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2023 World Series of Poker Europe The Official WSOP Live Updates

Monday, November 06, 2023 to Tuesday, November 07, 2023

WSOPE Event #8: NLH GGMillion$

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  • Buy-in: €25,000
  • Prizepool: €2,079,930
  • Entries: 89
  • Remaining: 0


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Tuesday, November 7, 2023 4:12 PM Local Time
First Break of Day 2

The players are sent on a 30-minute break as their first rest of the day.

Michael Rocco4,750,0001,450,000
Daniel Dvoress4,400,000550,000
Martin Kabrhel3,400,000820,000
Ole Schemion3,150,000-650,000
James Chen2,880,000-20,000
Niklas Astedt1,725,000-175,000
Ian Bradley1,600,0001,100,000
Patrik Jaros1,075,000-425,000
Gab Yong Kim1,000,000140,000
Orpen Kisacikoglu600,000-570,000
Ren Lin535,000-915,000
Johan Guilbert530,000-145,000
Diego Zeiter510,00010,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 4:11 PM Local Time
Heath's Hopes Crushed

Ben Heath

Ben Heath ripped in his last 630,000 chips form middle position and Tamas Adamszki was the only caller, with the covering stack.

Ben Heath:   
Tamas Adamszki:   

Admaszki was way in front, and when Heath failed to hit a jack on the       board, he was sent to the exit.

On another table, Santhosh Suvarna was also eliminated.

Tamas Adamszki3,495,000735,000
Ben Heath0-500,000
Santhosh Suvarna0-1,125,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 4:09 PM Local Time
Ketzer Spikes the River; Shylko Busts

Felipe Fontoura Ketzer

Felipe Ketzer moved all in for his last 190,000 from early position. Leonard Maue called on the button and called again once Aliaksandr Shylko shoved in the big blind.

Felipe Ketzer:   
Aliaksandr Shylko:   
Leonard Maue:   

The     flop left Shylko in great shape, staying ahead after the   turn. Ketzer was saved by the   river, tripling his stack. Shylko won the small side pot of just 70,000, which he lost one hand later to hit the rail.

Leonard Maue1,350,000-400,000
Felipe Ketzer720,000370,000
Aliaksandr Shylko0-475,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 4:03 PM Local Time
Andersson Departs as Barbero Doubles Up

Nacho Barbero got his final 410,000 chips in against Ole Schemion in a preflop confrontation.

Nacho Barbero:   
Ole Schemion:   

No danger appeared on the board for Barbero, and he raked in the double-up once the       was fully dealt out.

On another table, Joakim Andersson's    could not beat the    of Michael Rocco, and he joined the rest of the eliminated players on the rail.

Ole Schemion3,800,0001,675,000
Michael Rocco3,300,0001,450,000
Nacho Barbero920,000370,000
Joakim Andersson0-1,150,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:52 PM Local Time
Schemion Takes It on the River

Ole Schemion and Santhosh Suvarna had created a large pot of 1,350,000 chips when they arrived on the river on      . Schemion then went all in for 775,000 more from the small blind.

Suvarna did not take long before folding his hand, chipping up Schemion significantly while he was left with just under 30 big blinds himself.

Ole Schemion2,125,000580,000
Santhosh Suvarna1,125,000-770,000
Gorilla Gaming
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:52 PM Local Time
Maue Busts Brewer

Chris Brewer

Leonard Maue opened from middle position and called when Chris Brewer moved all in from the big blind.

Chris Brewer:   
Leonard Maue:   

Brewer was in bad shape and could not close ground on the     flop, while the   turn brought a flush draw. The   river was safe for Maue, knocking out Brewer midway through Level 17.

Quan Zhou and Eelis Parssinen also saw their stacks disappear.

Leonard Maue1,750,000650,000
Chris Brewer0-475,000
Quan Zhou0-400,000
Eelis Parssinen0-1,005,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:50 PM Local Time
Hagstrom Hits Quads to Triple Up

Jonas Hagstrom

Jonas Hagstrom open-jammed for 225,000 from early position and Jerry Odeen made the call from the cutoff. Laszlo Bujtas then three-bet to 600,000 from the big blind and Odeen spent some time before calling again.

