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Roger Hairabedian Wins Event 5: €2,200 No Limit Hold’em (€148,820)

Winner, Roger Hairabedian
Winner, Roger Hairabedian

He was just unstoppable today! The man who goes by ‘Big Roger’ managed to beat an extremely tough final table to become the first player in history to win two World Series of Poker Europe bracelets, and also the first ever French player with two. Roger Hairabedian ultimately beat Erik Seidel heads up and walked away with €148,820.

Plenty of big pros made it to the final table, but Max Greenwood and Mike Watson were knocked out right at start. Matan Krakow made a WSOPE final table for the third straight year, but he as well was no match for Hairabedian. Krakow finished fourth today for €49,784 and the 888 sponsored player once again showed that he can compete with the best in the world.

One of the best in the world is without question Erik Seidel. Seidel has eight WSOP bracelets, more than $18 million in career earnings and a huge collection of trophies. Seidel started the day, and later the heads up, as chip leader but he did not manage to close it out. Seidel took home €92,003 for his second place finish but Hairabedian was the big winner making €148,820 after playing poker for three days here in Paris.

Event 5 - Final Table Results
1st: Roger Hairabedian - €148,820
2nd: Erik Seidel - €92,003
3rd: Kevin Song - €67,118
4th: Matan Krakow - €49,784
5th: Erwann Pecheux - €37,502
6th: Mike Watsson - €28,683
7th: Max Greenwood - €22,258

 

Congratulations to the champion, Roger Hairabedian

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Erik Seidel Eliminated in 2nd Place (€93,003)

Hand #141

Roger Hairabedian raised to 72,000 and Erik Seidel folded.

Hand #142

Erik Seidel limped from the button and Roger Hairabedian checked. The flop brought out Q 3 8 and both players checked. The turn brought the 9 and both players checked. On the river Hairabedian bet 75,000 and picked up the pot.

Hand #143

Roger Hairabedian raised to 72,000 and Erik Seidel folded.

Hand #144

Erik Seidel raised to 48,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought 4 7 2 and Hairabedian check-called 60,000. The turn brought the T and Seidel bet 76,000. Hairabedian folded and Seidel picked up another pot.

Hand #145

Roger Hairabedian raised to 72,000 and Erik Seidel three-bet to 174,000. Hairabedian moved all in and Seidel called.

Seidel: 8 8

Hairabedian: K K

The board ran out 6 5 9 J 2 and with that, Hairabedian had won his second WSOPE gold bracelet.

Erik Seidel finishes as the runner-up for a €92,003 score, but the top prize of €148,820 goes to Roger Hairabedian!

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Seidel Wins Some Small Pots

Erik Seidel needs to win some chips
Erik Seidel needs to win some chips

Hand #137

Roger Hairabedian opened it up to 49,000 from the button and Erik Seidel took a few moments before moving all in. Hairabedian quickly folded.

Hand #138

Erik Seidel was on the button and raised it up to 48,000. Roger Hairabedian called and the dealer flipped over a flop featuring a 4 and a 3. Both players checked and then checked the Q turn. The river was a 4 and Hairabedian checked before Seidel bet 50,000. Back on Hairabadian and he eventually decided to make the call. At showdown, Seidel showed an unknown winning hand and picked up the pot.

Hand #139

Roger Hairabedian raised to 67,000 from the button and Erik Seidel made the call. The flop was 5 A 9 and both players checked. The turn was a Q and Seidel checked before Harbedian bet 50,000. Seidel check-raised big and took it down.

Hand #140

Erik Seidel was on the button and raised it up to 48,000. Roger Hairabedian made the call and then both players checked the 3 2 4 flop. On the A turn, Hairabedian bet 50,000 and Seidel called. Both players checked the 9 river and at showdown, Seidel took it down with A J

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Seidel Can't Get Anything Going

Hand #131

Roger Hairabedian raised to 62,000 and Erik Seidel moved all in. Hairabedian folded and Seidel picked up the pot.

Hand #132

Erik Seidel limped from the small blind and Roger Hairabedian raised to 74,000. Seidel called and the flop showed 8 9 T. Seidel bet 50,000 after Hairabedian checked and the Frenchman called.

On the turn the 7 hit and both players checked. The river brought the 2 and Hairabedian bet 75,000. Seidel folded and left himself with 512,000 while Hairabedian showed pocket aces and moved up to 1,510,00.

Hand #133

Roger Hairabedian limped from the button and Erik Seidel checked. The flop brought 6 Q J and Hairabedian picked up the pot with a 75,000-chip bet after Seidel had checked.

Hand #134

Erik Seidel called from the button and Roger Hairabedian moved all in. Seidel folded and Hairabedian picked up another pot. Hairabedian showed the 4

Hand #135

Roger Hairabedian limped from the button and Erik Seidel checked. The flop brought K Q 2 and Seidel bet 25,000. Hairabedian called and on the turn the K hit. Seidel checked this time and Hairabedian bet 60,000. Seidel folded and was knocked down to 403,000.

Hand #136

Erik Seidel folded from the button.

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Plenty of Shoves

Hand #125

Roger Hairabedian started the first hand back from the break with the button. He folded and the pot went to Seidel.

Hand #126

Erik Seidel raised it up to 48,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian moved his monster stack all in. Seidel folded and a small amount of chips went to Hairabedian.

Hand #127

Roger Hairabedian opened it up to 52,000 from the button and Erik Seidel folded.

Hand #128

Erik Seidel had the button and raised it up to 48,000. Roger Hairabedian moved all in again and Erik Seidel folded.

