Friday, November 11, 2022 8:18 PM Local Time
Under the gun a player opened to 1,700 and Karim Rebei called, as did three other players, making this a five-way pot.
The flop came , the two first players had checked, Rebei made it 3,800 and only one player called. The turn was , Rebei bet 16,000 this time and his opponent folded.
Rebei has built up to over two starting stacks in the WSOP Europe Main Event, looking to go deep just like he did in Las Vegas, finishing in 16th place in the Main Event there.
Karim Rebei - 236,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 8:17 PM Local Time
Hans Bergmann limped from under the gun. Umit Dalkilic moved all in for 21,000 from early position. Shachar Yonayov bet 51,000 from the hijack which got everyone else to fold.
Bad timing for Dalkilic as he ran into the pocket rockets of Yonayov. There was no help on the board of and the Turk headed to the rail.
Shachar Yonayov - 152,000
Umit Dalkilic - Eliminated
Friday, November 11, 2022 8:10 PM Local Time
With 18,000 in the middle on a board, Goncalo Peres put out a bet of 10,000 from the cutoff and Hans Bergmann called from the button.
The river brought the and Peres checked over to Bergmann, who thought for about 45 seconds before firing off a bet of 26,000. Peres didn't need long before deciding to muck his hand.
Hans Bergmann - 90,200
Goncalo Peres - 130,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 8:02 PM Local Time
Jessica Teusl was the last player to bust before break. However, she, along with Bernard Larabi, has bought back into the tournament.
Jessica Teusl - 100,000
Bernard Larabi - 100,000
Jorge Sales - Eliminated
Gregoire Auzoux - Eliminated
Dimitry Bogdanov - Eliminated
Simon Ziou - Eliminated
Athanasios Kidas - Eliminated
Kestutis Jungevicius - Eliminated
Casimir Seire - Eliminated
Ingo Suss - Eliminated
Manig Loeser - Eliminated
Fulvio Sansanelli - Eliminated
David Miscikowski - Eliminated
Anton Johansson - Eliminated
Friday, November 11, 2022 7:56 PM Local Time
Friday, November 11, 2022 7:00 PM Local Time
Players are now on their 60-minute dinner break, with the tournament director deciding against the original break of 90 minutes.
Paulina Loeliger, known in the poker community as Poker Bunny, has been running her table from the start and is currently among the leaders as she hovers around the 300,000-chip mark.
Jakub Koleckar, who just finished in second place in the WSOP Europe Short Deck event, is also having himself a solid day, hanging around 200,000.
WSOP bracelet winners Jason Wheeler and Malikeh Jamali, at last count, were both around 170,000 in chips.
2022 WSOP Main Event champion Espen Jorstad is also in the field and was last counted at 130,000.
408 players are still playing from the original 461 entries have been made so far as the €5,000,000 guarantee is already on the verge of being broken.
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:54 PM Local Time
Matthias Nachtigal - 303,000
Daniel Menger - 214,000
Joshua Stewart - 230,000
Elvis Earle - 218,400
Giovanni GIudice - 172,000
Julien Sitbon - 135,000
Victoria Livschitz - 134,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:44 PM Local Time
There was about 5,000 in the middle on a board and Julien Sitbon put out a bet of 3,500 from the big blind. Demetrio Caminita called from the button and Farid Jattin raised to 10,000 from the small blind. Both Sitbon and Caminita made the call.
The river brought the and Jattin would check over to Sitbon, who put out a bet of 21,000. Caminita called and Jattin mucked.
Sitbon showed the failed bluff while Caminita flipped over for a flush draw which turn-rivered itself into jacks full.
Demetrio Caminita - 160,000
Julien Sitbon - 110,000
Farid Jattin - 87,500
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:35 PM Local Time
With around 35,000 in a three-bet pot on a board, Armin Rezaei put out a bet of 20,000 from the cutoff, which put Peter Kamaras deep into the tank.
The floor was called after a couple of minutes and Kamaras was given 30 seconds to act. The floorman got down to three seconds before Kamaras flicked out a calling chip.
Rezaei turned over and Kamaras said it was good and Rezaei was shoveled the pot. Following the hand, Kamaras claimed to have had , claiming that he believed Rezaei could have also been attempting to value bet tens and jacks.
Armin Rezaei - 300,000
Peter Kamaras - 145,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:28 PM Local Time
Paulina Loeliger - 290,000
Jakub Koleckar - 185,000
Monika Zukowicz - 175,000
Jason Wheeler - 170,000
Malikeh Jamali - 165,000
Maria Lampropulos - 135,000
Ana Marquez - 130,000
Espen Jorstad - 130,000
Felipe Ramos - 105,000
Victoria Livschitz - 102,000
Ilija Savevski - 77,000
Tobias Peters - 70,000
Jessica Teusl - 50,000
Manig Loeser - 22,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:19 PM Local Time
With 5,000 in the middle on a flop of , Volkan Alkan bet 2,500 from the cutoff. Manig Loeser called from the big blind and Espen Jorstad folded from the hijack.
