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2015 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOPE Live Updates

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 to Thursday, October 15, 2015

Event #5: €2,200 Mixed Event (8-game) (Tables are 6-Handed)

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  • Buy-in: €2,200
  • Prizepool: €219,220
  • Entries: 113
  • Remaining: 0
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10/16/15 05:32:35 AM PST
 
Alex Komaromi Wins Uruguay's First Gold Bracelet (EUR 65,740)
 


Alex Komaromi crowned champion of Mixed Event #5

The final three players returned for Day 3 of the €2,200 World Series of Poker Europe Mixed Event #5, and Uruguay's Alex Komaromi was leading the contenders for the title at the Spielbank Berlin with half of the chips in play. It took him just under an hour to eliminated both opponents, winning the event and locking up a payday of €65,740.

Noah Bronstein got off to a good start this afternoon, then lost two big 2-7 Triple Draw hands in a row. Then, in No-Limit Hold'em, Bronstein raised the button, and Komaromi defended his big blind. On the     flop, Komaromi check-called the continuation bet, then led the   turn. Bronstein moved all in and was called instantly to find himself already drawing dead.

Komaromi:   
Bronstein:   

The   river was just a formality, and the heads-up battle against two-times WSOP bracelet winner Scott Clements didn't last long either. A Pot-Limit Omaha hand brought the decisive confrontation after a     flop. Komaromi check-raised the pot, and Clements moved all in.

Clements:      for a pair of sevens and a queen-high flush draw
Komaromi:      for a pair of nines and the ace-high flush draw

The   turn and the   river both ran out safely for Komaromi, and he became the first ever player from Uruguay to win WSOP gold.

Final Table Results:

1st place: Alex Komaromi (Uruguay) - €65,740
2nd place: Scott Clements (USA) - €40,645
3rd place: Noah Bronstein (USA) - €29,200
4th place: Jonathan Duhamel (Canada) - €21,065
5th place: Shaun Deeb (USA) - €15,235
6th place: Jens Lakemeier (Austria) - €11,025

10/16/15 05:06:26 AM PST
 
Alex Komaromi Wins Event #5 (EUR 65,740); Scott Clements Eliminated in 2nd Place (EUR 40,645)
 

Pot-Limit Omaha

In a limped pot, Scott Clements checks the     flop, and Alex Komaromi bets 10,000. Clements calls and checks the   turn. Komaromi bets 25,000, and Clements folds.

Clements then raises to 24,000 on the next hand, and Komaromi calls. On the     flop, Komaromi checks, and Clements bets 40,000 with 227,000 behind. Komaromi glances over to check the stack of the opponent, then raises the pot. Clements moves all in, and Komaromi quickly calls.

Clements:      for a pair of sevens and a queen-high flush draw
Komaromi:      for a pair of nines and an ace-high flush draw.

"Oh wow, nice hand," Clements sighs, and he hits the rail after the   turn and the   river both brick.

Komaromi wins the pot and the title, becoming the first ever player from Uruguay to win a WSOP gold bracelet.

10/16/15 05:04:11 AM PST
 
Level 21 Structure
 
Game Order

Antes in

NLH and

Stud Games

Low/High Card

or

Small Blind

Completion

or

Big Blind

Limits
Limit Flop/Draw Games
- 8,000 15,000 15,000/30,000
Stud Games
3,000 5,000 15,000 15,000/30,000
No-Limit/Pot-Limit Games
2,000
4,000 8,000 -
10/16/15 05:02:56 AM PST
 
Level 21 Started
 

Level:21 Limits:15,000/30,000

10/16/15 04:59:46 AM PST
 
Quick Chip Race
 

The T500 chips are being raced off as Level 20 has come to an end. Alex Komaromi still holds a commanding lead with 840,000 chips against the 290,000 of Scott Clements.

10/16/15 04:52:06 AM PST
 
A Misread and a Split Pot
 

Omaha Hi/Lo

Alex Komaromi limps the button, and Scott Clements checks. On the     flop, Clements bets and Komaromi calls. Same applies for the   turn before both players check the   river is checked through. Clements shows      for two pair, tens and sevens. Komaromi flips over his      for a full house, and he's surprised by what he sees. "I thought I had something else," he says, and Clements nods.

The next hand, Komaromi bets all streets on a       board. Clements calls him down and shows      for a six-five-four low and a flush. Komaromi shows      for a six-five-three low, and they split the pot.

Alex Komaromi - 850,000
Scott Clements - 280,000

10/16/15 04:43:55 AM PST
 
Scott Clements Gets Some Back
 

No-Limit Hold'em

A bigger pot emerges in the last No-Limit Hold'em hand and Alex Komaromi wins it by betting the       river for 48,000. Scott Clements folds.

Stud

Komaromi completes with the  , and Clements defends his bring-in with the  .

Clements: (X)(X) /    
Komaromi: (X)(X) /    

Clements checks. Komaromi bets fourth and gets called, before Clements bets the fifth to win the pot.

In the next hand, Clements and Komaromi go to fifth street again.

Clements: (X)(X) /    
Komaromi: (X)(X) /    

Komaromi checks fourth street, Clements bets, and Komaromi calls. Clements bets fifth, and Komaromi folds.

Alex Komaromi - 790,000
Scott Clements - 340,000

10/16/15 04:34:25 AM PST
 
Noah Bronstein Eliminated in 3rd Place (EUR 29,200)
 

No-Limit Hold'em

Scott Clements raises the button, and Noah Bronstein moves all in from the big blind to claim the pot uncontested.

