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2014 Battle of Malta Plans Begin, Reserve a Seat Now!

BOM 2014 Just 360 Days Away.
BOM 2014 Just 360 Days Away.

Pretty much all we have left to say about the 2013 Battle of Malta is "wow." Just wow.

Interest for BOM 2013 was truly off the hook with buy-ins skyrocketing from 352 in 2012 to 888 in 2013.

Players from as far away as Costa Rica and Australia came to play and over 100 people were paid out with an amazing $100k USD paid out for first.

For a 550 buy-in tournament on a tiny (albeit beautiful) island in the Mediterranean, that's an incredible turn of events. And a phenomenal ROI for the average player.

Secure a 2014 Battle of Malta Seat Right Now!

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Tbh, it also took us a bit by surprise. Registration lines were long and it put us in a situation where we couldn't accompany everyone due to a lack of available dealers on the island.

To anyone left out of the event we apologize and guarantee this will not be the situation next year. We also promise a tournament that will raise the bar for the low- to mid-stakes player in a similar way as we have in 2012/2013.

We've also already received a ton of requests from people who want to secure a seat for the 2014 Battle of Malta so we're opening up a non-obligation starting list asap.

To secure your seat just send us an email at battleofmalta@pokerlistings.com. Please include your name and date of birth.

Your seat will be reserved until one month before the tournament starts. Putting yourself on the start list is no commitment in regards to payment, etc.

Further information will be sent out at the latest six months before the 2014 tournament.

Jukka The Dudesons
Jukka Dudeson was a revelation.
 

BOM = Spirit of Poker

From all of us at PokerListings we thank you tremendously for your support.

To our VIP guests Dan "Jungleman12" Cates, Ashton Griffin, Johannes Strassmann, Andreas Hoivold, Sam Holden, Giovanni Rizzo, Sofia Lövgren, Lauri Pesonen, The Dudesons, Puma Swede and Sasha Daygame, thanks for adding so much to the amazing atmosphere.

And to our first-ever Spirit of Poker award winners Naoya Kihara, Luca Moschitta and Pierre Neuville, thanks for being such continued inspirations both on and off the felt.

Check out our 2013 recap video with our world-class host Kara Scott below!


Average Stack
17,760,000
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Louis Cartarius Claims 2013 Battle of Malta Title

Louis Cartarius
Louis Cartarius

He came out of nowhere but German Louis Cartarius is the 2013 Battle of Malta Champion.

Cartarius entered the final table second to last in chips but bided his time and made some power moves when play got three-handed.

He made a few bold moves against Norwegian Ambjorn and that gave him enough momentum to beat local Konrad Abela heads-up.

In the end Cartarius outlasted 888 entries, secured the €80,000 first-place prize and a sweet trophy that should make the flight back to Frankfurt a good one.

The online grinder said this was by far the biggest live tournament score of his career.

It’s been a blast over the last week with tons of poker, parties and general good times in sunny Malta.

Thanks to everyone who took part and we’ll see you next year.

Here are the complete final-table payouts:


  • 1. Louis Cartarius – €80,000
  • 2. Konrad Abela – €52,000
  • 3. Ambjorn Haga – €32,000
  • 4. Arthur Popov – €23,630
  • 5. Lauri Pesonen – €19,000
  • 6. Alessandro de Ioco – €15,000
  • 7. Sonny La – €12,000
  • 8. Guiseppe Polichetti – €9,500
  • 9. Daniel Lucasz – €7,300
Average Stack
17,760,000
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1
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Konrad Abela Finishes in Second Place

Konrad Abela
Konrad Abela

Konrad Abela came within one spot of becoming the first Maltese person to win the Battle of Malta but it wasn’t to be.

In the final hand of the 2013 Battle of Malta Abela shoved all-in for his last 5 million with A J but got called down by Louis Cartarius A Q.

As with almost every board dealt tonight, it had a couple twists and turns.

The flop came J 7 4 and gave Abela a pair of jacks and reignited the mostly Maltese crowd who were cheering for Abela.

The crowd was silenced, however, when the turn came Q and then finished with the 4.

Both players looked shocked but happy after the final hand was dealt.

Abela picked up €52,000 for coming in second place.

Average Stack
17,760,000
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1
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1
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Louis Cartarius Slays Ambjorn Haga

Haga axed.
Haga axed.

