Tournois Live 2
Event #6: €1,650 PLO/NLH Mixed
Jours
123

Event Info

Buy-in €1,650
Prize Pool €483,075
Players 339

Info Niveau

Niveau 34
Blinds 125,000 / 250,000
Ante 250,000

Info Joueurs - Jour 3

Joueurs Survivants 1
Entrants 10

Highlights

Highlights

Plum Doubles on the First Hand

[user339872] • Niveau 27: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

Pot-Limit Omaha

Carter Newhof opened to 140,000 in the cutoff and Mikkel Plum shipped all in for 370,000 in the big blind. Newhof reluctantly called and the cards were tabled.

Mikkel Plum: {a-Spades}{a-Clubs}{10-Hearts}{4-Clubs}
Carter Newhof: {k-Hearts}{q-Spades}{q-Hearts}{5-Hearts}

The flop came {k-Spades}{8-Spades}{4-Hearts} and Newhof picked up a pair of kings. The {j-Hearts} on the turn also gave Newhof a flush draw but the {j-Clubs} on the river ensured Plum of full double up.

Carter Newhof us
Carter Newhof
us 1,670,000 -370,000
Mikkel Plum dk
Mikkel Plum
dk 790,000 370,000

Tags: Carter NewhofMikkel Plum

Final Table Kicks Off

[user339872] • Niveau 27: 25,000-50,000, 50,000 ante

The button will be starting in seat eight and the cards are now in the air on the final table.

Niveau:
27
Blinds:
25,000/50,000
Ante:
50,000

A New Champion to be Crowned in Event #6: €1,650 PLO/NLH Mixed as the Final Table Returns for Day 3

[user339872]
WSOPE Bracelet
WSOPE Bracelet

There will be 10 players returning for the final table on Day 3 of Event #6: €1,650 PLO/NLH Mixed and they will be playing down to a winner to crown a new World Series of Poker champion. Coming into the final day, Moncef Karoui is at the top of the leaderboard with 2,915,000 chips.

There are two other players who will return with over 2,000,000 chips including Claudio Di Giacomo (2,650,000) and Carter Newhof (2,040,000). Also among the final ten players, are Julien Sitbon (1,120,000) and Fahredin Mustafov (1,100,000) who have already built their own resumes in and out of the WSOP series.

Final Table Seat Draw

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Danny CovynBelgium640,00013
2Claudio Di GiacomoItaly2,650,00053
3Julien SitbonFrance1,120,00022
4Manuel FritzAustria1,180,00024
5Moncef KarouiTunisia2,915,00058
6Stanislav KolenoSlovakia660,00013
7Carter NewhofUnited States2,040,00041
8Antoine VrankenNetherlands865,00017
9Fahredin MustafovBulgaria1,100,00022
10Mikkel PlumDenmark420,0008

The remaining players have all guaranteed themselves at least €6,221 but will have their sights set on the first-place prize of €113,000 and the WSOP gold bracelet. With a few short stacks still in the mix, the action could be fast and furious to begin the day but the pay jumps will eventually become a factor.

The action is slated to get underway at 12 p.m. local time with 25:26 remaining in level 27 with the blinds at 25,000/50,000 and a big blind ante of 50,000. The levels will continue to be 40 minutes in length with a 15-minute break after every three levels.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be on the tournament floor to bring you all of the updates on the way to crowning a new WSOP champion.

Event #6: €1,650 PLO/NLH Mixed
Jour 3 a débuté