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2022 partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller

2022 partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller


Teun Mulder Wins partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10K High Roller (€67,900) 09.06.2022 20:52 by Jason Glatzer
Teun Mulder Wins partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller
Teun Mulder Wins partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller

It was a heads-up battle of the titans in the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10,300 High Roller with Teun Mulder coming out on top after defeating Stephen O’Dwyer heads-up to win the €67,900 top prize at Casino Barcelona.

Mulder began the live-streamed final table with the chip lead. He coughed it up briefly to Vincent Cavailles before zooming along with a huge chip advantage during most of the final table. O’Dwyer wasn’t far behind by the time heads-up play began and eventually took a commanding lead. Mulder came storming back to claim yet another huge title and, of course, the coveted trophy.

The High Roller was a two-day, family-style affair with 10 runners generating a €97,000 prize pool with the top two spots making the money.

2022 partypoker MILLIONS Europe Payouts

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Teun MulderNetherlands€ 67,900
2Stephen O’DwyerIreland€ 29,100

Mulder’s Road to the Title

The opening day of the High Roller attracted five entries in Mulder, Cavailles, Jelle Moene, Luuk Gieles, and Estonian chess grandmaster Ottomar Ladva. Ladva was the only one not to make it through to Day 2 after he suffered a bad beat with his cowboys failing to hold against Cavailles’ tens.

The second Day attracted five more entries, including two by O’Dwyer, who was busy yesterday bagging up a nice stack for the Main Event. Also joining the action were Gergely Kulcsar, Imad Derwiche, and partypoker MILLIONS Europe Main Event Day 1a chip leader Vitalijs Korhs.

Moene, Gieles, and Derwiche were all on the rail before late registration closed and the official televised final table began at the partypokerTV Twitch and YouTube channels. Meanwhile, O’Dwyer hit the rail just before the end of the late-registration window but had better luck with his second bullet.

partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller Final Table
partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller Final Table

Korhs was the first player out at the t.v. table in sixth place when he lost a flip with treys against Mulder’s ace-jack suited. Although Mulder extended his lead at the time, that was short-lived. Cavailles won a big pot off Mulder and shortly after took the lead by default when O’Dwyer doubled through Mulder.

Despite losing some momentum, Mulder remained composed and snagged the lead back a couple of hands later. O’Dwyer then ousted a short-stacked Moene when his ace-ten held against king-jack. Mulder then eliminated Cavailles when his jacks held against ace-eight suited to have about 70% of the chips in play with three players remaining.

O’Dwyer then sent the short-stacked Kulcsar out on the bubble when his king-three proved to be good against jack-seven suited but Mulder still had a small chip advantage when heads-up action began. He then extended his lead to a 3:1 advantage before Mulder came storming back to take a small chip lead just before the final hand took place.

Mulder flopped a wheel with ace-trey, while O’Dwyer flopped top pair with queen-five. Aces came on both the turn and river and Mulder check-jammed the river. O’Dwyer tanked before he eventually called and had to settle for the runner-up prize of €29,100.

Congrats to Teun Mulder for yet another big title to add to his ever-growing collection!

*Photos courtesy Mickey May / partypoker

Stephen O’Dwyer Eliminated in 2nd Place (€29,100) 09.06.2022 20:00 by Jason Glatzer

Level 16: 50,000/100,000 (100,000)
Entries: 2/10

Stephen O'Dwyer
Stephen O’Dwyer

Stephen O’Dwyer opened for 230,000 with Q 5 from the button. Mulder defended his big blind with A 3 and nailed a wheel on the 5 4 2 flop.

Mulder checked and O’Dwyer bet 140,000 with top pair. Mulder raised to 560,000. O’Dwyer tanked before he three-bet to 1,225,000 and Mulder called.

Mulder check-jammed the A river from 650,000 to 3,660,000. O’Dwyer went into the tank for several minutes before he called off for 3,330,000.

O’Dwyer needed a three to chop. No three came. Instead, it was the A on the river that ended O’Dwyer’s run in second place for €29,100.

Meanwhile, a huge congrats to Teun Mulder for winning the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10,300 High Roller for €67,900. Stay tuned at PokerListings for the recap of the High Roller.

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Teun MulderNetherlands€ 67,900
2Stephen O’DwyerIreland€ 29,100
Mulder Regains the Lead with Trips 09.06.2022 19:50 by Jason Glatzer

Level 16: 50,000/100,000 (100,000)
Entries: 2/10

Teun Mulder opened for 250,000 from the button with K Q and Stephen O’Dwyer called with A 2 .

Both players checked the 8 7 A flop and the Q turn. Mulder improved to trips on the Q river. O’Dwyer bet 175,000. Mulder raised to 1,100,000 and regained the lead after O’Dwyer called.

Teun Mulder – 5.2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 4.8 million

O’Dwyer Finds Value After Rivering a Baby Flush 09.06.2022 19:44 by Jason Glatzer

Level 16: 50,000/100,000 (100,000)
Entries: 2/10

Teun Mulder limped from the small blind with 8 5 and Stephen O’Dwyer checked back from the big blind with 4 3 .