At time it seemed he was unstoppable but the reign of massive Norwegian Ambjorn Haga has come to an end.

Haga got all his chips in the middle against Louis Cartarius.

Cartarius: 8 8

Haga: 5 5

Cartarius had Haga dominated but the Norwegian had gotten out of some tight spots before.

The flop wasn’t good for Haga, however, as it came 8 3 3.

“I’m gonna need help,” opined Haga.

He got it when the turn came 5 giving him a boat of his own and one slim chance to win the hand.

The river came… K!

Haga finishes in third place for €32,000.

Chip counts entering heads-up:


  • Cartarius: 10.1 million
  • Abela: 7.6 million
Average Stack
8,880,000
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2
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Double-Ups For Everyone

From almost zero to hero.
From almost zero to hero.

Just as we entered 150,000/300,000 blind levels with a 10,000 ante, Louis Cartarius scored a massive double up.

Cartarius opened the pot for 600,000 and Ambjorn Haga decided to shove his massive stack in the middle.

Cartarius called and flipped over A Q, which had Haga’s K-J dominated.

The rollercoaster board ran out K 8 7 9 4 and gave Haga a pair of kings on the flop but ultimately gave Cartarius the pot when he hit a flush on the turn.

Cartarius briefly took the chip lead but then doubled up Konrad Abela on the next hand, which gave Abela the chip lead and bumped Cartarius down to last.

It’s kill or be killed out there.

Here’s how it all shook down after the dustup.

  • Konrad Abela – 7.1 million
  • Ambjorn Haga – 5.7 million
  • Louis Cartarius – 5.5 million
Average Stack
5,920,000
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3
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Haga Retakes Lead from Cartarius Thanks to Huge Call

The boss is back.
The boss is back.

Ambjorn Haga is back in the driver’s seat at the final table of the 2013 Battle of Malta. 

Haga opened the pot up for 400,000 and Cartarius called from the big blind.

The flop came Q 7 4 and both players checked. The 6 peeled off the turn and Louis fired 450,000 into the pot.

The Norwegian called and the board finished with the 6 on the river. Louis kept the pressure on and made a massive 1.4 million bet.

Haga went deep into the tank and considered his options. Finally Haga decided to call. It was the right choice as Cartarius tabled J 9 for air. Haga had that easily beat with A 4 for a pair of fours.

After the hand Haga skyrocketed to about 10 million chips.

Here are the updated counts:


  • Ambjorn Haga – 10.1 million
  • Konrad Abela – 4.2 million
  • Louis Cartarius – 3.1 million
Average Stack
5,920,000
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3
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Louis Cartarius Scores Massive Double Against Haga

Out of nowhere!
Out of nowhere!

We have a new ballgame ladies and gentleman.

German Louis Cartarious just won the biggest hand of the tournament thus far against Ambjorn Haga.

Haga opened a pot for 320,000 and Cartarius straight-up shoved all-in for his 3.46 million chip stack.

Haga thought for several minutes about his decision but eventually decided to call with A 9. We had ourselves a classic race situation with Cartarius holding 4 4.

The flop was a dozy. It came… A K 4.

Haga had flopped a pair of aces but they were crushed by Cartarius’ set of fours.

The board finished with the 7 and finally 7 giving Cartarius an unnecessary boat.

Haga has officially been dethroned and we have a new chip leader in Cartarius.

Here are the updated chip counts:


  • Louis Cartarius: 7.06m
  • Ambjorn Haga: 6.275m
  • Konrad Abela: 4.4m
Average Stack
5,920,000
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3
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Arthur Popov Popped in Fourth

Arthur Popov
Arthur Popov

Arthur Popov has been short-stacked for much of the final table and did a great job surviving but finally succumbed to the rail.

Ambjorn Haga opened to 1.5 million, which easily covered Popov’s 1 million stack, and Popov decided to call.

Both players flipped over their cards:

Haga: 9 6

Popov A 3

The board ran out A-K-9-9-5 giving Popov a pair of aces but giving Haga the checkmark with trip nines.

“Nice hand,” joked Haga.

“That wasn’t very nice,” quipped Popov back.

Popov picks up €23,630 for coming in fourth place.

Haga is once again pulling away with over 8 million chips.

Blinds are now 80,000/160,000 with a 20,000 ante.

