10/25/17 07:42:03 AM PDT
Ship It to Sgorrano
Scott Stewart and Zhivko Sotirov have been eliminated, the latter sending over his stack of around 13,000 to Jerome Sgorrano in the small blind. Sotirov got it in with the and was dominated by Sgorrano with .
The flop made things worse, and it was all over after the turn to render the river as a formality.
|Jerome Sgorrano||49,000||-1,000 |
|Zhivko Sotirov||0||0 |
|Scott Stewart||0||-20,000 |
10/25/17 07:36:21 AM PDT
Whyte Leads the Charge
Lawrence Whyte already had four times the starting stack before the players were sent into the first break and he just added some more chips. In a bigger pot of around 12,000 to the flop of , he bet 7,500 and his sole remaining opponent Ricardo Chauriye sent his cards into the muck.
Below are further assorted counts.
|Sam Grafton||37,000||17,500 |
|Kai Schuster||32,000||6,000 |
|Ricardo Chauriye||23,000||3,000 |
|Thomer Pidun||0||-28,000 |
10/25/17 07:36:04 AM PDT
Quevedo Shows the Bluff
Salvatore Camarda raised to 1,200 from the cutoff and was called by Carlo Savinelli, on the button, and Federico Quevedo, in the big blind. They all checked through the on the flop. The turn brought them the , Camarda bet 2,500 out of turn and had to take it back. Quevedo then proceeded by betting 3,500. Camarda took some time to think and then decided to call. So did Savinelli.
The on the river completed the board, Quevedo bet 6,000. Camarda folded, Savinelli also folded but showed his for the missed flush draw. The dealer pushed the pot to Quevedo and then Quevedo decided to show his hand too which was for the missed straight draw.
"I did have a pair!" he said with a smile.
|Federico Quevedo||68,000||20,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||33,000||-22,000 |
|Carlo Savinelli||24,000||24,000 |
10/25/17 07:27:47 AM PDT
According to Barny Boatman he took an early hit in a three-way all in after a ten-high flop with two diamonds. A short stack had for top pair, Boatman the for the nut flush draw and Auer held for the inferior flush draw and gutshot. Auer got there with the straight and has kept most of those chips since.
Jeff Cormier and Fahredin Mustafov busted with the latter joining again via re-entry while Sergej Barbarez claimed a bounty in the second hand he played. Last but not least, Ryan Hughes' roller coaster ride has brought him back to the starting stack, to the rail and back via re-entry.
|Robert Auer||50,000||50,000 |
|Sergej Barbarez||42,000||22,000 |
|Barny Boatman||40,000||1,000 |
|Ryan Hughes||20,000||-12,000 |
|Fahredin Mustafov||20,000||4,000 |
|Jeff Cormier||0||-20,000 |
10/25/17 07:04:00 AM PDT
The players have just gone for their first 20-minute break of the day. Currently, there are 259 entries registered. Registration is open for about another two hours.
10/25/17 07:02:28 AM PDT
A Chopped Bounty and a Double Seat Open
A short stack moved all in for 3,200 from early position and Minh Hoang called before Marek Tatar moved all in for more. Andrej Desset moved in over the top and Hoang folded.
The flop gave Desset the nut flush, and the turn and river awarded two bounties to the Slovakian in the same hand.
Yehuda Cohen also had two opponents at risk with versus and . The shortest stack ended up being chopped for his last 12,650 as the board ran out . Since the third player in the hand had 13,400, Cohen had to settle for half of the bounty instead of the full €300.
|Yehuda Cohen||60,000||4,000 |
|Andrej Desset||50,000||30,000 |
|Minh Hoang||26,000||-9,000 |
|Marek Tatar||0||-20,000 |
10/25/17 07:00:00 AM PDT
Gleissner Doubles Up
The flop read and Bernd Gleissner was all in for around 12,350 and was called by Yehuda Cohen.
Gleissner had top pair with the tens and Cohen had the middle pair with the eights. The turn brought them the and the river completed the board with the .
"Yes!" Cohen shouted out thinking he had hit two pair but then he saw that Gleissner now had hit a straight and would take the double up.
|Yehuda Cohen||56,000||56,000 |
|Bernd Gleissner||26,000||26,000 |
10/25/17 06:53:14 AM PDT
Ruzicka Eliminated for Now
Vojtech Ruzicka was all in and at risk with pocket sixes and Romain Follet looked him up with the . The board ran out and Ruzicka headed to the rail. Artan Dedusha's stack has taken a hit on the same table while Follet sits with more than double stack.
The early chip leader appears to be Martin Kabrhel, who already knocked out three opponents.
|Martin Kabrhel||80,000||34,000 |
|Romain Follet||48,000||28,000 |
|Erik Cajelais||42,000||22,000 |
|Minh Hoang||35,000||35,000 |
|Alex Foxen||30,000||10,000 |
|Scott Stewart||20,000||20,000 |
|Ali Sameeian||20,000||-5,000 |
|John Racener||19,500||-500 |
|Artan Dedusha||17,000||-23,000 |
|Phil Hellmuth||15,000||-5,000 |
|Marek Blasko||15,000||15,000 |
|Maxim Lykov||10,000||-10,000 |
|Vojtech Ruzicka||0||-5,000 |
10/25/17 06:43:18 AM PDT
Fernandez versus Mustafov
The flop on the table was and Fahredin Mustafov, in the big blind, Francisco Fernandez, in the under-the-gun position, and the two other players all checked.
