10/26/17 06:02:31 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
Level 29 started
|10/26/17 06:02:17 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
Hands #26-30: Small Pots
Hand #26: Salvatore Camarda picked up the in the small blind and filled up after some table chat with Martin Kabrhel. The Czech raised with to two million, and Camarda folded.
Hand #27: Kabrhel moved all in from the small blind with and Philipp Caranica folded the in the big blind.
Hand #28: Kabrhel picked up the on the button and raised to 160,,000, claiming the blinds and antes.
Hand #29: Caranica raised to 160,000 with the and Kabrhel defended the from the big blind. The flop came and Kabrhel checked, Caranica checked behind. After the turn both checked again before the river brought no action either, sending the pot to Caranica.
Hand #30: Camarda raised the button to 200,000 with and that won the blinds and antes.
10/26/17 05:55:00 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
Liran Twito Eliminated in 4th Place (€15,168)
Hand #25: Martin Kabrhel raised to 160,000 from the under-the-gun position. Liran Twito shoved for the 800,000 that he had behind. Action folded back to Kabrhel who called.
The board ran out - they both hit a pair of queens but Kabrhel had the higher kicker with the ace in his hand and Twito was sent home in 4th place with €15,168 in his pocket.
|Martin Kabrhel||3,025,000||1,050,000 |
|Liran Twito||0||-790,000 |10/26/17 05:50:45 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
Hands #23-24: A Raise and a Shove
Hand #23: Martin Kabrhel raised to one million in the small blind and Liran Twito forfeited his big blind.
Hand #24: Twito moved all in from the small blind with and picked up the big blind and antes.
10/26/17 05:46:00 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
The four remaining players are back in their seats and the action has recommenced.
10/26/17 05:33:43 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
John Racener Eliminated in 6th Place (€7,609); Yves Kupfermunz Eliminated in 5th Place (€10,620)
Hand #21: Liran Twito shoved for 620,000 from the hijack with . And that was enough for him to take the pot.
Hand #22: Yves Kupfermunz shoved all in for 540,000 from the cutoff. John Racener, in the small blind, also went all in for the 315,000 he had behind. Martin Kabrhel, in the big blind, called.
The board ran out - Kabrhel wins it all and Racener was eliminated in 6th place as he had a smaller stack. Kupfermunz takes fifth place. The remaining four players are now going for a 15-minute break.
Yves Kupfermunz finishes 5th
|Philipp Caranica||2,770,000||530,000 |
|Martin Kabrhel||1,975,000||895,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||1,230,000||-60,000 |
|Liran Twito||790,000||160,000 |
|John Racener||0||-415,000 |
|Yves Kupfermunz||0||-560,000 |10/26/17 05:25:03 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
Hands #18-20: Three-Bet by Caranica
Hand #18: Yves Kupfermunz raised to 130,000 with the from under the gun and Salvatore Camarda shoved for 1,090,000 with the from the hijack. That forced out everyone else and the Italian raked in the pot.
Hand #19: Martin Kabrhel raised from the cutoff with the and Kupfermunz in the big blind with let go.
Hand #20: Kabrhel raised to 120,000 with the and Philipp Caranica three-bet to 280,000 with the . Kabrhel folded and after the Czech inquired, Caranica replied "you see it on the stream."
|Philipp Caranica||2,240,000||-260,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||1,290,000||370,000 |
|Martin Kabrhel||1,080,000||480,000 |
|Liran Twito||630,000||-520,000 |
|Yves Kupfermunz||560,000||-35,000 |
|John Racener||415,000||-65,000 |10/26/17 05:16:26 PM PST (about 87 days and 23 hours ago)
Hands #14-17: A Double and a Chop
Hand #14: Philipp Caranica raised to 120,000 with on the button and that was good enough to walk away with the blinds.
Hand #15: Liran Twito raised to 155,000 from the hijack with . Yves Kupfermunz shoved from the button for 340,000 with . Twito tanked and he called. The board ran and Kupfermunz doubled up.
