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2023 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOP Live Updates

Sunday, November 12, 2023 to Sunday, November 12, 2023

WSOPE Event #14: NLH Turbo Freezeout

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  • Buy-in: €1,000
  • Prizepool: €200,000
  • Entries: 182
  • Remaining: 0

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Sunday, November 12, 2023 9:01 PM Local Time
Player on Break

The final 28 players are now on a 15-minute break.

Sunday, November 12, 2023 9:00 PM Local Time
Ki Busts to Burst Money Bubble

Junhyoung Ki

Following the massive hand that saw Junhyoung Ki lose most of his stack, Bernd Gleissner shoved for a bit over 80,000 first-to-act and action folded around to Junhyoung Ki in the big blind, who called all in for his last 28,000.

Junhyoung Ki:   
Bernd Gleissner:   

Ki was dominated and in need of help, but the       runout kept Gleissner best with a higher two pair and Ki was knocked out just short of the money.

Bernd Gleissner115,00063,000
Junhyoung Ki0-48,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 9:00 PM Local Time
Bubble Double for Chen

James Chen

James Chen moved all in from the hijack for 62,000 and was called by Simon Wilson who covered.

James Chen:   
Simon Wilson:   

Chen was well ahead with pocket eights but the     flop gave Wilson more outs in the form of a flush draw. Wilson picked up a gutshot straight draw as well on the   turn but the   river was a blank and Chen secured a full double up on the stone bubble.

Simon Wilson303,00073,000
James Chen154,00059,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:51 PM Local Time
Hand For Hand

With 29 players remaining and 28 getting paid, the tournament is now being dealt hand-for-hand until the money bubble has burst.

All players who make the money will take home a minimum of €1,885.

Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:51 PM Local Time
Dietrich Call's Ki's Bluff to Take Chip Lead

Junhyoung Ki

Junhyoung Ki opened to 25,000 from middle position and Moritz Dietrich three-bet to 60,000 from the button. Ki moved all in, covering Dietrich who already had one of the biggest stacks in the room at 348,500. Dietrich snap-called and was at risk.

Moritz Dietrich:   
Junhyoung Ki:   

"Good luck" Dietrich told his opponent as the board ran out      . Dietrich's pocket pair held and he secured a massive double up while Ki was left with under five big blinds.

Moritz Dietrich723,000383,000
Junhyoung Ki48,000-290,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:50 PM Local Time
Tuscano Eliminates El Yaacoubi to Set up Money Bubble

Rachid El Yaacoubi raised to 38,000, leaving himself just 500 behind, and Veronica Tuscano called in the big blind.

Tuscano put El Yaacoubi all in on the     flop and El Yaacoubi called.

Rachid El Yaacoubi:   
Veronica Tuscano:   

Tuscano held the lead with her flopped pair of eights, and the   turn nor   river improved El Yaacoubi — eliminating him just prior to the money bubble.

Veronica Tuscano110,00051,000
Rachid El Yaacoubi0-70,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:44 PM Local Time
Ki KO's Bujis

Junhyoung Ki

Junhyoung Ki raised from under the gun and Rens Buijs defended his big blind off a short stack to see the     flop. The rest of Bejis' stack found the middle after Ki put in another bet.

Rens Buijs:   
Junhyoung Ki:   

Bujis was looking to complete a straight draw, but the   turn and   river only improved Ki to claim the pot.

Junhyoung Ki338,00016,000
Rens Buijs0-30,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:42 PM Local Time
More for Persson

With two players seeing a board of     and roughly 45,000 in the middle, Kalle Persson checked and Blaz Zerjav bet 15,000. Persson check-raised to 40,000 and Zerjav called.

Both players checked the   turn leading to the   river. Persson moved all in, covering Zerjav who had roughly 105,000 behind. Zerjav went into the tank for a few minutes before a player called the clock. Zerjav still had not made a decision 30 seconds later and his hand was declared dead.

Kalle Persson380,00050,000
Blaz Zerjav105,000105,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:40 PM Local Time
Sellam Finds Dream Double

Kestutis Jungevicius opened to 20,000 in early position and was met with a quick all in from Samuel Sellam to his left for 118,500. The rest of the table folded back around to Jungevicius, who took some time to count out his stack before making the call.

Samuel Sellam:   
Kestutis Jungevicius:   

Jungevicius was looking to crack Sellam's aces and found some help on the     flop. The rest of the    runout was safe for Sellam, earning the double up near the money bubble.

Samuel Sellam262,000187,000
Kestutis Jungevicius98,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:39 PM Local Time
Kempe Doubles as Money Bubble Approaches

Moritz Dietrich shoved from the cutoff and Rainer Kempe called all in for his last 50,500 from the small blind.

Rainer Kempe:   
Moritz Dietrich:   

The       runout came safe for Kempe and he doubled his short stack.

Just 30 players remain, with 28 making the money.

Moritz Dietrich340,000225,000
Rainer Kempe130,00078,500
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:32 PM Local Time
Kretschmann Takes Out Kim

Hyungwoon Kim

With three players seeing a board of     and roughly 65,000 in the middle, Hyungwoon kim had moved all in for 60,500 from the small blind, sending Veronica Tuscano in the big blind deep into the tank.