Average Stack
5,920,000
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3
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1
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Lauri Pesonen Drops Out of BOM in Fifth

Pesonen punted.
Pesonen punted.

Finnish online grinder Lauri Pesonen made an exceptional run in the 2013 Battle of Malta but will fall short of the ultimate prize.

Pesonen was down to 12bb and decided to make a move with 9 7 and Louis Cartarius called him down with A-8 offsuit.

There was an ace on the flop that proved to be more than enough to send Pesonen packing. Pesonen earned €19,000 for coming in fifth.

Cartarius is starting to make up some ground on Haga and we may be setting ourselves up for an epic heads-up match.

Here are the chip counts after the hand:

Ambjorn Haga: 7.3m

Louis Cartarius: 5.3m

Konrad Abeba: 2.7m

Arthur Popov: 1.5m

Average Stack
4,440,000
Players Left
4
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1
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Haga Sends De Ioco Packing in Sixth

Hard to get away from A-K.
Hard to get away from A-K.

Can anyone stop rampaging Norwegian Ambjorn Haga?

Alessandro De Ioco is the latest player to fall at Haga’s hand.

De Ioco bet 400,000 pre-flop and Haga raised to 800,000. De Ioco moved all-in and Haga immediately called with A A.

De Ioco had A K but is effectively crushed.

The flop provided some hope for De Ioco as it came K 7 3 but the 9 turn and 8 river quickly snapped the door shut.

De Ioco picks up €15,000 for coming in sixth place.

Here are the chip counts after the hand:


  • Ambjorn Haga 8.2m
  • Louis Catarius 3.7m
  • Konrad Abela 2.6m
  • Lauri Pesonen 1.8m
  • Popov 1.4m
Average Stack
3,552,000
Players Left
5
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1
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Haga Lays Down La in Seventh

Lights out for Sonny.
Lights out for Sonny.

Overwhelming chip leader Ambjorn Haga just added another player’s stack to his own.

The Norwegian is simply hitting the deck at this point.

Sonny La bet pre-flop and Haga called to see a flop of T 9 9 and La checked, Haga bet and La responded by shoving all-in.

Haga called and flipped over J9o for trip nines. La had pocket aces but was in a world of hurt.

Trip nines held for Haga and he took down the whole pot. He’s not up to nearly 6 million chips.

La receives €12,000 for coming in seventh place.

Average Stack
2,960,000
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6
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Back from Dinner, How About a Winner?

Jukka's dinner. Most likely.
Jukka's dinner. Most likely.

All seven remaining players have returned to the final table and will now attempt to snag that coveted Battle of Malta trophy and €80,000.

Blinds are now up to 60,000/120,000 with a 10,000 ante so play should be fairly fast considering short stack Arthur Popov has less than 10 big blinds.

Game on!

Here are the chip counts heading into play:


  • Ambjorn Haga – 4675000
  • Lauri Pesonen – 3715000
  • Louis Cartarius – 3000000
  • Alessandro de Iaco – 2450000
  • Konrad Abela – 1360000
  • Sonny La – 1665000
  • Arhur Popov – 910000
Average Stack
2,537,143
Players Left
7
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1
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Dinner Break, Ambjorn Haga Hunting BOM Title

The fabled nine (two gone)
The fabled nine (two gone)

We’ve reached the last dinner break of the 2013 Battle of Malta and players are out on a 60-minute dinner break.

Norwegian Ambjorn Haga re-took the chip lead over the last level and is once again crushing with 4.6 million.

The level wasn’t as kind to former chip leader Sonny La who dropped down to 1.6 million.

Here are the complete chip counts followed by bios for all our final table players:


  • Ambjorn Haga – 4675000
  • Lauri Pesonen – 3715000
  • Louis Cartarius – 3000000
  • Alessandro de Iaco – 2450000
  • Konrad Abela – 1360000
  • Sonny La – 1665000
  • Arhur Popov – 910000
Average Stack
2,537,143
Players Left
7
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1
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Pesonen Lays Sick Beat on Polichetti to Bust Him in Eighth

Doesn't like the ladies.
Doesn't like the ladies.

Lauri Pesonen can’t say he didn’t get some luck in this tournament.

The young Finnish online pro just laid a pretty bad beat on Italian Giuseppe Polichetti to eliminate him.