O’Dwyer bet 100,000 on the 8 5 6 and Mulder called with his two pair.

O’Dwyer check-called for 175,000 on the 4 turn before the A on the river improved O’Dwyer’s hand to a flush. O’Dwyer bet 300,000 and won the pot after Mulder called.


Stephen O’Dwyer – 6.5 million
Teun Mulder – 3.5 million

Mulder Closes the Gap 09.06.2022 19:36 by Jason Glatzer

Level 16: 50,000/100,000 (100,000)
Entries: 2/10

Stephen O’Dwyer opened for 230,000 from the button with 9 8 and Teun Mulder defended his big blind with K 5 .

Both players hit a piece of the A 8 K flop. Mulder still had the best hand and check-called a bet by O’Dwyer for 140,000.

Mulder improved further to two pair on the 5 turn. Both players checked and the 4 river completed the board. It was checked down again and Mulder brought the stacks closer to even.


Stephen O’Dwyer – 5.8 million
Teun Mulder – 4.2 million

O’Dwyer Extends the Chip Lead After Bold River Play 09.06.2022 19:25 by Jason Glatzer

Level 16: 50,000/100,000 (100,000)
Entries: 2/10

Stephen O’Dwyer limped the button with Q 10 , while Teun Mulder opted to check his option from the big blind with A 4 .

O’Dwyer improved to middle pair on the 10 8 K flop. Both players checked before the 8 paired the board on the turn. Mulder bet 100,000 and O’Dwyer called.

Mulder bet 100,000 again after the 5 river completed the board. O’Dwyer raised to 550,000. Mulder three-bet to 1,800,000 before O’Dwyer jammed for 4,975,000. Mulder folded and O’Dwyer extended his chip lead after some bold river action by both players.


Stephen O’Dwyer – 7.5 million
Teun Mulder – 2.5 million

O’Dwyer Takes the Lead 09.06.2022 19:17 by Jason Glatzer

Level 16: 50,000/100,000 (100,000)
Entries: 2/10

Stephen O'Dwyer
Stephen O’Dwyer

In a limped pot, Stephen O’Dwyer with J 6 check-raised from 100,000 to 400,000 after he hit top pair on the 9 J 4 flop. Mulder called with middle pair holding A 9 .

O’Dwyer bet 275,000 after the 4 paired the board on the turn and Mulder called. The 2 completed the board on the river. O’Dwyer fired out for 1,000,000. Mulder was able to get away to save some chips, but nonetheless, the chip lead went over to O’Dwyer, at least for now.


Stephen O’Dwyer – 5.3 million
Teun Mulder – 4.7 million

Full House for O’Dwyer 09.06.2022 19:10 by Jason Glatzer

Level 15: 40,000/80,000 (80,000)
Entries: 2/10

Teun Mulder opened for 220,000 from the button with Q J . Stephen O’Dwyer three-bet to 710,000 with 9 9 and Mulder called.

O’Dwyer nailed top set on the 9 2 5 flop and continued for 350,000. Mulder called and both players checked the 4 turn.

The 4 river paired the board to give O’Dwyer a full house. O’Dwyer checked again but Mulder didn’t fall for the trap and checked behind.

After the hand, the stacks were back to close to even.

Teun Mulder – 5.2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 4.8 million

partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller Final Table
partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller Final Table
Early Heads-Up Pot for Mulder 09.06.2022 18:57 by Jason Glatzer

Level 15: 40,000/80,000 (80,000)
Entries: 2/10

Stephen O’Dwyer opened for 200,000 from the button with Q 3 before he called a three-bet by Teun Mulder with Q 9 .

Mulder led out for 375,000 on the K K 7 flop and took down the pot after O’Dwyer folded.

Teun Mulder – 6.2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 3.8 million

partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller Heads-Up
partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller Heads-Up
O’Dwyer Eliminates Kulcsar on the Bubble 09.06.2022 18:39 by Jason Glatzer

Level 15: 40,000/80,000 (80,000)
Entries: 2/10

Gergely Kulscar
Gergely Kulscar

Gergely Kulcsár jammed for 580,000 from the button with J 7 and was called by Stephen O’Dwyer with K 3 from the big blind.

Kulcsar was unable to connect with the 10 Q 5 3 9 board and was eliminated on the bubble.

Mulder had a small edge to start heads-up play with both Mulder and O’Dwyer locking up €29,100. The winner will not only go home with a trophy but a €67,900€67,900 top prize. The tournament went on a short break before the heads-up battle began.

Teun Mulder – 5.5 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 4.5 million
Gergely Kulcsar – 0

Full House for O’Dwyer 09.06.2022 18:30 by Jason Glatzer

Level 14: 30,000/60,000 (60,000)
Entries: 3/10

Stephen O'Dwyer
Stephen O’Dwyer

Teun Mulder opened for 200,000 from the small blind with 7 7 before Stephen O’Dwyer called from the big blind with J 6 .

Mulder led out for 155,000 on the 6 3 Q flop and O’Dwyer called. The Q paired the board on the turn and O’Dwyer called a bet of 250,000 by Mulder.

