| 18+ | Play Responsibly | T&C Apply

2022 partypoker Championship Czech Republic Final

2022 partypoker Championship Czech Republic Final


Arian Kashi Wins the partypoker Championship Czech Main Event (€100,000) 16.08.2022 03:0 by Jason Glatzer
Arian Kashi Wins 2022 PPC Czech Main Event
Arian Kashi Wins 2022 PPC Czech Main Event

After nearly 12 hours of play on the final day, Denmark’s Arian Kashi defeated local Czech player Pavel Stribrny heads-up to win the 2022 partypoker Championship (PPC) €330 Main Event for a massive prize of €100,000.

There couldn’t have been a more excited champion than Kashi who screamed while posing for photos “I’m a champ!” loud enough for everyone at King’s Resort to hear.

It wasn’t all smooth sailing for Kashi. Despite coming into the final day in second place among the 29 remaining contenders, he was in last place with eight players to go. He was able to snag the lead temporarily but it wasn’t until heads-up play that he was able to seal the deal.

“It was a hard day,” Kashi said after his victory. “It was a fight and I’m thrilled to win.”

The PPC Czech Main Event awarded Day 1a seats to the WSOP Europe Main Event valued at €10,350 as part of the prize to the final six winners. Kashi has big plans for that as well.

“I’m going to win that as well,” Kashi shared about the WSOP Europe Main Event.

Players often after hoisting the trophy fail to show excitement and are ready for bed, this wasn’t the case for Kashi who was seen after the victory prancing around the casino and the buffet with his well-earned trophy in hand. He plans to continue to celebrate with his very supportive rail who were rooting him on from the beginning of the day until the end.

“I’m probably going to go to Prague with my friends and have a party,” Kashi shared with a huge smile.

The Main Event itself was a huge success story with 2,261 entries generating a huge €644,385 prize pool to smash the €500,000 guarantee. The 341 entries that bagged up from the eight live opening flights at King’s Resort and three online opening flights at partypoker each cashed for €600 with the prizes increasing in a huge way from there.

2022 PPC Czech Main Event Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Arian KashiDenmark€100,000
2Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic€64,000
3Sebastian LenzGermany€43,000
4Ralf StamNetherlands€35,700
5Antonino KarmanHungary€29,500
6Raul SavRomania€25,000
7Jakub KotasCzech Republic€11,250
8Witali ReinboldGermany€8,350
9Christophe CosenzaFrance€6,650

*Top six prizes include a ticket to Day 1a of the WSOP Europe Main Event valued at €10,350.

Final Day Action

The final day began with 29 hopefuls in the hunt for the title with “Matze P” kicking off the action with the chip lead closely followed by Kashi. “Matze P” was unable to make the final table which began after Walter Van Camberg was unable to win a flip with big slick against tens. Similar to the start of the day, Kashi began the final table second in chips only behind Witali Reinbold.

Reinbold had the early momentum at the final table when his jacks held against the ace-queen held by Christophe Cosenza while Kashi already lost a big pot and was in last place to start a marathon with eight players remaining. Kashi got back into things by doubling through Reindbold when his big slick was good against ace-queen and soon after Kashi temporarily took his first lead at the final table. Hours later, Reinbold went hero to zero and hit the rail when his ace-nine proved to be no good against Stribrny’s ace-jack.

Stribrny extended his lead to hold double the chips of his nearest competitor when his tens dominated fours to send Jakub Kotas to the showers in seventh place. Shortly after, Kashi took his second lead at the final table after doubling through Antonino Karman with his ace-jack holding against king-seven.

Sebastian Lenz then ousted Raul Sav in sixth place after his cowboys held against ace-queen. Stribrny then resumed his roll at the table terminator by eliminated both Ralf Stam and Karman to hold more than half the chips in play with three players remaining.

The chip lead went back and forth between Stribrny and Lenz during three handed action but eventually Lenz found himself as the short stack. Shortly after, Kashi sent Lenz packing with his ace-jack dominating his opponent’s jack-ten.

Stribrny began heads-up play with a marginal chip lead against Kashi. However, all momentum was with Kashi who not only took the chip lead but had a nearly 5:1 chip advantage when the final hand took place.

Stribny jammed for 14 big blinds with eights and was called by Kashi with ten-nine suited. Kashi won the flip to win the tournament when his hand improved to a flush.

Congrats to Arian Kashi for an epic win and a massive €100,000 prize for just a €330 buy-in.

150822_Main_Final_Day_MickeyMay_166115-780x520
Arian Kashi & Pavel Stribrny

partypoker MILLIONS UK Up Next

If you missed out on the excitement at King’s Resort, rest assured that an even bigger event is coming up later in the year in the partypoker MILLIONS UK festival, which will feature a £3,300 Main Event at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham, England.

partypoker is already running satellites and feeder tournaments starting at just £0.01. So there is no better time to start your path to becoming the next big champion at a partypoker event.

2022 PPC Czech Full Payouts 16.08.2022 02:0 by Jason Glatzer

Here is a look at the full payouts of the PPC Czech Main Event. The top six places also include a Day 1a ticket to the WSOP Europe €10,350 Main Event.

