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Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:52 PM Local Time
Hands #8-10: Two Streets for Zoufri
Hand #8: Artan Dedusha raised and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #9: Under the gun, Przemyslaw Klejnowski meticulously counted his stack before shoving all in, taking around 30 seconds to come to a decision. All other players folded to give Klejnowski the blinds and antes.
Hand #10: Abdelhakim Zoufri raised to 80,000 in middle position and Johannes Toebbe called on the button. Zoufri bet 75,000 on the flop and Toebbe called, before both players checked the on the turn.
The river was the and Zoufri bet 135,000. Toebbe flicked in a single T-25,000 chip to call, however, it bounced off the felt and onto Zoufri's hand. The Dutchman took the chip, laughed, and already added it to his stack before showing . Toebbe mucked and flung the rest of the chips towards Zoufri as well.
|Abdelhakim Zoufri||4,100,000||150,000 |
|Johannes Toebbe||1,400,000||-175,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:36 PM Local Time
Hands #1-7: Hoekendijk Wins a Big Pot
Hand #1: Abdelhakim Zoufri raised to 90,000 and Albert Hoekendijk defended his big blind. The flop brought both a king and jack and Hoekendijk showed on showdown to win the hand.
Hand #2: In a battle of the blinds between Abdelhakim Zoufri and Oleh Haisiuk, both players checked the flop of and the paired the turn. Zoufri checked and Haisiuk bet 75,000 before Zoufri's check-raise to 225,000 forced a fold.
Hand #3: Thomas Hofmann raised to 90,000 and Albert Hoekendijk called from one seat over. Serghei Lisiy in the next seat gave it some consideration and three-bet to 300,000, which forced out everyone behind them. Hofmann quickly folded as well while Hoekendijk called.
The flop came and Hoekendijk immediately bet 500,000, causing Lisiy to sigh deeply and lean back. The Russian stared at the board for a few more seconds and folded.
Hand #4: Dedusha received a walk.
Hand #5: Dedusha jammed from the small blind to force a fold from Johannes Toebbe in the big blind.
Hand #6: A raise by Hoekendijk won the blinds and antes.
Hand #7: Hoekendijk received a walk.
|Abdelhakim Zoufri||3,950,000||150,000 |
|Albert Hoekendijk||3,625,000||625,000 |
|Oleh Haisiuk||2,100,000||300,000 |
|Serghei Lisiy||1,200,000||-300,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:26 PM Local Time
Vlado Banicevic Eliminated in 10th Place (€9,306)
Vlado Banicevic open-shoved 460,000 from middle position. Albert Hoekendijk snap-shoved all in from late position and all other players folded.
The board ran out and Banicevic had to bow out in 10th place (€9,306).
|Albert Hoekendijk||3,000,000||550,000 |
|Vlado Banicevic||0||-475,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:21 PM Local Time
Redraw of the Unofficial Final Table
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|8||Artan Dedusha||United Kingdom||2,000,000||50|
|Abdelhakim Zoufri||3,800,000||-30,000 |
|Albert Hoekendijk||2,450,000||50,000 |
|Thomas Hofmann||2,100,000||-70,000 |
|Artan Dedusha||2,000,000||-130,000 |
|Oleh Haisiuk||1,800,000||-115,000 |
|Johannes Toebbe||1,575,000||25,000 |
|Serghei Lisiy||1,500,000||90,000 |
|Jonas Lauck||1,100,000||0 |
|Przemyslaw Klejnowski||560,000||-65,000 |
|Vlado Banicevic||475,000||-85,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:15 PM Local Time
Stanislav Koleno Eliminated in 11th Place (€9,306)
Right after his double up, Stanislav Koleno was back in action after facing a raise to 100,000 by Albert Hoekendijk in the cutoff. Koleno moved all in from the button for just over 900,000 and Artan Dedusha reluctantly folded from the small blind. Hoekendijk snap-called and Dedusha said "I had pocket fours, if the four comes ... ."