The 6 river double-paired the board. Mulder led out for 125,000. O’Dwyer went into the tank before raising to 470,000 with his full house. Mulder folded and the pot was awarded to O’Dwyer.

The blinds increased to 40,000/80,000 (80,000) after the hand. Here is a look at the stacks at the start of Level 15.

PlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Teun MulderNetherlands6,220,00078
Stephen O’DwyerIreland2,800,00035
Gergely KulcsarHungary980,00012
Trips for O’Dwyer 09.06.2022 18:21 by Jason Glatzer

Level 14: 30,000/60,000 (60,000)
Entries: 3/10

Stephen O’Dwyer limped from the button with J 9 and Teun Mulder opted to check his option from the big blind with 10 7 .

Trips came O’Dwyer’s way after the Q 9 9 came on the flop. Mulder check-raised from 60,000 to 260,000 and O’Dwyer called.

Mulder laid off the gas and checked the 4 turn. O’Dwyer fired out for 230,000. Mulder, who was drawing dead, folded his hand and the dealer awarded O’Dwyer the pot.

Teun Mulder – 7.0 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 2.1 million

Updated Chip Counts 09.06.2022 18:12 by Jason Glatzer

The final three players are on the money bubble. Teun Mulder is in control with 71% of the chips in play. Here is a look at the chip counts.

PlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Teun MulderNetherlands7,090,000118
Stephen O’DwyerIreland1,750,00029
Gergely KulcsarHungary1,160,00019
Mulder Sends Cavailles Packing 09.06.2022 18:04 by Jason Glatzer

Level 14: 30,000/60,000 (60,000)
Entries: 3/10

Vincent Cavailles
Vincent Cavailles

Shortly after Jelle Moene hit the rail, Vincent Cavailles followed.

Cavailles open-jammed the cutoff for 1,070,000 with A 8 . Teun Mulder woke up with J J from the button and jammed over the top for 5,670,000.

The rest of the table folded and Cavailles, who began the final day with the chip lead, was out in fourth place short of the money after getting nowhere on the 6 2 Q Q 2 runout.

Teun Mulder – 6.9 million
Vincent Cavailles – 0

O’Dwyer Ousts Moene 09.06.2022 17:59 by Jason Glatzer

Level 14: 30,000/60,000 (60,000)
Entries: 4/10

Jelle Moene
Jelle Moene

Stephen O’Dwyer jammed the button with A 10 for 1,020,000 before Jelle Moene called off for 610,000 with K J from the small blind.

Moene bricked the 2 4 3 Q 3 runout to leave just four players remaining in the field.

Stephen O’Dwyer – 1.8 million
Jelle Moene – 0

Mulder Picks Off O’Dwyer’s Bluff 09.06.2022 17:56 by Jason Glatzer

Level 14: 30,000/60,000 (60,000)
Entries: 5/10

Teun Mulder opened for 200,000 from the small blind with A J and Stephen O’Dwyer defended his big blind with 5 3 .

Mulder check-called a bet of 115,000 by O’Dwyer, who flopped a flush draw on the 9 4 10 flop before the 4 paired the board on the turn. Both players checked and the Q river completed the board. Mulder checked before O’Dwyer fired out for 345,000 in hopes to steal the pot. That wasn’t meant to be as Mulder hero-called to win the pot.

Teun Mulder – 5.2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 1.1 million

Mulder Extends the Lead 09.06.2022 17:49 by Jason Glatzer

Level 13: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 5/10

Vincent Cavailles opened for 100,000 from the hijack with 10 10 before Teun Mulder three-bet to 300,000 with K 8 . From the cutoff.

Cavailles called to see the 5 3 6 flop. Mulder continued for 165,000 after Cavailles checked. Cavailles called and Mulder improved to top pair on the K turn.

Cavailles check-called a bet of 350,000 and the 3 paired the board on the river. Cavailles checked again and Mulder fired out big for 900,000. Cavailles was busy counting out his chips before he called moments later to get the bad news.

Teun Mulder – 5 million
Vincent Cavailles – 1.3 million

Everyone Loves a Chop 09.06.2022 17:42 by Jason Glatzer

Level 13: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 5/10

Vincent Cavailles opened for 125,000 from the cutoff with A J . Jelle Moene three-bet jammed for 590,000 with A 10 and Cavailles called.

The 8 8 4 7 [7 double-paired board didn’t get Moene ahead. But he was able to survive as a small stack thanks to the board running good enough for him to earn a chop.

Vincent Cavailles – 3 million
Jelle Moene – 600,000

Mulder Regains the Chip Lead 09.06.2022 17:38 by Jason Glatzer

Level 13: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 5/10

Teun Mulder got some chips back from Stephen O’Dwyer as follows.

Mulder opened or 100,000 from the cutoff with K 4 and O’Dwyer called with Q 10 from the button.

Mulder checked his flush draw on the 6 7 10 flop. O’Dwyer bet 80,000 with top pair and Mulder called. Both players checked the J turn and the K river. Mulder won the pot with a rivered top pair to regain the chip lead.

