2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #4: €3,200 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
Zilele: 2
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Rezultate finale
Mâna câştigătoare
Event Info
Informaţii Nivel
15,000 / 30,000

Patel the Firsr Player Through

Nivel 2 : 800-1,600, 200 ante

Emil Patel is the first player through to tomorrow's final after dismantling his table in quick-time.

Tommy Vedes raised to 2,000 from the button and called when Patel three-bet to 5,500. The flop came down {10-}{7-}{3-} and after a series of bets and raises the chips were in the middle.

Patel tabled pocket jacks and held against Vedes' drawing [8][9]. He takes 237,000 through with him.

Taguri: Tommy VedesEmil Patel

Nivel: 2

Blinduri: 800/1,600

Ante: 200

Getzwiller Takes a Blow and then Busts

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

Sean Getzwiller battled with Taylor Paur over the course of two hands out of three, and lost them both to bust.

In the first hand he raised to 2,200 only to be raised to 7,000 by Paur. His response was to four-bet to 22,500 and snap-fold when Paur shoved.

The next hand took the same line but this time Getwiller snap-called all-in when shoved on.

Getzwiller: {a-Spades}{q-Hearts}
Paur: {9-Hearts}{9-Spades}

The board ran {9-Diamonds}{7-Spades}{6-Hearts}{q-Spades}{8-Clubs} to make Paur a set.

Taguri: Sean GetzwillerTaylor Paur

Silver Seeking Gold

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

He is either running amazingly well or playing superbly, or maybe a mixture of both, but Max Silver is definitely in charge in his match against Terrance Chan. After sending Vanessa Selbst to the rail, Silver has found himself with a mound of chips and is using this to his advantage.

On a board reading {4-Spades}{Q-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{Q-Spades}{J-Spades}, Chan was sat with a bet of 10,200 in front of him and Silver had raised to 22,800. A couple of minutes later Chan folded, telling Silver he played the hand strangely. Shortly afterwards on a {5-Clubs}{A-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}{10-Diamonds} board, Silver bet 23,800 and Chan made the call.

The river brought the {2-Clubs} into play and after asking Chan how many chips he had, 34,000, Silver moved all in. Chan sat back in his chair and smiled. "I hoped the river was not the {2-Clubs}," he said. A minute later he mucked his hand. Silver is well in control here.

Taguri: Max SilverTerrance Chan

Toth Sends Brown Home

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

Chad Brown is no longer in this tournament after being eliminated by Richard Toth.

We did not see the hand take place but Toth told us there was a preflop raising war between himself and Brown that saw the pair go heads up in a four-bet pot to a flop reading {10-}{5-}{3-}. Brown moved all in with {A-}{10-} and Toth called with {5-}{3-} the turn was a {3-} and when the river bricked, Brown was sent home for an early bath.

Taguri: Richard TothChad Brown

Selbst Ran into Silver's Quads

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante
Vanessa Selbst from yesterday
Vanessa Selbst from yesterday

"What was I supposed to do? He was three-betting me every hand", said Vanessa Selbst as she walked across the tournament floor on her way to the exit.

She was talking about Max Silver, who took all her chips. We asked him to fill us in on the details of the hand. Terrence Chan agreed that he had three-bet her nearly every hand and he did so again on this hand.

She called to see an {8-}{6-}{6-} flop where she called a c-bet from Silver. The turn brought another {6-} and Silver led again. Call. The river came an {8-} and the Brit set Selbst all-in for her remaining chips. She called but mucked upon seeing Silver's {6-Hearts}{4-Hearts} for quads. The American claimed she had pocket kings.

Silver has more than twice the chips on Chan now.

Taguri: Vanessa SelbstMax SilverTerrance chan

ElkY Grabs His Table By The Horns

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

On a flop reading {4-Hearts}{9-Spades}{6-Clubs} Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier checks, Keven Stammen bets 8,100 and ElkY makes the call. After burning a car the dealer puts out the {J-Diamonds} on the turn. ElkY wastes little time in betting 12,200 but Stammen takes his time, almost 90 seconds, before announcing "24,000." However, he is informed that WSOPE rules dictate he must make it 24,400 to play. He apologises, stating he thought the ElkY raise was 11,200 and he puts in the extra chips.

But he need not have bothered because ElkY almost instantly moves all in and Stammen flicks his cards towards the dealer and is the short stack at the table. ElKY however is well in control, just for a change.

Taguri: Bertrand "ElkY" GrospellierKeven Stammen

Telezhkin the Second Out

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

Kirill Telezhkin has followed Deeb out the door. He five-bet shoved with {k-Clubs}{q-Spades} from the big blind and was called by Emil Patel in the small blind with {a-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}.

The board ran {j-Clubs}{9-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{5-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds} to hand the pot to Patel. The Russian stack was just covered and wished his two opponent's luck before departing.

Ace-High Good For Pierrot

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

Massenat Pierrot raises to 2,500 on the button and John Armbrust calls in the big blind. The dealer puts the {9-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} and both players check. The turn brings the {3-Clubs} and Armbrust fires a bet 2,700 and is instantly called by his opponent.

The river is the {5-Spades} and Armbrust fires again, this time 4,800 and Pierrot snaps him off.

"Ace-king," say Pierrot turning over {A-Hearts}{K-Clubs}, Armburst mucks.

Taguri: John ArmbrustMassenat Pierrot

Makiievskyi has a Toth Pulled Out

Nivel 1 : 500-1,000, 100 ante

Anton Makiievskyi is down to 40,000 chips after pulling a move on Richard Toth which the Hungarian picked off.

The turn was out and and the board read {7-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{7-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}. Makiievskyi led for 6,000 and was raised to 14,000 by Toth. He responded by "French" clicking it back to 28,000 but folded when Toth moved all-in.

Taguri: Anton MakiievskyiRichard Toth