43 players have entered the PLO HI/LO so far, with one player busting out so far.
WSOPC Tallinn 2023 Live Blog
WSOPC Ring Event #9 has begun in Tallinn, being the €660 PLO HI/LO tournament. So far, 31 players are registered.
Even though we will focus maily on day 2 of the €1 500 Main Event, we will bring you live updates from the €660 PLO Hi-Lo ring event which starts at 14:00. There is also the €350 Texas NLH Online Ring Event which is played on Olybet at 20:00 tonight.
It was around 4 am last night when Norway’s Jon Kyte won the €1 100 PLOC WSOPC Tallinn Ring Event! Except the ring, Jon also collected the paycheck of €34 780.
As chip leader Jon Kyte knocks out Mohammad Halafi in 18th place, the remaining 17 players are now in the money!
17 players are left in the PLO 4&5 Event. When 16 players, a full redraw and chip count will be made by the tournament officials.
For the 22 remaining players in the €1 100 PLO, seat draw and chip count is as follows:
|1||Nurmisto, Niki Juhani||154 000|
|2||Kalenius, Jari Petteri||243 000|
|3||Svanberg, Markus Elof||399 000|
|4||Knaapinen Matias Manuel||150 000|
|5||Parkkinen, Seppo Paavo||187 000|
|7||Lehto, Kai E. J.||134 000|
|8||Kokko, Olli Johannes||210 000|
|1||Koistinen, Jose M. H.||97 000|
|2||Okada, Ken||90 000|
|3||Pihela, (Jr) Igor||259 000|
|4||Halafi, Mohammed H. S.||189 000|
|5||Koplimaa, Markku||145 000|
|6||Kyte, Jon Kristian||668 000|
|7||Koivurinne, Riku Matias||148 000|
|8||Helppi, Juha Ilmari||137 000|
|2||Petrovs, Vladislavs||97 000|
|3||Rummukainen, Olli Juhani||44 000|
|4||Kurko, Kimmo Matias||116 000|
|5||Antikainen, Henri Ilmari||131 000|
|6||Peltoniemi, Janne Petteri||270 000|
|7||Leinonen, Santtu Kalevi||106 000|
|8||Grönvik, Mikael||200 000|
45 contendants for the WSOPC Ring returned to the €1 100 PLO 4&5 after the dinner break. The tournament will see its champion being crowned tonight.
When three tables remain, a seat draw and chip count will be made and we will start to follow the event until it is finished.
The €1 100 PLO 4&5 players are now on a one hour dinner break. 46 players are still in, and it’s possible to register for the tournament during the break. Norways Jon Kyte is currently chiplead with around 275k.
58 players remaining in the PLO 4&5! We will continue to update from the event from time to time, but when we are down to the final two tables (and flight 1B of Main Event has ended), we will follow the PLO 4&5 action very closely!
So far, 72 players have entered the €1 100 PLO 4&5. 58 players are remaining, one of them being Aki Pyysing, who finished third in the €1 100 Texas NLH earlier this week.
13 players have registered in the PLO4&5 so far. The late registration period will close after the dinner break following level 10, and the aim to finish the tournament today.
The “results” tab has been updated with the €660 Mystery Bounty payouts.
Yusuke Tanaka looked down at A Q and went All In preflop. Unlucky for him, Estonia’s Ranno Sootla held A K and quickly called.
With the board revealing 10 J 10 7 2 , the tournament is over: Ranno Sootla is the winner of the €660 Mystery Bounty WSOPC Tallinn Ring Event!
Dream spot for Vilius Zabarauskas as he finds the A Q in the Small Blind. However, Ranno Sootia looks down at J J in the Big Blind and calls Vilius’ All In bet.
We see a 7 J 9 Q 4 board and Vilius Zabarauskas is out in third place.
|1.||Raano Sootla||2,6M (51BB)|
|2.||Yusuke Tanaka||1,8M (35BB)|
|3.||Vilius Zabaraouskas||600K (12BB)|
Urmo Velvelt puts in his last Big Blind from Under the Gun with A 8 . He gets called by Yusuke Tanaka from the Button 6 4 and Vilius Zabaraouskas J 3 from the Small Blind.
This is when Raano Sootla finds J J in the Big Blind and raises to 325k. Yusuke and Vilius folds.
The board runs out 10 4 9 8 5 and Urmo Velvelt is out in 4th place.
We’re playing blinds 25k/50k. Raano Sootla (1,1M) calls from the Small Blind with 7 6 . Urmo Velvelt plays 1M and raises from the Big Blind to 175k with A 10 . Raano then shoves and gets snap-called by Urmo.
