Jour 3 terminé
|Blinds||4,000,000 / 8,000,000|
Jour 3 terminé
Jeremy Saderne a remporté l'Event #69: Mini Main Event à 1000$ l'entrée pour un gain fantastique de 628 654$ et un bracelet World Series Of Poker.
"Je me sens très bien. Je n'imaginais pas remporter un tournoi avec plus de 5000 entrants", a commenté Jeremy Saderne avec un grand sourire après sa victoire sur l'édition inaugurale de ce tournoi. Passé à une rivière de l'élimination à 3 left après avoir été chipleader à 6 left, le Français a tiré le meilleur de la structure turbo et des niveaux de 30 minutes : "C'est un tournoi très très rapide, il faut des cartes et j'ai run vraiment très good", a indiqué le nouveau champion du monde.
"Tous mes amis sont là, c'est incroyable. Je n'avais jamais vu cela, c'est mieux que le Stade Vélodrome. Je remercie vraiment les copains ils m'ont donné beaucoup de puissance et d'énergie", a ajouté le tricolore après son head's up contre la fantasque Lula Taylor.
5521 entrées ont été comptabilisées et Saderne collecte la part du lion d'un prizepool de 4,9 millions de dollars. Les 829 derniers survivants se sont partagés la cagnotte, les six derniers rescapés repartant avec un gain à 6 chiffres.
La finale a duré un peu moins de 5 heures, elle était diffusée sur PokerGo et à suivre en direct sur PokerNews.
|2||Lula Taylor||United States||$388,284|
|8||Ben Alloggio||United States||$71,199|
|9||James Stewart||United States||$55,188|
Hand #99: Lula Taylor opened to 29,000,000 and Jeremy Saderne, now draped in a French flag, three-bet to 50,000,000. Taylor moved all in for 122,000,000 in total and Saderne snap-called.
Once again, Saderne has picked up the blades and was in fantastic shape to win his first-ever bracelet. Saderne's lead grew bigger on the flop, as Taylor now needed running outs to avoid elimination. They were standing behind the table and holding hands as they awaited the turn and river.
There was some hope on the turn, but the river ended Taylor's amazing run in second place for $388,284. Once all the French rail had embraced Saderne and started to chant, Saderne pointed to Taylor and his rail loudly cheered her on.
Saderne has claimed the second French bracelet of the 2019 WSOP and his maiden one, which comes with a massive payday of $628,654. The winner pictures will take some time, as dozens of French players headed to the Amazon feature table to celebrate the victory.
Hand #95: Lula Taylor moved all in and Jeremy Saderne folded.
Hand #96: Saderne limped the small blind and Taylor moved all in again, a quick fold by Saderne followed.
Hand #97: A walk for Saderne.
Hand #98: Saderne limped and Taylor checked to the flop. Once Taylor checked, Saderne bet 8,000,000 and that won the pot.
Hand #94: Jeremy Saderne limped in on the button, Andres Korn shoved all in for 67,500,000 from the small blind, and Taylor folded the big blind.
Saderne, however, had laid a trap and picked off Korn's shove in a heartbeat.
The flop kept Saderne's aces way ahead, and by the time the came on the turn the entire French rail was on their feet, leaning over in anticipation. The river was the and Korn had to make his way off the stage in third place, missing out on his second bracelet by a hair.
Hand #93: The hand after getting two-outed on the river, Lula Taylor shoved all in for 58,500,000 on the button, Jeremy Saderne three-bet shoved all in from the small blind and Andres Korn folded the big blind.
The flop came down , giving Taylor the lead with a pair of jacks. The turn was the , leaving Saderne drawing to a king, queen, or ten to knock out Taylor.
The river was the instead and Taylor doubled up.
Hand #90: Jeremy Saderne limped the small blind and Andres Korn checked out of the big blind to see a flop for free. Saderne made it 6,000,000 to go and Korn called, which brought them to the turn. A bet of 20,000,000 by Saderne resulted in a loud celebration of the French rail, as Korn sent his cards to the muck.
Hand #91: Saderne limped in from the button and Lula Taylor checked in the big blind to a flop. Both opted to check and the turn paired the board. Taylor now bet 28,000,000 and Saderne quickly folded.
Hand #92: Taylor opened to 19,000,000 in the small blind and Saderne pushed for 94,000,000 in the big blind, which Taylor called after some consideration.
Taylor pulled into the lead on the flop and the chants of the Argentinian rail grew louder as they were hoping for a pay jump for Korn. The turn changed nothing, but an explosion of emotions took place on the river as Saderne rivered a set for the commanding lead. The Frenchman jumped to his rail, embraced everyone as the entire room was filled with shouts in French.
Hand #85: Walk for Lula Taylor.
Hand #86: Taylor raised to 16,500,000 in the small blind and Jeremy Saderne folded the big blind.
Hand #87: Taylor raised to 22,000,000 on the button and won her third hand in a row.
Hand #88: Saderne shoved all in for 67,000,000 on the button and won the hand.
Hand #89: Taylor limped in from the small blind, Saderne shoved from the big blind, and Taylor folded.
Hand #80: Lula Taylor opened to 23,000,000 in the small blind and Jeremy Saderne tank-folded after some table chat with Taylor.
Hand #81: Taylor moved all in from the button and scooped the blinds and big blind ante.
Hand #82: A walk for Taylor.
Hand #83: A walk for Saderne.
Hand #84: Taylor opened the button to 17,500,000 and found no resistance.