17 11:30:51 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Romanello and Schaaf Bust Opponents
 

Roberto Romanello

Roberto Romanello raised to 10,000 and called the shove of a short stack for around 60,000 with the   . The player at risk had    and failed to improve on a board of      .

Tobias Schaaf had Edzevit Zukorlic at risk for some 40,000 and tabled   . Zukorlic flopped well with his    when finding the flop of    , but the  n turn and   river gave Schaaf the best hand.

Roberto Romanello180,00070,000
Tobias Schaaf128,000128,000
Edzevit Zukorlic00
10/26/17 11:22:51 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Down to 60 Players
 

Ricardo Chauriye

The eliminations keep coming at a lightning-fast pace and among those to run out of chips was Tiziano Di Romualdo. He got it in with queen-ten against the pocket queens of Jan Mach and the    of Lawrence Whyte. The board ran out jack-high and Whyte missed out on a gutshot to see Mach double in a massive pot.

Ricardo Chauriye faced a raise to 11,000 by Bernd Gleissner and moved all in for 31,500. Gleissner called with the    and Chauriye had a flip with   . The board came       and that was it for the Chilean.

Jan Mach280,000258,000
Bernd Gleissner170,000100,000
Jeff Cormier170,000170,000
Lawrence Whyte20,000-100,000
Tiziano Di Romualdo0-35,000
Ricardo Chauriye0-20,000
10/26/17 11:18:36 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Hughes Leaves Empty-Handed
 

Ryan Hughes left the tournament area and his seat was indeed empty while the stack of Robert Auer had grown. According to Auer in the big blind, he called the push of Hughes from the small blind for around 45,000 with    and faced the    of the American. Three hearts on the flop were followed by a fourth heart on the river and Hughes was eliminated before the money.

Robert Auer150,000100,000
Ryan Hughes0-63,400
10/26/17 11:17:58 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Sadallah Doubles Through Kabrhel
 

Martin Kabrhel raised to 8,000 from the hijack, Said Sadallah shoved for 25,500 from the button for action to be folded back to Kabrhel. Kabrhel called.

Said Sadallah:   
Martin Kabrhel:   

The flop came     to give Sadallah a pair of nines. The   on the turn now turned his pair into trips and the   on the river now gave Sadallah a flush and the double up.

Martin Kabrhel82,000-13,000
Said Sadallah61,00061,000
10/26/17 11:14:26 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Arstad With the Overkill
 

Christian Arstad

Down to just 21,000, Christian Arstad was all in for 21,000 with the    and Romain Follet called with   . The board came       and Arstad made quads, grabbed his smartphone and took a picture.

Eddy Scharf busted to Michael Sklenicka and several players are approaching or surpassing a quarter million in chips.

Michael Sklenicka270,000100,000
John Racener270,00020,000
Romain Follet255,00055,000
Dominik Desset250,000150,000
Marc MacDonnell210,000120,000
Elena Litvinyuk140,00070,000
Micky Blasi140,00050,000
Roberto Romanello110,00078,000
Viacheslav Goryachev80,00080,000
Christian Arstad50,0005,000
Jan Bednar0-38,000
Eddy Scharf00
10/26/17 11:03:58 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
Cantu Bust Two
 

Brandon Cantu

The player in mid-position shoved all in and the player on the button asked for a call. The dealer counted out the chips and confirmed he had 14,000 behind. The player folded, but Brandon Cantu, sitting in the small blind, also went all in. The player in the big blind looked at Cantu and then at his own cards. After having seen them, he called with a smaller stack (around 25,000) than Cantu's.

Brandon Cantu:   
Big Blind:   
Mid-position:   

Cantu was behind but he touched the five he had to point out that would be the winning card.

The flop came     to give Cantu a chance on a straight. The   on the turn still give the upper hand to the player in the big blind. But the   on the river was just the card Cantu needed to eliminate the two other players and to claim their bounties.

Brandon Cantu110,00055,000
10/26/17 10:57:03 AM PST (about 47 days and 9 hours ago)
 
More Bustouts Coming
 

Sam Grafton

Within one level the field has been reduced to just 72 hopefuls and among those to bust were Francisco Fernandez, Roland Israelashvili, Sam Grafton and Tezer Cetindag.

Michael Sklenicka knocked out a short stack with    while doubling through the    of Martin Kabrhel with    on a board of      . Sklenicka won another pot after to boost his stack further.

Ricardo Chauriye's stack took a hit when Anatoliy Zyrin doubled with    against his    while Carlo Savinelli doubled through Marek Tatar with    versus    after a flop of    . The   turn and   river were blanks and Savinelli doubled for 43,500 before Tatar doubled soon after and then got moved tables.