PlacePlayerPrize
1Arian Kashi€ 100,000
2Pavel Stribrny€ 64,000
3Sebastian Lenz€ 43,000
4Ralf Stam€ 35,700
5Antonino Karman€ 29,500
6Raul Sav€ 25,000
7Jakub Kotas€ 11,250
8Witali Reinbold€ 8,350
9Christophe Cosenza€ 6,650
10Walter Van Camberg€ 5,590
11Armand Muratoglu€ 5,590
12Amit Chazan € 5,000
13Maximillian Bauer€ 5,000
14Matze P€ 4,450
15Mr. Savu€ 4,450
16Clement Cure€ 3,900
17Majed Adel€ 3,900
18David Vesely€ 3,350
19Mini€ 3,350
20Riccardo Campana€ 3,350
21Maradona Abaz€ 2,800
22Johann Glanz€ 2,800
23Lukas Konecky€ 2,800
24Vittori Londoni€ 2,300
25George Sandford€ 2,300
26Matej Michalek€ 2,300
27Lubos Wendl€ 2,300
28Binak Sinanaj€ 1,950
29Jan€ 1,950
30Kooresh Shafaatian€ 1,950
31Radek Castka€ 1,950
32Jacques Ohayon€ 1,950
33Sebaciej Langroszuk€ 1,950
34Pasquale Vinci€ 1,950
35Heiko Gumtow€ 1,950
36Damian Marcin Kucharski€ 1,650
37lakyluk17€ 1,650
38Vito Misuraca€ 1,650
39Jiri Havlena€ 1,650
40Musa Taspinar€ 1,650
41big poppa€ 1,650
42Shrek€ 1,650
43Ferrari€ 1,650
44Simone Somaschini€ 1,650
45Ilija Savevski€ 1,350
46Michael Zauner€ 1,350
47Dean Kolundzic€ 1,350
48Roland Panny€ 1,350
49Hamoun Habibi€ 1,350
50Andrej Desset€ 1,350
51Dimitrios€ 1,350
52Marco18€ 1,350
53Erich Felder€ 1,350
54Mark Mueller€ 1,075
55Michal Koniuszkiewicz€ 1,075
56Selcuk Özgöc€ 1,075
57Daniel Menger€ 1,075
58Stanislav Boch€ 1,075
59Heaton Kyle Van€ 1,075
60Karel Pecinka€ 1,075
61Ion Cristian Manea€ 1,075
62August Schlegl€ 1,075
63Feyzullah Okan Karaarslan€ 1,075
64Sepehr Hajbabaei€ 1,075
65Thao Nguyen Hong€ 1,075
66Jakub Zima€ 1,075
67Walter Schwarzinger€ 1,075
68Korosh Nuri€ 1,075
69Hueseyin Oezbalci€ 1,075
70Phitchathorn Gosselin€ 1,075
71Franjo Vrbic€ 1,075
72Thomas Barna€ 915
73Mateusz Kozuch€ 915
74Martin Vaclavik€ 915
75Daniel Ebersold€ 915
76Martin Fraško€ 915
77Shmuel Michael€ 915
78Rene Moor€ 915
79Elios Gualdi€ 915
80Robert Obrtlik€ 915
81Mihail Casian€ 915
82Andre Burger€ 915
83Malik Nouri€ 915
84Robin Wasserbauer€ 915
85Darko Percic€ 915
86Torsten Alexander Pischl€ 915
87Anthony Benja Mahaut€ 915
88Wladimir Majer€ 915
89Johan Wisselo€ 915
90Robin Maurice E Cornet€ 915
91Igor Kubarev€ 915
92Stone Wall Jackson€ 915
93Farid Taazist€ 915
94Jakub Oliva€ 915
95David Savocka€ 915
96David Haralik€ 915
97Pirali Birinci€ 915
98Josef Gulas€ 915
99Didier  Guy Naegely€ 825
100Tunjo Martinovic€ 825
101Francesco Senna€ 825
102APO€ 825
103PASCAL€ 825
104Tomas Kolarik€ 825
105Persia€ 825
106Mirco Reinhard Hauswirth€ 825
107Tomas Hajek€ 825
108Rene Heinricher€ 825
109Alexa Heimbach Genannt Goethe€ 825
110Hector Fortea Grangel€ 825
111Daniel Koloszar€ 825
112Yuriy Godlevskiy€ 825
113HUGO€ 825
114Luca Boniforti€ 825
115Stefan Scherrer€ 825
116Vladimir Valent€ 825
117Fabio Saraceni€ 825
118David Berdis€ 825
119Harald Ebert€ 825
120Michael Langwald€ 825
121Alexey Mishuk€ 825
122Jan Bednar€ 825
123Marek Blasko€ 825
124Dirk Schumacher€ 825
125Maurizio Giuliana€ 825
126Gregor Artur Ceglarek€ 825
127CHRIS07€ 825
128Vikesh Rohit Shah€ 825
129Yves Robert Thalmann€ 825
130Joel Henri Kristian Vuolevi€ 825
131Sergio Regalbuto€ 825
132Tommaso Liberio€ 825
133Mihai Ciprian Hanu€ 825
134Maurizio Giuseppe Nobili€ 825
135Josef Norbert Stich€ 750
136Rene Josef Vonwald€ 750
137Michael Martin Church€ 750
138Damian Wojciech Krasny€ 750
139Svajunas Seduikis€ 750
140Lubos Svetlik€ 750
141Marvin Felix Zietlow€ 750
142Maciej Ludwik Kondraszuk€ 750
143Billy5911€ 750
144Stephan Sieber€ 750
145Jonas Rothmund€ 750
146Mr. XXX€ 750
147SUPERMARIO€ 750
148Renato Hysenbelli€ 750
149Corc Ercin€ 750
150Olaf€ 750
151Alexander Ewert€ 750
152Janina Ann Christin Buerger€ 750
153Elie Charles Ben Soussan€ 750
154UA Game€ 750
155Thomas Samuelsen Harnes€ 750
156Jerome Alexis Martin€ 750
157Al Hassane Iatarne€ 750
158Christophe Paredis€ 750
159MusKa€ 750
160MALITO€ 750
161Thomas Kessler€ 750
162JONNY TAPIA€ 750
163Jona Wilmsmann€ 750
164Georgios Theodosiadis€ 750
165Roland Ernst Reuter€ 750
166Paul Adrian Covaciu€ 750
167Paulo Falcao€ 750
168Twiceasnice€ 750
169Nikolaus Grubmayr€ 750
170Alfred Holzer€ 750
171Tomas Kocib€ 750
172Rainer Emde€ 750
173Fabrice Claude Somers€ 750
174Adriano Bianco€ 750
175Murat Yilmaz€ 750
176Nico Schoenfelder€ 750
177Ilya Rogov€ 750
178Thomas Joseph Eugene Jacob€ 750
179Benjamin Gips€ 750
180John Farrell€ 750
181Marjan Stanislaw Zmarlak€ 750
182Bastian Philipp Rebscher€ 750
183Danny Ehrenberger€ 750
184Marian Cmor€ 750
185Martin Scharfetter€ 750
186Adrian Carlo Duldner€ 750
187Marek Tatar€ 750
188NIMABGAN€ 750
189Eugeniu Barbaros€ 750
190Helmut Krapp€ 750
191Ondrej Drozd€ 750
192Johnny Makdesi€ 750
193Milos Dzakic€ 750
194Gunnar Arnason€ 750
195David Baloun€ 750
196Bountydaddy€ 750
197Thomas Schoen€ 750
198Michal Koblizek€ 675
199Eugen Kasprov€ 675
200Sebastian Andrzej Marzec€ 675
201Constantin Freiherr Von Hammerstein€ 675
202Thomas Georg Beer€ 675
203ONKEL OTTO€ 675
204Moustafa El Ajjouri€ 675
205Liong€ 675
206Peter Altherr€ 675
207Marvin Hake€ 675
208Lucky Seven€ 675
209Nagib Raji€ 675
210Lars Helmut Bucher€ 675
211Nico Adomeit€ 675
212PAPALEA€ 675
213Hugo69€ 675
214Laurent Nicol Soulas€ 675
215Yunghill€ 675
216Rafael Alfred Ugarte Falcones€ 675
217Jens Taubert€ 675
218Janja€ 675
219Huricane€ 675
220Ivan Drago€ 675
221Teodor Popovic€ 675
222Sven Beier€ 675
223Duplo€ 675
224Zsolt Coraian€ 675
225Thomas Theurer€ 675
226Slavisa Radosavljevic€ 675
227Robert Tumielewicz€ 675
228Kasim Oz€ 675
229Kakhi Mrelashvili€ 675
230John McClane€ 675
231Szymon Patryk Politowski€ 675
232KALKO€ 675
233Tomas Lestina€ 675
234Nadir Riccardi€ 675
235Georgios Kiziridis€ 675
236Jan Krnac€ 675
237Lucas Curot€ 675
238Buelent Evis€ 675
239Siegfried Frank Berger€ 675
240Alexander Daniil Proca€ 675
241Sandor Dancsi€ 675
242Guillaume Bor Bazoge€ 675
243Nico Gert Lastin€ 675
244Amaury Jean Lebeault€ 675
245Ozgur Leba€ 675
246Dawid Pawel Myszkowski€ 675
247Jonathan Tobias Brunnbauer€ 675
248Marko Kotnik€ 675
249Armin Schreyer€ 675
250Tien Tam Nguyen€ 675
251Alexander Koch€ 675
252Joao Car Lourenco De Oliveira€ 675
253Arnost Kopecky€ 675
254Julian Philipp Wehner€ 675
255Daniel Gustav Sahlin€ 675
256Mak Sauka€ 675
257NOBODY€ 675
258JACKPOT JOBIE€ 675
259Mehdi Bellahoues€ 675
260Valeriy Skudar€ 675
261Skremmydas Nikolaos€ 675
262Marius Schilcher€ 675
263Marian Daniel Tufis€ 675
264Salvatore Raffaele D Elia€ 675
265Jakub Koleckar€ 675
266Kolja€ 675
267Amadi€ 675
268Robert Lenz€ 675
269Kenan Kocar€ 675
270Elios Gualdi€ 600
271Nico Gert Lastin€ 600
272Nadir Riccardi€ 600
273Billy5911€ 600
274Tomas Gajdosik€ 600
275Wendelin Jall€ 600
276Dean Kolundzic€ 600
277JACKPOT JOBIE€ 600
278Arnost Kopecky€ 600
279Feyzullah Okan Karaarslan€ 600
280Ion Cristian Manea€ 600
281Benjamin Gips€ 600
282Simone Somaschini€ 600
283Rene Heinricher€ 600
284Carl Marcus Allberg€ 600
285Francesco Senna€ 600
286Yoram Ohana€ 600
287Serhii Motychak€ 600
288Corrado Micheli€ 600
289Julian Philipp Wehner€ 600
290Johan Wisselo€ 600
291Rafael Alfred Ugarte Falcones€ 600
292Lubos Wendl€ 600
293Maurizio Giuliana€ 600
294Gunnar Arnason€ 600
295Lukas Konecny€ 600
296Christophe Cosenza€ 600
297Olaf€ 600
298Skremmydas Nikolaos€ 600
299UA Game€ 600
300Moustafa El Ajjouri€ 600
301Vincenzo Petruzziello€ 600
302Sebastian Andrzej Marzec€ 600
303Walter Van Camberg€ 600
304Slavisa Radosavljevic€ 600
305Alexander Ewert€ 600
306Radek Castka€ 600
307Nikolaus Grubmayr€ 600
308Andrej Racek€ 600
309Sebastien Antoine Maestrati€ 600
310Anthony Benja Mahaut€ 600
311Thomas Guenther Pinzke€ 600
312Mak Sauka€ 600
313Tomas Hajek€ 600
314Corc Ercin€ 600
315MINI€ 600
316Salvatore Raffaele D Elia€ 600
317PEPA G.€ 600
318Andrej Desset€ 600
319Igor Kubarev€ 600
320Domagoj Laljek€ 600
321Jacques Ohayon€ 600
322Phitchathorn Gosselin€ 600
323Jakob Rott€ 600
324Peter Kuzma€ 600
325Gerfried Gassinger€ 600
326Tunjo Martinovic€ 600
327Constantin Freiherr Von Hammerstein€ 600
328Heaton Kyle Van€ 600
329Renato Hysenbelli€ 600
330Svajunas Seduikis€ 600
331Sebaciej Langroszuk€ 600
332Siegfried Frank Berger€ 600
333Johann Glanz€ 600
334Pavel Stribrny€ 600
335Bruno Kaufmann€ 600
336Marko Kotnik€ 600
337Yuriy Godlevskiy€ 600
338Walter Schwarzinger€ 600
339Hugo69€ 600
340Teodor Popovic€ 600
341Al Hassane Iatarne€ 600
Pavel Stribrny Eliminated in 2nd Place (€64,000) 16.08.2022 02:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 39: 1,500,000/3,000,000 (3,000,000)
Entries: 1/2,261