Teun Mulder – 3.2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 1.8 million

O’Dwyer Doubles Through Mulder with a Full House 09.06.2022 17:31 by Jason Glatzer

Level 13: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 5/10

Stephen O'Dwyer
Stephen O’Dwyer

Teun Mulder jammed the button for 3.8 million with Q J . Stephen O’Dwyer called off for 925,000 with A K from the small blind to create a heads-up pre flop showdown with O’Dwyer at risk.

The 6 K 2 flop put O’Dwyer miles ahead and he had Mulder drawing dead with trips after the K turn. As if that wasn’t enough, O’Dwyer ended the hand with a full house after the 6 river double-paired the board to earn a double-up against Mulder.

Meanwhile, Vincent Cavailles, who just won a sizable pot against Mulder, was in the chip lead after the hand.

Vincent Cavailles – 3.0 million
Teun Mulder – 2.9 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 2.0 million

Cavailles Cuts Into Mulder’s Chip Lead 09.06.2022 17:25 by Jason Glatzer

Level 13: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 5/10

Vincent Cavailles
Vincent Cavailles

Vincent Cavailles limped from the small blind with Q 5 before Teun Mulder jacked it up to 175,000 with 9 8 from the big blind. Cavailles boldly three-bet to 475,000 and Mulder called.

Cavailles improved to top pair on the 3 6 Q flop and fired out for 275,000 and Mulder called with some backdoors.

The 7 turn opened up a straight draw for Mulder. Cavailles checked. Mulder bet 300,000 and Cavailles called. Both players checked after the 6 river completed the board and Cavailles won the hand with top pair.

Teun Mulder – 3.9 million
Vincent Cavailles – 3.0 million

Mulder Ousts Korhs 09.06.2022 17:13 by Jason Glatzer

Level 13: 25,000/50,000 (50,000)
Entries: 5/10

Teun Mulder opened for 100,000 from the button with A J . Vitalijs Korhs three-bet jammed for 900,000 from the small blind with 3 3 and Mulder called.

The K 6 4 flop kept things at a coin flip with Mulder having two overcards and a flush draw.

The flush draw was completed after the 9 turn and Korhs was officially eliminated after the Q river completed the board.

Teun Mulder – 4.8 million
Vitalijs Korhs – 0

€68K for the Winner 09.06.2022 16:49 by Jason Glatzer

The payouts have just been reached with 10 entries generating a €97,000 prize pool. Tonight’s winner will walk away with €67,900, while the runner-up will go home with €29,100.

PlacePrize
1€67,900
2€29,100
Pictures From the High Holler Final Table 09.06.2022 16:30 by Arved Klöhn
O’Dwyer to Re-Enter on Break 09.06.2022 16:01 by Jason Glatzer

Level 12: 20K/40K (40K)
Entries: 6/10

Stephen O’Dwyer three-bet jammed for 110,000 and was called by Gergely Kulcsar.

Stephen O’Dwyer: 8 8
Gergely Kulcsar: A 10

O’Dwyer lost the flip after Kulczar’s ace found a partner on the A 7 Q 3 J runout. Players went on a break after the hand. O’Dwyer confirmed with PokerListings that he will re-enter on the break. Meanwhile, Latvia’s Vitalijs Korhs also got into action.

The final table will move to the TV table and be broadcasted on a 30-minute delay after the break. To avoid spoilers, PokerListings will report on the same delay.

PlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Teun MulderNetherlands3,495,00070
Vincent CavaillesFrance2,005,00040
Gergely KulcsarHungary1,760,00035
Stephen O’DwyerIreland1,000,00020
Vitalijs KorhsLatvia1,000,00020
Jelle MoeneNetherlands740,00015
Kulcsar Doubles Through O’Dwyer 09.06.2022 15:52 by Jason Glatzer

Level 12: 20K/40K (40K)
Entries: 5/8

Gergely Kulcsar got his stack in with sevens and doubled up against O’Dwyer who held fours.

Gergely Kulcsar – 2.2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 400,000

Kulcsar Joins the Action 09.06.2022 15:37 by Jason Glatzer

Level 12: 20K/40K (40K)
Entries: 5/8

Gregely Kulcsar joined the action to bring the field up to eight entries with five players remaining.

Mulder Eliminates Derwiche 09.06.2022 15:27 by Jason Glatzer

Level 11: 15K/35K (35K)
Entries: 4/7

Shortly after Imad Derwiche lost most of his stack, he lost the rest when he got it in unsuccessfully with jack-five against Mulder’s ace-jack.

Teun Mulder – 3.8 million
Imad Derwiche – 0

Moene Doubles Through Derwiche 09.06.2022 15:24 by Jason Glatzer

Level 11: 15K/35K (35K)
Entries: 5/7

Jelle Moene
Jelle Moene

Jelle Moene opened for 70,000 from the cutoff and was called by Imad Derwiche from the button. Moane bet 35,000 on the 4 8 8 flop. Derwiche jammed and Moane called off for 370,000.

Jelle Moene: A 8
Imad Derwiche: Q 9

“Nice flop for me,” said Moene.

Derwiche was unable to get past Moane’s trips after the 9 turn and 6 river completed the board and was down to fumes after the hand.