Michael Sklenicka170,00095,000
Philipp Caranica170,00090,000
Martin Kabrhel95,000-75,000
Carlo Savinelli90,00068,000
Anatoliy Zyrin80,00080,000
Marek Tatar70,0000
Ricardo Chauriye20,000-36,000
Tezer Cetindag00
Sam Grafton0-62,000
Roland Israelashvili0-65,000
10/26/17 10:52:52 AM PST (about 47 days and 10 hours ago)
 
Leah Collects Another Bounty
 

Mike Leah

Mike Leah just eliminated another player which pushed his chip stack to over 200,000 and another bounty to add to his collection.

Mike Leah:   
Opponent:   

The board ran out       and everything was for Leah as his kings held.

Mike Leah201,500115,500
10/26/17 10:47:18 AM PST (about 47 days and 10 hours ago)
 
More for Racener and Follet
 

Micky Blasi raised to 6,500 and Romain Follet three-bet to 18,000 before calling the four-bet shove of the big blind for 40,000 with   . The big blind only had    and the board came      .

John Racener defended his big blind to a raise by Michael Eiler and check-raised the     flop from 7,000 to 15,500. Eiler moved all in and Racener called.

Michael Eiler:   
John Racener:   

The   on the turn left Eiler with just two outs, and the   on the river was a blank.

John Racener250,00050,000
Romain Follet200,00035,000
Michael Eiler0-50,000
10/26/17 09:47:51 AM PST (about 47 days and 11 hours ago)
 
Dinner Break
 

The 93 remaining players have just gone away for their 60-minute dinner break. When they return they will be playing with a small blind of 1,500, a big blind of 3,000 and a running ante of 500.

10/26/17 09:44:46 AM PST (about 47 days and 11 hours ago)
 
Hughes Misses Bounty; Chips Up Instead
 

Tiziano Di Romualdo was all in with a short stack and picked up two callers including Ricardo Chauriye. The latter folded to a bet by the third player in the hand on the     and later said in table chat he had pocket nines. Di Romualdo was all in and at risk with    versus    and got there on the   turn before the   river bricked off.

Ryan Hughes was also involved in a three-way all in, and was the second biggest stack in a battle with Konstantinos Misailidis and Christophe Pereira in the big blind.

Christophe Pereira:   
Ryan Hughes:   
Konstantinos Misailidis:   

The board came       and Pereira tripled up for 15,100, while Hughes doubled through Misailidis for 31,700 after having paid off Pereira.

Ryan Hughes63,40047,100
Ricardo Chauriye56,00033,000
Christophe Pereira48,00028,000
Tiziano Di Romualdo35,00035,000
10/26/17 09:41:10 AM PST (about 47 days and 11 hours ago)
 
Prize Pool Announced
 

The floor has just announced the details of the prize pool:

There were 325 entries in total, creating a prize pool of €214,337. A total of 49 players will be in the money. A min-cash today would mean a player pockets €1,104 and the winner will take home the coveted WSOPE gold bracelet and the first place prize of €53,557.

Full details can be found on our payouts page,

10/26/17 09:39:22 AM PST (about 47 days and 11 hours ago)
 
Pre Dinner Counts
 

On the river of a board      , Michael Eiler called a bet worth 13,200 by John Racener and mucked when he was shown    for aces and eights by Racener, who appears to be near the top just before the upcoming dinner break.

John Racener200,00040,000
Martin Kabrhel170,00050,000
Romain Follet165,00065,000
Felipe Ramos160,00078,000
Yehuda Cohen155,00030,000
Luca Sebastiani130,000130,000
Lawrence Whyte120,000-30,000
Jesper Hansen95,00047,000
Micky Blasi90,00033,000
Camilla Reventlow85,00068,000
Vivian Saliba84,00014,000
Kristen Bicknell80,00010,000
Bernd Gleissner70,000-30,000
Mihai Donciu67,50067,500
Fahredin Mustafov55,000-10,000
Brandon Cantu55,00014,000
Michael Eiler50,000-5,000
Christian Arstad45,00021,000
Jan Bednar38,00016,000
Francisco Fernandez35,000-13,000
Artan Dedusha00
Roman Cieslik00
Jerome Sgorrano0-30,000
Barny Boatman0-17,000
10/26/17 09:37:22 AM PST (about 47 days and 11 hours ago)
 
Galindo Lopez Busted By Grafton
 

Sam Grafton had gone all in from the under-the-gun position and was called by Josep Maria Galindo Lopez on the button who had about half the amount of chips that Grafton had.

Sam Grafton:   
Josep Maria Galindo Lopez:   

The board ran out     on the flop giving Grafton two pair, kings and jacks, immediately. The   on the turn gave Galindo Lopez an out if the ace or nine came on the river, they would both be playing the board and split the pot. But the   on the river wasn't to be and Galindo Lopez made his way out of the tournament area.

Sam Grafton62,00024,000
Josep Maria Galindo Lopez0-28,000
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