The board runs out 9 5 5 6 6 and Sootla doubles up.
Yusuke Tanaka plays 1,5M on blinds 15k/30k and finds K 9 on the Cut-Off. He raises it up to 60k and Vilius Zabarauskas (who also has 1,5M in chips) calls from the button with Q Q .
The blinds get out of the way and we’re treated with the A J 3 flop. Yusuke bets 70k into the 195k pot and Vilius calls.
The turn is another ace, the A . Yusuke keeps on betting and puts in 125k. Vilius isn’t going anywhere with the queens and calls once again.
The river is the 10 and Yusuke showes his 1,3m into the 585k pot. Vilius did not find the call and Yusuke takes it down. Andreas Höglund screams “what a move!” from the commentator’s booth.
The late registration period of the €555 Eight Game Event is still open for about one hour. 56 of the so far 64 registered players are still in.
Marco attempts to limp in from the Small Blind with A 9 . Yusuke Tanaka wakes up with A Q in the Big Blind and re-raises. Marco won’t be pushed around and moves All In. He gets called by Yusuke.
The board is quite the rollercoaster ride with J 9 4 Q J and Marco goes out in 5th place.
After defending 4 2 from the Big Blind against Urmo Velvelt’s opening from the button, Yusuke Tanaka flops a straight at 6 3 5 . The board ran out 7 5 and Yusuke got some decent value being called on the turn, before Urmo folded to the river value bet.
Björne Lindberg had 6 Big Blinds when he went all in with A 5 . He got called by Urmo Velvelt who held 6 6 .
We got to see J 8 K 4 4 and we say goodbye to Björne in 6th place.
Martin Sedlak went all in with 4 4 from the Button, getting called by Marco Baglioni with 5 5 from the Big Blind.
The board 8 9 10 3 K did not help Martin and he is out in 7th.
Yanis Sahli is the first one to exit from the €660 Mystery Bounty.
There is three-way All In action between Yanis 10 10 , Yusuke Tanaka A Q and big stack Vilius Zabarauskas 6 6 . The board 5 K Q 3 9 sees Yusuke collecting Yanis bounty and we are now seven players remaining.
We have eight players on the final table of the €660 Mystery Bounty Ring Event!
|1.||Marco Baglioni||250 000|
|2.||Yusuke Tamaka||275 000|
|3.||Vilius Zabarauskas||1 490 000|
|4.||Yanis Sahli||210 000|
|5.||Björne Lindberg||220 000|
|6.||Ranno Sootia||1 185 000|
|7.||Urmo Velvelt||945 000|
|8.||Martin Sedlak||345 000|
There are currently 10 players remaining in the €660 Mystery Bounty:
|Sedlak, Martin Michael|
|Sahli, Yanis Mehdi|
|Lindberg, Björne Stefan|
Björne Lindberg finds himself All In pre-flop three-ways holding the K K . He’s up against A 8 and A 9 , and is a huge favourite for a 1,5M pot! The flop 3 A 6 though otherwise and Björne didn’t improve after the board ran out 7 10 .
Except for the Mystery Envelopes, the biggest one containing €10 000, these are the payouts for top 16:
Play recently commenced in the €660 Mystery Bounty with the following players:
|Sedlak, Martin Michael|
|Sahli, Yanis Mehdi|
|Lindberg, Björn Stefan|
|Ikonen, Pekka Samuli|
|Suokas, Jarkko Juhani|
|Chun, Jun Beum|
|Väisänen, Henri Mikael|
|Holmberg, Joel O. I.|
Ring Event number seven, €555 8-Game, has officially begun with 38 players registered so far.
We’re down to 16 players in the €660 Mystery Bounty, which means two things: a complete table redraw will be made, and the 9 players who busted in day 2 will draw a mystery envelope for the tombola. The biggest envelope contains €10 000.
We are now ITM in the €660 Mystery Bounty!
On table 11, Joel Holmberg goes all in from the Hi-jack. It folds to Kriss Riekstins who goes all in with his even shorter stack.
