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2018 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOP Live Updates

Thursday, October 18, 2018 to Monday, October 22, 2018

Event #5: €1,100 Monster Stack

EVENT IN PROGRESS:    Level: 9  |  Blinds: 500/1000  |  Ante: 1000
  • Buy-in: €1,100
  • Prizepool: €0
  • Entries: tbd
  • Remaining: 227
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10/20/18 12:19:25 PM PDT (about 9 minutes ago)
Level 9 started
Level: 9 Blinds: 500/1000 Ante: 1000
10/20/18 12:14:53 PM PDT (about 13 minutes ago)
Big stacks in the Room

Kevin Frame currently holds the largest stack in the room as level eight is coming to an end with an impressive 214,000 chips.

Kevin Frame214,000164,000
Oleg Netaliev161,600121,600
Wai Leong160,000
Erkan Sonmez123,000
Manish Goenka121,70081,700
Thomas Hofmann112,60072,600
Tobias Peters100,00046,600
10/20/18 12:14:20 PM PDT (about 14 minutes ago)
Latest Selection of Chip Counts
Jorg Peisert180,000180,000
Christian Thiry122,00055,000
Yehuda Cohen88,000
Jia Tang80,00080,000
Romain Lewis75,00075,000
Vojtech Ruzicka75,000-13,000
Viktor Kovachev70,00030,000
Adolf Huber66,00026,000
Asi Moshe61,000-1,000
Ognjen Sekularac43,000
Marcin Chmielewski39,000-85,000
Jonathan Abdellatif35,000
Allen Kessler29,00029,000
Nico Mussini28,0005,000
Anatolii Zyrin27,000-7,000
Christopher Back23,000-1,000
Sebastian Kos8,000-27,000
10/20/18 12:10:11 PM PDT (about 18 minutes ago)
Big Slick Works for Boyaciyan

David Boyaciyan

David Boyaciyan opened to 2,200 from under the gun and Sinisa Bodrozic called on the button. The small blind shipped all in for 14,500 and Boyaciyan also pushed all in for around 25,000. Bodrozic quickly folded and the cards were on their backs.

David Boyaciyan:   

The flop came     and Boyaciyan took the lead with a pair of aces. The   landed on the turn and the   hit the river as Boyaciyan eliminated his opponent to return to a starting stack.

Sinisa Bodrozic209,500209,500
David Boyaciyan40,30040,300
10/20/18 12:03:02 PM PDT (about 25 minutes ago)
More Eliminations
Martin Kabrhel0-40,000
Peter Kuzma0
Ihor Yerofieev0
Leow Seng Yee0
Petr Subik0
Roman Cieslik0
Tobias Karl00
Markus Hoeffe0-40,000
Anthony Clancy0
Pavel Havranek0
10/20/18 11:55:46 AM PDT (about 32 minutes ago)
Somers Doesn't Get Paid

Fabrice Somers

David Urban raised to 1,400 from the early position and was called by Rastislav Paleta in the cutoff. Fabrice Somers three-bet to 4,400 from the big blind and only Urban called.

The flop came     for Somers to check-call the 2,700 bet of Urban.

They both checked through the   on the turn to the   on the river. Somers sneaked a peak at Urban and then bet 22,500. Urban took a few seconds before folding.,

Somers claimed to have held ace-king.

David Urban87,00087,000
Fabrice Somers63,00023,000
10/20/18 11:51:54 AM PDT (about 36 minutes ago)
Selection of Chip Counts
Marcin Chmielewski124,00084,000
Cord Garcia70,00032,000
Viliyan Petleshkov50,00016,000
Philipp Zukernik44,0004,000
Nico Mussini23,000-17,000
Gary Hasson10,000
Marc Anthony Joseph00
Madhav Gupta0-40,000
Tomasz Chmiel0-40,000
Martin Kuba0
Alexander Dmitrienko0
Alexis De Vroey00
Alexander Konovalov0
Adrian Buzan0-30,000
10/20/18 11:49:03 AM PDT (about 39 minutes ago)
Ruzicka Doubles Again

Vojtech Ruzicka

The board read      with around 20,000 in the middle, Vojtech Ruzicka had checked in the small blind and Daniel Rezaei bet 8,500 from the cutoff which Ruzicka called.

The river completed the board with the   on which Ruzicka checked again. Rezaei announced all-in, having Ruzicka slightly covered. Ruzicka shook his hand, smiled, looked at his cards again, and tanked a bit longer. After a while, Ruzicka reluctantly made the call.

"Good call." Rezaei said while turning around    for the bluff and Ruzicka doubled up for around 20.000 with    for the turned pair of queens leaving Rezaei behind with around 4,000 which he lost shortly after.

Vojtech Ruzicka88,00048,500
Asi Moshe62,00025,000
Roland Israelashvili50,00010,000
Aylar Lie19,0003,600
Daniel Rezaei00
10/20/18 11:45:07 AM PDT (about 43 minutes ago)
Level 8 started
Level: 8 Blinds: 400/800 Ante: 800
10/20/18 11:44:22 AM PDT (about 44 minutes ago)
Righetti Gets the Hammer Dropped On

A large pot was brewing between Juergen Hammer and Alessandro Righetti with around 15,000 already in the middle. The board read      and the two players stuck in 21,600 each on the turn.