Polichetti, entered the final table as one of the shorter stacks, bet 225,000 with A-K and Pesonen, who had A-Q, decided to shove on him with a stack of 2.5 million.

Polichetti moved his last 1.7 million chips in the middle and the players flipped over their cards.

Unfortunately for Polichetti a queen hit on the flop and that spelled disaster for the Italian.

The turn and river bricked and Polichetti found himself on the rail. He’ll pick up €9,500 for coming in eighth place.

Average Stack
2,537,143
Players Left
7
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1
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Daniel Lucasz Goes Out Swinging in Ninth

Daniel Lucasz
Daniel Lucasz

Hungarian Daniel started the Battle of Malta final table as the shortest stack and it didn’t take him long to get all his chips in the middle.

Lucasz moved the last of his stack in the middle with A-8 and found himself in a good position against A-3.

Unfortunately the board ran out K-K-3-2-Q and that beat was the final thing Lucasz will remember from this event.

Or maybe the €7,300 for ninth place. Yeah that’s better. Remember that.

We’re down to eight and the blinds are up to 50,000/100,000 with a 10,000 ante.

Average Stack
2,220,000
Players Left
8
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1
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Mariano Busts 10th to Set Final Table

Day 1b chip leader Mariano D'Aquila finally busted.
Day 1b chip leader Mariano D'Aquila finally busted.

Italian Mariano D’Aquila came painfully close to the final table but will instead have to settle for 10th place money.

Arthur Popov made a standard raise pre-flop and D’Aquila shoved for 665,000.

Popov made the call and tabled A-Q, which had D’Aquila’s Q-T crushed.

The board ran out K-K-3-2-Q and that was enough to send D’Aquila packing. He’ll receive €5,400 for coming in 10th place.

With D’Aquila’s elimination we are officially to a final table of nine players. Get ready for a battle between the two big stacks – Sonny La and Ambjorn Haga.

Here’s a look at the chip counts as the final table begins:


  • Sonny La – 3500000
  • Ambjorn Haga – 2700000
  • Lauri Pesonen – 2000000
  • Konrad Abela – 1700000
  • Giuseppe Polichetti – 1600000
  • Arhur Popov – 1500000
  • Alessandro de Iaco – 1400000
  • Louis Cartarius – 1000000
  • Daniel Lucasz – 1200000
Average Stack
1,973,334
Players Left
9
Tables Left
1
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Giovanni Accetta Hits Rail in 11th Place

Finito
Finito

Alessandro De Iaco just busted Giovanni Accetta but it was chip leader Amjorn Haga who missed a chance to knock two players out at the same time.

Accetta open-shoved for his last 500,000 in early position and De Iaco re-shoved for considerably more from the button.

Action folded to Haga who really seemed to want to call. He tanked for several minutes but finally laid it down.

De Iaco flipped over A Q, which had Accetta’s A 4 crushed. Haga admitted he had pocket threes.

The board ran out 9 5 5 K 2 giving De Iaco the pot and eliminating Accetta.

“I would have it,” said a forlorn Haga.

Accetta busts in 11th place and picks up €5,400 for his efforts.

Average Stack
1,776,000
Players Left
10
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2
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Attard Busts 12th, Haga Up to 3.9 Million

Mark Attard
Mark Attard

There’s a Viking plundering Malta and his name is Ambjorn Haga.

Haga has been unstoppable on Day 3 of the Battle of Malta and just took out another player.

Mark Attard is the latest player to fall under the axe of Haga.

Attard got all his chips in the middle with A-T against Haga’s pocket sevens.

The board ran out 7-3-A-8-4 and ended Attard’s tournament. He’ll pick up €5,400 for coming in 12th place.

Meanwhile Haga is up to nearly 4 million in chips.

Blinds are now 40,000/80,000 with a 5,000 ante.

Here are the latest chip counts:

Ambjorn Haga – 4000000

Sonny La – 2800000

Lauri Pesonen – 2150000

Konrad Abela – 2150000

Daniel Lucasz – 1800000

Louis Cartarius – 950000

Giuseppe Polichetti – 740000

Arthur Popov – 630000

Alessandro De Iaco – 600000

Giavanni Accetta – 580000

Mariano d'Aquils – 530000

Average Stack
1,614,546
Players Left
11
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2
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Federico Oviedo Montealegre Makes His Move, Out in 13th

Federico Oviedo Montealegre
Federico Oviedo Montealegre

Montealegre had enough of Sonny La’s constant raising at his table.