Joel: J 10
Kriss: Q J
Joel spikes the flush on the 3 A 4 Q A board and Kriss is eliminated. However, there was a bust over at table 12 simultaneously, so two players share the 20th place payout.
|1.||Zabarauskas, Vilius||501 000|
|2.||Suokas, Jarkko Juhani||359 000|
|3.||Sootla, Ranno||345 000|
|4.||Chun, Jun Beum||323 000|
|5.||Tanaka, Yusuke||301 000|
|6.||Bielskis, Andrius||284 000|
|7.||Wahl, Sebastian||284 000|
|8.||Sahli, Yanis Mehdi||224 000|
|9.||Martinez, Ucero Jesus||223 000|
|10.||Norkus, Stanislovas||212 000|
|11.||Holmberg, Joel O. I.||199 000|
|12.||Väisänen, Henri Mikael||171 000|
|13.||Pastor De Ramon, Josep||168 000|
|14.||Ostrowski, Dominik||163 000|
|15.||Tarmi, Roope O. O.||159 000|
|16.||Ikonen, Pekka Samuli||156 000|
|17.||Sedlak, Martin Michael||124 000|
|18.||Velvelt, Urmo||119 000|
|19.||Meckovskis, Vladimiras||114 000|
|20.||Metsla, Mark||101 000|
|21.||Lindberg, Björne Stefan||99 000|
|22.||Rumba, Roberts||93 000|
|23.||Baglioni, Marco||60 000|
|24.||Riekstins, Kriss||49 000|
|25.||Riskevicius, Alius||32 000|
It’s Tuesday the 19th and the first day of the Main Event! Today, we will follow all three Ring Events: the conclusion of the €660 Mystery Bounty, the €555 8 Game, and of course, day 1A of the €1 500 Main Event.
Except our live reporting here, we’re also doing live footage on our social media; make sure you follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!
Play in the €660 Mystery has concluded for the day, seeing 25 players getting some sleep before day 2 tomorrow at 12:00. The players are not yet ITM (20 will be), but tomorrow the “mystery envelopes” are introduced for the 25 remaining: bust and claim you envelope! The biggest envelope will contain a €10 000 paycheck.
Igor Pihela showed J 10 and gets called by Kaur Ajamaa’s 2 2 . We have a huge flip!
The board reads 9 6 4 3 9 and that settles it: Kaur Ajamaa is the winner of the €350 WSOPC Tallinn Ring Event!
After Kaor Ajamaa min-raised from the Button, Michela Tocci jams A 7 from the Small Blind. Igor Pihela Sr. folds from the Big Blind before Kaor calls with K J and we go to the flop.
The board runs out J 8 4 2 7 and Michela is eliminated. We are now Heads Up!
Rafael Lategui beats Aleksandr Arutjunov in the Heads Up of the €555 Deuce to Seven Ring Event and is the winner of the event! For this, he takes home €6 300!
Both players “stand pat” on the last round. Rafael held 8 7 5 4 3 and Aleksandr 9 8 5 4 2 .
Let’s have an overview of what’s left for today: we’re Heads Up in the €555 Deuce to Seven, we’re three-handed in the €350, and then we also have the €660 Mystery Bounty.
The last mentioned one currently has 150 people registered, with latereg lasting for maybe 30 more minutes.
All of these tournaments are Ring Events.
After todays action, we will update the “result” tab with all Ring Events finished thus far.
In the €555 Deuce to Seven Ring-Event, Petteri Kalenius has recently busted and Heads Up will now commence between Rafael Rategui and Aleksandr Arutjunov.
Unfortunately we missed the action, but we see Merida Tanel leave the €350 Ring Event in 4th place, cashing €6 400.
Three players are now remaining, playing for the WSOPC Ring.
The short-stacked Joshua Stewart finds himself all in with 2 5 against Tocci Michele’s Q 10 . The board runs out 6 8 4 K J and Joshua is eliminated.
Vilius Zabarauskas is eliminated from the €350 in 6th place, but he is €4 349 wealthier.
Norwegian’s Nils Kollandsrud busted in 7th place. He takes home €3 600.
Dominik Ostrowski shoves from UTG+2. He gets called by Kaur Ajamaa.
Kaur: J A
Dominik: K Q
The board reveals 10 J 5 J 10 and Dominik takes home €2 900 for his 8th place finish.
Joshua Stewart opens UTG+2. Kaur Ajamaa shoves from the Hi-Jack for about 1M (blinds 25k/50k). Joshua calls.
Joshua has A K and Kaur A K . No one hits the flush and the chop the pot.
Evely Pihela is the first player to bust from the final table. She moves All In from UTG with roughly 250k (blinds 25k/50k) holding K 5 . Joshua Stewart calls from the Big Blind with A 10 and we head to the flop.
A 9 8 2 K sees Evely being eliminated.
Viljus Zabarauskas moves all in from the Cut-Off with K 10 and gets called by Dominik Ostrowski in the Big Blind who holds A 9 .
Viljus wasn’t far from a Royal Straight Flush on the 2 6 J Q A , but an ordinary straight was enough to win the hand.