Hand #129

Roger Hairabedian opened the button and Erik Seidel moved all in. Hairabedian got out of the way and Seidel claimed some much-needed chips.

Hand #130

Erik Seidel was on the button and raised it up to 48,000. Roger Hairbedian folded and the blinds and antes went to Seidel. 

 

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Heads-Up action continues in Event 5

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There We Go Again

The blinds are now 12,000/24,000 with a 4,000 ante and the cards are back in the air.

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Time For Another Break

Hand #124

Erik Seidel limped from the button and Roger Hairabedian raised to 45,000 and Seidel called. The flop brought T 2 2 and the action went check-check. On the turn the 6 hit and the action was checked again. On the river the 8 hit and Hairabedian bet 50,000. This was enough to take down the pot. 

The players are now on a 20-minute break.

Chip Counts:

Erik Seidel: 586,000
Roger Hairabedian: 1,398,000

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Seidel Wins a Couple

Hand #119

Roger Hairabedian raised it up to 60,000 from the button and Erik Seidel folded the button.

Hand #120

Erik Seidel raised it up to 40,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian folded.

Hand #121

Roger Hairabedian had the button and raised to 45,000. Erik Seidel made the call and the dealer turned over a A T 8 flop. Both players checked and a 3 hit the turn. This time Seidel led for 50,000 and Hairabedian folded.

Hand #122

Erik Seidel opened to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. On the 3 2 K flop, both players checked and then did the same on the Q turn and the 4 river. At showdown, Seidel won the pot with T 3.

Hand #123

Roger Hairabedian raised to 40,000 from the button. Erik Seidel made the call and the dealer spread out a Q 5 6 flop. Seidel checked here and Hairabedian bet 35,000. Seidel made the call and a 9 was dealt on the river. Both players checked and Seidel won it with 5 3

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Small Pots Back and Forth

Hand #112

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought T 2 A and the action was checked. On the turn the 5 hit and it was checked again. The river brought the A and Hairabedian bet 65,000. Seidel folded and Hairabedian picked up yet another pot.

Hand #113

Roger Hairabedian folded from the button.

Hand #114

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought 4 6 K and Hairabedian check-called 40,000. On the turn the T hit and Seidel bet 75,000 after Hairabedian checked. The French pro folded and Seidel is back up to 445,000 chips. Hairabedian’s lead is still big with 1,539,000 chips.

Hand #115

Roger Hairabedian raised to 60,000 from the button and Erik Seidel folded. Hairabedian showed Q Q and picked up another pot.

Hand #116

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought 4 4 J and Seidel won the pot with a 40,000-chip bet.

Hand #117

Roger Hairabedian raised to 60,000 and picked up the pot.

Hand #118

Erik Seidel limped and Roger Hairabedian checked. The flop brought 3 9 4 and Hairabedian check-folded to a 40,000-chip bet.

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One Tank Fold and Not Much Else

Hand #107

Roger Hairabedian folded the button.

Hand #108

Erik Seidel opened the button to 45,000 and Roger Hairabedian folded.

Hand #109

Roger Hairabedian opened the button to 60,000 and Erik Seidel thought for a few moments before moving all in for what looked like just under 500,000. Hairabedian asked for a count and it was exactly then went into the tank.

“Okay it’s yours,” Hairabedian said as he folded A 8 face up.

Hand #110

Erik Seidel was on the button when he opened it up to 40,000. Roger Hairabedian made the call and the dealer flipped over a 2 Q 3 flop. Hairabedian checked and Seidel bet 40,000. Hairabedian called and a 7 was flipped over on the turn. Both players checked and a A completed the board on the river. Another couple of checks and Hairabedian tabled K 5 – king-high enough to win the pot.

Hand #111

Roger Hairabedian limped the button and Erik Seidel checked.

The flop was Q 5 A and Seidel check-folded to a bet of 20,000. 

 

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Erik Seidel watches Roger Hairabedian in the tank

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Big Lead For Hairabedian

Hand #103

Roger Hairabedian called from the button and Erik Seidel raised to 60,000. Hairabedian called and the flop showed 4 6 Q and Seidel bet, Hairabedian called. After unknown action Hairabedian picked up yet another pot. 

Hand #104

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought A 5 9 and Hairabedian checked to Seidel who bet 50,000. The Frenchman called and the turn brought the 7. Hairabedian bet 60,000 and Seidel called.

On the river the K hit and Hairabedian bet 100,000 and Seidel smiled as he looked back at his card. After a while he called and Harirabedian showed T 8 for a flush.

Seidel was knocked down to 500,000 while Hairabedian has around 1.5 million chips.

Hand #105

Roger Hairabedian raised and Erik Seidel called. On the flop Seidel picked up the pot with a bet.

Hand #106

Erik Seidel raised all in and Roger Hairabedian folded.

 

 

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Not Much Heads-Up Action to be Seen

Hand #98

Erik Seidel had the button and raised it up to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian made the call. The flop was 8 9 9 and both players checked. Two more checks on the 5 turn and a 4 completed the board on the river. Hairabedian bet 50,000 on the river and that was enough to see Seidel fold.

Hand #99

Roger Hairabedian limped the button and Erik Seidel checked back. The dealer spread out a A 9 9 flop and both players checked. They also checked the K turn and a 4 completed the board. Seidel led for 50,000 on the river and Hairabedian called and then mucked when Seidel showed an unknown winning hand.

Hand #100

Erik Seidel raised it up to 40,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian three-bet to 145,000 and it was back on Seidel, who made the call.

On the 2 3 7 flop, both players checked and a J hit the turn. Two more checks and a T hit the river. Both players checked and Hairabedian showed 4 2 for a pair of deuces and enough to win the pot.