Jelle Moene – 1 million
Imad Derwiche – 200,000

Early Jam by Derwiche 09.06.2022 15:05 by Jason Glatzer

Level 11: 15K/35K (35K)
Entries: 5/7

Teun Mulder opened for 70,000 from the cutoff. Imad Derwiche, who just entered moments ago, three-bet to 285,000 from the big blind and Mulder called. Derwiche jammed for about 700,000 after the 3 3 J came on the flop. Mulder gave up on the hand with a snap-fold and the dealer awarded Derwiche the pot.

Teun Mulder – 3.5 million
Imad Derwiche – 1.4 million

Derwiche Makes it Seven 09.06.2022 14:57 by Jason Glatzer

Level 11: 15K/35K (35K)
Entries: 5/7

Imad Derwiche joined the action to bring the field up to seven players with five players remaining.

Mulder With More than Half the Chips on the Break 09.06.2022 14:46 by Jason Glatzer

Teun Mulder led the way on the break. Here is a look at the chip counts at the break.

PlayerCountryChips
Teun MulderNetherlands3,873,000
Vincent CavaillesFrance1,257,000
Jelle MoeneNetherlands470,000
Stephen O’DwyerIreland400,000
First Break 09.06.2022 14:35 by Jason Glatzer

Level 10: 10K/30K (30K)
Entries: 4/6

Players are on their first short break of Day 2. There will be two more levels of late registration and shortly after the prize pool and payouts will be announced.

Gieles Loses His Stack to Mulder 09.06.2022 14:17 by Jason Glatzer

Level 9: 10K/25K (25K)
Entries: 4/6

Luuk Gieles
Luuk Gieles

Luuk Gieles just lost his stack in a hand that took about 10 minutes to play out. The hand began with Gieles opening for 50,000 from the cutoff and Mulder defending his big blind.

Mulder check-raised from 45,000 to 200,000 after the 9 A 3 rolled out on the flop. Gieles called before also calling a bet of 400,000 on the 10 turn. The 8 river completed the board. Mulder jammed for more than the 700,0000 Gieles had behind. Gieles went into the tank before he found a call. Mulder showed A 9 for two pair. Gieles turned over A 6 and Gieles hit the rail at least for now.

Teun Mulder – 2.8 million
Luuk Gieles – 1 million

Top Pair Good for Mulder 09.06.2022 13:57 by Jason Glatzer

Level 9: 10K/25K (25K)
Entries: 5/6

Teun Mulder three-bet to 225,000 from the big blind and was called by Stephen O’Dwyer from under the gun. O’Dwyer called a bet by Mulder for 50,000 on the A 9 6 flop before both players checked down the Q turn and the 6 river.

Mulder showed A 7 and won the hand after O’Dwyer mucked.

Teun Mulder – 2 million
Stephen O’Dwyer – 700,000

O’Dwyer Joins the Action 09.06.2022 13:53 by Jason Glatzer

Level 9: 10K/25K (25K)
Entries: 5/6

As expected, Stephen O’Dwyer, who bagged a healthy stack in yesterday’s Day 1a of the Main Event, has joined the action.

Here’s a look at the updated chip counts for the five players.

PlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Teun MulderNetherlands1,500,00060
Jelle MoeneNetherlands1,500,00060
Vincent CavaillesFrance1,400,00056
Stephen O’DwyerIreland1,000,00040
Luuk GielesNetherlands600,00024
Eight-Kicker in Play as Moene Doubles Through Mulder 09.06.2022 13:42 by Jason Glatzer

Level 9: 10K/25K (25K)
Entries: 4/5

Jelle Moane
Jelle Moane

Jelle Moene opened for 105,000 from under the gun with 170,000 still behind. Teun Mulder jammed from the big blind and Moane snap-called off the rest of his stack.

Jelle Moene: A 8
Teun Mulder: A 5

The 7 4 J J K rolled out on the board. Moene’s eight-kicker was in play to win the hand and to double through Mulder.

Teun Mulder – 1.8 million
Jelle Moene – 600,000

Mulder Catches Cavailles’ Bluff 09.06.2022 13:32 by Jason Glatzer

Level 8: 10K/20K (20K)
Entries: 4/5

Teun Mulder
Teun Mulder

Vincent Cavailles from the small blind limp-called a bet of 70,000 by Teun Mulder from the big blind. Both players checked the 9 6 2 flop before Cavailles led out for 200,000 on the 5 turn. Mulder called both this bet and another for 375,000 after the 3 completed the board on the river.

Cavailles showed Q 8 for queen high which wasn’t near enough to beat the two pair flopped by Mulder with 9 2 .

Teun Mulder – 1.8 million
Vincent Cavailles – 1.4 million

Small Ball 09.06.2022 13:27 by Jason Glatzer

Level 8: 10K/20K (20K)
Entries: 4/5

There haven’t been fireworks or any game-changing pots early on for Day 2 of the High Roller near the end of Level 8. This is often the case in a deep-structure event such as the partypoker MILLIONS Europe High Roller.