Arian Kashi had nearly a 5:1 chip advantage when the final hand took place. Pavel Stribrny jammed the button for 43 million and Kashi called.

Pavel Stribrny: 8 8
Arian Kashi: 10 9

It was as close to a coin flip as possible with Kashi at risk of elimination. Kashi nailed a flush on the 3 7 6 J 9 board to win the PPC Czech Main Event for a cool €100,000.

Meanwhile, Stribrny by far didn’t walk away empty-handed from his runner-up performance as he banked a huge €64,000 prize for his efforts.

“Yeah, I am a champ!” Kashi screamed after clinching the victory.

Stay tuned at PokerListings for the full payouts of the PPC Czech Main Event along with a recap of the final day.

Arian Kashi – 226 million
Pavel Stribrny – 0

Pavel Stribrny
Pavel Stribrny
Kashi Takes the Lead 16.08.2022 01:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 39: 1,500,000/3,000,000 (3,000,000)
Entries: 2/2,261

Arian Kashi opened the button for 7 million with K J before Pavel Stribrny three-bet to 26 million with A J . Kashi snap-called to see the 2 Q 6 flop.

Stribrny continued for 18 million. Kashi jammed for 71 million with his flush draw and took the chip lead after Stribrny folded.

Arian Kashi – 144 million
Pavel Stribrny – 82 million

Sebastian Lenz Eliminated in 3rd Place (€43,000) 16.08.2022 01:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 39: 1,500,000/3,000,000 (3,000,000)
Entries: 2/2,261

Sebastian Lenz jammed the button for 40 million and was called by Arian Kashi.

Sebastian Lenz: J 10
Arian Kashi: A J

Kashi was dominating Lenz when the chips went in and eliminated Lenz after the A 7 10 K 8 ran out on the board. Lenz collected €43,000 for his third-place podium finish.

Meanwhile, Pavel Stribrny will begin heads-up action with a small chip lead over Kashi.

Pavel Stribrny – 128 million
Arian Kashi – 98 million
Sebastian Lenz – 0 million

Break Time 16.08.2022 01:0 by Jason Glatzer

Players are on a 15-minute break. The blinds will increase to 1,500,000/3,000,000 with a big blind ante of 3,000,000 when the action resumes.

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic116,000,00039
2Arian KashiDenmark66,000,00022
5Sebastian LenzGermany42,000,00014
Stribrny Back on Top 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 38: 1,200,000/2,500,000 (2,500,000)
Entries: 3/2,261

Sebastian Lenz opened the button for a min-raise with 7 6 and both Pavel Stribrny with Q 10 and Arian Kashi with 7 3 called from the blinds.

Stribrny and Kashi checked the 8 2 8 flop. Lenz fired out for 5 million. Stribrny called and Kashi folded.