Hand #101

Roger Hairabedian opened the button to 40,000 and Erik Seidel made the call. The flop was 4 5 K and Seidel check-called  a bet of 50,000. Both players checked the 7 and a K completed the board on the river. This time Seidel led for 100,000 and Hairabedian opted to fold.

Hand #102

Erik Seidel had the button and limped in. Roger Hairabedian checked and the dealer turned over a A A K flop. Both players checked and a 3 hit the turn. Another couple of checks and a K completed the board. Hairabedian had an unspecified higher card than Seidel and took down the pot. 

Hairabedian currently  has a slight chip advantage over Seidel. 

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Hairabedian Takes The Lead

Hand #91

Roger Hairabedian raised from the button to 40,000 and Erik Seidel called. After unknown action Erik Seidel won this small pot.

Hand #92

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brough 4 Q 8 and Hairabedian check-called 40,000. On the turn, the 9, the action was checked and the river brought the 7. Hairabedian bet 40,000 and Seidel called. Hairabedian showed A-8 and took down the pot.

Hand #93

Roger Hairabedian raised to 40,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #94

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought J 4 4 and Hairabedian check-folded to a 40,000-chip bet.

Hand #95

Roger Hairabedian raised to 40,000 and Erik Seidel called. The flop brought 4 J 3 and both players checked. On the turn the A hit and Seidel bet 40,000. Hairabedian folded and Seidel won the pot.

Hand #96

Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought 2 9 K and both players checked. Hariabedian check-called 40,000 on the 8 turn and the river was the 8. Hairabedian bet 50,000 and Seidel called. Hairabedian showed K T and won the pot.

Hand #97

Roger Hairabedian called from the small blind and Erik Seidel picked up the pot with a raise to 65,000.

Seidel now has 918,000 to Hairabedian’s 1,074,000.

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Back and Forth Chips

Hand #86

Roger Hairabedian had the button and raised it up to 32,000. Erik Seidel made the call and a 5 2 9 flop was spread on the felt. Both players checked here and a 3 hit the turn. Another couple of checks and a J completed the board. This time Seidel bet 35,000 and Hairabedian made the call.

At showdown, Seidel showed J T and that was enough to win the pot.

Hand #87

Erik Seidel limped the button and Roger Hairabedian checked. The flop was 7 4 K and both players checked. On the 4 turn, Hairabedian bet 35,000 and took it down.

Hand #88

Roger Hairabedian had the button and opened it up to 32,000. Erik Seidel made the call and the dealer spread out a J 3 5 flop. Seidel quickly led for 35,000 and Hairabedian made a quick call. The turn was a 2 and Seidel checked. This time Hairabedian bet 50,000 and Seidel got out of the way.

Hand #89

Erik Seidel raised to 32,000 from the button. Roger Hairabedian called and a A 5 2 flop hit the felt. Both players checked and then did the same on the 7 turn. On the 6 river, Hairabedian bet 50,000 and Seidel folded his cards.

 

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Heads-Up between Erik Seidel and Roger Hairabedian

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Hairabedian Wins The Bigger Pots

Hand #80

Roger Hairabedian gives Erik Seidel a walk in the big blind.

Hand #81

Erik Seidel raised from the button to 33,000 and Roger Hairabedian three-bet to 116,000. Seidel quickly folded and Hairabedian picked up the pot.

Hand #82

Roger Hairabedian called from the button and Erik Seidel checked. The flop brought 7 8 7 and both players checked. The turn brought the 4 and Seidel bet 35,000, Hairabedian called. The river brought the 4 and Seidel checked. Hairabedian bet 125,000 and Seidel folded giving another pot to the French pro.

Hand #83

Erik Seidel raised to 32,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought K 9 Q and both players checked. The turn brought the 7 and the action was checked again. On the river the 9 popped up and Hairabedian bet 65,000 and Seidel folded.

Hand #84

Roger Hairabedian raised 48,000 and Erik Seidel folded.

Hand #85

Erik Seidel raised to 24,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought 7 K 8 and both players checked. On the turn the K hit and it was checked again.

The river brought the J and again we saw two checks. Seidel bet on the river and took down the pot.

Chip Count update:

Erik Seidel 1,063,000

Roger Hairabedian 919,000

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Not Too Much Action

Hand #76

Roger Hairabedian had the button and raised it up to 37,000. Erik Seidel made the call and the dealer spread out a A 7 8 flop. Both players checked and a 5 hit the turn. Seidel bet 35,000 and Hairabedian made the call.

When the board completed with a 2 on the river, Seidel bet 100,000. On Hairabedian and he eventually raised it up to 375,000 – more than half his stack. Seidel quickly folded and the pot went to Hairabedian.

Hand #77

Erik Seidel opened the button to 35,000 and Roger Hairabedian made the call. On the J A 4 flop, Hairabedian checked and Seidel bet 35,000. Hairabedian got out of the way and the small pot went to Seidel.

Hand #78

Roger Hairabedian limped the button and Erik Seidel raised it up to 50,000. Hairabedian folded and Seidel picked up some chips.

Hand #79

Erik Seidel opened the button to 32,000 and Roger Hairabedian made the call. The two players checked down a A A 4 Q 2 flop and Hairabedian won the pot with K-4. 

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The First Heads Up Hands

Heads-Up for a bracelet
Heads-Up for a bracelet

Hand #70

On the first hand of heads up play Roger Hairabedian raised to 32,000 and Erik Seidel called. The flop brought 2 9 8 and both players checked. On the turn the A hit and again the action was checked. The river was the T and Seidel checked to Hairabedian who bet 35,000. Seidel called and mucked when Hairabedian showed K T.