La, who’s been building a massive stack, has been bullying the table for the last hour of play and Montealegre finally made a stand.

Montealegre bet 200k pre-flop and La decided to call and see a flop of 8 5 4.

Montealegre checked but La counted out a 120,000 bet. Montealegre shoved and La snap-called with 5 5 for a set.

The turn came Q and then the river finished with the A giving Montealegre two-pair but it wasn’t enough to beat La’s set of fives. Montealegre goes out in 13th place and picks up a €4,565 payout.

Meanwhile La is crushing and up to 2.6 million. There’s one other monster in the room, however as Ambjorn Haga has just over 3 million.

Average Stack
1,480,000
Players Left
12
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2
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Down to 13 as Battle Rages On

Nope. Don't like that river at all.
Nope. Don't like that river at all.

It simply won’t slow down on Day 3 of the Battle of Malta as we rocket towards the final table. 

Jan Erik Saelevik (16th), Deniz Maska (15th) and Keith Hathaway (14th) have all been eliminated.

Saelevik will receive €3,950 for coming in 16th while Maska and Hathaway both made it to the €4,500 payout level.

Hathaway’s exit was particularly painful as he was all-in for his last 250,000 chips with A 9 against T 9 only to have his opponent river a straight.

Blinds are now 30,000/60,000 with a 5,000 ante.

Average Stack
1,366,154
Players Left
13
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2
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Jukka Orders 20 Beers, Busts 17th from Battle of Malta

End of the road.
End of the road.

The Dudeson’s Jukka certainly made the most of his time at the Battle of Malta. 

For the last three days Jukka has been scooping pots, laughing it up with the players at his table and even tripping over chairs.

For his last act Jukka ordered 20 beers for everyone at his table and then promptly busted in 17th place.

Jukka made an ill-timed shove with 7 6 and got snapped off by Sonny La who had A Q.

Jukka has been making miracle hands throughout the tournament but his luck finally ran out as the board went:

J 9 2 2 Q

The Dudeson’s stuntman looked a bit stunned but then got up and said, “Well that was fun. Thanks everybody.”

And with that the tight-wearing Finn exited the poker room leaving 20 beers behind.

He picks up €3,919 for coming in 17th place but misses out on the final table.

In other news Giovanni Ceraso busted in 18th place when Ambjorn Haga flopped a set of nines against his J-J.

We're down to 16.

Average Stack
1,110,000
Players Left
16
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2
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Haga Retakes the Lead, Up to 2.3 Million

Still crushing
Still crushing

The 18 remaining players have made it to Level 21 and Ambjorn Haka has retaken the lead with a massive 2.3 million chip stack. 

Louis Catarius (1.8 million) and Alessandro de Laco (1.7 million) have also been making moves this afternoon.

Jukka of the Dudesons, who has been pounding beers this afternoon, just knocked an entire row of chairs over while he was running back to his table.

After falling Jukka stood up and did a bow and the entire tournament room applauded.

Blinds are now 20,000/40,000 with a 5,000 ante.

Here are the latest chip counts:

Amjorn Haga – 2390000

Louis Catarius – 1860000

Alessandro de Iaco – 1715000

Daniel Lucacz – 1350000

Lauri Pesonen – 1220000

Konrad Abela – 1180000

Keith Hataway – 1170000

Giuseppe Polichetti – 1120000

Arthur Popov – 780000

Sonny La – 625000

Jan Erik Saelvecic – 590000

Jukka Hilden – 525000

Giovanni Acetta – 515000

Fedrico Ovierdo – 505000

Giovanni Ceraso – 495000

Mark Attard – 370000

Deniz Maska – 350000

Mariano d'Aquila – 320000

Average Stack
986,667
Players Left
18
Tables Left
2
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Rapid-Fire Eliminations, Down to 18

Jukka hit hard.
Jukka hit hard.

No one is wasting any time on Day 3 of the 2013 Battle of Malta. 

We’ve barely played 30 minutes and there have already been six eliminations.

Here are the early bustouts:

24th - Froshaug Even (€3,101)

23th - Dargren Pontius (€3,101)

22th - Giorgio Piazza (€3,101)

21th - Marcus Holmstrom (€3,489)

20th - Vincenzo Saverino (€3,489)

19th - Romain Gravisse (€3,489)

Some of our previous leaders have taken some big hits in the early stages too.

