Jour 1 terminé
Jour 1 terminé
Julien Martini has had a day to remember, he became France's most coveted World Series of Poker player following his victory in Event #12: €2,000 8-Game and then finished Day 1 of Event #13: €10,000 NLH 6-Max as the chip leader with a stack of 1,317,000. He's in pole position to win the lion's share of the €672,695 prizepool as well as adding another bracelet to his resume from the 2021 World Series Poker Europe.
The Netherland's Sirzat Hissou (1,005,000) and Romain Le Dantec (800,000) round out the top three Day 1 chip stacks.
The likes of Bertrand "Elky" Grospellier, Johan Guilbert and Roland Israelashvili were other notable names to jump over the first hurdle.
Some big names who could not pilot a stack over to Day 2 include Ole Schemion, Martin Kabrhel and Event #10: €25,000 NLH Platinum High Roller Winner Andriy Lyubovetskiy.
Only 11 entrants will make the money, with the min-cash being a respectable €18,049 and the top prize being whopping €207,267.
The tournament saw 73 total entries, with only 13 players making it through to Day 2. The next stage of the event will play out at King's Resort, Rozvadov at 10 a.m. CET on Friday December 3 and will close once the final table has been reached. Day 3 will then resume on Saturday, December 4 at 12 p.m. with the stream going live at 6:30 p.m. local time.
Top 10 Chip Counts
|Place||NAME||Country||CHIP COUNT||Big Blinds|
|3||Romain Le Dantec||France||800,000||80|
Event #13: €10,000 NLH 6-Max Payouts
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|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|38||3||Romain Le Dantec||France||800,000||80|
|39||4||Roland Israelashvili||United States||198,000||20|
Day 1 has closed for Event #13: €10,000 NLH 6-Max with 13/73 entries advancing to Day 2 with Julien Martini as the chip leader.
End of day chip counts and recap to follow shortly.
The clock has been paused and the players will compete for five more hands.
Julien Martini opened to 20,000 and was called by Davide Suriano and Johan Guilbert to bring in the flop.
Action was checked to Martini who continued for 15,000 and was only called by Suriano.
Martini's 105,000 bet was called on the turn before Martini jammed on the river.
Suriano snap-called with pocket three's for a set but Martini had rivered Broadway with his
The hand was recapped following Martin Kabrhel's elimination.
Kabrhel was all-in and at risk with against Sonny Franco's pocket sevens.
The pocket sevens would end up winning with a full house to send the two-time bracelet winner out on Day 1.
Tom Dingenen and Sirzat Hissou got their stacks in preflop with the Belgian at risk.
Hissou hit the board to send Dingenen to the rail.
Moments later, Timo Kamphues was eliminated in 18th place.
The remaining 19 players just need to navigate one more level to bag and tag themselves into Day 2.