Cards in the Air 09.06.2022 13:07 by Jason Glatzer

The four players that advanced from Day 1 are in their seats and the first hand has been dealt. A few players have said they plan to join a little later.

Final Day of the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10K High Roller 09.06.2022 12:07 by Jason Glatzer
Vincent Cavailles
Vincent Cavailles

Welcome to the second and final day of the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10,300 High Roller at Casino Barcelona.

The first day attracted five entries with four players surviving after seven levels of play. France’s Vincent Cavailles (2,396,000) leads the way with a trio of Dutch players in Teun Mulder (1,677,000), Luuk Gieles (516,000), and Jelle Moene(411,000) also in the mix.

The field is expected to grow with re-entries permitted during the first five levels of play on Day 2. New players will start with a huge stack of 1,000,000 in chips, which equates to 50 big blinds with the action starting off with blinds at 10,000/20,000 (20,000). Blinds will increase every 30 minutes until the official final table is reached. At this point, the floor last night announced that the blinds will increase to 40 minutes.

The High Roller will be streamed on the partypokerTV Twitch and YouTube channels after late-registration is closed until a winner is crowned. Of. course, we have made it easier for you as you can also watch it here while reading our coverage by clicking on the Stream tab in the blog.

High Roller Chip Counts

PlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Vincent CavaillesFrance2,396,000120
Teun MulderNetherlands1,677,00084
Luuk GielesNetherlands516,00026
Jelle MoeneNetherlands411,00021

PokerListings will be on the floor from start to the finish of the final day of the High Roller starting when cards are in the air at 1 p.m. CEST. Stay tuned to see who will win the trophy!

Vincent Cavailles Bags partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10K High Roller Day 1 Chip Lead 09.06.2022 02:43 by Jason Glatzer
Vincent Cavailles
Vincent Cavailles

France’s Vincent Cavailles will head into the second and final day of the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10,300 High Roller after parlaying his opening stack of 1 million in chips to nearly 2.4 million.

Cavailles entered the tournament with more than $300,000 in live tournament earnings as tracked by The Hendon Mob and was the only player of the tidy field of five entries to late-register on Day 1.

Three other players, all from the Netherlands, also found a bag on the opening day including Teun Mulder (1,677,000), Luuk Gieles (516,000), and Jelle Moene (411,000).

Estonian chess grandmaster and high-stakes poker tournament player Ottomar Ladva was less fortunate than this bunch as he wasn’t able to make it past Level 4. Ladva first ran into a Gieles’ flush before suffering a bad beat for the rest of his stack when his cowboys didn’t hold against tens with all the chips in the pot before the flop.

While Ladva opted not to re-enter on Day 1, he may decide to hop into the action on Thursday’s Day 2 with late registration open for the first five levels of the day. The field is expected to grow on Day 2 with a handful of players already confirming they will hop into the action including Steve O’Dwyer.

A televised feature table will also be broadcasted on Day 2 on the partypokerTV YouTube and Twitch channels. It is expected to go live on delay with hole cards exposed after late registration is closed.

End of Day 1 Chip Counts

PlayerCountryChipsBig Blinds
Vincent CavaillesFrance2,396,000120
Teun MulderNetherlands1,677,00084
Luuk GielesNetherlands516,00026
Jelle MoeneNetherlands411,00021

PokerListings will be back tomorrow to report the High Roller from the beginning of the day until a winner is crowned starting at 1 p.m. CEST. Blinds will begin at 10,000/20,000 with a big blind ante of 20,000 and increase every 30 minutes until the final table is reached at which point there will be 40-minute blind levels the rest of the way. Stay tuned to see who will win the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10K High Roller at Casino Barcelona.

End-of-Day 1 Chip Counts 09.06.2022 01:53 by Jason Glatzer

Players have bagged and tagged their chips. Vincent Cavailles was easily the chip leader with nearly as many chips as his three Dutch opponents in Teun Mulder, Luuk Gieles, and Jelle Moene combined. Here is a look at the final Day 1 chip counts with more players expected including Steve O’Dwyer to get into the action with late registration open for the first five blind levels of Day 2.

PlayerChipsBig Blinds
Vincent Cavailles2,396,000120
Teun Mulder1,677,00084
Luuk Gieles516,00026
Jelle Moene411,00021

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Final Three Hands 09.06.2022 01:42 by Jason Glatzer

The floor just announced to the players in the High Roller that there will be three more hands on Day 1 before the end of the day.

Final Day 1 Blind Level Begins 09.06.2022 01:28 by Jason Glatzer

The blinds have increased to 9,000/18,000 with a big blind ante of 18,000. After this blind level, players will bag their stacks into Day 2, which will kick off tomorrow at 1 p.m. CEST.

Moene Fades a Spade to Double Through Cavailles 09.06.2022 01:28 by Jason Glatzer

Level 6: 8,000/16,000 (16,000)
Entries: 4/5

Jelle Moene opened for 40,000 from the cutoff. Vincent Cavailles three-bet to 125,000 from the small blind and Moene called. Cavailles fired out for 65,000 on the 3 8 6 flop and Moene called. The 2 turn brought some action with Cavailles jamming his big stack. Moene called off for 353,000 and the players turned over their hands.

