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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

EVENT UPDATES

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Monday, January 23, 2023 7:24 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 12 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 28/589

Everything was clicking yesterday for Friedrich Raez during Day 2 as he snagged the chip lead midway through the day and never looked back. However, his chip lead vanished soon into today and more recently he was eliminated at the TV table. 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 7:19 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000 (30,000)
Entries: 29/689

Bastian Gallitzendoerfer opened for 75,000 from under the gun and was called by Klas Krueger from the small blind and Zaki Hamani from the big blind.

The trio all checked the     flop and again on the   turn before Krueger fired out for 75,000 on the   river. Hamani folded and Gallitzendoerfer called. Krueger turned over the    for a flopped set and won the hand after his opponent mucked.

Patrik Jaros - 3.3 million
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer - 2.7 million
Zaki Hamani - 1.1 million
Klas Krueger - 1.0 million

Monday, January 23, 2023 7:06 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000 (30,000)
Entries: 29/689

Kestutis Jungevicius three-bet jammed from the cutoff for about 10 big blinds and was called by Sebastian Langrock from the hijack.

Kestutis Jungevicius:   
Sebastian Langrock:   

Jungevicius won the flip after his queen connected with the       board.

Sebastian Langrock - 710,000
Kestutis Jungevicius - 650,000

Monday, January 23, 2023 7:00 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)

Level 23: 15,000/30,000 (30,000)
Entries: 29/689

The action has resumed with blinds at 15,000/30,000 along with a 30,000 big blind ante. Andreas Heitrich won't be one of the returning players as he hit the rail in 30th place just before the break.

Meanwhile, Patrik Jaros still holds the chip lead with 29 players remaining.

Patrik Jaros - 4 million
Andreas Heitrich - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 6:58 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)
Level: 23
Blinds: 15,000/30,000
Ante: 30,000
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Monday, January 23, 2023 6:42 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)
Players are on a short scheduled break. The blinds will increase to 15,000/30,000 with a 30,000 big blind ante when the action resumes.
Monday, January 23, 2023 6:36 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 30/589

Ali Amelipour was eliminated at the TV table. 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 6:30 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 31/689

Christian Jetz was ousted just before the latest money jump and collected a prize of €4,452 alongside the following players:

Place Player Country Prize
32 Christian Jetz Germany €4,452
33 Nexhdet Jasiqi Germany €4,452
34 Leon Campbell United Kingdom €4,452
35 Edgaras Pipine Lithuania €4,452
36 Armin Alijagic Bosnia and Herzegovina €4,452
37 Aleksandar Nanchev Bulgaria €4,452
38 Amir Sarughieh Germany €4,452
39 Ilie Smintanca-Januszewski Romania €4,452

 

Meanwhile, the final 31 players each locked up at least a €5,164 Main Event payout.

Monday, January 23, 2023 6:24 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 13 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 32/689

Leon Campbell wasn't able to get things going too much today and jammed his short stack with    into the    held by Lukas Pazma. The       board gave both players top pair but Campbell was on the rail with the inferior kicker.

Meanwhile, players at another table were coming just as this hand was ended as the action was down to four tables of eight players each after Nexhdet Jasiqi hit the rail at a different table.

Lukas Pazma - 1.15 million
Leon Campbell - 0
Nexhdet Jasiqi - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 6:18 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 34/689

Nexhdet Jasiqi started today with one of the smaller stacks. He doubled his stack at least twice early in the day and things kept going from there. Jasiqi just lost some of his stack to Renato Messina but still has the biggest stack at his table. Here is how it went down.

Jasiqi opened for 55,000 from the button. Messina three-bet jammed for 435,000 from the big blind. Jasiqi requested a count and called a short time later.

Nexhdet Jasiqi:   
Renato Messina:   

Both players improved to the top pair on the   6d]   board. Messina's queen-kicker made the difference and he doulbed his stack.

"Nice hand, sir," Jasiqi said to Messina. 

Messina didn't reply and was busy piling up his chips.

Nexhdet Jasiqi - 1,000,000
Renato Messina - 900,000

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Monday, January 23, 2023 6:11 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 34/689

There was already around 600,000 in the pot when Bastian Gallitzendoerfer checked. Patrik Jaros fired out for 320,000. Gallitzendoerfer went into the tank for a minute or two before he called.

Both players checked the   river. Gallitzendoerfer turned over the    which wasn't near enough to win the hand. Jaros showed the    for two pair to take down a pot and extend his chip lead.

At the same time, Lithuania's Edgaras Pipine's impressive run has come to an end at a different table after coughing up his short stack.

Patrik Jaros - 3.5 million
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer - 1 million
Edgaras Pipine - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 6:03 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 35/689

Bastian Gallitzendoerfer was one of two players to start the day with 2 million in chips. He dipped down below for awhile but that was then and this is now.

Gallitzendoerfer bet 125,000 into a pot of 250,000 from the small blind with the       on the board. Patrik Jaros, who was still the chip leader after the hand, called. Gallitzendoerfer turned over    for trip deuces and won the pot after Jaros mucked his cards.

Patrik Jaros - 2.6 million
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer - 2.3 million

Monday, January 23, 2023 5:51 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)

Level 22: 10,000/25,000 (25,000)
Entries: 35/689

Felix Schlott four-bet jammed for 375,000 after Frederik Brink opened and another player accidentally mis-clicked three-bet according to Schlott. Brink called and the other player folded.