Hand #71

Erik Seidel raised to 35,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought 6 5 K and Hairabedian checked to Seidel who bet 35,000. Hairabedian tanked for a while but eventually he folded his cards.

Hand #72

Roger Hairabedian called from the button and Erik Seidel checked. The flop brought T K 9 and Seidel checked. Hairabedian bet 16,000 and Seidel called.

The turn brought the 8 and both players checked.

On the river the 7 hit and Seidel checked again. Hairabedian bet 50,000 and Seidel folded.

Hand #73

Erik Seidel folded from the button.

Hand #74

Roger Hairabedian folded from the button.

Hand #75

Erik Seidel raised from the button to 32,000 and Roger Hairabedian called. The flop brought J Q T and both players checked. Seidel bet 35,000 and Hairabedian called on the 5 turn. On the river the 5 hit and Seidel bet 65,000 after his opponent had checked. Hairabedian folded and Seidel got up to around 1.4 million.

Level
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8000/16000
Ante
2000
Average Stack
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Kevin Song Eliminated in 3rd Place (€67,118)

Hand #69

Kevin Song raised to 35,000 from the button and Erik Seidel three-bet to 80,000. Song moved all in after Roger Hairabedian had folded and Seidel snap-called.

Song: 6 6
Seidel: Q Q

The board ran out 4 4 9 T J and Song was knocked out in third place. Song won a WSOP bracelet back in 1997, cashed the $50,000 Poker Players Championship this summer and adds a third place finish here in Paris to his resume. There will be a short break now before the heads up starts.

Heads up chip counts:

Erik Seidel - 1,365,000
Roger Hairabedian - 655,000

 

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Kevin Song - 3rd Place

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Song Left Short

Hand #66

The first hand of the new level (8,000/16,000-2,000) saw Kevin Song with the button and Roger Hairabadian received a walk.

Hand #67

Erik Seidel opened the button to 32,000 and Kevin Song called out of the big blind. The 8 2 A flop was spread on the felt and both players checked. The turn was a 6 and Song led for 25,000. Seidel quickly folded and the pot went to Song.

Hand #68

Roger Hairabadian folded the button and Kevin Song raised it up to 28,000 from the small blind. Erik Seidel called out of the big blind and the dealer turned over a A K 8 flop. Song led for 25,000 and Seidel made the call. The turn was a 7 and this time Song checked. Seidel also checked and the board was completed with an 8. Song reached for chips here and eventually bet 115,000. Seidel contemplated his decision for a couple of minutes and ultimately decided to call.

Seidel had 8 5 and that was enough to send Song’s A 2 into the muck.

Song is now a short stack with just 250,000. 

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Ante
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Seidel Continues to Chip Up

Hand #61

Erik Seidel raised from the button to 24,000 and Roger Hairabedian folded. Kevin Song called and the flop brought out J 2 9. Both players checked.

On the turn the J hit and Song bet 35,000, Seidel called.

The river brought the 3 and Song now bet 105,000 and Seidel leaned over the table while he was contemplating a call. Eventually Seidel folded and Song raked in the pot. Song now sits on 580,000 while Seidel has 817,000 in front of him.

Hand #62

Roger Hairabedian raised to 25,000 from the button and Kevin Song folded. Erik Seidel three-bet from the big blind to 67,000 and Hairabedian folded 

Hand #63

Erik Seidel limped from the small blind and Roger Hairabedian checked from the big blind. The flop brought Q 2 8 and Hairabedian check-called the 20,000-chip bet.

On the turn the 4 hit and this time Seidel check-folded to the 45,000-chip bet.

Hand #64

Erik Seidel raised to 24,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian picked up the pot with a three-bet from the small blind.

Hand #65

Kevin Song raised to 25,000 from the small blind and Erik Seidel called. The flop brought Q 4 6 and Song bet 35,000. Seidel called the bet and the turn brought the 6. This time Song decided to check and Seidel bet 75,000.

Song tanked for a while but eventually he made the call. The river brought the 7 and Song checked again. Seidel bet 100,000 and Song was faced with a big decision. Song eventually folded his cards and Seidel is now up to 942,000. Song has 408,000 chips.

Level
21
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6000/12000
Ante
2000
Average Stack
674,000
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River Justice for Seidel

Hand #57

The first pot of three-handed action saw Kevin Song open the button and both Erik Seidel and Roger Hairabedian came along for the ride. The dealer spread out a 5 3 7 flop, Seidel checked and Hairabedian led for 35,000. Both his opponents folded and the pot went to Hairabedian.

Hand #58

Erik Seidel folded the button and Roger Hairabedian limped the small blind. When Kevin Song checked the big blind, the dealer flipped over a 7 8 K flop and both players checked. The J turn would see Hairabedian check-call a bet of 55,000. The river was a 5 and Hairabedian again checked. This time Song bet 80,000 and Hairabedian went into the tank before eventually folding.

Hand #59

Roger Hairabedian had the button and raised it up to 30,000. Kevin Song folded the small blind and Erik Seidel three-bet to 75,000 from the big blind. Hairabedian didn’t like the look of that as he sent his cards into the muck.

Hand #60

Erik Seidel raised it up to 30,000 from the small blind and Roger Hairabedian three-bet to 75,000. Back on Seidel and he moved all in for 436,000. Hairabedian made the call and Seidel was at risk!

Seidel: 6 6
Hairabedian: A Q

The board ran out A 8 J T

River: 6

And just like that Seidel had got back a huge portion of the chips that he lost to Hairabadian earlier. 

Seidel is the chip leader once more!