Jelle Moene: 6 6
Vincent Cavailles: K 5

Moene had a set but still needed to fade a spade to stay alive. The K river didn’t get the job done for Cavailles as he doubled up Moene near the end of the night.

Vincent Cavailles – 2 million
Jelle Moene – 1 million

Updated Chip Counts 09.06.2022 01:13 by Jason Glatzer

Vincent Cavailles has extended his chip lead and has more than half the chips in play. Cavailles has shown aggression both preflop and postflop and hasn’t been getting much resistance during the last blind level.

PlayerChips
Vincent Cavailles2,700,000
Teun Mulder1,200,000
Jelle Moene700,000
Luuk Gieles400,000
Cavailles Takes the Lead 09.06.2022 00:46 by Jason Glatzer

Level 5: 7,000/14,000 (14,000)
Entries: 4/5

Vincent Cavailles bet 75,000 into a pot of a bit more with the 2 Q 3 A on the board. Teun Mulder raised to 300,000 and Cavailles called. Cavailles fired out for 575,000 after the 8 river completed the board. Mulder snap-folded, which was good enough to give Cavailles the chip lead.

Vincent Cavailles – 1.9 million
Teun Mulder – 1.3 million

Gieles Doubles Through Moene 09.06.2022 00:40 by Jason Glatzer

Level 5: 7,000/14,000 (14,000)
Entries: 4/5

Jelle Moene limped from the small blind before he called a raise to 38,000 by Luuk Gieles from the big blind. Moene check-called for 27,000 on the 9 3 3 flop before check-calling again for 40,000 on the 2 turn. The 7 river completed the board and Moene checked again. Gieles jammed for 163,000 and Moene snap-called only to muck his hand after Gieles turned over Q 10 for a flush.

Jelle Moene – 1.2 million

Luuk Gieles – 550,000

Cavailles Rivers a Flush 09.06.2022 00:31 by Jason Glatzer

Level 5: 7,000/14,000 (14,000)
Entries: 4/5

Luuk Gieles opened for 40,000 from the small blind and was called by Vincent Cavailles from the big blind. Gieles fired out for 51,000 on the 10 9 3 flop. Cavailles jacked it up to 125,000 and Gieles called. Both players checked the 10 turn before Gieles checked again on the A river. Cavailles fired out for 325,000. Gieles called and mucked his hand after Cavailles turned over K J for the flush.

Vincent Cavailles – 1.6 million
Luuk Gieles – 400,000

Mulder Leads at the Break 09.06.2022 00:19 by Jason Glatzer
PlayerChipsBig Blinds
Vincent Cavailles1,070,00076
Teun Mulder1,680,000120
Jelle Moene1,420,000101
Luuk Gieles830,00059
Break Time 09.06.2022 00:11 by Jason Glatzer

Players are on a quick 10-minute break. Day 1 will feature three more blind levels before the remaining players bag and tag into tomorrow’s Day 2. Expect plenty of new names with late registration remaining open for five levels to start tomorrow.

Meanwhile, massage time is over for Mulder with Jelle Moene picking up the tab.

Bad Beat for Ladva with Cowboys 08.06.2022 23:53 by Jason Glatzer

Level 4: 6,000/12,000 (12,000)
Entries: 4/5

Ottomar Ladva opened for 24,000 from the cutoff. Vincent Cavailles three-bet jammed from the big blind and Ladva called off for his stack of 108,000.

Ottomar Ladva: K K
Vincent Cavailles: 10 10

Ladva had the dominating hand when the chips went in but his hand was quickly behind after Cavailles nailed a set on the 10 8 Q flop. Neither the 2 turn nor the J river was able to save Ladva and said “good game” as he left the tournament area.

Vincent Cavailles – 1.1 million
Ottomar Ladva – 0

Mulder Appears Relaxed 08.06.2022 23:40 by Jason Glatzer

Level 4: 6,000/12,000 (12,000)
Entries: 5/5

Blinds have just increased to 6,000/12,000 with a big blind ante of 12,000. While all players appear comfortable, nobody appears more relaxed than Teun Mulder who has been receiving a relaxing massage for more than 90 minutes.

Not Too Many Flops 08.06.2022 23:34 by Jason Glatzer

Level 3: 5,000/11,000 (11,000)
Entries: 5/5

Stacks have stayed a bit the same during Level 3 with not too many flops being seen. Jelle Moene still leads with about 1.6 million in chips while Ottomar Ladva is down to 250,000 in chips. The other three players are all near the 1 million chip starting stack.

Flush for Moene 08.06.2022 23:10 by Jason Glatzer

Level 2: 5,000/10,000 (10,000)
Entries: 5/5

Ottomar Ladva check-called a bet of 150,000 by Jelle Moene with a bit more in the pot on the turn with the 8 J 9 6 on the board. The 10 river put a straight on the board. Ladva checked and Moene fired out for 450,000. Ladva called and mucked his hand after Moene turned over Q 2 for a flopped flush.

