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2017 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOP Live Updates

Saturday, October 28, 2017 to Monday, October 30, 2017

Event #6: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha

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  • Buy-in: €2,200
  • Prizepool: €366,529
  • Entries: 191
  • Remaining: 0
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10/30/17 08:06:38 AM PDT
Yankov Picks Off Zaskodny

Lukas Zaskodny potted in the small blind with      and Krasimir Yankov defended with     . Zaskodny bet 60,000 on the     flop. Yankov called and both checked the  . Zaskodny fired 150,000 on the   river and Yankov called and won with his straight.

Krasimir Yankov1,709,000415,000
Lukas Zaskodny1,278,000-325,000
10/30/17 07:57:22 AM PDT
Georgios Koliofotis Moving Up Again

Georgios Koliofotis

Pim van Holsteyn opened to 55,000 with      and Georgios Koliofotis and Liran Twito both called.

The flop came     and Twito was the first to bet after the action checked to him. Twito bet 140,000 and van Holsteyn folded. Koliofotis check-raised to 250,000 with      and Twito called.

The turn was the   and Koliofotis bet 665,000. Twito folded.

Georgios Koliofotis1,494,000370,000
Liran Twito1,011,000-365,000
Pim van Holsteyn946,000-130,000
10/30/17 07:54:34 AM PDT
Aces and a Squeeze

Liran Twito opened with [6c4d3ds] to 60,000. Lukas Zaskodny called with      and Krasimir Yankov woke up with      in the cutoff. He made it 270,000 and chased everyone away.

10/30/17 07:47:01 AM PDT
Updated Chip Counts
Lukas Zaskodny1,603,000-65,000
Liran Twito1,376,000-31,000
Krasimir Yankov1,294,000-20,000
Georgios Koliofotis1,124,000322,000
Pim van Holsteyn1,076,000-180,000
Allen Kessler518,000-12,000
Sergej Barbarez64,900-592,100
10/30/17 07:44:50 AM PDT
Georgios Koliofotis Continues to See Flops

Four players saw the flop for 55,000. The flop came     and Pim van Holsteyn led for 125,000 with      and Georgios Koliofotis raised with     . van Holsteyn folded and Koliofotis won the hand.

Koliofotis has been the most active player at the table so far on Day 3. He has gone from middle of the pack to chip leader and back.

10/30/17 07:39:16 AM PDT
Kessler Drags One

Allen Kessler opened to 55,000 with     . Georgio Koliofotis defended big blind with     . The flop came     and both checked. The turn was a   and Koliofotis fired 75,000. Kessler thought a bit and called. Both checked the   river and Kessler's aces won the showdown.

Georgios Koliofotis802,000-140,000
Allen Kessler530,000144,000
10/30/17 07:37:45 AM PDT
Willm Engelke Eliminated in 8th Place (€9,076)

Willm Engelke

Georgios Koliofotis raised to 55,000 with      and Willm Engelke called in position with     . Liran Twito called as well with     .

The flop came     and Koliofotis checked. Engelke went all in for 61,000 more and both Twito and Koliofotis called.

The turn was the   and both remaining players checked. The river was the   and they checked again. Twito won the hand and Engelke was eliminated in eighth place. He will take home €9,076.

Lukas Zaskodny1,668,00018,000
Liran Twito1,407,000207,000
Krasimir Yankov1,314,000-366,000
Pim van Holsteyn1,256,000-44,000
Georgios Koliofotis942,000-58,000
Sergej Barbarez657,000-64,000
Allen Kessler386,00050,000
Willm Engelke0-275,000
10/30/17 07:29:25 AM PDT
Zaskodny's Flopped Nuts Turn into River Nuts

Lukas Zaskodny

Georgios Koliofotis opened for 55,000 with     . Lukas Zaskodny called with     . Pim van Holsteyn called with      in the big blind. The flop came     and action checked to Zaskodny. He bet 80,000 and only Koliofotis continued. The Greek player check-called 183,000 on the   when he picked up two pair and the river was a  .

Koliofotis check-called a final bet of 355,000, and Zaskodny showed down his straight.

Lukas Zaskodny1,650,000650,000
Georgios Koliofotis1,000,000-730,000
10/30/17 07:23:20 AM PDT
Georgios Koliofotis Takes the Chip Lead

Georgios Koliofotis raised to 55,000 with      and Liran Twito reraised the pot to 189,000 holding      in the cutoff. Koliofotis called and the flop came    .

Koliofotis checked and Twito bet 145,000. Koliofotis called. The turn was the   and Koliofotis checked again. Twito bet 260,000 and Koliofotis went all in. Twito didn't take too long before folding.

Georgios Koliofotis1,730,000496,000
Liran Twito1,200,000-454,000
10/30/17 07:11:19 AM PDT
Zaskodny's Danglers Make a Boat

Lukas Zaskodny opened to 50,000 with     . He got called in two spots, and     flopped. Zaskodny bet 65,000 and Krasimir Yankov called in position with     . Zaskodny checked the   turn and Yankov bet 170,000. The   river filled Zaskodny up and he shoved for 498,000. Yankov snap-mucked.

Lukas Zaskodny1,000,000347,000
10/30/17 07:02:28 AM PDT
Allen Kessler Hits the Flop

Georgios Koliofotis raised to 45,000 with      and Allen Kessler called in position with     . Pim van Holsteyn called from the big blind with     .

The flop came     and the action checked to Kessler who bet the pot, 143,000, and before he could count out the chips both of his opponents folded.

10/30/17 06:52:55 AM PDT
Check it Down

Four players saw a     flop for 60,000 apiece after Liran Twito raised under the gun with     . Everyone checked, and the turn and river got checked through as well when the   and   hit. Georgios Koliofotis opened      for a flopped two pair in the small blind and nobody could beat it.

Georgios Koliofotis1,234,000223,000
10/30/17 05:54:55 AM PDT
Krasimir Yankov Leads the Final 8 in Event #6: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha

Krasimir Yankov Wins Two Off Vahid Amirzahiri

Krasimir Yankov leads the final table of Event #6: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha. After a strong showing on Day 2, Yankov managed to overtake Day 1 chip leader Liran Twito. Yankov bagged 1,680,000 and ended just ahead of the 1,654,000 of Twito. Pim van Holsteyn rounds out the top three with 1,300,000. Yankov entered Day 2 with 305,000 and had a great run on Day 2 to bag the big stack heading into the final table.

Allen Kessler comes into the day in seventh position seeking his first WSOP gold bracelet after 107 previous cashes. He will enter the day with 336,000.

Another player to watch is Sergej Barbarez, who is a retired footballer with 47 international appearances for the Bosnia and Herzegovina National team. He has $133,527 in live tournament earnings and will enter the day with 721,000.

The final table will be live streamed on a 30-minute delay on WSOP.com.

Below is the seating chart for the final table. Cards are in the air at 2 p.m. local time and PokerNews will have updates all day until a winner is crowned.

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Pim van HolsteynNetherlands1,300,00081
2Sergej BarbarezGermany721,00045
3Georgios KoliofotisGermany1,011,00063
4Willm EngelkeGermany275,00017
5Liran TwitoIsrael1,654,000104
6Allen KesslerUnited States336,00021
7Lukas ZaskodnyCzech Republic653,00040
8Krasimir YankovBulgaria1,680,000105
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