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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 2:24 PM Local Time
Borhani Leads the River

Byungin Kim opened to 500 first to act and was called by Mohsen Borhani in the small blind and Ilija Savevski in the big blind.

Action checked to Kim on the     flop and he bet 1,000. Only Borhani called.

Borhani check-called another 1,000 bet from Kim on the   turn and then Borhani led out for 5,000 when the   completed the board.

Kim grimaced and let his hand go — conceding the pot to Borhani.

Byungin Kim36,0006,000
Mohsen Borhani31,0001,000
Ilija Savevski28,000-2,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 2:17 PM Local Time
Jedryczka Battles Aaroee in Four-Bet Pot

Andrzej Jedryczka

Andrzej Jedryczka
Andrzej Jedryczka

Rasmus Aaroee opened to 300 from middle position and Andrzej Jedryczka three-bet to 1,100 from the cutoff. Didier Naegely called from the small blind before Aaroee four-bet to 5,300. Jedryczka made the call while Naegely got out of the way.

The flop came     and Aaroee fired a 3,500 continuation bet that was called by Jedryczka.

On the   turn Aaroee moved all in, covering his opponent's stack of 20,200. Jedryczka made the call and was at risk.

Andrzej Jedryczka:   
Rasmus Aaroee:   

Jedryczka was in rough shape drawing to just two outs, but got exactly what he needed when he hit a set on the   river to secure a full double up and take the majority of Aaroee's stack.

Andrzej Jedryczka57,80057,800
Didier Naegely15,600-14,400
Rasmus Aaroee6,500-23,500
Sunday, November 12, 2023 2:12 PM Local Time
Sabishchenko Takes One Early

Norbert Maciag opened to 400 from under the gun and Thomas Kobinger called from middle position. Rostyslav Sabishchenko three-bet to 2,000 from the cutoff and received a call from Maciag while Kobinger made the fold.

The flop came     and Maciag check-called a 1,500 continuation bet from Sabishchenko.

Both players checked the   turn leading to the   river. Maciag checked, Sabishchenko bet 6,000 and Maciag opted to fold.

Rostyslav Sabishchenko34,4004,400
Thomas Kobinger29,600-400
Norbert Maciag26,500-3,500
Sunday, November 12, 2023 2:08 PM Local Time
Early Entrants
Patrick Demel30,00030,000
Dominik Demel30,00030,000
Mohsen Borhani30,00030,000
Max Lohse30,00030,000
Shota Lortkipanidze30,00030,000
Yuhang Chen30,00030,000
Tom Dingenen30,00030,000
Lorenz Oppermann30,00030,000
Byungin Kim30,00030,000
Taehyun Hwang30,00030,000
Martin Ryan30,00030,000
Rasmus Aaroee30,00030,000
Christoph Glaetzner30,00030,000
Massimiliano Zanasi30,00030,000
Rohat Arikan30,00030,000
Tomas Graham30,00030,000
Didier Naegely30,00030,000
Jeremy Pappano30,00030,000
Ralph Dittmar30,00030,000
Horacio Brambila30,00030,000
Marco Penta30,00030,000
Milos Culjkovic30,00030,000
Stevo Mihajlovic30,00030,000
Norbert Maciag30,00030,000
Bastian Gallitzendoerfer30,00030,000
Tolga Kiyak30,00030,000
Luca Beretta30,00030,000
Thomas Kobinger30,00030,000
Matthias Kribben30,00030,000
David Lecomte30,00030,000
Julien Sitbon30,00030,000
Oleg Mandzjuk30,00030,000
Ilija Savevski30,00030,000
Philip Schumacher30,00030,000
Marcus Voll30,00030,000
Yannick Jobin30,00030,000
Denislav Petkov30,00030,000
Zsolt Gyuk30,00030,000
Radan Simic30,00030,000
Vlado Banicevic30,00030,000
Leonardo Sabatino30,00030,000
Andreas Loesche30,00030,000
Rostyslav Sabishchenko30,00030,000
Yi Peng30,00030,000
Andres Iglesias-Frey30,000
Zdenek Zizka30,00030,000
Otto Lemke30,00030,000
Daniel Kneitinger30,00030,000
Rafal Plaza30,00030,000
Rens Buijs30,00030,000
Lennart Dijkkamp30,00030,000
Sunday, November 12, 2023 2:01 PM Local Time
Cards in The Air

With 42 players to kick things off — Event #14: €1,000 NLH Turbo Freezeout is now underway!