Both players checked the 3 turn before Stribrny bet 8.3 million on the 4 river. Stribrny was back with the chip lead after Lenz folded.

Pavel Stribrny – 91 million
Sebastian Lenz – 84 million

Lenz Takes the Lead 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 38: 1,200,000/2,500,000 (2,500,000)
Entries: 3/2,261

Pavel Stribrny opened for a min-raise from the button with 6 3 . Arian Kashi called from the small blind with A J

Sebastian Lenz with A 3 three-bet to 18 million and took down the pot after both Stribrny and Kashi folded to take the chip lead.

Sebastian Lenz – 87 million
Pavel Stribrny – 80 million
Arian Kashi – 57 million

Latest Photos by Mickey May 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer
Updated Chip Counts 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer
PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic127,000,00051
2Arian KashiDenmark38,000,00015
5Sebastian LenzGermany59,000,00024
Ralf Stam Eliminated in 4th Place (€35,700) 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 38: 1,200,000/2,500,000 (2,500,000)
Entries: 3/2,261

Pavel Stribrny opened for a min-raise from under the gun before he called a big blind jam by Ralf Stam for 20 million.

Ralf Stam: K Q
Pavel Stribrny: A Q

No magic came for Stam on the 3 2 9 9 A board and he was eliminated in fourth place for €35,700, while Stribrny extended his chip lead to having more than half the chips in play with three players remaining.

Pavel Stribrny – 124 million
Ralf Stam – 0

Ralf Stam
Ralf Stam
Karman on Fumes after Stribrny Makes a Hero Call to Take the Lead 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 37: 1,000,000/2,000,000 (2,000,000)
Entries: 4/2,261

In what be the wildest hand thus far at the final table began slowly enough after Antonino Karman limped from the small blind. Pavel Stribrny raised to 7 million and Karman called.

Karman check-raised the 3 6 K flop from 4.6 million to 12 million and Stribrny called.

The A followed on the turn and Karman jammed for 20 million. Stribrny found a hero call and the cards were turned over with Karman at risk.

Pavel Stribrny: 10 3
Antonino Karman: Q 10

Karman bricked the 5 river and was eliminated in fifth place for €29,500, which includes a WSOP Europe Main Event seat valued at €10,350. Meanwhile, Stribrny was back in the chip lead after the hand.

Pavel Stribrny – 93 million
Antonino Karman – 0

Antonino Karman
Antonino Karman
Raul Sav Eliminated in 6th Place (€25,000) 16.08.2022 00:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 37: 1,000,000/2,000,000 (2,000,000)
Entries: 5/2,261

Pavel Stribrny opened for 4 million from the hijack. Raul Sav three-bet jammed for 23 million from the button before Sebastian Lenz came in over the top for a four-bet jam to 31 million from the small blind. Stribrny folded and Sav was at risk of elimination.

Raul Sav: A Q
Sebastian Lenz: K K

It was a bit of a set-up for Sav and he was unable to get a save after the 4 2 8 9 7 appeared on the board. Sav collected a €25,000 prize, which includes a Day 1a ticket to the WSOP Europe €10,350 Main Event.

Sebastian Lenz – 61 million
Raul Sav – 0

Raul Sav
Raul Sav
Ladies Good for Lenz 15.08.2022 23:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 37: 1,000,000/2,000,000 (2,000,000)
Entries: 6/2,261

Sebastian Lenz jammed for 16 million from the cutoff with Q Q and was called by Pavel Stribrny from the big blind with A J .

Lenz earned a double with his ladies after the 4 8 4 3 9 were dealt on the board.

Sebastian Lenz – 35 million
Pavel Stribrny – 34 million

Sebastian Lenz
Sebastian Lenz
Kashi Doubles into the Lead with Big Slick 15.08.2022 23:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 37: 1,000,000/2,000,000 (2,000,000)
Entries: 6/2,261

Pavel Stribrny jammed the button for 89 million with A 8 . Arian Kashi woke up with A K from the small blind and called off his stack of 29 million.

Kashi took the lead after his big slick held on the 3 J 5 Q 5 board.

Arian Kashi – 63 million
Pavel Stribrny – 59 million

Arian Kashi
Arian Kashi
Karman Doubles First Hand After Break 15.08.2022 23:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 37: 1,000,000/2,000,000 (2,000,000)
Entries: 6/2,261

Antonino Karman jammed for 16 million from the hijack before Arian Kashi came in over the top with a three-bet jam for 38 million from the button.

Antonino Karman: K 7
Arian Kashi: A J

Karman was a small underdog and was in more trouble after Kashi flopped the nut flush draw on the 2 8 9 flop. However, Karman paired his seven on the 7 turn and doubled through Kashi after the 8 paired the board on the river.

Antonino Karman – 36 million
Arian Kashi – 22 million

Break Time 15.08.2022 23:0 by Jason Glatzer

The final six players are on a 15-minute break. Blinds will increase to 1,000,000/2,000,000 with a big blind ante of 2,000,000 when the action resumes.

Jakub Kotas Eliminated in 7th Place (€11,250) 15.08.2022 23:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 36: 800,000/1,600,000 (1,600,000)
Entries: 6/2,261

Jakub Kotas
Jakub Kotas

Pavel Stribrny min-raised from early position before Jakub Kotas jammed for 25 million from the big blind. Stribrny called and was primed to eliminate back-to-back former final table chip leaders.

Jakub Kotas: 4 4
Pavel Stribrny: 10 10

Kotas was unable to get any love with his fours with the Q 8 7 K 2 board and bubbled the WSOP Europe Main Event seat awarded to the top six players. He did still collect a healthy seventh place prize of €11,250.

Meanwhile, Stribrny extended his chip lead to 93 million in chips for more than double the stack of his nearest competitor in Arian Kashi with 42 million in chips.

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic93,000,00058
2Arian KashiDenmark42,000,00026
4Raul SavRomania15,000,0009
5Sebastian LenzGermany23,000,00014
6Ralf StamNetherlands29,000,00018
9Antonino KarmanHungary27,000,00017
Witali Reinbold Eliminated in 8th Place (€8,350) 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 36: 800,000/1,600,000 (1,600,000)
Entries: 7/2,261

Pavel Stribrny min-raised the button before he called a three-bet jam by Witali Reinbold from the big blind for 21 million.

Witali Reinbold: A 9
Pavel Stribrny: A J

Despite holding the chip lead to start the final table, Reinbold was eliminated in eighth place after he was unable to get ahead of Stribrny on the 6 J 5 A 6 board.

Meanwhile, Pavel Stribrny took the lead away from Arian Kashi to start the seven-handed play. Additionally, there is a bubble of sorts with the top six players guaranteed a WSOP Europe Main Event seat valued at €10,350.

Pavel Stribrny – 62 million
Witali Reinbold – 0

Witali Reinbold
Witali Reinbold
Big Slick Good for Karman 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 36: 800,000/1,600,000 (1,600,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Jakub Kotas jammed the button for 46 million. Antonino Karman called off for 17 million from the small blind and the cards were turned over.