Jelle Moene – 1.7 million
Ottomar Ladva – 350,000

Cavailles Joins the Field 08.06.2022 23:05 by Jason Glatzer

Level 2: 5,000/10,000 (10,000)
Entries: 5/5

Vincent Cavailles joined the field to bring the count up to five entries. Meanwhile, Steve O’Dwyer visited the High Roller area and was asked by the players if he was joining. We will have to wait for his appearance as he shared that he was still in the Main Event.

Moene Gives Up on the River 08.06.2022 22:42 by Jason Glatzer

Level 1: 5,000/10,000 (10,000)
Entries: 4/4

Jelle Moene check-called a bet of 80,000 by Luuk Gieles with the 6 2 4 3 on the board after the turn. Moene checked again after the 8 river completed the board. Gieles fired out for 365,000 and took down the pot about a minute later after Moene folded.

Luuk Gieles – 1,000,000
Jelle Moene – 750,000

Mulder Jams the Turn 08.06.2022 22:34 by Jason Glatzer

Level 1: 5,000/10,000 (10,000)
Entries: 4/4

Teun Mulder is above a starting stack after taking down a hand as follows. Luuk Gieles opened for 30,000 from the small blind and Mulder called. Mulder called a bet of 21,000 on the 4 8 3 flop before the 9 was dealt on the turn. Gieles check-raised from 33,000 to 235,000. Mulder paused for about a minute before he jammed for about 800,000. Gieles gave up on the hand with a fold shortly after.

Teun Mulder – 1.1 million
Luuk Gieles – 750,000

Early Pot for Ladva 08.06.2022 22:24 by Jason Glatzer

Level 1: 5,000/10,000 (10,000)
Entries: 4/4

Ottomar Ladva opened for 25,000 from under the gun. Teun Mulder defended his big blind and the duo saw the Q K 9 flop.

Mulder check-called a bet of 20,000 before both players checked the Q turn. Mulder led out for 20,000 after the K double-paired the board. Ladva went into the tank before he raised to 125,000. A couple of minutes later, Mulder folded to give Ladva an early pot.

Ottomar Ladva – 1.2 million
Teun Mulder – 900,000

High Roller Begins 08.06.2022 22:11 by Jason Glatzer

Level 1: 5,000/10,000 (10,000)
Entries: 4/4

The High Roller has just kicked off with four players in the field.

The tournament director announced a change in structure. The blind levels will be 30 minutes instead of 40 minutes long until the final table. Day 1 will feature seven levels instead of nine levels.

Tuen Mulder, Ottomar Ladva, Jelle Moene, and Luuk Gieles are the early entrants.

Teun Mulder – 1,000,000
Ottomar Ladva – 1,000,000
Jelle Moene – 1,000,000
Luuk Gieles – 1,000,000

High Roller Delayed 08.06.2022 20:09 by Jason Glatzer

There is a delayed start to the High Roller, which is more than common for events with five-figure buy-ins. Stay tuned for an update on the start time.

The floor has been informing the interested players that it will start at 9:30 p.m. at the earliest.

Welcome to the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10K High Roller 08.06.2022 13:05 by Jason Glatzer
partypoker MILLIONS Europe

The partypoker MILLIONS is officially back with a bang. The luxurious Casino Barcelona is hosting the partypoker MILLIONS Europe from June 2-12 with nine massive events with buy-ins ranging from €1,100 to €25,750 and phased satellites starting at just €55.

PokerListings will kick off the coverage of this amazing festival with the two-day partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10,300 High Roller starting this evening at 8 p.m. CEST. Our coverage will move onto the partypoker MILLIONS Europe €5,300 Main Event also starting its first live flight today. Many players have already qualified for Saturday’s Day 2 through the Online Day 1 hosted at partypoker on May 29 leading up to the live portion of the festival.

partypoker MILLIONS Europe €10K High Roller Structure

Players will kick off the High Roller with a 100 big blind stack of 1,000,000 in chips. The entire event will feature 40-minute blind levels with players bagging up into Day 2 after nine levels of play.

Depending on how deep their pockets are, players will have unlimited chances to build a monster stack with not only re-entries permitted throughout Day 1 but also during the first three blind levels of Day 2. This is not to mention the deep blind structure, especially on Day 1 with new players on Day 2 starting with a decent stack of 33 big blinds.

High Roller Day 1 Blind Levels

LevelSmall BlindBig BlindBB Ante
15,00010,00010,000
25,00010,00010,000
35,00011,00011,000
46,00012,00012,000
57,00014,00014,000
68,00016,00016,000
79,00018,00018,000
810,00020,00020,000
912,00025,00025,000

Day 2 will kick off on Thursday at 1 p.m. and play down to a winner in front of a televised audience with partypoker streaming the final day at the partypokerTV Twitch channel and the partypokerTV YouTube channel with hosts Henry Kilbane and Melissa Schubert.

Stay tuned at PokerListings for the biggest hands, photos, bad beats, and more as we bring the partypoker MILLIONS Europe straight to your doorstep as soon as the High Roller kicks off at 8 p.m.

In the meantime, you can check out the action from yesterday’s conclusion of the partypoker MILLION$ Europe €2,200 Warm Up in the video below.

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