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|Blinds||125,000 / 250,000|
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Simone Andrian Emerges Victorious to Win his First WSOP Europe Bracelet in Event #11: €1,650 NLH 6-Max
Italy's Simone Andrian was crowned as the winner in Event #11: €1,650 NLH 6-Max, taking down Josef Snejberg in heads up, to become a first-time bracelet winner.
He overcame a field of 535 players to win €158,616 and topped a final table that included two-time WPT champion and chip leader Tony Tran and Czech's Josef Snejberg.
Snejberg himself, had to settle with the second place and the €98,020 that came with it and only a spot away from getting his hands on a bracelet.
Event #11: €1,650 NLH 6-Max Final Table Results
|2||Josef Snejberg||Czech Republic||€98,020|
|5||Jan Bednar||Czech Republic||€31,320|
|6||Tony Tran||United States||€22,410|
Final Table Recap
The start of the day saw Josef Snejberg gaining the lead from the beginning with his aggression andTony Tran, previous chip leader, losing ground when he called the all-in of Zlatin Penev with a missed straight draw.
There were no eliminations in the first three levels of the day. However, right at the beginning of Level 31, it was Tony Tran who was eliminated first when he was all-in preflop with a dominated hand against Snejberg. Shortly after, Jan Bednar who started as the short stack, was sent to the rail by Simone Andrian and Zlatin Penev from Norbert Baumgartner.
In the three-handed play, Andrian slowly started gaining the lead, with some small pots but the elimination of Baumgartner from himself, put him in commanding position in the heads up.
When heads up started Snejberg tried to play a lot post flop winning some small pots, which would help him close the gap between him and Andrian. In the end, Snejberg fell short as we faced Andrian, all-in preflop and him being dominated. Andrian sealed the deal and claimed the win alongside the WSOP bracelet.
Simone Andrian raised from the button to 500,000 with and Josef Snejberg shoved for 6,650,000 with getting the call from Andrian.
''Four coming on the turn'' said Snejberg.
''No, a seven is always coming'' jokingly Andrian replied.
The flop came keeping Andrian safe. The turn was the and now Snejberg needed only a four to survive but the on the river wasn't of any help and so Snejberg finished in second place.
Simone Andrian limped the button with and Josef Snejberg checked back with .
The flop came and Snejberg check-called 250,000 with queen high and got rewarded as the fell on the turn.
Both players checked as they did on the river and Snejberg took the pot down.
On the next hand, both players saw the flop coming after the limp of Snejberg from the button with and the check back from Andrian with .
Snejberg bet one blind, 250,000 and Andrian called. The turn was the and Andrian bet 400,000 to get a 1,300,000 raise from Snejberg.
Simone Andrian raised from the button to 400,000 with and Josef Snejberg called with .
The flop came and Snejberg check-called a 300,000 bet from Andrian.
The turn was the and both players checked as Snejberg made a pair.
The river was the and Snejberg bet 550,000 getting a fold from his opponent.
They two players are back from the short break and ready to fight for the gold bracelet and the better part of €158,000.
The two players took a small break before the heads up action start.
Play will resume shortly.
Norbert Baumgartner raised from the button to 400,000 with and Simone Andrian shoved all-in covering his opponent, with .
Baumgartner took significant time before making his decision. He ended up calling and was at risk of elimination in a typical coinflip situation.
The flop came with Andrian still in the lead.
The turn was the and Andrian mentioned ''I don't want a set'' before the lands on the river and give this huge pot to Andrian who eliminates Baumgartner.