Bujtas spent one time bank extension on the     flop before also going all in for 1,475,000. Odeen asked for a count and called with the covering stack shortly thereafter.

Jonas Hagstrom:   
Laszlo Bujtas:   
Jerry Odeen:   

Hagstrom's set had already locked up the pot as all the tens were accounted for. He made quads on the   turn for bragging rights, and he was officially awarded the pot on the   river. Bujtas and Odeen were both okay with splitting the very large side pot and play continued.

Jerry Odeen2,000,000225,000
Laszlo Bujtas1,850,000-100,000
Jonas Hagstrom735,000495,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:35 PM Local Time
Mustafov Secures Another Double-Up

Fahredin Mustafov got all of his 475,000 chips in from the cutoff against Daniel Dvoress on the button preflop.

Fahredin Mustafov:   
Daniel Dvoress:   

Mustafov's sevens remained the best hand on the       board and he doubled up again to a stack of roughly 25 big blinds.

Daniel Dvoress3,850,000400,000
Fahredin Mustafov990,000595,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:30 PM Local Time
Hagstrom Left Short

Timothy Adams raised to 75,000 from the cutoff and received a call from big blind Jonas Hagstrom. Adams then continued for the minimum of 30,000 on the     flop and Hagstrom check-called.

Hagstrom checked again on the   turn and Adams fired another 65,000 in the middle. This time, it was enough to let Hagstrom fold, who was left behind with just eight big blinds.

Timothy Adams2,000,000180,000
Jonas Hagstrom240,00060,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:29 PM Local Time
Mulder Doubles Through Kabrhel

Teun Mulder opened to 60,000 on the button before Martin Kabrhel put him to the test by moving all in from the big blind. Mulder did not take long to make the call.

Teun Mulder:   
Martin Kabrhel:   

Mulder's pocket jacks remained ahead on the     flop, leaving Kabrhel with just two outs to make Broadway. The   turn was a brick, while the   river gave Mulder the straight to double his stack.

Martin Kabrhel2,580,000-140,000
Teun Mulder1,200,000700,000
Gorilla Gaming
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:22 PM Local Time
Bujtas Puts the Pressure on Shylko

On a completed board of      , Aliaksandr Shylko checked from the small blind to Laszlo Bujtas in the big blind. Bujtas then jammed all in, covering the 475,000 stack of Shylko.

With around 600,000 in the pot before this, Shylko went deep into the tank. After a few time bank extensions, he opted to fold and grant the pot to Bujtas, who neared the two-million mark after raking in the chips.

One hand later, Axel Hallay departed from this table to bring the field down to four tables remaining.

James Chen2,900,000-145,000
Laszlo Bujtas1,950,000385,000
Nacho Barbero550,000-50,000
Aliaksandr Shylko475,000-165,000
Felipe Ketzer350,000-30,000
Axel Hallay0-275,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:15 PM Local Time
Prize Pool Announced

WSOPE Bracelet

The payouts for Event #8: €25,000 NLH GGMillion€ has been announced.

The 89 total entries created a massive €2,079,930 prize pool, with tonight's champion taking home €600,000. The top 14 spots will be paid, with the minimum cash set at €41,610.

1€ 600,000
2€ 365,000
3€ 260,000
4€ 189,000
5€ 140,300
6€ 106,600
7€ 82,900
8€ 66,200
9€ 54,100
10-11€ 45,500
12-14€ 41,610
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:13 PM Local Time
Bogdanov Busts

Johan Guilbert kicked off the action with a raise to 65,000 from the hijack. Patrik Jaros then called from the button, as did Yulian Bogdanov from the big blind with a very short stack.

The flop of     was checked to Jaros, who made a bet of 65,000. Bogdanov then put in his final 95,000 chips and Guilbert got out of the way before Jaros made the call.

Yulian Bogdanov:   
Patrik jaros:   

Jaros was way ahead with his two pair, and Bogdanov did not improve to a scoop or chop on the    runout, resulting in his exit from the tournament.

Patrik Jaros1,500,000975,000
Johan Guilbert675,000175,000
Yulian Bogdanov0-530,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:07 PM Local Time
Lin Eliminates Chidwick

Stephen Chidwick

Martin Kabrhel opened to 60,000 from middle position before Stephen Chidwick moved all in for his stack of 510,000 on the button. Ren Lin called in the small blind, while Kabrhel got out of the way.