Antonino Karman: A K
Jakub Kotas: A 8

Karman doubled up after his big slick held on the 2 A 2 J 6 board. Meanwhile, Arian Kashi was back with the chip lead after the hand.

Arian Kashi – 46 million
Antonino Karman – 37 million
Jakub Kotas – 30 million

Antonino Karman
Antonino Karman
Sixes Good for Sav 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 36: 800,000/1,600,000 (1,600,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Pavel Stribrny opened for 3.2 million from the hijack. Raul Sav jammed for 8.2 million from the small blind and Stribrny called for an extra 5 million with Sav at risk.

Raul Sav: 6 6
Pavel Stribrny: 4 4

Nothing fancy happened on the K A 5 5 A runout and Sav doubled through Stribrny.

Pavel Stribrny – 22 million
Raul Sav – 20 million

Raul Sav
Raul Sav
Kotas Takes a Slim Lead 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 36: 800,000/1,600,000 (1,600,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

With the blinds high, even the small pots add up. Jakub Kotas temporarily took the lead before Arian Kashi snagged it back.

Kotas was back on top for a second time after stealing the blinds with nines.

Jakub Kotas – 44 million
Arian Kashi – 42 million

More Final Day Photos by Mickey May 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer
Kotas Doubles Through Kashi 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 35: 600,000/1,200,000 (1,200,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Arian Kashi opened for a min-raise from under the gun before he called a three-bet jam by Jakub Kotas for 14 million.

Jakub Kotas: A J
Arian Kashi: A 9

Kotas was ahead when the chips went in and the double seemed certain after the J Q 2 flop. Kashi was drawing dead after the 4 turn and the 3 river completed the board.

Arian Kashi – 42 million
Jakub Kotas – 30 million

Jakub Kotas
Jakub Kotas
Stribrny Takes One Off Reinbold with a Better Kicker 15.08.2022 22:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 35: 600,000/1,200,000 (1,200,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Pavel Stribrny min-raised from early position with A Q and was called by Witali Reinbold with A J from late positon.

Both players improved to top pair on the 7 9 A flop. Stribrny held a better kicker along with a flush draw and continued for 1.8 million.

Reinbold paused for a minute before he raised to 4.5 million. Stribrny called and the 7 paired the board on the turn.

Both players checked and the 2 river completed the board. Stribrny bet 3.4 million and won the hand after Reinbold called.

Pavel Stribrny – 31 million
Witali Reinbold – 24 million

Kashi Takes the Lead 15.08.2022 21:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 35: 600,000/1,200,000 (1,200,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Raul Sav opened for 2.5 million from under the gun with A K and was called by Pavel Stribrny with J 9 from the button and Arian Kashi with 7 5 from the small blind.

Kashi fired out a donk-bet with middle pair on the 4 7 9 flop. Sav called as did Stribrny with top pair.

Stribrny’s top pair was still good after the 3 turn. Kashi checked before Say fired out for 4.5 million. Stribrny folded the best hand, while Kashi found a call.

The J river would have given Stribrny two pair but he was no longer in the hand. Both players checked and Kashi took the chip lead after taking down the pot.

Arian Kashi – 55 million
Raul Sav – 18 million

Arian Kashi
Arian Kashi

Stribrny Doubles with a Flush 15.08.2022 21:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 35: 600,000/1,200,000 (1,200,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Antonino Karman limped from the small blind with A K before Pavel Stribrny checked back his option with Q 2 .

Both players checked the 5 8 3 flop before Karman bet 1.5 million on the K turn. Stribrny called and the 5 river improved Stribrny to a flush.

Stribrny jammed for 9.7 million after Karman checked. Karman went into the tank with his top pair. He called minutes later only to get the bad news that he doubled Stribrny.

Pavel Stribrny – 26 million
Antonino Karman – 18 million

Pavel Stribrny
Pavel Stribrny
Updated Chip Counts 15.08.2022 21:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 35: 600,000/1,200,000 (1,200,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Witali Reingold regained the lead but there are a few players bunched near the top. Here is a look at the current chip counts.

PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic14,000,00012
2Arian KashiDenmark34,000,00028
3Witali ReinboldGermany38,000,00032
4Raul SavRomania29,000,00024
5Sebastian LenzGermany34,000,00028
6Ralf StamNetherlands29,000,00024
8Jakub KotasCzech Republic11,000,0009
9Antonino KarmanHungary30,000,00025
Break Time 15.08.2022 21:0 by Jason Glatzer

Players are on a 15-minute break. Blinds will increase to 600,000/1,200,000 with a big blind ante of 1,200,000 when the action resumes.

150822_Main_Final_Day_MickeyMay_165655
Kashi Doubles Through Reinbold with Big Slick 15.08.2022 20:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 34: 500,000/1,000,000 (1,000,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Arian Kashi jammed for 10 million from the cutoff and was called by Witali Reinbold from the button.

Arian Kashi: A K
Witali Reinbold: A Q

Kashi’s big slick held to double his stack after the 9 10 7 Q K ran out on the board.

Witali Reinbold – 30 million
Arian Kashi – 23 million

Set of Ladies for Stam 15.08.2022 20:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 34: 500,000/1,000,000 (1,000,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Witali Reinbold opened for 2.2 million from early position with 8 8 before Ralf Stam three-bet the button with Q Q to 5.5 million.

Reinbold called and Stam nailed top set on the Q 3 7 flop. Reinbold checked and Stam bet 4 million.  Reinbold called before checking the 5 turn.

Stam jammed and was near the chip lead after Reinbold folded. Reinbold then lost a small pot to Pavel Stribrny, which was enough for Stam to snag a slim chip lead.

Ralf Stam – 42 million
Witali Reinbold – 40 million

Updated Chip Counts 15.08.2022 20:0 by Jason Glatzer
PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic16,000,00016
2Arian KashiDenmark11,000,00011
3Witali ReinboldGermany51,000,00051
4Raul SavRomania31,000,00031
5Sebasitan LenzGermany37,000,00037
6Ralf StamNetherlands31,000,00031
8Jakub KotasCzech Republic21,000,00021
9Antonio KarmanHungary28,000,00028
Christophe Cosenza Eliminated in 9th Place (€6,650) 15.08.2022 20:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 33: 400,000/800,000 (800,000)
Entries: 8/2,261

Christophe Cosenza raised to 2.8 million from middle position and was called by Witali Reinbold from the small blind.

Reinbold check-called a bet for 2.8 million by Cosenza after the 6 J 4 flop. Reinbold checked again on the A turn. Cosenza fired out again, this time for 4.9 million. Reinbold jammed and Cosenza called off for 13 million.

Christophe Cosenza: A Q
Witali Reinbold: J J

Cosenza improved to top pair on the turn but was drawing dead anyway to Reinhold’s set of jacks.

The Q river improved Cosenza to top two pair. However, this wasn’t enough and he was the first player eliminated at the final table in ninth place for €6,650.

Meanwhile, Reinbold extended his chip lead and the final eight players have each locked up at least an €8,350 payday.