Kimmo Kurko leaves the event in 4th place, as he lost to fellow Finn Petteri Kalenius.
Petteri stand pat before the last draw with 8 7 6 3 2 . Kimmos 9 7 5 4 2 was not good enough to extend his tournament life.
|1.||Igor Pihela Sr.||1 110 000|
|2.||Joshua Stewart||1 065 000|
|3.||Evely Pihela||475 000|
|4.||Kaur Ajamaa||1 005 000|
|5.||Vilius Zabarauskas||435 000|
|6.||Tanel Merida||875 000|
|7.||Michele Tocci||1 400 000|
|8.||Dominik Ostrowski||865 000|
|9.||Nils Kollandsrud||410 000|
With Martin Piik busting out in 10th, we have nine players left and a final table. We will return with the new seat draw as soon as possible.
The €350 Ring Event will not see a Finnish player taking the title, as the nation’s lasst hope Juho Härkönen busted out in 10th. 10 players are left.
Even though there’s still 11 players left in the €350 Ring Event, let’s take a look at what the top 9 players will fight for:
Juho Heiska has busted the €555 Deuce to Seven WSOPC Ring Event in 5th place.
It’s up to Nils Kollandsrud, if the €350 WSOPC Ring will see a Norwegian owner. He doubled up his short stack just before the break with K Q against Q J . The flop brought a scare with 5 8 7 , but after turn and river revealed 7 K , Nils could breathe out and is one of the remaining 11 players.
We visit one of the two remaining tables in the €350, when Topi Palenius moves all in from UTG with 90k. Chipleader Kaur Ajamaa calls from UTG+1, before Jonas Ruginis moves All In from the Button. Kaur folds and we go to showdown.
Topi: J 8
Jonas: A Q
The board runs out 8 Q K K K .
This saw Topi leaving us in 14th place.
We are now down at two 8-handed tables in the €350 Ring Event.
We’re on the bubble for two tables. Vilius Zabarauskas has one of the biggest stacks.
The five remaining players in the Deuce to Seven-event har competing for the following:
Janne Nevalainen was the first person to bust from the €555 Deuce to Seven Ring Event Final Table.
In the €350 Ring Event, we are down to the final three tables.
There is a third WSOPC Ring Event today, that being the €660 Mystery Bounty. 45 players are currently registered in the tournament.
Several people already busted out of the €350 NLH Ring Event. 27 players are still fighting for the third WSOPC Ring of the week.
We will also follow the final table from the €555 Deuce to Seven-event which begins in just a minute with the following players:
|Juho Heiska||329 500||1|
|Rafael Lategui||294 000||3|
|Aleksandr Arutjunov||149 000||6|
|Janne Nevalainen||132 500||2|
|Kimmo Kurko||124 500||5|
|Petteri Kalenius||95 500||4|
It’s day 2 of PokerListings live coverage from the WSOPC Tallinn! Day 2 of the €350 NLH Ring Event has just started with 49 players. They are all ITM:
|Norkus, Stanislovas||352 000||17-3|
|Stewart, Joshua James||346 000||17-1|
|Pihela, Igor SR||329 000||16-4|
|Tocci, Michele||316 000||15-5|
|Korsunskyy, Dan||314 000||23-8|
|Hanstvedt, Kjetil||306 000||24-2|
|Ajamaa, Kaur||296 000||22-7|
|Saveikis, Algirdas||291 000||24-1|
|Zabarauskas, Vilius||274 000||21-6|
|Ostrowski, Dominik||260 000||22-3|
|Leppik, Andres||241 000||22-2|
|Lindberg, Björne Stefan||241 000||23-7|
|Ruginis, Jonas||240 000||17-8|
|Härkönen, Juho Oskari||236 000||16-3|
|Topilskiy, Vladislav||202 000||23-2|
|Pihela, Evely||196 000||16-2|
|Kollandsrud, Nils||176 000||23-3|
|Piik, Martin||175 000||24-4|
|Merida, Tanel||161 000||24-6|
|De Almeida Rolim, Celso Luiz||149 000||21-5|
|Salomen, Jarmo Juhani||144 000||17-4|
|Morel, Marius||140 000||17-6|
|Külanurk, Artur||130 000||17-7|
|Palenius, Topi Johannes||126 000||15-7|
|Gorélik, Albert Hanush||124 000||15-3|
|Kviecinskas, Lukas||123 000||21-7|
|Ostrovskij, Albert||118 000||22-1|
|Sedlak, Martin Michael||118 000||22-5|
|Lasanen, Matti Tapani||117 000||23-5|
|Kulli, Joonas||114 000||23-4|
|Piipponen, Maksim||113 000||21-4|
|Suokas, Jarkko Juhani||106 000||15-8|
|Pihela, Igor JR||101 000||17-2|
|Wahl, Sebastian||99 000||21-1|
|Tori, Mairo||87 000||16-6|
|Gaines, Glen Nicholas||85 000||16-8|
|Fraczek, Lukasz Pawel||83 000||24-3|
|Mägi, Viktor||77 000||23-1|
|Lönngren, Ville Matti||68 000||24-7|
|Lundström. Rasmus Jon Mikael||65 000||21-3|
|Selgeveer, Marek||65 000||16-1|
|Krumins, Eriks||63 000||15-6|
|Zamzickas, Vilius||62 000||22-6|
|Bittger, Stefan||60 000||16-7|
|Kaljulaid, Keito||57 000||24-5|
|Aaltonen, Tapio Ilmari||55 000||15-1|
|Brikker, Priit||34 000||15-2|
|Alen, Johan Erik||30 000||22-4|
|Keto-Tokoi, Veikka Väinö||27 000||21-2|
The bubble just burst in day 1B of the €350 Ring Event! 24 players advanced and will play day 2 tomorrow, alongside the 1A survivors.