Ambjorn Haga got stuck on the wrong side of A-Q>A-3 and lost 402,000 of his stack to Erik Jan Saelevik, which brought Norwegian back down to earth.

Meanwhile Jukka of The Dudesons took a pretty sick beat against Giovanni Ceraso.

Ceraso got all his 370,000 chips in the middle with pocket queens and Jukka made the easy call with pocket kings.

Unfortunately for Jukka, Ceraso turned a straight and scooped the pot, sending Jukka spiraling down the counts. He’s down to about 550,000 and will need to make a move soon.

Average Stack
986,667
Players Left
18
Tables Left
2
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The Final Battle Begins on BOM Day 3

Don't mess with Ambjorn
Don't mess with Ambjorn

A total of 24 players enter play today but only one will walk away with the €80,000 and the title of Battle of Malta champion.

Bearded Norwegian Ambjorn Haga ran riot yesterday and amassed 1.84 million chips.

There are plenty notable storylines in the field however with The Dudeson’s Jukka Hilden in the top 10 chip counts along with fellow Finn Lauri Pesonen.

888poker qualifier Sonny La is looking to turn the package he won into €80,000.

Although we start with 24 players the final table will begin when we reach nine. Then we’ll play right down to a winner.

We’ll start with blinds of 15,000/30,000 and 4,000 ante.

Here are the complete chip counts to start the day:


  • 1. Ambjorn Haga - 1,849,000
  • 2. Konrad Abela - 1,492,000
  • 3. Lauri Pesonen - 1,241,000
  • 4. Giorgio Piazza - 1,023,000
  • 5. Mariano D’Aquila - 975,000
  • 6. Alessandro De Laco - 966,000
  • 7. Arthur Popov - 932,000
  • 8. Sonny La - 854,000
  • 9. Jukka Hilden - 801,000
  • 10. Daniel Lucacz - 800,000
  • 11. Vincenzo Severino - 780,000
  • 12. Marcus Holmstrom - 768,000
  • 13. Mark Attard - 764,000
  • 14. Giuseppe Polichetti - 668,000
  • 15. Even Froshaug - 512,000
  • 16. Louis Cartarius - 509,000
  • 17. Federico Oviedo - 461,000
  • 18. Jan Erik Saelevik - 454,000
  • 19. Pontus Dangren - 431,000
  • 20. Keith Hathaway - 381,000
  • 21. Romain Gravisse - 343,000
  • 22. Deniz Maska - 305,000
  • 23. Giovanni Accetta - 265,000
  • 24. Giovanni Ceraso - 159,000
Average Stack
612,414
Players Left
29
Tables Left
4
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Event Name Battle of Malta 2013 Main Event
Venue Malta
Date 26 September 2013
Final Day 30 September 2013
Buy In €550
Entrants 888
Prize Pool €430,680
First Prize €80,000
Level Ante Blinds
Level 1 0 25/50
Level 2 0 50/100
Level 3 0 100/200
Level 4 0 150/300
Level 5 25 200/400
Level 6 50 300/600
Level 7 100 400/800
Level 8 100 500/1000
Level 9 100 600/1200
Level 10 200 800/1600
Level 11 200 1000/2000
Level 12 300 1500/3000
Level 13 500 2000/4000
Level 14 500 3000/6000
Level 15 500 4000/8000
Level 16 1000 5000/10000
Level 17 1000 6000/12000
Level 18 2000 8000/16000
Level 19 3000 10000/20000
Level 20 4000 15000/30000
Level 21 5000 20000/40000
Level 22 5000 30000/60000
Level 23 5000 40000/80000
Level 24 5000 50000/100000

LOUIS CARTARIUS
wins
€80,000

Battle of Malta 2013 Main Event

Top Money Finishers Prize
1. LOUIS CARTARIUS €80,000
2. KONRAD ABELA €52,000
3. AMBJORN HAGA €32,000
4. ARTHUR POPOV €23,630
5. Lauri Pesonen €19,000
6. ALESSANDRO DE IOCO €15,000
7. SONNY LA €12,000
8. GUISEPPE POLICHETTI €9,500
9. DANIEL LUCASZ €7,300
10. MARIANO DAQUILA €5,400