Witali Reinbold – 63 million
Christophe Cosenza – 0

Christophe Cosenza
Christophe Cosenza

Two Pair for Stam 15.08.2022 19:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 33: 400,000/800,000 (800,000)
Entries: 9/2,261

Arian Kashi opened for 1.9 million with 9 9 from early position and was called by Witali Reinbold from middle position with K Q , Ralf Stam with A 10 from the button, and Christophe Cosenza with Q 8 from the small blind.

All four players checked the 4 K 10 flop before the A followed on the turn. The action checked around to Stam who bet 5 million with his two pair. Cosenza and Kashi folded before Reinbold called.

The 7 river completed the board. Reinbold checked and Stam fired out for 5 million. Stam got paid off by Reinbold and chipped up with two pair.

Witali Reinbold – 42 million
Ralf Stam – 35 million

Karman Wins an Early Pot Against Kashi 15.08.2022 19:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 33: 400,000/800,000 (800,000)
Entries: 9/2,261

Antonino Karman opened for 1.7 million with K 9 from early position and was called by Arian Kashi with A 9 from middle position and Christophe Cosenza with Q 10 from the big blind.

Cosenza checked as did Karman, who improved to top pair on the K 6 8 flop. Kashi fired out for 2.8 million. Cosenza folded and Karman opted to call.

Karman check-called a bet by Kashi for 4.5 million on the 8 turn.

Both players checked after the Q river completed the board and Karman took down an early pot at the final table.

Antonino Karman – 35 million
Arian Kashi – 21 million

Antonino Karman
Antonino Karman
Qualify Today for the partypoker MILLIONS UK for £0.01 15.08.2022 19:0 by Jason Glatzer

The next big festival for partypoker will be the partypoker MILLIONS UK at Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham, England from November 20 to December 6.

Feeder tournaments for the massive £3,300 Main Event start at just £0.01. Click on the banner below to get started on your path to glory at partypoker.

Final Day Photos by Mickey May 15.08.2022 19:0 by Jason Glatzer
Final Table Payouts 15.08.2022 19:0 by Jason Glatzer

Here is a look at the final table payouts of the Main Event. The top six spots include a ticket to Day 1a of the WSOP Europe Main Event valued at €10,350.

PlacePrize
1€100,000
2€64,000
3€43,000
4€35,700
5€29,500
6€25,000
7€11,250
8€8,350
9€6,650
Final Table Seat Draw 15.08.2022 18:0 by Jason Glatzer
PlacePlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
1Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic11,600,00015
2Arian KashiDenmark31,500,00039
3Witali ReinboldGermany51,400,00064
4Raul SavRomania28,300,00035
5Sebastian LenzGermany25,100,00031
6Ralf StamNetherlands17,400,00022
7Christophe CosenzaFrance22,800,00029
8Jakub KotasCzech Republic16,800,00021
9Antonino KarmanHungary20,700,00026
Total225,600,000282
Average25,066,66731
Payouts Thus Far on the Final Day 15.08.2022 18:0 by Jason Glatzer
PlacePlayerPrize
10Walter Van Camberg€ 5,590
11Armand Muratoglu€ 5,590
12Amit Chazan € 5,000
13Maximillian Bauer€ 5,000
14Matze P€ 4,450
15Mr. Savu€ 4,450
16Clement Cure€ 3,900
17Majed Adel€ 3,900
18David Vesely€ 3,350
19Mini€ 3,350
20Riccardo Campana€ 3,350
21Maradona Abaz€ 2,800
22Johann Glanz€ 2,800
23Lukas Konecky€ 2,800
24Vittori Londoni€ 2,300
25George Sandford€ 2,300
26Matej Michalek€ 2,300
27Lubos Wendl€ 2,300
28Binak Sinanaj€ 1,950
29Jan€ 1,950
Break for Final Table 15.08.2022 18:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 33: 400K/800K (800K)
Entries: 9/2,261

Walter Van Camberg hit the rail at the feature table after losing a flip with ace-king against tens. Players went on a 15-minute break after the hand and shortly after the final table will be set up.

Our coverage the rest of the way will be on a 30-minute delay as to not give away any spoilers for those also watching the stream.

Walter Van Camberg – 0

Walter Van Camberg
Walter Van Camberg
New Level; No Break 15.08.2022 18:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 33: 400K/800K (800K)
Entries: 10/2,261

The tournament director opted to not give players a break as originally scheduled as the action is just one player away from a final table. A break will take place once one more player is eliminated.

Meanwhile, here is a look at the players eliminated during Level 32.

PlacePlayerPrize
11Armand Muratoglu€ 5,590
12Amit Chazan € 5,000
Trips for Reinbold 15.08.2022 18:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 32: 300K/600K (600K)

Witali Reinbold opened for 1.3 million from the small blind and was called by Jakub Kotas from the big blind. Reinbold check-called a bet of 800,000 on the 3 5 Q flop before leading out for 1.5 million on the 10 turn. Kotas called and Reinbold bet 4 million after the 10 river paired the board.

Kotas went into the tank for more than a minute before he called. Reinbold turned over A 10 for trips and won the pot after Kotas folded.

Witali Reinbold – 40 million
Jakub Kotas – 22 million

Chazan Out of Action 15.08.2022 17:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 32: 300K/600K (600K)
Entries: 11/2,261

Amit Chazan was out of chips at the feature table to leave just 11 players remaining.

Amit Chazan – 0

Amit Chazan
Amit Chazan
Small Ball 15.08.2022 17:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 32: 300K/600K (600K)
Entries: 12/2,261

After a flurry of eliminations to start the day, the action has slowed down during Level 32 with no major pots to report on the outer table.

150822_main_final_day_mickeymay_165395-780x520
Eliminations During Level 31 15.08.2022 17:0 by Jason Glatzer

Blinds have just increased to 300,000/600,000 with a big blind ante of 600,000. Here is a look at the players eliminated during the last blind level.

PlacePlayerPrize
13Maximillian Bauer€ 5,000
14Matze P€ 4,450
15Mr. Savu€ 4,450
16Clement Cure€ 3,900
Dirty Dozen after Bauer Eliminated 15.08.2022 17:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 31: 250K/500K (500K)
Entries: 12/2,261

Maximillian Bauer hit the rail near the end of Level 31 at the T.V. table. You can check out how it went down on the partypokerTV Twitch channel in less than 30 minutes.

150822_main_final_day_maximilion_bauer_mickeymay_165269-780x520
Max Bauer
Muratoglu Doubles Through Kotas 15.08.2022 17:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 31: 250K/500K (500K)
Entries: 13/2,261

Armand Muratoglu jammed for 4.1 million from under the gun. Jakub Kotas asked for a count before he called.

Armand Muratoglu: 7 7
Jakub Kotas: 10 8

Muratoglu fist-pumped the air after the 9 4 3 Q A board allowed him to win the flip.