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Sunday, November 12, 2023 12:52 PM Local Time
Full Speed Ahead Today in Event #14: €1,000 NLH Turbo Freezeout

Andriy Lyubovetskiy

Andriy Lyubovetskiy
Andriy Lyubovetskiy

The second and final turbo bracelet event at the 2023 World Series of Poker Europe is upon us at King's Casino in Rozvadov, with play kicking off at 2 p.m. local time today. The action should be tense all day long, as Event #14: €1,000 NLH Turbo Freezeout is the only one on this year's WSOPE schedule that does not allow for reentry.

Plenty of notable names are expected to join the field, with another substantial prize pool up for grabs. The event will feature a €200,000 guarantee, with late registration remaining open until the end of Level 12.

2022 WSOPE NLH Turbo Freezeout Final Table

1Andriy LyubovetskiyUkraine€ 45,606
2Oleksii KovalchukUkraine€ 28,178
3Mehdi ChaouiMorocco€ 19,304
4Edolo GhirelliItaly€ 13,565
5Benjamin StiefelGermany€ 9,783
6Johan GuilbertFrance€ 7,246
7Martin KabrhelCzechia€ 5,517
8Thore-Fabian KunzeGermany€ 4,320
9Fabio PelusoItaly€ 3,482

Last year's edition featured an all-Ukranian heads up battle, as Andriy Lyubovetskiy overcame an early deficit to defeat Oleksii Kovalchuk for the glory. The field of 211 players produced a prize pool of €182,409, with Lyubovetskiy taking home the first-place prize of €45,606 and his second WSOP gold bracelet in as many years.

The 2022 field saw a total of 32 players earn a spot in the money, which included the likes of Johan Guilbert, Martin Kabrhel, Fabio Peluso, Felipe Ramos, and Roland Israelashvili.

The freezeout event will see players will start with 30,000 chips, and action will continue until a winner is crowned. The turbo structure will consist of levels lasting just 20 minutes each, beginning with blinds of 100/100 and a 100 big blind ante.

2023 WSOPE Bracelet Winners

#1: €350 NLH Opener3,503Lukas Pazma€ 110,000
#2: €550 Pot Limit Omaha 8-max719Omar Eljach€ 65,900
#3: €1,350 Mini Main Event1,729Sokratis Linaras€ 310,350
#4: €2,000 Pot Limit Omaha206Hokyiu Lee€ 91,183
#5: €550 NLH Colossus3,436Ermanno Di Nicola€ 200,000
#6: €5,000 Pot Limit Omaha202Wing Po Liu€ 230,000
#7: €1,650 NLH 6-Max495Tobias Peters€ 143,100
#8: €25,000 NLH GGMillion€89Daniel Dvoress€ 600,000
#9: €1,100 NLH Mystery Bounty803Tobias Garp€ 92,300
#10: €2,000 8-Game Mix97Dainius Antanaitis€ 47,770
#11: €1,100 NLH Turbo Bounty Hunter570Joakim Andersson€ 70,000
#12: €50,000 NLH Diamond High Roller37Santhosh Suvarna€ 650,000

Find out who will be next to join this list and claim the latest WSOP gold bracelet, as the PokerNews live reporting team will be on the scene from the moment cards are in the air until a champion is decided. Be sure to follow the action late into the night here in Rozvadov.