2019 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #9: €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha/No-Limit Hold'em Mix
Jours 1
Event Info

2019 World Series of Poker Europe

Main Gagnante
Event Info
Info Niveau
60,000 / 120,000

Event #9: €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha/No-Limit Hold'em Mix

Jour 1 terminé

Moshe and Lisandro Among the Big Stacks in Event #9: €1,650 Pot-Limit Omaha/No-Limit Hold'em Mix

Niveau 14 : 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante
Asi Moshe
Asi Moshe

Today there were 279 entries, surpassing the 241 entries recorded last year, to create a nice prizepool of €418,500. A total of 42 players will be in the money tomorrow for a min-cash worth €2,3922 but all have their eyes on the €97,365 first prize and the prestigious gold bracelet that comes with.

Leading the final 56 is Israelian Shahaf Nacson with 436,000, the only player above the 400,000 chips mark. According to Hendon Mob, his total live earnings in live tournaments worth $4,973 and he'll be hoping to add a first cash in a bracelet event tomorrow as well as his biggest live cash.

Shaun Deeb, the new chipleader of the WSOP Player of the year race and who finished second in that event last year against Norbert Szecsi managed to build a stack of 234,000 for Day 2. Deeb added even more chips during the last three hands of the day by forcing a fold to Jeff Madsen, who still bagged a comfortable 238,500, and eliminating Marek Uharcek.

Other big stacks include Ankit Ajuha from India, second in chips with 376,500, Harout Ghazarian (365,000), Paul Hendee (340,000), Quan Zhou (327,000), and multiple bracelet winners Asi Moshe (291,500) and Jeffrey Lisandro (287,000).

Several big names took their chance today and managed to find a bag tonight. They include Erik Cajelais (214,000), 2017 Player of the Year Chris Ferguson (179,000), Ismael Bojang (169,500), Maksim Pisarenko (174,000), who busted Michael Ogrady in a three-way pot on a seven-high flop not long before the end of the day, holding aces versus queens while Mihai Niste folded kings.

Daniel Negreanu, who was one of the very last players to register at the end of level 12, made his way to Day 2 by bagging 85,000 chips. However, 15-times bracelet winner Phil Hellmuth, who also late registered, busted a few minutes before the play halted.

Well-known players to felt on Day 1 also included Robert Campbell, Vasile Strugari, Phillip Hui, Philipp Gruissem, Dash Dudley, David "ODB" Baker, Benny Glaser, Allen Kessler and Pierre Neuville, who doubled a few times during the last levels of the night but lost his remaining chips in the last 30 minutes against the aces of Mustafa Biz.

The action continues tomorrow at 2 p.m and the plan is to play down to a final table. The action will restart at blinds 1,500/ 3,000 ante 3,000 and will increase every 40 minutes, with a 20-minute break every three levels.

Stay tuned to PokerNews for all the World Series of Poker Europe action from the King's Resort in Rozvadov.

Day 2 Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
801Mustafa BizTurkey110,50037
802Aaron DuczakCanada136,00045
803Egor TerekhinRussia41,00014
804Martin KuryGermany195,00065
805Erik CajelaisCanada214,00071
806Sandeep ChatlaniIndia67,00022
807Harout GhazarianCanada365,000122
808Adam LamphereUnited States87,50029
811Arto LoikkanenFinland134,00045
812Matthew BeckNew Zealand101,50034
813William ChattawayUnited Kingdom268,00089
814Ankit AhujaIndia376,500126
815Tomas Martim Dias Queiroz RibeiroPortugal74,50025
816Dennis MartinGermany80,00027
817Chris FergusonUnited States179,00060
818Robert KaggerudNorway55,50019
821Michal WozniakPoland92,50031
822Krzysztof JaguscikPoland24,5008
823Fabian GumzGermany104,50035
824Shaun DeebUnited States234,00078
825Paul HendeeUnited States340,000113
826Carlo SavinelliItaly63,50021
827Jeff CormierCanada208,00069
828Jonas KronwitterGermany138,00046
831Maksim PisarenkoRussia174,00058
832Siarhei ChudapalBelarus107,00036
833Roland IsraelashviliUnited States99,00033
834Jeff MadsenUnited States238,50080
835Kasparas KlezysLithuania59,00020
836Christopher HowdenUnited Kingdom14,5005
837Jakob MadsenDenmark138,00046
838Shahaf NacsonIsrael436,000145
941Zhong ChenNetherlands187,00062
942Quan ZhouChina327,000109
943Steven HeronUnited Kingdom48,00016
944Mihai NisteRomania77,50026
945Dragos TrofimovItaly161,00054
946Alexandre ViardFrance250,00083
947Kristoffer RasmussenDenmark78,50026
948Robert CowenUnited Kingdom123,50041
951Denis DrobinaRomania65,00022
952Nikola CokesaSlovenia132,50044
953Paresh DoshiUnited Kingdom100,50034
954Daniel NegreanuUnited States85,00028
955Jeff LisandroItaly287,00096
956Daniel EzekielUnited Kingdom218,00073
957Paulius VaitiekunasLithuania37,50013
958Ismael BojangAustria169,50057
961Steffen DoDenmark203,00068
962Asi MosheIsrael291,50097
963Ming Juen TeohMalaysia68,50023
964Tomasz PanekPoland102,50034
965Sam HiggsAustralia81,50027
966Patrick PetermairAustria44,50015
967Oleg PavlyuchukRussia286,00095
968Abelardo HafauriVenezuela131,50044