Alkan bet 4,500 on the turn which was called by Loeser and both players checked the river. Alkan turned over and his pair of eights beat Manig Loeser's pair of sixes who had in their hand.
Alkan gained entry to the Main Event after winning a Circuit Ring at WSOPC Rozvadov earlier in 2022.
Volkan Alkan - 139,000
Espen Jorstad - 132,000
Manig Loeser - 24,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:06 PM Local Time
,There was a massive 110,000 in the middle on the completed board of . Anton Morgenstern in the cutoff moved all in for 87,000.
Martin Paap in the small blind took a minute to work things out and opted to fold. The German who has ha two deep runs at the WSOP Main Event has now doubled his stack for the day.
Anton Morgenstern - 197,000
Martin Paap - 145,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 6:01 PM Local Time
There was 30,000 in the middle on the turn with the board reading and Renat Bohdanov bet 23,500 from middle position and was called by Martin Kabrhel in early position.
Both players checked the river and Kabrhel turned over for a missed gut-shot and flush draw. Bohdanov tabled to win the pot.
Shortly after this hand Kabrhel busted and it is to be expected the Czech high roller will fire a second bullet.
Renat Bohdanov - 144,000
Martin Kabrhel - Eliminated
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:53 PM Local Time
Yehonatan Behor opened to 1,600 from under the gun and was called by Juan Antonio Font De Paolo in the hijack, Mohamed Taabouni in the small blind, and Martin Sefrna in the big blind.
The flop came and Behor continued for 2,800. De Paolo and Taabouni both called.
The turn brought the and it checked over to De Paolo, who put out a bet of 5,000. Taabouni called and Behor opted to fold.
The river was the , putting four hearts on the board. Both players tapped the table. Taabouni turned over for a pair of aces but it was De Paolo to take it down with for two pair and the win.
Behor said he folded the winning hand.
Juan Antonio Font De Paolo - 94,000
Mohamed Taabouni - 81,000
Yehonathan Behor - 145,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:43 PM Local Time
Aviv Hayun opened to 1,300 from the hijack and was called by Ruslan Volkov from the button and Patrik Zidek from the small blind. David Carrasco then three-bet to 7,000 from the big blind and Hayun snap-four bet to 15,500, drawing near-instant folds from his three opponents.
Aviv Hayun - 70,000
David Carrasco - 77,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:33 PM Local Time
Dane Romiguier - Eliminated
Ciprian Galatean - Eliminated
Nebojsa Ankucic - Eliminated
Steve Cottet - Eliminated
Ales Resman - Eliminated
Adrian Strobel - Eliminated
Fedor Holz - Eliminated
Besnik Lalinovci - Eliminated
Felix Neubauer - Eliminated
Nedeljko Todorovic - Eliminated
Lukas Zaskodny - Eliminated
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:32 PM Local Time
There was 24,000 in the middle on a flop of [10s.10d,9d] and Nacho Barbero bet 8,500 from the hijack. Barny Boatman on the button raised to 21,500.
Barbero took a moment before moving all in for 58,700 and was snap-called by Boatman.
Barbero was ahead, but Boatman had an open-ended straight flush draw. The on the turn whittled Boatman's out to two as Barbero made aces full of tens. The river brought a red six, but unfortunately for Boatman it was the which made a straight which was not good enough to beat Barbero.
Nacho Barbero: 141,400
Barny Boatman: 25,000
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:25 PM Local Time
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:17 PM Local Time
Players are on their third break of the day for 15-minutes.
Level three provided some explosive action including Giovanni Giudice spiking quad deuces on the turn to beat Chris Back's set of fours.
Arian Kashi spiked a two-outer to double up against Aleksandar Tomovic.
Riadh Ben Farat exited the tournament after running pocket kings into Luigi Shehadeh's pocket rockets.
Players will return to level four with blinds at 300/600 and a big blind ante of 600. After this level it will be the 90-minute dinner break.
Friday, November 11, 2022 5:09 PM Local Time
Ilija Savevski opened to 1,200 and Levan Rcheulishvili defended his big blind.
The players would go check-check on the flop but on the turn, Rcheulishvili put out a bet of 2,200. Savevski called.
On the river, Rcheulishvili checked to the newly-crowned bracelet winner, who put out a bet of 7,000. The Georgian would think for about 10 or 15 seconds before calling.
Savevski turned over for the straight and the win.
Ilija Savevski - 70,000
Levan Rcheulishvili - 95,000