 

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Erik Seidel finds the river he was looking for

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Matan Krakow Eliminated in 4th Place (€49,784)

Hand #55

Kevin Song raised from the small blind to 26,000 and Matan Krakow called from the big blind. The flop brought 3 8 2 and Song bet 35,000. Krakow raised it up to 75,000 and now Song went into the tank. After thinking for a while Song three-bet to 140,000 and Krakow folded immediately.

Song is now up to 484,000 while Krakow has just 179,000 left.

Hand #56

Roger Hairabedian raised to 30,000 and Kevin Song folded his button. Matan Krakow moved all in from the small blind and Erik Seidel folded. Krakow was all in for a total of 179,000 chips and Hairabedian called after tanking for almost a minute.

Krakow 7 7
Hairabedian: A T 

The board ran out 9 2 K T 3 and Krakow was knocked out in fourth place. Krakow finished fourth in a WSOPE event in 2011, third in 2012 and this year he adds a fourth place finish to his impressive list of results.

 

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Matan Krakow - 4th Place

Level
21
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6000/12000
Ante
2000
Average Stack
674,000
Players Left
3
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1
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Hairabedian Takes Seidel's Chips

Hand #53

Erik Seidel limped the small blind and Roger Hairabedian checked the big blind. On the 6 T 5 flop, both players checked. The 6 turn would see Seidel lead for 15,000 and Hairabedian call. The board completed with a 7 and Seidel again led, this time for 25,000. Hairabedian thought for quite a while before flicking his cards into the muck.

Hand #54

Erik Seidel had the button and raised it up to 24,000. Roger Hairabedian three-bet to 61,000 from the small blind and Kevin Song quickly folded the big blind. Back on Seidel and he made the call.

A J 9 8 flop was dealt on the felt and Hairabedian didn’t take long to bet 100,000. Seidel fiddled with his chips for a while, looked at his cards again and then made the call. The turn was a Q and this time Hairabedian checked. After some time Seidel bet 175,000 and Hairabedian made a fairly quick call. A huge pot brewing!

The board completed with a K and both players checked. At showdown, Hairabedian tabled 9 9 for a flopped set and a rivered flush, while Seidel’s cards went into the muck.

Hairabedian is now far and away the chip leader with more than 900,000 in chips. 

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1
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25/25
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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1
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Double Up For Krakow

Hand #50

Matan Krakow moved all in from the cutoff and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #51

Roger Hairabedian raised to 35,000 from the button and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #52

Kevin Song raised from the button to 25,000 and Matan Krakow raised all in from the small blind. Song hesitated calling the additional 108,000 chips but eventually he did.

Krakow: 6 6

Song: K 9

The board ran out A 8 7 8 8 and Krakow received another double up. “Eight-eight-eight,” Jackie Glazier said from the rail as Krakow had indeed doubled up with the numbers of his sponsor showing. Song was left behind with 391,000 chips.

 

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Krakow takes Song's chips

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21
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6000/12000
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2000
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First Hands Back from Break

Hand #46

The first hand back from the break saw Erik Seidel with the button. Matan Krakow opened to 24,000 from under the gun and Kevin Song was the lone called out of the big blind.

The dealer spread out a 7 9 J flop and both players checked. The turn was a K and this time when Song checked, Krakow bet 32,000. Song looked as his cards again and eventually made the call.

The board completed with an 8 on the river and both players checked. At showdown, Song tabled K 5 and Krakow’s cards went into the muck.

Hand #47

Folded to Kevin Song in the small blind and he put in the extra chips to call. Matan Krakow moved all in from the big blind and Song quickly folded.

Hand #48

Kevin Song had the button and opened it up to 25,000. Erik Seidel called out of the big blind and a 3 A 6 flop hit the felt. Both players checked and a 3 was dealt on the turn. Both players again checked and a 4 completed the board. Seidel led for 25,000 here and took down the small pot.

Hand #49

Matan Krakow had the button and raised it up to 24,000. Erik Seidel folded the small blind and Roger Hairabedian three-bet to 66,000. Krakow let his cards go and the pot went to Hairabedian. 

Level
21
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6000/12000
Ante
2000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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1
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Back in Action

The cards are back in the air for the 21st level of play.

Level
21
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6000/12000
Ante
2000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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1
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Chips at the Break

Here is how the players are looking a the break. 

Erik Seidel - 742,000
Roger Hairabadian - 557,000
Kevin Song - 524,000
Matan Krakow - 199,000

Level
20
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5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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1
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Hairabedian Takes The Last One Before The Break

Hand #40

Roger Hairabedian raised to 20,000 and Kevin Song three-bet to 55,000 from the button. Hairabedian pulled out another angry stare and folded.

Hand #41

Kevin Song raised to 20,000 and all players folded.

Hand #42

Roger Hairabedian called from the small blind and Kevin Song checked from the big. The flop brought 6 4 9 and Hairabedian bet 15,000, Song folded.

Hand #43

Kevin Song raised from the small blind to 35,000 and Matan Krakow folded his big blind.

Hand #44

Kevin Song raised to 20,000 from the button and Erik Seidel three-bet to 53,000 from the big blind. Song paused for ten seconds before folding his cards.

Hand #45

Erik Seidel raised to 25,000 from the small blind and Roger Hairabedian called from the big blind. The flop brought J 6 5 and Seidel bet 30,000. Hairabedian made the call and the turn brought the K.

Seidel looked back down at his cards before betting 55,000 and Hairabedian paused for a while before putting in raise to 120,000 and Seidel folded immediately.

The players are now on a 20-minute break.

