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2022/23 International Circuit - King’s Resort (Rozvadov, Czech Republic)

Friday, January 20, 2023 to Monday, January 23, 2023

WSOPC Event #11: €1,700 MAIN EVENT

EVENT IN PROGRESS:Level: 27 | Blinds: 40,000/80,000 | Ante: 80,000
  • Buy-in: €1,700
  • Prizepool: €1,014,552
  • Entries: 689
  • Remaining: 9

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Monday, January 23, 2023 10:03 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 9 hours ago)

Level 25: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 19/589

Ercan Atmaca jammed for a little more than four big blinds from under the gun and was looked up by Simone Santucci from the cutoff.

Ercan Atmaca:   
Simone Santucci:   

It could have easily been the end of the line for Atmaca as his sevens were dominated by Santucci's nines. However, he flopped a set and never looked back with the       running out on the board.

Simone Santucci - 2,200,000
Ercan Atmaca - 500,000

Monday, January 23, 2023 9:53 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

Level 25: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 19/589

Paul Coveciu just hit the rail at the TV table in 20th place. You can watch exactly how that went down in under 30 minutes by clicking on any of the links for the WSOPC Main Event stream below.

Monday, January 23, 2023 9:52 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

The following players cashed for €6,767. The final 20 players each locked up €7,657 with the payouts going up huge from here.

Place Player Country Prize
21 Tomas Chmela Slovakia €6,767
22 Manfred Hochmuth Germany €6,767
23 Renato Messina Italy €6,767
Monday, January 23, 2023 9:48 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

Level 25: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 20/689

Bastian Gallitzendoerfer opened for 110,000 from the cutoff. Manfred Hochmuth three-bet shoved for 700,000 from the button and was snap-called by Gallitzendoerfer.

Manfred Hochmuth:   
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer:   

Hochmuth improved to top pair on the     flop but he was still behind his opponent. The   turn opened up a flush draw for Hochmuth but he was out of chips after a blank   paired the board on the river.

Moments later, Tomas Chmela joined Hochmuth on the rail.

Bastian Gallitzendoerfer - 2.4 million
Manfred Hochmuth - 0
Tomas Chmela - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 9:38 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

Level 25: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 22/869

The action has resumed with 22 players remaining. The level will begin with a 31 big blind average. 

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Monday, January 23, 2023 9:37 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)
Level: 25
Blinds: 25,000/50,000
Ante: 50,000
Monday, January 23, 2023 9:24 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

Players are on a 15-minute break. Blinds will increase to 25,000/50,000 with a big blind ante of 50,000 when the action resumes.

Patrik Jaros still had the chip lead at the break with a stack of 6.2 million in chips. To put how big his stack is into perspective, the average chip count is 1.5 million.

Monday, January 23, 2023 9:19 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

Level 24: 20,000/40,000 (40,000)
Entries: 22/689

Tiziano Di Remauldo jammed the button for 715,000. Manfred Hochmuth called off his stack of 425,000 from the big blind and the cards were turned over.

Manfred Hochmuth:   
Tiziano Di Remauldo:   

Neither player connected with the       board and Hochmuth doubled with ace-high.

Manfred Hochmuth - 900,000
Tiziano Di Remauldo - 300,000

Monday, January 23, 2023 9:04 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 10 hours ago)

Level 24: 20,000/40,000 (40,000)
Entries: 22/869

We caught up with a hand where Simone Sintucci had his stack of 625,000 committed on the     flop and was up against Bastian Gallitzendoerfer.

Simone Sintucci:   
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer:   

Sintucci flopped a set but oddly enough it was still a coin-flip situation with Gallitzendoerfer flopping both an open-ended straight draw and a flush drawing.

The   turn was safe for Sintucci and he doubled his stack with a full house after the   river paired the board.

Meanwhile, shortly after, Renato Messina lost his short stack and there were just 22 hopefuls remaining.

Bastian Gallitzendoerfer - 1.7 million
Simone Sintucci - 1.5 million

Monday, January 23, 2023 8:59 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)

Level 24: 20,000/40,000 (40,000)
Entries: 23/689

Renato Messina opened for 80,000 from middle position before Simone Sintucci three-bet shoved for 305,000 from one seat over. Messina quickly called and Sintucci was at risk.

Simone Sintucci:   
Renato Messina:   

Sintucci got out of his chair even though he was ahead. He sat back down as soon as his king paired up on the     flop. Messina was drawing dead after the   turn and paid off Sintucci after the   river completed the board to make the hand official.

Simone Sintucci - 705,000
Renato Messina - 420,000

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Monday, January 23, 2023 8:51 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)

Level 24: 20,000/40,000 (40,000)
Entries: 23/689

Ercan Atmaca jammed over the open by Kestutis Jungevicius for 420,000. Tiziano Di Remauldo four-bet shoved for 1,100,000 and Jungevicius folded.

Ercan Atmaca:   
Tiziano Di Remauldo:   

Atmaca was behind and he stayed that way after the     flop. However, the   turn paired his queen to take the lead and Di Remauldo was now the one behind needing one of the three remaining kings to win the pot. A blank completed the board on the river and Atmaca doubled his stack through Di Remauldo.

