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2021 World Series of Poker Europe

Friday, December 03, 2021 to Friday, December 03, 2021

Event #14: NLH Main Event

  • Buy-in: €10,350
  • Prizepool: €6,536,000
  • Entries: 688
  • Remaining: 0

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Wednesday, December 8, 2021 9:37 PM Local Time

Alexander Tkatschew raised to 650,000 with the    and Josef Gulas Jr three-bet to 2,650,000 with the   . The aggression paid off for Gulas Jr as Tkatschew opted to fold.

Athanasios Kidas then raised to 850,000 with the    to claim the blinds and big blind ante.

Up next, Johan Guilbert raised to 600,000 with the    and Kidas defended the    out of the big blind. The     was checked by Kidas and he then called Guilbert's min-bet. The   followed on the turn and Kidas checked once more, Guilbert checked back.

Kidas bet the   river for 825,000 and Guilbert paid it off, then both laughed about the unintentional value bet. "I think he bluffed, that's why I called."

Johan Guilbert20,500,000-2,500,000
Athanasios Kidas19,500,0001,900,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 9:25 PM Local Time
Level: 31
Blinds: 150,000/300,000
Ante: 300,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 9:21 PM Local Time

Johan Guilbert raised to 500,000 with the    and Josef Gulas Jr three-bet to 1,950,000 with the    in the small blind to force a fold.

Soon after, Athanasios Kidas flat-called a Guilbert raise with the    and Alexander Tkatschew came along with the    out of the big blind. The     flop was checked to Guilbert, who min-bet his    and was called by Kidas only.

After the   turn, Kidas quickly checked and Guilbert checked once more. The   river checked behind by Guilbert and Kidas smiled before he dragged in the pot.

Johan Guilbert23,000,000-1,050,000
Athanasios Kidas17,600,000125,000
Josef Gulas Jr12,200,0001,875,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 9:11 PM Local Time
Johan Guilbert24,050,000-2,350,000
Athanasios Kidas17,475,0001,675,000
Alexander Tkatschew16,925,000-275,000
Josef Gulas Jr10,325,00025,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 9:07 PM Local Time

Josef Gulas Jr raised with the    and was called by Alexander Tkatschew in the big blind with   . On the     flop, Tkatschew check-called for 500,000 and the checked again the   turn. Gulas Jr bet 1,975,000 and that won the pot right there.

Alexander Tkatschew17,200,000-2,100,000
Josef Gulas Jr10,300,0003,400,000
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Wednesday, December 8, 2021 8:53 PM Local Time

Johan Guilbert limped with    from the small blind and Josef Gulas Jr with    checked his options from the big blind.

The flop came     and Guilbert check-called a 250,000 bet from Gulas Jr.

The turn was the   and both players checked.

The river was the   and Guilbert for 250,000 to get a call from Gulas Jr, who mucked when Guilbert turned over his cards.

Johan Guilbert26,400,0001,025,000
Josef Gulas Jr6,900,000-1,000,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 8:45 PM Local Time

Johan Guilbert

Josef Gulas Jr raised to 575,000 from the cutoff with    and it folded to the big blind, Johan Guilbert.

He raised to 1,875,000 with    and Gulas Jr made it 4,250,000. Guilbert called and two players went to see a flop.

The flop opened     and Guilbert checked. Gulas Jr bet 2,750,000 and Guilbert shoved all-in for 8,250,000 for Gulas Jr to take considerable time but eventually make the call. Guilbert was way ahead but at risk and needed to avoid two kings that were left in the deck.

The turn was the   and the river the   and Guilbert doubled through Gulas Jr to take the chip lead.

Guilbert Doubles Through Gulas Jr
Guilbert Doubles Through Gulas Jr
Johan Guilbert25,375,00012,475,000
Josef Gulas Jr7,900,000-13,150,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 8:24 PM Local Time

The four remaining players are going on their first 10-minute break.

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 8:18 PM Local Time

Stanislav Koleno

Josef Gulas Jr raised min-raised to 500,000 and Stanislav Koleno defended the big blind with his short stack. They headed to the     flop on which Koleno checked with 2,575,000 behind. Gulas Jr continued for 250,000 and then called the shove by the Slovakian.

Stanislav Koleno:   
Josef Gulas Jr:   

The   turn took some outs away but added a gutshot for Koleno. He bricked off on the   river and that spelled the end for Koleno in 5th place for €292,862.

Stanislav Koleno
Stanislav Koleno
Josef Gulas Jr21,050,0002,550,000
Stanislav Koleno0-3,900,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 8:11 PM Local Time

Alexander Tkatschew    limped from the small blind and Johan Guilbert checked his options from the big blind   .

The flop came     and Tkatschew led for 250,000. Guilbert made it 1,100,000 and Tkatschew just called.