Level
20
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5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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Song and Roger Get Busy

Hand #36

Roger Hairabedian opened it up to 23,000 and Matan Krakow promptly moved all in from the small blind. Hairabedian got out of the way and Krakow picked up some chips.

Hand #37

Kevin Song opened it up to 20,000 and only Roger Hairabedian called out of the big blind. Both players checked the T 7 3 flop and an 8 hit the turn. Hairabedian led for 20,000 here and Song called.

The board completed with a 6 and Hairabedian took some time before piling out a bet of 60,000. Song leaned back in his seat and took a good look at his stack before making the call. Hairabedian tabled A 9 here and scooped up the pot.

Hand #38

Roger Hairabedian limped the small blind and Kevin Song checked in the big blind. On the 9 6 8 flop, Hairabedian bet 15,000 and Song called. Both players checked the 2 turn and a 6 completed the board on the river. Both players checked and Hairabedian picked up the pot with an unknown holding.

Hand #39

Kevin Song called from small blind and Matan Krakow checked the big blind. On the 8 K 2 flop, Song led for 10,000 and Krakow called. The turn was an 8 and Song tapped the table. Krakow also checked and the river was a 9. This time Song led for 30,000 and Krakow made the call. Song’s Q-8 to take it down

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Roger Hairabedian and Kevin Song battle it out

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20
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5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
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Lucky Double Up For Song

Hand #35

Erik Seidel raised to 20,000 from the cutoff and Roger Hairabedian three-bet to 55,000 from the button. Kevin Song was next to act and put in a cold four-bet to 150,000. Krakow folded and Seidel did so as well but with a sigh.

Hairabedian tanked for a very long time and moved all in, Song called off his remaining 105,000 chips.

Hairabedian: A K

Song: 7 8

The board ran out 5 3 6 6 8 and a sweet river for Song kept him alive in this event. Hairabedian still has 265,000 chips left left.

Level
20
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5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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Krakow Gets His Chips Back

Hand #33

Roger Hairabedian and Matan Krakow took to a 3 3 7 flop, which they both checked

The turn was a 2 and both players again checked. On the 9 river, Hariabedian led for 35,000 and Krakow tanked before making the call. At showdown, Hairbedian had enough to win with Ace-Deuce

Hand #34

Matan Krakow was under the gun when he got all his chips in preflop against Kevin Song, from the big blind. Krakow was at-risk for around 140,000

Krakow’s A 8 was well behind Song’s A K, but the T A Q 7 8 board meant that he had found the double up and won back the chips he recently lost to Song. 

When the eight hit on the river, Song couldn't believe it. 

 

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Kevin Song can't believe the river

Level
20
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5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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Double Up For Song

Hand #30

Erik Seidel raised to 20,000 from the button and Roger Hairabedian called from the small blind. Kevin Song called from the big blind and three players went to the flop.

The flop brought 4 9 Q and Hairabedian checked to Song who bet 40,000 and both Seidel and Hairabedian folded quickly.

Hand #31

Roger Hairabedian raised to 22,000 from the button and Kevin Song three-bet to 58,000. Hairabedian gave it some thought and folded his cards giving another pot to Song.

Hand #32

Kevin Song raised from the button to 21,000 and Matan Krakow three-bet to 57,000 from the small blind. Song moved all in and Krakow called immediately.

Song: Q Q
Krakow: K Q

The board ran out 9 5 2 3 5 and Song doubled up his 165,000-chip stack. Krakow was left with 200,000 chips.

Level
20
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5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
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4
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Erwann Pecheux Eliminated in 5th Place (€37,502)

Erwann Pecheux - 5th Place
Erwann Pecheux - 5th Place

Hand #26

Kevin Song received a walk.

Hand #27

Roger Hairabedian opened it up to 25,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #28

Kevin Song opened it up to 21,000 from the button. Matan Krakow got out of his seat to look at Song’s stack before three-betting to 48,000. Song counted out his stack before opting to let his hand go.

Hand #29

Erwann Pecheux shoved his short stack all in from the hijack. Roger Hairabedian quickly called out of the big blind and with that, Pecheux was at risk.

Unfortunately Pecheux had ran his J J into the Hairabedian’s Q Q.

The board ran out 7 A 6 7 T and Pecheux was sent home in 5th place.

Then there were four!

 

Level
20
Blinds
5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
505,500
Players Left
4
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Hairabedian Takes Some From Krakow

Blinds up: 5,000/10,000 with a 1,000 ante

Hand #22

Erwann Pecheux moved all in from the button and both blinds folded.

Hand #23

Erik Seidel called from the small blind and Roger Hairabedian checked his option in the big. The flop brought T 6 3 and Seidel check-called 18,000. On the turn the 5 hit and both players checked. Seidel fired 20,000 on the river ,which was called immediately by Hariabedian who won the pot with T 8

Hand #24

Matan Krakow raised from the button to 20,000 and Roger Hairabedian called from the big blind. The flop brought 5 3 5 and Hairabedian checked to Krakow who bet 22,000. Hairabedian raised to 55,000 and Krakow made the call.

On the turn the 6 hit and Hairabedian tanked for a long time before deciding to check. Krakow checked behind and on a unknown river card Hairabedian bet 80,000. Krakow did not waste any time and called.

Hairabedian showed the winning hand that was not shown to us as he raked in another pot.

Hand #25

Erik Seidel raised to 20,000 and Erwann Pecheux three-bet all in. Seidel quickly folded and Pecheux picked up another pot.

Level
20
Blinds
5000/10000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
404,400
Players Left
5
Tables Left
1
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More Chips for Krakow

Hand #16

The first hand of five-handed play saw Roger Hairabedian open to 17,000 and pick up the blinds and antes.