The on the turn made Mustafov check again, Fernandez bet 2,500, the player in mid-position folded, the player on the cutoff called. The decision was now back on Mustafov who raised to 8,000 but now Fernandez shoved, the other player and Mustafov folded.
|Fahredin Mustafov||16,000||-18,000 |
10/25/17 06:42:23 AM PDT
The Table of Death
Table 90 has already lost at least four players, and the stacks of Rolf Galasen, Federico Quevedo and Salvatore Camarda moved up significantly. Galasen confirmed that he cracked pocket aces twice in three-bet pots, the latter of which belonged to Petr Targa. Galasen had and flopped trips sixes.
|Rolf Galasen||68,000||48,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||55,000||10,000 |
10/25/17 06:34:11 AM PDT
|Marc MacDonnell||45,000||45,000 |
|Salvatore Camarda||45,000||45,000 |
|Barny Boatman||39,000||19,000 |
|Fahredin Mustafov||34,000||14,000 |
|Roberto Romanello||32,000||12,000 |
|Vincent Moscati||26,000||26,000 |
|Josef Snejberg||22,000||22,000 |
|Kristen Bicknell||20,000||20,000 |
|Chris Ferguson||17,000||-3,000 |
|Vivian Saliba||16,500||-3,500 |
|Michal Mrakes||13,000||-7,000 |
|Joseph Di Rosa Rojas||12,000||12,000 |
|David Urban||8,000||-11,800 |
10/25/17 06:30:31 AM PDT
Leah Gets a Fold
The flop read and Mike Leah bet 1,400 from early position to be called by the player on the button. The turn brought them the , Leah continued with a bet of 3,400 and now his opponent folded.
10/25/17 06:29:48 AM PDT
Dedusha Doubles Through Ruzicka
On the four-way turn of , Aylar Lie faced a bet of 1,900 by the big blind and called from under the gun before Thomas Pettersson in the small blind folded. Lie also called another bet of 3,275 on the river and mucked when she was shown for trips tens by the big blind.
At the same time one table over, Artan Dedusha got his stack of 19,900 in preflop with . He faced Vojtech Ruzicka with the and got there on a board of .
10/25/17 06:27:56 AM PDT
Kabrhel Steaming Ahead
Martin Kabrhel had already collected a bounty earlier today and now he checked blind from mid-position when the flop was being dealt: . His opponent, in late position, bet 2,200 and Kabrhel called.
Kabrhel checked blind again before the was dealt on the turn.
The river completed the board with the , now Kabrhel bet 5,00 and his opponent folded.
|Martin Kabrhel||46,000||26,000 |
10/25/17 06:16:18 AM PDT
Re-Entry for Blasi and Racener
Micky Blasi was among the first players to bust and just re-entered and John Racener will be back shortly as well. Racener got it in with pocket nines and Elena Litvinyuk called with the to see the board run out .
|John Racener||20,000||6,000 |
10/25/17 06:08:13 AM PDT
A Bounty for Baldelli
Plenty of chips were already in the middle until the river of a board and Petr Vlcek tossed in his bounty chip and last 5,000 chips. Fabien Baldelli called and Vlcek showed , which Baldelli had beat with the .
"Wee a bounty," the Frenchman cheered and faces Christian Arstad, Michael Magalashvili and Camilla Reventlow on his table.
|Fabien Baldelli||31,000||31,000 |
|Michael Magalashvili||26,000||26,000 |
|Christian Arstad||24,000||4,000 |
|Camilla Reventlow||17,000||17,000 |
|Petr Vlcek||0||0 |
10/25/17 06:01:00 AM PDT
Hughes Takes from Ta
Until the river of a board , there were already 9,000 in the middle and Luc Thong Ta checked from early position. Ryan Hughes bet 5,700 and Ta eventually called, then mucked when Hughes turned over the .
Hughes chipped up early on, as did Roland Israelashvili, Aaron Duczak, and Walter Treccarichi.
|Aaron Duczak||40,000||500 |
|Roland Israelashvili||34,000||16,000 |
|Ryan Hughes||32,000||12,000 |
|Luc Thong Ta||14,000|
10/25/17 05:58:30 AM PDT
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10/25/17 05:52:13 AM PDT
Armino Takes from Racener
Leonardo Armino raised to 500 and John Racener three-bet to 1,500 from one seat over, Armino called. On the flop, the Dutchman checked and Racener continued for 1,200 to pick up a call by Armino.
Both players then ended up checking the turn and river, and Armino turned over to win the pot. Oliver Heidel sat down at the same table that very moment while Michal Mrakes and Jeff Cormier are one table over.
|John Racener||14,000||-6,000 |
10/25/17 05:49:19 AM PDT
More Names to Follow
|Phil Hellmuth||20,000||20,000 |
|Fabian Gumz||20,000||20,000 |
|Erik Cajelais||20,000||20,000 |
|Ismael Bojang||20,000||20,000 |
|Mario Perati||20,000||20,000 |
|Ryan Leng||20,000||20,000 |