The flop fell and Dedusha's face froze, while the turn and river both blanked to eliminate Koleno in 11th place for €9,306. All remaining 10 players will now redraw to the unofficial 10-handed final table.
|Albert Hoekendijk||2,400,000||1,025,000 |
|Stanislav Koleno||0||-900,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:10 PM Local Time
Koleno Doubles Through Zoufri
At the other table, start-of-the-day short stack Stanislav Koleno was also all in in the first hand of the day. Abdelhakim Zoufri raised to 90,000 from under the gun, Koleno shoved 430,000 from the big blind and Zoufri called.
The flop was and Zoufri knocked the table in defeat. Koleno secured it after the turn and river to give him more to work with.
|Abdelhakim Zoufri||3,830,000||-430,000 |
|Stanislav Koleno||900,000||465,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 2:07 PM Local Time
Lauck Doubles Through Lisiy
In the first hand of the day, Jonas Lauck open-shoved the button for 530,000 and Serghei Lisiy called in the small blind.
While Lisiy took the lead on the flop, Lauck had a flush draw and got there on the turn to secure the double up, making the river a formality.
|Serghei Lisiy||1,410,000||-555,000 |
|Jonas Lauck||1,100,000||565,000 |
Saturday, November 4, 2017 12:38 PM Local Time
Eleven Remain in Little One For One Drop, Who Will Capture A Gold WSOP Bracelet?
On the 18th day of the 2017 World Series of Poker Europe in the packed King's Casino in Rozvadov, the ninth of eleven bracelets to be awarded is up for grabs. All remaining players in the smaller of the two events for ONE DROP, Event #8: €1,111 Little One for One Drop, will return at 2 p.m. local time and play down until a winner has been crowned.
Two starting days brought out 868 hopefuls, who've been whittled down to 11 after two days of playing. Abdelhakim Zoufri holds a commanding lead over the rest of the pack and will be the de-facto favorite coming in today. The Dutchman has a breakout year at the felt and already won over $400,000 in the past 12 months alone. Zoufri knows how to claim top-spot honor: just three months ago, he conquered a WSOP Circuit Ring by winning the €3,500 High Roller at the WSOP International Circuit event in Holland Casino Rotterdam, and he will be looking to add a shiny bracelet to complement that ring.
Although Zoufri is going in as the perennial favorite, several dangerous contenders are lurking in the wings. One of them is Thomas Hofmann, who sits in second place with 2,170,000. Hoffman is fresh off a deep run in THE COLOSSUS earlier this week, where he finished in 17th place out of 4,000+ hopefuls and parlayed his €550 investment into a payday of €11,414.
Third in chips is Artan Dedusha (2,130,000), who made a name for himself during the 2017 World Series of Poker Main Event. Dedusha was the chipleader after Day 2 and eventually finished in 52nd place, which netted him $145,733. Another player familiar with a deep run in the WSOP Main Event is Jonas Lauck, who will return as one of the short stacks with 535,000 in chips. Lauck finished 37th in 2016 ($174,826) after suffering a brutal beat with pocket aces against the ace-king of eventual runner-up Gordon Vayo deep on Day 6.
The other seven players still in contention for the first-place prize of €170,764 and the coveted gold WSOP bracelet are Day 1a chipleader Serghei Lisiy (1,965,000), Oleh Haisiuk (1,915,000), Johannes Toebbe (1,550,000), Albert Hoekendijk (1,375,000), Przemyslaw Klejnowski (625,000), Vlado Banicevic (560,000), and Stanislav Koleno (435,000).
Cards will be in the air at 2 p.m. local time with blinds of 20,000/40,000 and a running ante of 5,000, and the field will combine to an unofficial final table at 10 players with €9,306 guaranteed thus far. Levels will be 60 minutes throughout the day. Follow PokerNews as we crown a new WSOP gold bracelet winner today!
Day 3 Seat Assignments
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|83||4||Artan Dedusha||United Kingdom||2,130,000||53|
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