Hand #17

Roger Hairabedian opened it up again, this time to 18,000. He received no action and picked up more blinds and antes.

Hand #18

Kevin Song opened it up to 17,000 from the button. Matan Krakow three-bet to 45,000 from the small blind and Song let his cards go.

Hand #19

Roger Hairabedian received a walk.

Hand #20

Kevin Song was first to act and opened it up to 17,000. Erik Seidel called from the button and so too did Roger Hairabedian from the small blind.

The dealer flipped over a 9 4 A flop and Hairabedian checked before Kevin Song bet 27,000. Seidel opted to raise it up here, making it 60,000. Hairabedian quickly folded and it was on Song, who went into the tank. Eventually he folded.

Hand #21

Matan Krakow was first to act and raised it up to 16,000. Folded around to Kevin Song in the big blind and he made the call. On the 5 3 6 flop, Krakow led for 16,000 and Song raised it up to 35,000. Krakow made the call and a J hit the turn. Krakow checked here and Song bet 57,000. Krakow slid out a call and a 8 completed the board on the river. Both players checked here and with an unknown holding, Krakow won the pot. 

Level
19
Blinds
4000/8000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
404,400
Players Left
5
Tables Left
1
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Mike Watson Eliminated in 6th Place (€28,683)

Hand #14

The hand after Max Greenwood was knocked out Kevin Song raised to 16,000 from early position. Roger Hairabedian called from the button and the flop brought J 5 T.

Song checked to Hairabedian who bet 17,000 and Song went into the tank before check-raising to 36,000. That was enough to take down the pot and Song chipped up to 474,000.

Hand #15

Erik Seidel raised to 16,000 from the cutoff and Mike Watson three-bet all in from the small blind for 132,000. Seidel quickly made the call and the showdown went as following.

Watson: A K
Seidel: 7 7

The board ran out 3 5 J 8 8 and Watson was knocked out. Seidel is now up to 811,000 chips with just five players remaining.

 

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Mike Watson - 6th Place

Level
19
Blinds
4000/8000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
404,400
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5
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Max Greenwood Eliminated in 7th Place (€22,258)

Hand #11

Kevin Song had the button and he opened it up to 17,000. Erik Seidel called out of the bug blind and a A 8 Q flop was dealt on the felt. Both players checked and a T hit the turn. Seidel led for 24,000 here and Song took his time before raising it up to 59,000. Seidel made the call and the board completed with a 9.

This time Seidel checked and Song did the same. Song picked up the pot with K J, while Seidel held A 5.

Hand #12

The action folded around to Matan Krakow on the button and he raised it up to 17,000. Erik Seidel called out of the small blind and it was on Roger Hairabedian in the big blind. Eventually he too made the call and the dealer flipped over a 7 T 8 flop. Seidel and Hariabedian quickly checked, while Krakow bet 25,000. Seidel folded and Haribaedian made the call.

The turn was a A and Hariabedian once again tapped the table. Krakow bet 50,000 here and scooped up yet another pot.

Hand #13

Folded to Erik Seidel on the button and he would raise it up to 16,000. Max Greenwood was in the big blind and moved all in for 122,000 – the second time he had done so to Seidel.

Seidel made the call and Greenwood was at risk!

Seidel: A 5
Greenwood: K 9

The board ran out J 4 6 A K and just like that Seidel had the best hand and Greenwood was eliminated in 7th place.

“One of these days!” Greenwood said as he exited the tournament area. 

 

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Max Greenwood - 7th Place

Level
19
Blinds
4000/8000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
337,000
Players Left
6
Tables Left
1
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Krakow Chips Up

Hand #6

The button was on Erik seidel and the action quickly folded around to Kevin Song who raised to 17,000. Matan Krakow, on his immediate left, went into the tank for quite some time before three-betting to 37,000.

The other players quickly folded and Song let go of his hand as well. Krakow picked up another pot and is up to 268,000 chips 

Hand #7

With the button on Roger Hairabedian it was Matan Krakow who opened up the action with a raise to 16,000. Hairabedian called and both blinds folded.

The flop brought 9 5 8 and Krakow immediately asked how much Hairabedian started the hand with. Krakow went into the tank eventually checked.

Hairabedian bet 15,000 and Krakow double-checked his cards before check-raising to 40,000. Hairabedian followed with the call and on the turn the 6 hit.

Krakow bet 52,000 on the turn and Hairabedian paused, but eventually he folded his cards.

Krakow won another hand and climbed up to 355,000 while Hairabedian has 210,000 left. 

Hand #8

Kevin Song raised under the gun to 17,000 and Erwann Pecheux raised all in from the big blind. Song gave it some thought but eventually he decided to lay his hand down.

Hand #9

Roger Hairabedian raised to 17,000 and Kevin Song called from the big blind. The flop brought T 9 Q and Song lead out for 20,000, Hairabedian called. On the turn the 4 hit and both players checked.

The river brought the 2 and Song checked to Hairabedian who paused

Song showed two sevens and mucked when his opponent turned over A T.

Hand #10

Roger Hairabedian raised to 18,000 and all players quickly folded giving the Frenchman another pot. Hairabedian is now up to 312,000 chips.

 

Level
19
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4000/8000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
288,858
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One Flop in the First Five

Hand #1

Max Greenwood started the first hand of the day with the button. Roger Hairabedian opened to 17,000 from the cutoff and picked up the blinds and antes!

Hand #2

The action folded around to Mike Watson on the button and he raised it up to 17,000. He received no action and therefor picked up the blinds and antes.