Felix Schlott:   
Frederik Brink:   

Schlott was behind but the       connected with both his ace and his queen to give him a better two pair than his opponent.

Meanwhile, Armin Alijagic was the latest player on the rail to leave just 35 players remaining in the tournament.

Frederik Brink - 1,100,000
Felix Schlott - 900,000
Armin Alijagic - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 5:41 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)
Level: 22
Blinds: 10,000/25,000
Ante: 25,000
Monday, January 23, 2023 5:38 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)

Level 21: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
Entries: 36/689

Edgaras Pipine wasn't the first to act but he thought he was as he unintentionally acted out of turn and jammed for more than 15 big blinds from the big blind.

The dealer informed Pipine it wasn't his turn and also said as long as nobody changes the action, the bet stands. The entire table folded and Ercan Atmaca, who should have been first to act shared that he folded ace-queen without showing it.

Pipine said he would have wound up jamming then and the table seemed to buy the story after he turned over the   .

Around the same time as this small drama that was amicably resolved, both Amir Sarughieh and Aleksandar Nanchev hit the rail.

Edgaras Pipine - 425,000
Amir Sarughieh - 0
Aleksandar Nanchev - 0

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Monday, January 23, 2023 5:26 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 14 hours ago)

Level 21: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
Entries: 38/689

Ilie Smintanca-Januezewski was down to about 10 big blinds. He got one shove through the previous orbit but this time he was up against Kestutis Jungevicius.

Ilie Smintanca-Januszewski:   
Kestutis Jungevicius:   

It appeared like Smintanca-Januszewski would double and Jungevicius would be low on chips and it still seemed that way after both the     flop and the   turn.

The poker gods can sometimes be cruel and Jungevicius nailed his two outer on the   river to improve to a full house and eliminate Smintanca-Januszewski.

Kestutis Jungevicius - 650,000
Ilie Smintanca-Januszewski - 0

Monday, January 23, 2023 5:12 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 15 hours ago)

Level 21: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
Entries: 39/689

Luigi Shehadeh hit the rail to leave just 39 players in the field. The top 39 players all earned a pay jump to at least €4,452. Here is a look at all of the players to cash for €3,829.

Place Player Country Prize
40 Luigi Shehadeh Italy €3,829
41 Josef Pavelka Czech Republic €3,829
42 Borys Rozhanovskyi Ukraine €3,829
43 Luigi Di Secli Italy €3,829
44 Stefan Drusca United Kingdom €3,829
45 Radek Mlcak Czech Republic €3,829
46 Bjorn Griese Germany €3,829
47 Pawel Zawadowicz Poland €3,829
48 Zhong Chen Netherlands €3,829
49 Masoud Rasuly Germany €3,829
50 Kreshnik Maloku Switzerland €3,829
51 Andreas Hildebrand Germany €3,829
52 Marco Succetti Italy €3,829
53 Timo Scarcella Germany €3,829
54 Alessandro Laubinger Germany €3,829
55 Antonio Fragale Italy €3,829
Monday, January 23, 2023 5:02 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 15 hours ago)

Level 21: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
Entries: 40/689

Orhan Sen opened for 45,000 from the cutoff before Josef Pavelka three-bet jammed for about 175,000. The action folded around to Sen who shrugged his shoulders before making the call about 20 seconds later.

Josef Pavelka:   
Orhan Sen:   

Sen's seven made all the different with the       board improving him to a straight. Just before Pavelka lost his stack, the tournament also said goodbye to Borys Rozhanovskyi.

Orhan Sen - 1.9 million
Josef Pavelka - 0
Borys Rozhanovskyi - 0
Monday, January 23, 2023 4:54 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 15 hours ago)

Level 21: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
Entries: 42/689

Renato Messina checked the     flop. Maria Lampropulos fired out 35,000 into a pot of around 100,000. Renato Messina raised to 150,000 and Lampropulos went into the tank for a few minutes before she called.

Messina fired out for 150,000 after the   turn. Lampropulos tanked again before she jammed her stack. Messina snap-called and the entire table laughed as regardless of the river it would be a chop with Lampropulos holding    and Messina turning over    for the same straight and no redraws.

The dealer began to split up the chips after the   river completed the board. While this hand was happening, Radek Mlcak, Stefan Drusca, and Luigi Di Secli all hit the rail to bring the field down to 42 players.

Maria Lampropulos - 1,200,000
Renato Messina - 800,000
Radek Mlcak - 0
Stefan Drusca - 0
Luigi Di Secli - 0
Monday, January 23, 2023 4:42 PM Local Time (about 4 days and 15 hours ago)

Level 21: 10,000/20,000 (20,000)
Entries: 45/689

Players are back from the extended break and the action has resumed with blinds at 10,000/20,000 along with a big blind ante of 20,000.

The TV table has also started. However, it is on a 30-minute delay as hole cards are shown to the viewers. During Day 3, we will not be reporting hands at the TV table and focus on the outer action. 

However, we recommend heading to the King's Resort Facebook, YouTube, or Twitch channels to watch the action while reading what's going on at the outer tables.

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