The turn was the   and Tkatschew checked to Guilbert who bet the minimum 250,000.

Tkatschew splashed out a 2,750,000 raised and got Guilbert out of the way.

Alexander Tkatschew19,300,0002,600,000
Johan Guilbert12,900,000-1,200,000
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Wednesday, December 8, 2021 8:04 PM Local Time

Johan Guilbert raised from the button to 500,000    and Athanasios Kidas called from the big blind   .

The flop came     and Kidas checked and then called the 350,000 from Guilbert.

The turn   was checked by both players.

The river was the   and Kidas bet 500,000 trying to get Guilbert out of the way.

Guilbert, however pulled out raising chips and made it 2,000,000 getting a quick fold from Kidas.

Athanasios Kidas15,800,000-2,100,000
Johan Guilbert14,100,0001,600,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:57 PM Local Time

Alexander Tkatschew

Alexander Tkatschew raised from the button to 500,000    and Johan Guilbert defended from the big blind   .

The flop came     and Guilbert check-called 400,000 from Tkatschew.

The turn   was checked by both players.

The river   completed the board and Guilbert, led for the minimun 250,000. Tkatschew thought for a second and then raised it to 850,000. Guilbert looked at his opponent and pondered for a bit but he ended up calling and then mucking his hand when he saw the pair of tens from Tkatschew.

Alexander Tkatschew16,700,0003,700,000
Johan Guilbert12,500,000-2,000,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:50 PM Local Time

Aleksandar Trajkovski

Johan Guilbert opened to 500,000 under the gun    and Aleksandar Trajkovski, being the short stack of the table, defended from the big blind   .

The flop came     and Trajkovski check-shoved all-in for his remaining 1,250,000 after the min bet of 250,000 of Guilbert, who made the call putting Trajkovski at risk.

The turn   gave more outs to Guilbert but Trajkovski was still safe.

The river   though, meant that Trajkovski would finish 6th.

Aleksandar Trajkovski
Aleksandar Trajkovski
Johan Guilbert14,500,000900,000
Aleksandar Trajkovski0-3,250,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:41 PM Local Time
Level: 30
Blinds: 125,000/250,000
Ante: 250,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:32 PM Local Time

Josef Gulas Jr opened under the gun to 450,000    and Johan Guilbert defended from the big blind   .

The flop came     and both players checked.

The turn was the   and Guilbert led for 450,000 which Gulas Jr called.

The river was the   and Guilbert bet again, this time 375,000. Gulas Jr made the call and mucked when Guilbert turned over his hand.

Josef Gulas Jr18,500,000-1,700,000
Johan Guilbert13,600,000-600,000
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Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:24 PM Local Time

Athanasios Kidas raised to 500,000 from the button    and Alexander Tkatschew defended his big blind   .

The flop came     and Tkatschew check-called 700,000.

The turn was the   and Kidas found a set of fours. After Tkatschew check, he fired 1,600,000 to get another call.

The river was the   and both players checked, giving Kidas this pot for a great start on the day.

Athanasios Kidas17,900,0003,450,000
Alexander Tkatschew13,000,000-2,900,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:18 PM Local Time

Thomas Denie

Thomas Denie opened the action under the gun, by raising to 450,000 with    and got a call from Alexander Tkatschew from the hijack with   . Johan Guilbert made it 1,900,000 from the button before Athanasios Kidas wakes up with    on the big blind and shove all-in for 6,325,000.

Denie was tortured and needed some time to make his decision. Kidas covered him, as he had 5,900,000 but ended up calling, with the rest of the players getting out of the way.

Thomas Denie:   
Athanasios Kidas:   

The board came       and Denie finished 7th.

Thomas Denie
Thomas Denie
Athanasios Kidas14,450,0008,425,000
Thomas Denie0-5,900,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:11 PM Local Time

Alexandrer Tkatschew opened from the cutoff for 400,000 with    and got two callers, Johan Guilbert from the small blind with    and Josef Gulas Jr from the big blind with   .

The flop came     and when action reached Tkatschew he bet 550,000 to get a call from Guilbert and a fold from Gulas Jr.

The turn   and river   went check from both players and Guilbert turned over his pair of aces to take down the pot.

Alexander Tkatschew15,900,000-1,475,000
Johan Guilbert14,200,0001,175,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 7:03 PM Local Time

Josef Gulas raised from the cutoff to 450,000 with    and Stanislav Koleno from the big blind shoved with    for 3,200,000 and got the first pot of the day.

On the second hand, the action folded to Thomas Denie on the button who shoved for 5,400,000 with    got two quick folds from Stanislav Koleno and Alexander Tkatschew.

Thomas Denie5,900,000400,000
Stanislav Koleno3,900,000500,000
Wednesday, December 8, 2021 6:40 PM Local Time
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