Jakub Kotas – 17 million
Armand Muratoglu – 9 million

Armand Muratoglu
Armand Muratoglu
Matze P Out at the T.V. Table 15.08.2022 16:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 31: 250K/500K (500K)
Entries: 13/2,261

The Day 2 chip leader Matze P was unable to parlay his big stack into a final table appearance as he just hit the rail at the T.V. table in 14th place for €4,450.

Matze P – 0

Matze P
Matze P eliminated in 14th place
Reinbold Ousts Mr. Savu 15.08.2022 16:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 31: 250K/500K (500K)
Entries: 14/2,261

Pavel Stribrny opened for 1,050,000 from the hijack and was called by Witali Reinbold and Mr. Savu from the blinds.

The trio all checked the K 6 Q flop before Reinbold led out for 850,000 on the 4 turn. Mr. Savu clicked it back to 1,700,000. Stribrny folded and Reinbold called.

Reinbold checked the 9 river before Mr. Savu jammed for 7,425,000.

“How much?” asked Reinbold who tanked for a few minutes after this.

Antonio Karman asked for time to be called. Shortly after, Reinbold found a call and won the hand to eliminate Mr. Savu in 15th place when his Q 10 was good against 10 4 .

Witali Reinbold – 30 million
Mr. Savu – 0

Witali Reinbold
Witali Reinbold
Karman Doubles Through Kotas 15.08.2022 16:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 31: 250K/500K (500K)
Entries: 15/2,261

Antonino Karman jammed for 4.4 million from under the gun and was called by Jakub Kotas from the cutoff.

Antonino Karman: 4 4
Jakub Kotas: A Q

The 8 3 5 9 K board was good enough for Karman’s fours to win the flip to double his stack.

Shortly after, Clement Cure lost his short stack to leave just 15 players remaining in the field.

Jakub Kotas – 24 million
Antonino Karman – 10 million
Clement Cure – 0

Antonio Karman
Antonio Karman
Eliminations During Level 30 15.08.2022 16:0 by Jason Glatzer

Blinds have just increased to 250,000/500,000 with a big blind ante of 500,000. Here is a look at the players that hit the rail the previous blind level.

PlacePlayerPrize
17Majed Adel€ 3,900
18David Vesely€ 3,350
19Mini€ 3,350
20Riccardo Campana€ 3,350
21Maradona Abaz€ 2,800
22Johann Glanz€ 2,800
Flush for Stribrny 15.08.2022 16:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 16/2,261

Antonio Karman opened for 850,000 from middle position. Mr. Savu called from button as did Pavel Stribrny from the big blind.

Stribnry checked the 7 6 3 flop. Karman bet 800,000 and Mr. Savu folded. Stribrny jammed for 5.9 million and Karman called.

Pavel Stribrny: K 5
Antonio Karman: A 7

Karman was ahead with top pair after the 2 landed on the turn. However, the 10 spiked the river to improve Stribrny to a straight to stay alive and double his stack.

Pavel Stribrny – 15 million
Antonino Karman – 5 million

Two Table Redraw 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 16/2,261

Here is a look at the two table redraw along with the chip counts while the players are on a short break. Table 37 will be the T.V. table. PokerListings will not be reporting hands at the T.V. table as to not disrupt the production until the final table is set but will be reporting the eliminations.

Once the final table begins, we will report on a 30-minute delay.

TableSeatPlayerChipsBig Blinds
371Matze P15,375,00038
372Sebastian Lenz22,950,00057
373Raul Sav12,150,00030
374Christophe Cosenza1,100,0003
375Walter Van Camberg10,825,00027
376Maximilian Bauer10,500,00026
377Arian Kashi23,800,00060
378Amit Chazan10,925,00027
381Mr. Savu3,100,0008
382Jakub Kotas22,000,00055
383Armand Muratoglu10,000,00025
384Pavel Stribrny7,000,00018
385Clement Cure2,000,0005
386Antonino Karman12,000,00030
387Ralf Stam16,000,00040
388Witali Reinbold30,000,00075
140822_main_day2_mickeymay_165138-1-780x520
Stam Flops Two Pair to Oust Adel 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 16/2,261

Ralf Stam appeared to believe he was in the big blind when he limped from under the gun. Majed Adel raised the button to 1 million and Stam called.

Stam checked the 10 4 J flop before Adel jammed for about 4 million. Stam made the quick call and Adel said “good game” to his table when he saw what he was up against.

Majed Adel: K 10
Ralf Stam: J 10

Stam’s two pair held after the 9 turn and 7 river completed the board and there was a two-table redraw after Adel hit the rail in 17th place.

Ralf Stam – 26 million
Majed Adel – 0

Vesely on the Rail 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 17/2,261

David Vesely just hit the rail at the T.V. table. You can check out how that went down by clicking on the Stream tab within our coverage.

David Vesely – 0

“Mini” On the Rail with an Inferior Set 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 18/2,261

Sebastian Lenz opened for 800,000 from under the gun and was called by Maximilian Bauer from the button before “Mini” jammed for about 5 million. Lenz came in over the top for a huge stack of chips and Bauer folded.

Mini: 10 10
Sebastian Lenz: Q Q

Both players nailed a set on the A Q 7 10 5 board. Lenz’ set was better and Mini was on the rail in 19th place.

Sebastian Lenz – 21 million
Mini – 0

Campana Out on the T.V. Table 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 19/2,261

Riccardo Campana just hit the rail at the T.V. table. You can watch the elimination in less than 30 minutes by clicking on the Stream tab within our coverage.

Riccardo Campana – 0

Glanz’ Ladies Run Into Cowboys 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 30: 200K/400K (400K)
Entries: 20/2,261

Amit Chazan opened for 1 million from the hijack before Johann Glanz jammed for 3 million from the cutoff. Armand Moratoglu four-bet shoved for about 8 million from the button and Chazan folded but not before showing he held ace-jack.

Johann Glanz: Q Q
Armand Moratoglu: K K

It was a good fold for Chazan. Unless, of course, you are results-oriented as he would have won the hand with a straight after the 8 9 A 7 10 runout. That being said, Moratoglu’s cowboys were good enough to eliminate Glanz in 22nd place. At around the same time, Maradona Abaz hit the rail to leave just 20 players remaining.

Armand Moratoglu – 13 million
Johann Glanz – 0
Maradona Abaz – 0

Payouts During Level 29 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

The blinds have just increased to 200,000/400,000 with a big blind ante of 400,000. Here is a recap of the players that were eliminated during the first blind level of the final day.

PlacePlayerPrize
23Lukas Konecky€ 2,800
24Vittori Londoni€ 2,300
25George Sandford€ 2,300
26Matej Michalek€ 2,300
27Lubos Wendl€ 2,300
28Binak Sinanaj€ 1,950
29Jan€ 1,950
Rockets for Stribrny 15.08.2022 15:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K (300K)
Entries: 22/2,261

Arian Kashi opened for 650,000 from under the gun before Lukas Konecky three-bet shoved for more than 6 million from the hijack. Pavel Stribrny called off for about 5 million and Kashi folded.