After a few minutes the clock was called and Tuscano would end up folding. Immediately afterwards Felix Kretschmann would snap-call with a covering stack from the next seat over.

Hyungwoon Kim:   
Felix Kretschmann:   

Kretschmann was ahead with the overpair and remained so on the   turn and   river to score the knockout and take down a healthy pot.

Felix Kretschmann318,000239,000
Veronica Tuscano59,000-46,000
Hyungwoon Kim0-41,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:29 PM Local Time
Persson Doubles Through May

Kalle Persson

Bastien May opened to 16,000 from the cutoff and was called by Kalle Persson on the button. Simon Wilson squeezed to 61,000 from the small blind, which got a fold from May, but a shove from Persson for 153,000 total. Wilson called to put Persson at risk and hands were revealed.

Kalle Persson:   
Simon Wilson:   

Persson found himself in a great spot with aces, and the       runout kept Persson best for the double up.

Kalle Persson330,0005,000
Bastien May240,00025,000
Simon Wilson230,000120,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:27 PM Local Time
Bradley Bows Out

Junhyoung Ki raised enough to put Ian Bradley all in and after some thought, the call was made.

Ian Bradley:   
Junhyoung Ki:   

Bradley's pocket pair remained in front after the     flop, but Ki caught the   turn to take the lead. The   river saw Bradley brick out to end his tournament run.

Junhyoung Ki322,00022,000
Ian Bradley0-68,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:24 PM Local Time
May Knocks Out Karl

Nicola Karl moved all in from early position and found folds around the table until Bastien May in the big blind, who made the call.

Nicola Karl:   
Bastien May:   

Karl was looking for a deuce but could find it on the       runout, ending his run while May stacked some new chips.

Bastien May215,00055,000
Nicola Karl0
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:23 PM Local Time
Sellam Runs into Kicker Problems

Samuel Sellam opened to 16,000 from under the gun and Rohat Arikan three-bet to 40,000 from the cutoff. Sellam made the call.

The flop came    . Sellam checked, Arikan moved all in for 102,000 and Sellam made the call with a covering stack.

Rohat Arikan:   
Samuel Sellam:   

The rest of the board ran out   . Both players had ace-high to go along with the pair of queens on the board but Arikan had the bigger kicker and secured a massive double up.

Rohat Arikan294,000242,000
Samuel Sellam75,000-126,000
Playtika - Jason Alexander
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:19 PM Local Time
Waki Gets Whacked

Yasuhiro Waki was already all in and at risk for around 100,000 on the button against Vincent Pedersen, who was in early position.

Yasuhiro Waki:   
Vincent Pedersen:   

The       runout paired Pedersen's queen on the turn and Waki was eliminated.

Vincent Pedersen250,000144,000
Yasuhiro Waki0-105,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:15 PM Local Time
Niemela Takes from Chen

With two people seeing a board of     and 27,000 in the pot, James Chen checked and Mikael Niemela bet 9,000. Chen check-raised to 25,000 and Niemela made the call.

Chen checked again on the   turn and Niemela bet 18,000. This time Chen opted to fold and Niemela took down a decent pot without showdown.

Mikael Niemela144,00052,000
James Chen95,00070,500
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:11 PM Local Time
Predaroli Picks Off Saffran

Alessandro Predaroli opened to 14,000 from middle position and found one caller in Robert Saffran in the big blind.

Saffran check-called a 17,000 bet from Predaroli on the     flop and then both players checked on the   turn.

Saffran led out for 21,000 after the   completed the board and Predaroli quickly called. Saffran tabled   , which was no good against Predaroli's   .

Alessandro Predaroli390,000370,000
Robert Saffran110,000-20,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 8:06 PM Local Time
Hero Call Goes Wrong for Kempe

With two players seeing a board of      and roughly 90,000 in the middle, Moritz Dietrich moved all in for his last 31,500 from the small blind. Rainer Kempe thought about his decision for approximately 90 seconds before making the call with a covering stack to put Dietrich at risk.

Moritz Dietrich:   
Rainer Kempe:   

Dietrich's top pair was well ahead of Kempe's king-high but he still had to fade a gutshot straight draw to extend his tournament life. The   river was clean and Dietrich secured a full double up while Kempe was left with under ten big blinds.

Moritz Dietrich115,000115,000
Rainer Kempe51,50051,500
Sunday, November 12, 2023 7:59 PM Local Time
May Spikes a Six to Eliminate Wendlandt

Bastien May opened to 12,000 from early position and Henning Wendlandt shoved for around 40,000 on the button. Action folded back to May, who asked for a count and then called to put Wendlandt at risk.

Henning Wendlandt:   
Bastien May:   

The     flop paired Wendlandt's queen to take the lead, but the   turn gave May a set. Wendlandt still had outs to draw to a straight, but the   river bricked out and Wendlandt was eliminated.

Bastien May160,000
Henning Wendlandt0
Playtika - Jason Alexander