The river brought the   and Hammer stuck in a bet of 25,000. Righetti was down to his last 21,700 chips and took some time to make a decision.

"I'll show you my cards if you fold," Hammer said. Righetti still thought for another minute before finally letting go of his cards. Hammer was about to muck his cards when Jeff Madsen reminded him of what he said. Hammer obliged and flashed the    for a full house.

Juergen Hammer74,000
Alessandro Righetti21,700
10/20/18 11:28:27 AM PDT (about 60 minutes ago)
More Eliminations
Karl Metz0
Tal Noach00
Andrei Kanapelka00
Hao Tian00
Evian Christ0-32,000
Michael Bartov0
Gerrit Muller00
10/20/18 11:24:36 AM PDT (about 1 hour and 3 minutes ago)
Ruzicka Doubles Through Lie

Vojtech Ruzicka shoved from the button for 19,300 and was called by Aylar Lie in the small blind.

Vojtech Ruzicka:   
Aylar Lie:   

The board ran out       for Ruzicka to hit a queen on the flop to double up and leave Lie behind with just over 15,000.

Vojtech Ruzicka39,5005,500
Aylar Lie15,400-24,600
10/20/18 11:22:58 AM PDT (about 1 hour and 5 minutes ago)
Newcomers After Dinner

The field has grown past the 300 mark with a total of 304 entries on Day 1C and 245 players remaining. Late registration will remain open until the beginning of level 13 which will be approximately 12:25 a.m.

Tomasz Chmiel40,00040,000
Jeff Madsen40,00040,000
Viktor Kovachev40,00040,000
Martin Kabrhel40,00040,000
Theodoros Aidonopoulos40,00040,000
Szabolcs Mayer40,00040,000
10/20/18 11:19:30 AM PDT (about 1 hour and 9 minutes ago)
Englundh Leads Without Hesitation

Grzegorz Idziak raised it up to 1,800 in the cutoff and Andres Zepeda three-bet to 5,000 on the button. Johannes Englundh cold-called from the big blind and Idziak also called.

The flop fell     and Englundh led out for 12,000 into the two preflop raisers. Idziak folded and Zepeda called to see the   on the turn. Englundh fired out another 16,000 and Zepeda laid his hand down this time.

Johannes Englundh102,000
Andres Zepeda35,800-25,900
Grzegorz Idziak34,50034,500
10/20/18 11:06:01 AM PDT (about 1 hour and 22 minutes ago)
Latest Eliminations
Marek Ohnisko0-20,000
Ovidiu Oprea0-40,000
Oliver Heidel00
Petr Liesner0-36,500
Bernd Werner00
Milad Oghabian0-24,000
Zakhar Galper0-40,000
Aleksandr Nemtsov00
Konstantinos Tsirakidis0-40,000
Marc Eicher00
Johann Hem00
Scott Hanna00
Mykhailo Popeliar00
Janos Katzenberger0-40,000
Frank Debus0-40,000
Guoliang Wei00
Dinesh Alt0-42,000
Plamen Yakimov00
Winfred Yu00
Stefan Mital00
Andreas Mages0-40,000
Refael Dahan00
10/20/18 11:00:09 AM PDT (about 1 hour and 28 minutes ago)
Level 7 started
Level: 7 Blinds: 300/600 Ante: 600
10/20/18 10:19:49 AM PDT (about 2 hours and 8 minutes ago)
Dinner Break

The tournament clock is showing 292 entries of which 244 remain. Those remaining players have been sent for a 40-minute dinner break.

10/20/18 10:10:15 AM PDT (about 2 hours and 18 minutes ago)
Amedi Continues Betting with the Second Best

Netanel Amedi raised it up from under the gun and Christian Thiry called from the big blind. The flop came     and Thiry check-called a bet of 1,700 from Amedi.

The turn brought the   and Thiry checked again. Amedi fired another 5,300 and Thiry still called as the   completed the board. Thiry checked for the third time and Amedi bet another 12,100. Thiry thought for a minute before making the call again. Amedi flipped over    but it was no match for the    of Thiry.

Christian Thiry67,00027,000
Netanel Amedi28,80028,800
10/20/18 10:00:47 AM PDT (about 2 hours and 27 minutes ago)
Walnum Eliminates Sgorrano Before Dinner Break

Andreas Walnum opened to 1,300 in the hijack and Jerome Sgorrano three-bet to 3,200 in the cutoff. The action folded back to Walnum who called to see a flop of    .

Walnum checked to Sgorrano who bet 2,800 and Walnum check-raised all in. Sgorrano wasted little time in calling off his last 20,000 chips but was well behind when the cards were tabled. Walnum showed    while Sgorrano held   . The   on the turn and the   on the river changed nothing as Sgorrano shipped his chips to Walnum.

Andreas Walnum55,50055,500
Jérôme Sgorrano0-31,500
10/20/18 09:58:27 AM PDT (about 2 hours and 30 minutes ago)
Latest Eliminations
Amir Shojaei0-40,000
Jan Kaschel00
Francesco Delfoco0-49,000
Pascal Brechot0
Noam Shahar0-40,000
Alessandro Ferrari00
Maria Dviniatina0
Yunsheng Sun00
Dirk Luenzer0-20,200
Mauro Ferrari0-40,000
Jessica Teusl00
Dimitrios Ballas00
Mateusz Zerko0
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