Pavel Stribrny: A A
Lukas Konecky: 10 10

Stribny’s rockets held on the 3 J Q 8 J board to double his stack and leave Konecky on fumes. Konecky hit the rail the next hand to leave just 22 players remaining.

Pavel Stribrny – 11 million
Lukas Konecky – 0

End of the Line for Poker Pro and Commentator George Sandford 15.08.2022 14:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K (300K)
Entries: 23/2,261

It is safe to say that this reporter wasn’t exactly impartial as he was hoping that George Sandford would come out on top as he has known him for years as both a poker pro, a fellow poker commentator, and friend.

Unfortunately, Sandford just went out on the feature table which you can watch live in less than 30 minutes by clicking on our stream tab. Also hitting the rail was the short-stacked Vittori Londoni in 24th place.

Table 40 is breaking up. The first table redraw will take place when the action is down to 23 players.

George Sandford – 0
Vittori Londoni – 0

Cosenza Doubles with Trip Queens 15.08.2022 14:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K (300K)
Entries: 25/2,261

Vittori Londoni opened for 775,000 from the hijack before Christophe Cosenza three-bet jammed the button for 3,300,000. Londoni called and a race was on.

Christophe Cosenza: A Q
Vittori Londoni: 10 10

Londoni let out a sound of disgust after Cosenza’s queen connected with the 9 Q 3 flop. The Q turn improved Cosenza further trips and he doubled up after the blank 5 river completed the board.

Christophe Cosenza – 7 million
Vittori Londoni – 2 million

Cure Flops a Full House to Oust Wendl 15.08.2022 14:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K (300K)
Entries: 25/2,261

Lubos Wendl opened from under the gun and was called by Clement Cure from the big blind. Cure check-called a jam by Wendl for more than 2 million on the 7 8 7 flop and the cards were turned over.

Lubos Wendl: A J
Clement Cure: 8 7

“Good game” Wendl said after he saw his fate. The K turn and Q river completed the board for Cure to oust Wendl in 27th place for €2,300.

Also recently hitting the rail were Binak Sinanaj (28th – €1,950) and Matej Michalek (26th – €2,300) to leave just 25 players remaining in the field.

Clement Cure – 10 million
Lubos Wendl – 0
Binak Sinanaj – 0
Matej Michalek – 0

Reinbold Doubles from the Big Blind 15.08.2022 14:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K (300K)
Entris: 28/2,261

Witali Reinbold recently had his kings cracked by Lubos Wendl with queen-ten but just got his chips back in a blind vs. blind situation against Walter Van Camberg.

Van Camberg limped from the small blind. Reinbold shoved for 2.9 million and Van Camberg snap-called.

Witali Reinbold: A J
Walter Van Camberg: 10 8

The 6 5 5 Q 3 runout was good enough for Reinbold to double to around 20 big blind.

Witali Reinbold – 6 million
Walter Van Camberg – 6 million

Londoni Ousts “Jan” with a Full House 15.08.2022 14:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K
Entries: 28/2,261

Vittori Londoni opened for 650,000 from the button before “Jan” three-bet jammed for more than 15 big blinds from the big blind. Londoni quickly called and the cards were turned over.

Jan: K 4
Vittori Londoni: A 5

Londoni was ahead and improved further to a full house after the 6 3 6 A A ran out on the board.

Vittori Londoni – 14 million
Jan – 0

Final Day Begins 15.08.2022 14:0 by Jason Glatzer

Level 29: 150K/300K (300K)
Entries: 29/2,261

The final day of the Main Event has just kicked off at King’s Resort with blinds at 150,000/300,000 along with a big blind ante of 300,000.

Who Will Win the PPC Czech Main Event? 15.08.2022 12:0 by Jason Glatzer
140822_main_day2_mickeymay_165138-1-780x520

Welcome back to our coverage of the partypoker Championship (PPC) Czech €330 Main Event at King’s Resort. The tournament attracted a banner field of 2,261 entries to generate a whopping €644,385 prize pool to smash the €500,000 guarantee.

The action is down to just 29 hopefuls and will play down to a winner today. A player by the nickname “Matze P” from Germany leads the way heading into the final day with a massive stack of 19,600,000 in chips. Also beginning today with eight-figure stacks were Day 1 chip leader Arian Kashi (17,525,000), Ralf Stam (16,525,000), David Vesely (15,800,000), Mr. Savu (11,350,000), and Sebastian Lenz (10,475,000).

Today will feature one-hour blind levels starting with Level 29 with blinds at 150,000/300,000 along with a big blind ante of 300,000.

Final Day Seat Draw

TableSeatPlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
371Maradona AbazItaly                                        1,550,000 5
372Mr. SavuRomania                                      11,350,000 38
373Johann GlanzAustria                                        4,500,000 15
374Jakub KotasCzech Republic                                        8,800,000 29
375Raul SavRomania                                        7,075,000 24
376Matze PGermany                                      19,600,000 65
377Binak SinanajBelgium                                        2,500,000 8
378George SandfordUnited Kingdom                                        5,225,000 17
381Sebastian LenzGermany                                      10,475,000 35
382Arian KashiDenmark                                      17,525,000 58
383Matej MichalekCzech Republic                                        4,475,000 15
385Lukas KonecnySlovakia                                        3,450,000 12
386Pavel StribrnyCzech Republic                                        7,275,000 24
387Riccardo CampanaSwitzerland                                        4,950,000 17
388MINIMorocco                                        9,000,000 30
391Armand MuratogluFrance                                        6,900,000 23
392Vittorio LondoniItaly                                        9,150,000 31
393Majed AdelAfghanistan                                        6,550,000 22
394JanGermany                                        4,400,000 15
395Christophe CosenzaFrance                                        2,650,000 9
396Ralf StamNetherlands                                      16,525,000 55
397Amit ChazanIsrael                                      10,175,000 34
401Clement CureFrance                                        3,900,000 13
402Lubos WendlCzech Republic                                        2,125,000 7
403Maximilian BauerGermany                                        6,850,000 23
404Antonino KarmanHungary                                        8,550,000 29
405Walter Van CambergBelgium                                        9,575,000 32
407Witali ReinboldGermany                                        4,550,000 15
408David VeselyCzech Republic                                      15,800,000 53

Final Day Payouts

All returning players have already locked up a €1,950 payday with all players having their eyes on the coveted trophy along with the mouth-watering top prize of €100,000.

The prize for the top six players also includes a Day 1a ticket to the WSOP Europe Main Event valued at €10,350.

PlacePrize
1€100,000
2€64,000
3€43,000
4€35,700
5€29,500
6€25,000
7€11,250
8€8,350
9€6,650
10-11€5,590
12-13€5,000
14-15€4,450
16-17€3,900
18-20€3,350
21-23€2,800
24-27€2,300
28-29€1,950

Cards are scheduled to be in the air starting at 2 p.m. with a live stream kicking off on the partypokerTV Twitch channel shortly after on a 30-minute delay with hole cards exposed. Stay tuned at PokerListings to see who will win the PPC Czech Main Event at King’s Resort.

Comment on that

Your message is awaiting approval