Tags: Allen KesslerAsi MosheBenny GlaserJeff MadsenMarek UharcekMustafa BizNorbert SzecsiPhil HellmuthPierre NeuvilleRobert CampbellRoger HairabedianShaun DeebVasile Strugari

Full End of the Day Chipcounts (complet)

Niveau 14 : 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante
Joueur Jetons Progression
Shahaf Nacson il
Shahaf Nacson
436,000 41,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Ankit Ahuja in
Ankit Ahuja
376,500 16,500
Harout Ghazarian ca
Harout Ghazarian
365,000 -65,000
Paul Hendee us
Paul Hendee
340,000 303,000
Quan Zhou cn
Quan Zhou
327,000 222,000
Asi Moshe il
Asi Moshe
291,500 291,500
WSOP 4X Winner
Jeff Lisandro au
Jeff Lisandro
287,000 12,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Oleg Pavlyuchuk lv
Oleg Pavlyuchuk
286,000 76,000
William Chattaway gb
William Chattaway
268,000 180,000
Alexandre Viard fr
Alexandre Viard
250,000 118,000
Jeff Madsen us
Jeff Madsen
238,500 48,500
WSOP 4X Winner
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
234,000 34,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Daniel Ezekiel gb
Daniel Ezekiel
218,000 218,000
Erik Cajelais ca
Erik Cajelais
214,000 110,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Jeff Cormier ca
Jeff Cormier
Steffen Do dk
Steffen Do
203,000 203,000
Martin Kury de
Martin Kury
195,000 -35,000
Zhong Chen nl
Zhong Chen
187,000 187,000
Chris Ferguson us
Chris Ferguson
179,000 154,000
WSOP 6X Winner
Maksim Pisarenko ru
Maksim Pisarenko
174,000 4,000
Ismael Bojang de
Ismael Bojang
169,500 103,500
WSOP 1X Winner
Dragos Trofimov md
Dragos Trofimov
161,000 117,000
Jakob Madsen dk
Jakob Madsen
138,000 108,000
Jonas Kronwitter at
Jonas Kronwitter
138,000 97,000
Aaron Duczak ca
Aaron Duczak
136,000 93,000

Lire Plus

Madsen Sends Merzhvinskii Out

Niveau 14 : 1,000/2,500, 2,500 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha

The flop read {7-Hearts}{8-Clubs}{3-Diamonds} when Siarhei Chudapal checked from the blinds and Jeff Madsen bet 6,000. Aleksandr Merzhvinskii decided to shove for 44,500 and Madsen called after Chudapal folded.

Aleksandr Merzhvinskii: {a-Clubs}{a-Diamonds}{k-Hearts}{j-Spades}
Jeff Madsen: {k-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}{9-Hearts}

The {6-Diamonds} hit the turn, giving the straight to Madsen and the {6-Clubs} didn't change anything on the river to eliminate Merzhvinskii.

Joueur Jetons Progression
Jeff Madsen us
Jeff Madsen
210,000 92,000
WSOP 4X Winner
Aleksandr Merzhvinskii ru
Aleksandr Merzhvinskii

Tags: Jeff MadsenAleksandr Merzhvinskii