Hand #16: Caranica raised to 160,000 from the hijack with . John Racener shoved with for 395,000 in the small blind. Martin Kabrhel, in the big blind, found in his hand and tanked but folded in the end. Caranica called. The board ran out for a chopped pot as they both played the straight on the board.
Hand #17: Salvatore Camarda raised to 130,000 from the cutoff with . Kabrhel had in the small blind and he moved all in for 830,000 in total. Twito folded so action was back on Camarda. Camarda went in the tank trying to decide what to do. In the end, he folded.
10/26/17 05:05:24 PM PST (about 87 days and 24 hours ago)
Hands #12-13: Racener Doubles
Hand #12: John Racener moved all in from the cutoff for 260,000 and Liran Twito called in the small blind.
The board ran out and Racener's chop outs spiked a lucky river double to remain in contention for his second bracelet of the year.
Hand #13: Racener openened to 110,000 with the in the hijack and Martin Kabrhel from one seat over gave it a lot of consideration with , then folded. Twito three-bet to 230,000 on the button with and claimed the pot without resistance.
"Would you call if I shove?" Kabrhel asked Twito, who quickly shook his head,
|Liran Twito||1,150,000||30,000 |
|John Racener||480,000||25,000 |10/26/17 04:59:42 PM PST (about 87 days and 24 hours ago)
Bernd Gleissner Eliminated in 7th Place (€5,582)
Bernd Gleissner was sitting in the under-the-gun position and shoved for his remaining 255,000. Action folded to Martin Kabrhel in the small blind. Kabrhel also shoved for the 600,000 he still had. Liran Twito, in the big blind folded.
The board ran out - no help for Gleissner as Kabrhel's tens hold. Gleissner has been eliminated in 7th place and takes home €5,582.
|Bernd Gleissner||0||-370,000 |10/26/17 04:55:14 PM PST (about 87 days and 24 hours ago)
Hands #8-10: Kabrhel Bluffs at the Wrong Time
Hand #8: Martin Kabrhel limped in with the and Philipp Caranica did so from the button with , Yves Kupfermunz filled up from the small blind with and Salvatore Camarda in the big blind checked his option with .
The action checked to Kabrhel and bet 100,000, and Caranica called with the nut flush draw, while Kupfermunz and Kupfermunz folded. The turn brought checks from both players before the river completed the board. Kabrhel bet 275,000 and Caranica moved all in to force a fold from Kabrhel.
Hand #9: Caranica in the cutoff raised to 100,000 with and claimed the blinds and antes.
Hand #10: Camarda raised to 100,000 from the button with and won the blinds and antes.
|Philipp Caranica||2,500,000||665,000 |
|Martin Kabrhel||600,000||-1,040,000 |10/26/17 04:46:04 PM PST (about 87 days and 24 hours ago)
Hand #5-7: Caranica and Kabrhel Active Early
Hand #5: Philipp Caranica raised to 80,000 from the under-the-gun position with . Martin Kabrhel found on the button and three-bet to 195,000. Action folded to Caranica who now folded.
Hand #6: Caranica got a walk.
Hand #7: Salvatore Camarda raised to 80,000 from the under-the-gun position with . Kabrhel, in the hijack, called with . The flop came , Camarda bet 150,000, Kabrhel looked at how much Camarda was still playing and then called. The on the turn gave Camarda the flush and he checked. Kabrhel bet 165,000, Camarda shoved for 635,000 and now Kabrhel folded.
10/26/17 04:38:33 PM PST (about 87 days and 24 hours ago)
Georgios Koliofotis Eliminated in 8th Place (€4,195)
Hand #4: Martin Kabrhel raised from the button with and Georgios Koliofotis called with the from the small blind, Liran Twito defended the big blind with .
The flop fell and action checked to Kabrhel, who bet 70,000. Koliofotis moved all in for 385,000 and Twito had that covered with a stack of 555,000. Twito moved all in himself and that forced out Kabrhel.