Ercan Atmaca - 950,000
Tiziano Di Remauldo - 700,000

Monday, January 23, 2023 8:43 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)

The following players were awarded a Main Event payout of €5,876. The final 23 players have locked up at least a €6,767 payday.

Place Player Country Prize
24 Frederik Brink Denmark €5,876
25 Jonas Lauck Germany €5,876
26 Gary Hasson Belgium €5,876
27 Maria Lampropulos Greece €5,876
Monday, January 23, 2023 8:42 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)

Level 24: 20,000/40,000 (40,000)
Entries: 23/689

Patrik Jaros check-raised the     flop from 125,000 to 420,000. Frederik Brink tanked for a minute before he called. Jaros fired out for another 350,000 on the   turn and Brink called.

The   river completed the board and Jaros jammed for more than the approximately 1.3 million Brink had left in his stack. Brink tanked for several minutes before he called.

Jaros tapped the table as to say nice call. But the reality of the situation turned out to be different. Jaros turned over   .

"What the f&#%!" screamed Jaros as he found out his hand was good with Brink calling with   .

"I thought you had some bluffs," said Brink before heading to the cashier.

Meanwhile, Jaros was thrilled that he extended his chip lead to 6.1 million in chip.

Patrik Jaros - 6.1 million
Frederik Brink - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 8:28 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)
Level: 24
Blinds: 20,000/40,000
Ante: 40,000
Monday, January 23, 2023 8:18 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000 (30,000)
Entries: 24/689

The action has resumed with 4:01 remaining on the clock for Level 23.

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Monday, January 23, 2023 8:17 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 11 hours ago)
Table Seat Player Chips Big Blinds
37 1 Giuseppe Abbonizio 1,415,000 47
37 2 Zaki Hamani 1,575,000 53
37 3 Dmitrijs Prohorovs 1,675,000 56
37 4 Paul Covaciu 545,000 18
37 5 Stanislaw Miadzel 1,180,000 39
37 6 Orhan Sen 1,825,000 61
37 7 Sebastian Langrock 480,000 16
37 8 Michael Gehrmann 2,100,000 70
         
38 1 Tomas Chmela 1,500,000 50
38 2 Klas Krueger 925,000 31
38 3 Patrik Jaros 3,950,000 132
38 4 Frederik Brink 1,300,000 43
38 5 Felix Schott 800,000 27
38 6 Giovanni Nava 1,150,000 38
38 7 Philipp Krieger 3,000,000 100
38 8 Pierre Kauert 950,000 32
         
39 1 Ercan Atmaca 940,000 31
39 2 Tiziano Di Romualdo 550,000 18
39 3 Renato Messina 900,000 30
39 4 Simone Sintucci 525,000 18
39 5 Manfred Hochmuth 660,000 22
39 6 Bastian Gallitzendoerfer 3,100,000 103
39 7 Kestutis Jungevicius 650,000 22
39 8 Nisad Muratovic 1,000,000 33
Monday, January 23, 2023 7:58 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 12 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000
Entries: 24/689

Jonas Lauck three-bet jammed for about 7 big blinds and was called by Orhan Sen, who originally opened with a min-raise.

Jonas Lauck:   
Orhan Sen:   

Lauck was ahead and even improved to top pair after the       ran out on the board. Unfortunately for the German pro, Sen improved to two pair and Lauck was on the rail in 25th place.

Players were sent on a quick break while the three-table redraw was taking place.

Orhan Sen - 1.8 million
Jonas Lauck - 0
Monday, January 23, 2023 7:45 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 12 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000 (30,000)
Entries: 25/689

Klas Krueger opened for 65,000 from the hijack. Bastian Gallitzendoerfer three-bet to 250,000 from the button before Dmitrijs Prohorovs four-bet shoved for about 1,500,000. Krueger snap folded and the action paused for a minute or two on Gallitzendoerfer.

"You fold, I already see it in your face," Prohorovs said to Gallitzendoerfer.

Gallitzendoerfer folded but not before flashing the table the   . He would have been behind in a 3 million chip pot if he called as Prohorovs returned the favor and showed his   .

Meanwhile, Gary Hasson was eliminated in 26th place leaving just 25 players remaining.

Patrik Jaros - 3.5 million
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer - 2.8 million
Dmitrijs Prohorovs - 1.9 million
Klas Krueger - 0.8 million
Gary Hasson - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 7:35 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 12 hours ago)
Place Player Country Prize
28 Lukas Pazma Slovakia €5,164
29 Friedrich Raez Switzerland €5,164
30 Andreas Heitrich Germany €5,164
31 Ali Amelipour Germany €5,164
Monday, January 23, 2023 7:32 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 12 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000 (30,000)
Entries: 26/689

Maria Lampropulos made yet another deep run. But sometimes all good things must come to an end like they did for the last woman standing in the Main Event. Lampropulos was down to around 3 big blinds when she jammed from the small blind with   . Orhan Sen called with    and won the hand with a full house to eliminate Lampropulos in 27th place with the       running out on the board. Around the same time, Lukas Pazma was also eliminated.

Lampropulos did manage to ladder up a spot as instead of collecting the €5,164 prize that Pazma and a handful of others collected, she will go home with a bigger prize of €5,876.

Orhan Sen - 2.3 million
Maria Lampropulos - 0
Lukas Pazma - 0

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