Hand #3

Erik Seidel was under the gun when he opened it up to 16,000. Folded to Max Greenwood a couple of spots to Seidel’s left and he moved all in for 109,000. The play was back on Seidel and he thought for quite some time before making what looked like a painful fold.

Hand #4

The action folded to Matan Krakow in the small blind and he would raise it up to 20,000. Erik Seidel was in the big blind and made the call.

The first flop of the day was A A K and Krakow would lead out for 20,000. Seidel made the call and a 3 was dealt on the turn. Krakow counted out his chips before making it 42,000. Seidel let his cards go and the pot went to Krakow.

Hand #5

Folded to Erik Seidel in the small blind and he raised it up to 23,000. Roger Hairabedian was in the big blind and three-bet to what looked like 80,000. Seidel quickly folded and that was that. 

Level
19
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4000/8000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
288,858
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Cards in the Air, Final Table is Go

The seven remaining players at the final table have been introduced and the cards are in the air!

We are commencing from Level 19, with blinds at 4,000/8,000 and a 1,000 ante.

 

Level
19
Blinds
4000/8000
Ante
1000
Average Stack
288,858
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Fifth WSOPE Bracelet of 2013 to be Awarded

Erik Seidel looking for number nine
Erik Seidel looking for number nine

So far four prestigious gold bracelets have been awarded at the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe. By the end of today, the fifth will be awarded.

There was meant to be eight players at the final table of Event 5: €2,200 NLHE but two late eliminations last night meant that just seven remain in contention for the bracelet and the €148,820 first-place prize.

Check out how they lineup below:

 

Seat 1: Mike Watson - 156,000
Seat 2: Erwann Pecheux - 130,000
Seat 3: Kevin Song - 442,000
Seat 4: Matan Krakow - 204,000
Seat 5: Erik Seidel - 711,000
Seat 6: Roger Hairabedian - 267,000
Seat 7: Max Greenwood - 113,000

 

One of the only things missing from the poker resume of Canada’s Mike Watson is a WSOP gold bracelet. He has more than US$6 million in tournament winnings, is Canada’s 4th All-Time Money earner and has also had much success in online poker as “SirWatts”.

Hailing from Paris, Erwann Pecheux has cashed in dozens of poker tournaments over the last couple of years, but any finish 3rd and above today will become his largest result to date. His best score was in April of this year when he finish 2nd in WPT National Cannes Main Event for €53,000.

US based Kevin Song has a decorated poker career spanning many decades in which he has accumulated just under US$3.5 million in tournament results. Back in 1997 Song won his first WSOP bracelet in a $2,000 NLHE event and will be looking to make it number two today.

Israel’s Martin Krakow has now made a WSOP Europe final table in each of the last three years. In 2011, he finished 4th in a  €2,500 Six-Max and last year he placed 3rd in the same event. It’s not six-max this time, but he does have another chance to win the gold.

Erik Seidel is one of just a few players in the poker world who truly doesn’t need an introduction, but we will give him one anyway. Eight bracelets. 80 WSOP cashes. $18 million plus in career winnings. Rounders. Winning the bracelet here will tie him on nine bracelets, an honour he will share with the great Johnny Moss and a kid named Phil Ivey. Has a huge chip lead at this final table too.

Roger Hairabedian has won a WSOP gold bracelet in Europe before. He took down the €5,000 Pot Limit Omaha event at the 2012 WSOPE. He has also accumulated more than US$4 million in results over a career spanning many years.

Canada’s Max Greenwood secured his first WSOP bracelet in 2008 when he took down US$693,392 for winning a US$1,000 NLHE event. Since then Greenwood has several solid results, but has yet to manage another big score. That could change today.

 

The action of the next WSOP Europe final table is set to kick off at 1.00pm and PokerListings will once again be here providing hand-for-hand live coverage, while a video stream on a 30-minute delay can be found here.

 

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Who will win the next gold bracelet?

Level
18
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3000/6000
Ante
500
Average Stack
288,858
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Event Name Event 5 - €2,200 No-Limit Hold'em
Venue Casino Barrière d'Enghien-les-Bains
Date 16 October 2013
Final Day 18 October 2013
Buy In €2,200
Entrants 337
Prize Pool €647,040
First Prize €148,820
Level Ante Blinds
Level 1 0 25/25
Level 2 0 25/50
Level 3 0 50/100
Level 4 0 75/150
Level 5 0 100/200
Level 6 25 100/200
Level 7 25 150/300
Level 8 50 200/400
Level 9 75 300/600
Level 10 100 400/800
Level 11 100 500/1000
Level 12 200 600/1200
Level 13 200 800/1600
Level 14 300 1000/2000
Level 15 400 1200/2400
Level 16 500 1500/3000
Level 17 500 2000/4000
Level 18 500 3000/6000
Level 19 1000 4000/8000
Level 20 1000 5000/10000
Level 21 2000 6000/12000
Level 22 2000 8000/16000
Level 23 3000 10000/20000
Level 24 4000 12000/24000
Level 25 5000 15000/30000
Level 26 5000 20000/40000
Level 27 5000 25000/50000
Level 28 10000 30000/60000
Level 29 10000 40000/80000
Level 30 10000 50000/100000
Roger Hairabedian

Roger Hairabedian
wins
€148,820

Event 5 - €2,200 No-Limit Hold'em

Top Money Finishers Prize
1. Roger Hairabedian €148,820
2. Erik Seidel €92,003
3. Kevin Song €67,118
4. Matan Krakow €49,784
5. Erwann Pecheux €37,502
6. Mike Watson €28,683
7. Max Greenwood €22,258
8. Ariel Silveira €17,521
9. Arnaud Peyroles €13,989
10. Pierre Morin €11,317