Stephen Chidwick:   
Ren Lin:   

Lin's pocket pair remained ahead on the       runout to send Chidwick to the rail.

Daniel Rezaei, Wing Po Liu, Giuliano Bendinelli and Jens Lakemeier were also eliminated at nearby tables.

Martin Kabrhel2,720,000-165,000
Ren Lin1,450,000950,000
Stephen Chidwick0-660,000
Daniel Rezaei0-500,000
Jens Lakemeier0-480,000
Wing Po Liu0-500,000
Giuliano Bendinelli0-255,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:03 PM Local Time
Bogdanov Takes From Dvoress

Yulian Bogdanov checked the turn of a board showing     , making the call from the big blind when Daniel Dvoress fired 70,000 immediately to his left.

The   river saw both players check to showdown. Bogdanov turned over    for a pair of sixes, which was good enough to claim the pot once Dvoress mucked.

Daniel Dvoress3,450,0000
Yulian Bogdanov530,0000
Gorilla Gaming
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 3:02 PM Local Time
Mustafov Doubles Through Hallay

Axel Hallay open-jammed for 435,000 chips from early position and Fahredin Mustafov was the only caller, putting his stack of 160,000 at risk.

Fahredin Mustafov:   
Axel Hallay:   

Mustafov flopped a flush draw on    . The rest of the table was rooting for a chop, but Mustafov locked up the pot on the   turn. The   river was dealt as a formality while Hallay paid his dues to Mustafov.

Fahredin Mustafov395,000-105,000
Axel Hallay275,000-445,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 2:55 PM Local Time
Five-Bet Sees Dvoress Double Up to Chip Lead

Daniel Dvoress

Daniel Dvoress raised from early position before Patrik Jaros made it 150,000 to go from the button. Quan Zhou then came in with a cold four-bet to 400,000 from the small blind before the action was back on Dvoress.

He decided to jam all in for 1,675,000, being covered by Jaros, but covering Zhou. Jaros spent a few minutes in the tank before slamming in the call, after which Zhou open-folded his   .

Daniel Dvoress:   
Patrik Jaros:   

Dvoress' higher pocket pair held on the       runout and he received a huge double-up, seeing him elevated to the biggest stack in the room.

Daniel Dvoress3,850,0002,200,000
Patrik Jaros525,000-1,775,000
Quan Zhou400,000-440,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 2:49 PM Local Time
Barbero Wins Blind Battle

Nacho Barbero called in the small blind and Aliaksandr Shylko checked his big blind option to the     flop.

A bet and call of 25,000 was exchanged to the   turn, where both players checked. Two more checks followed the   river, and the hands were turned up.

Barbero showed   , taking down the pot when Shylko slowly revealed   . Barbero then took down the blinds by moving all in from the button on the next hand to pad his stack a little bit.

Aliaksandr Shylko640,000-35,000
Nacho Barbero600,00020,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 2:40 PM Local Time
Hallay Gets Paid

Nacho Barbero raised to 50,000 from middle position and the action folded to Axel Hallay, who defended the big blind. Hallay then check-called the 40,000 continuation-bet of Barbero on the     flop before both players checked the   turn.

The   river appeared and Hallay opted to lead out for 130,000 chips. Barbero spent two time bank extensions before making the call, but mucked his cards once he saw the    of his opponent, who had rivered top pair.

Axel Hallay720,000220,000
Nacho Barbero580,000-360,000
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 2:37 PM Local Time
Andersson Fires Again

Three-way action on a board showing      saw two checks to Joakim Andersson on the button, who fired 80,000. Leonard Maue folded in the big blind while Jens Lakemeier called in middle position.

The   river saw Maue check again, this time immediately laying down his hand when Andersson continued for 225,000 to take the pot.

At a nearby table, Sirzat Hissou could not topple the pocket    of Timothy Adams, hitting the rail early in the day.

Timothy Adams1,820,000815,000
Joakim Andersson1,150,000100,000
Leonard Maue1,100,000-400,000
Jens Lakemeier480,000-215,000
Sirzat Hissou0-755,000
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