The turn gave Koliofotis a flush draw on top, but the river was a blank to eliminate the German with Greek roots in 8th place for €4,195.
|Liran Twito||1,120,000||465,000 |
|Georgios Koliofotis||0||-380,000 |10/26/17 04:37:27 PM PST (about 87 days and 24 hours ago)
Hand #3: More for Caranica
Hand #3: Philipp Caranica raised to 80,000 with the and Georgios Koliofotis in the big blind defended with the . The flop came and a continuation bet of Caranica won the pot without further resistance.
10/26/17 04:32:56 PM PST (about 87 days and 0 hour ago)
Viktor Kovachev Eliminated in 9th Place (€3,232)
Hand #1: Martin Kabrhel, in the under-the-gun position raised to 80,000 with , Georgios Koliofotis raised all in with for 375,000 in total. Kabrhel folded.
Hand #2: Viktor Kovachev shoved from mid-position for the 490,000 he had behind. Philipp Caranica, in the hijack, also shoved for 1,240,000. The players that were up next decided to fold.
The board ran out - no help for Kovachev and he was eliminated in 9th place.
|Philipp Caranica||1,835,000||585,000 |
|Viktor Kovachev||0||-235,000 |10/26/17 03:52:10 PM PST (about 87 days and 1 hour ago)
Official Final Table
The official final table has started but the live stream will be broadcasted with a 30-minute delay and live reporting will follow at the same time.
The live stream can be followed here.
10/26/17 03:30:39 PM PST (about 87 days and 1 hour ago)
Redraw of the Live Stream Final Table
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||John Racener||United States||455,000||11|
|5||Martin Kabrhel||Czech Republic||1,640,000||41|
|Martin Kabrhel||1,640,000||-10,000 |
|Philipp Caranica||1,250,000||-50,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||920,000||-55,000 |
|Liran Twito||655,000||-5,000 |
|Yves Kupfermunz||595,000||15,000 |
|John Racener||455,000||-10,000 |
|Georgios Koliofotis||380,000||-10,000 |
|Bernd Gleissner||370,000||0 |
|Viktor Kovachev||235,000||-5,000 |10/26/17 03:13:20 PM PST (about 87 days and 1 hour ago)
Mike Leah Eliminated in 10th Place (€2,554)
After losing the all in against Yves Kupfermunz, Mike Leah faced the raise of Martin Kabrhel for 80,000 and moved all in. "How much is it?" Kabrhel asked and Leah replied "327,000," which Kabrhel took as granted "I trust you." Kabrhel took a few more seconds and called.
The flop didn't change anything yet but Kabrhel picked up a flush draw on the turn. Instead, it was the that fell on the river and Leah was eliminated in 10th place. He takes home €2,554 and the remaining nine players will now go on a 20-minute break before moving over to the live stream feature table.
|Martin Kabrhel||1,650,000||430,000 |
|Mike Leah||0||-330,000 |10/26/17 03:09:31 PM PST (about 87 days and 1 hour ago)
Yves Kupfermunz was among the shortest stacks when the field combined for the final table and was not too happy about being in the big blind right away. That all but changed when play resumed and Mike Leah called his shove for 278,000.
The board of gave the Belgian aces and jacks, and Leah's stack was almost cut in half.
|Yves Kupfermunz||580,000||297,000 |
|Mike Leah||330,000||-285,000 |10/26/17 03:08:48 PM PST (about 87 days and 1 hour ago)
Redraw of the Unofficial Final Table
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||John Racener||United States||465,000||16|
|5||Martin Kabrhel||Czech Republic||1,220,000||41|
|Philipp Caranica||1,300,000||0 |
|Martin Kabrhel||1,220,000||150,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||975,000||245,000 |
|Liran Twito||660,000||285,000 |
|Mike Leah||615,000||15,000 |
|John Racener||465,000||15,000 |
|Georgios Koliofotis||390,000||5,000 |
|Bernd Gleissner||370,000||20,000 |
|Yves Kupfermunz||283,000||-162,000 |
|Viktor Kovachev||240,000||-70,000 ||