Then, Bronstein raises to 15,000 on the button, and Alex Komaromi calls defends his big blind. On the     flop, Komaromi checks, and Bronstein continues for 18,000. Komaromi calls and then bets the   on the turn for 30,000. Bronstein moves all in for what looks like 110,000, and Komaromi calls instantly.

Komaromi:   
Bronstein:   

Bronstein is already drawing dead, and the   river is a formality. Bronstein is eliminated in third place, and Komaromi starts heads-up play with a commanding lead.

Alex Komaromi - 810,000
Scott Clements - 320,000
Noah Bronstein - Eliminated in 3rd place (€20,200)

10/16/15 04:27:44 AM PST
 
Two Expensive Draw Hands for Noah Bronstein
 

2-7 Triple Draw

The first four hands of 2-7 Triple Draw pass with very little action.

On the fifth hand of the game, Alex Komaromi limps in, and Noah Bronstein raises. Komaromi calls. Both players draw three. Bronstein bets and Komaromi calls. Both players draw one card this time, and Bronstein bets again. Komaromi calls, and both players take one card again on the last draw. Komaromi bets, and Bronstein mucks, admitting that he paired up.

The last hand of the game sees Bronstein take two and Scott Clements take three on the first draw. Bronstein bets, and Clements calls. Both players take one card. Bronstein checks, Clements bets and Bronstein calls. Bronstein takes one, while Clements stands pat and announces a ninety-eight. Bronstein replies, "You are good," and Clements tables       to win the pot.

Noah Bronstein - 145,000

10/16/15 04:19:53 AM PST
 
More for Noah Bronstein
 

Stud Hi/Lo

Scott Clements completes with the  , and Noah Bronstein calls with the  .

Clements: (X)(X) /    
Bronstein: (X)(X) /    

Bronstein checks, then calls a bet on fourth street, before betting fifth street himself. Clements folds on fifth, and Bronstein wins the pot.

Scott Clements - 315,000
Noah Bronstein - 250,000

10/16/15 04:16:20 AM PST
 
Noah Bronstein Increases Stack
 

Limit Hold'em

In a battle of the blinds, Alex Komaromi raises and Noah Bronstein calls to see the flop    . Komaromi bets and Bronstein raises to take down the pot without showdown.

Noah Bronstein - 230,000

10/16/15 04:13:23 AM PST
 
It is All About the Betting
 

Limit Hold'em

Noah Bronstein raises the button and Alex Komaromi calls from the big blind. Komaromi checks the     flop and then calls the continuation bet of Bronstein. The   turn is checked through and Komaromi takes the pot on the   river with a bet.

Scott Clements raises the button and Bronstein calls. On the     flop, Bronstein mucks instantly to a continuation bet.

10/16/15 04:09:31 AM PST
 
Small Pots for Alex Komaromi
 

Pot-Limit Omaha

Alex Komaromi completes in the small blind, and Noah Bronstein checks his option in the big blind. On the     flop, Komaromi checks, and Bronstein bets 8,000. Komaromi calls, and both players check the   on the turn. Komaromi bets the   river, and Bronstein folds.

One hand later, Komaromi raises from the button, and Scott Clements calls in the big blind. The     flop is checked through. Clements checks again on the   turn, then mucks instantly when Komaromi makes a delayed continuation bet.

10/16/15 04:06:06 AM PST
 
Noah Bronstein Starts with Aces
 

Pot-Limit Omaha

Noah Bronstein opens to 18,000 from the small blind and Scott Clements calls in the big blind. On the     flop, Bronstein continues for 20,000 and Clements calls before both players check down the   turn and   river.

Bronstein announces, "Aces," and shows     . Clements mucks.

10/16/15 04:04:47 AM PST
 
Level 20 Structure
 
Game Order

Antes in

NLH and

Stud Games

Low/High Card

or

Small Blind

Completion

or

Big Blind

Limits
Limit Flop/Draw Games
- 6,000 12,000 12,000/24,000
Stud Games
3,000 3,000 12,000 12,000/24,000
No-Limit/Pot-Limit Games
1,500
3,000 6,000 -
10/16/15 04:04:46 AM PST
 
Level 20 Started
 

Level:20 Limits:12,000/24,000

10/16/15 03:30:03 AM PST
 
A Trio Battles for Title in Mixed Event #5
 


Only three of the six finalists remain

The €2,200 Mixed Event (8-game) of the World Series of Poker Europe at the Spielbank Berlin saw 24 players returning for Day 2, and once the final table of the last six was reached, the remaining hopefuls agreed to continue playing. Once the last three were reached at the start of Level 20, however, Alex Komaromi, Scott Clements and Noah Bronstein agreed to bag up for the night and return at 1:00 p.m. local time to determine a winner.

The trio has already €29,200 locked up for their efforts, but all eyes are set on the first-place payout of €65,740, and even more importantly, the gold bracelet. Komaromi leads with 549,000 chips. The Uruguayan has one prior WSOP cash to his name, a 141st-place finish in a $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em event in 2012.

Scott Clements (387,000) is second in chips with 43 WSOP cashes, more than $2.8 million in WSOP earnings and two bracelets to his name. Last but not least, Noah Bronstein (194,500) has 23 WSOP cashes for a total of $386,272 in earnings.

Komaromi has around half of the chips in play, and he is trying to become the first player from Uruguay to win a WSOP bracelet. Action will resume with 55 minutes left in Level 20. Two hands of Pot-Limit Omaha were played and the big bet games have so far had the most significant impact on the outcome.

Seat assignments:

Seat 1: Alex Komaromi (Uguruay) - 549,000
Seat 2: Noah Bronstein (USA) - 194,500
Seat 6: Scott Clements (USA) - 387,000



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