The last Ring Event of the day, the WSOPC Tallinn €555 Deuce to Seven Triple Draw, has just begun with 14 registered players. The late registration is open until the break after level 7 has ended (which will be approximately 22:15). They will play down to the final table, which will be played tomorrow (18th) at 12:00.
The bubble burst for day 1A and 25 players are moving on to day 2!
We didn’t get the names on the players in the final hand of day 1A, but we got some of the action. The smaller stack held two aces and called All In against A K preflop. A K found a third spade on the river which cracked the aces.
As we mentioned before, Day 1A and 1B of the €350 Ring Event is also played today. Day 1A started 12:00 and is right now on the bubble with 26 players left. 200 players entered Day 1A.
Day 1B currently has 155 players registered and there’s still about 40 minutes left until the late registration closes.
Top 13 % from each flight is ITM and will move on to day 2. Day 2 will be played tomorrow (tuesday 18th) 12:00 GMT+3.
Santtu Leinonen finds 3 3 on the Button and raises to 130k. Aleksei Smirnov finds A J in the Big Blind and goes All In. Santtu’s thinking for a minute or two before he calls for his tournament life.
The board runs out 7 8 J 10 K , and it’s done. The Estonian Aleksei Smirnov is the winner of the €1 100 WSOPC Tallinn Ring Event!
Aleksei Smirnov puts Santtu Leinonen All In with K 9 . Santtu calls with A 10 .
The board reveals 10 6 10 K 5 and Santtu doubles up.
Aleksei Smirnov attempts a limp with 9 7 preflop, but Santtu Leinonen raises with A 10 . Aleksei calls and we go to the flop.
We’re treated with 6 4 9 . Santtu bets 150k in the 460k pot. Aleksei then raises to 400k, a big enough raise to make Santtu fold.
Before Heads Up play started, the two remaining players made a deal. The winner will get €25 430 and the runner-up will recieve €21 710.
|Aleksei Smirnov||2,2M (43BB)|
|Santtu Leinonen||1,1M (22BB)|
The blinds are 25k/50k.
Aleksei Smirnov shoves 6 6 from the Small Blind and Aki Pyysing calls All In from the Big Blind with K J .
The board A 5 9 5 Q did not help Pyysing and Aleksei is now Heads Up against Santtu Leinonen.
Our short stack Aki Pyysing called quickly from the Big Blind with A J , after Aleksei Smirnov put the Finn All In from Small Blind with 10 6 .
We were treated with 2 4 J 9 2 and Aki doubles up.
Santtu Leinonen goes raises to 85k (Blinds 20k/40k). Aki Pyysing wakes up with queens in the Big Blind and re-raises to 250k. Santtu folds and “the Terminator” take down a nice little pot.
Joshua Stewart leaves the €1 100 Ring Event in 4th place. Aleksei Smirnov put Josh all in Blind VS Blind with K J and Joshua called with 5 5 .
Aleksei hit the king on the 9 K 2 2 A seeing Joshua busting in 4th place.
While we’ve been following the €555 and €1 100 final tables, Day 1A of the €350 also kicked off 12:00 today! This tournament has two start flights with 1B also being played today (started one hour ago). Day 1A ended on 200 entries and the late-reg is still open for 1B.
Viacheslav Sultanov goes all in with A 5 and Lukas Fraczek, with his short stack, calls with Q 4 .
The board runs out A 5 K 8 6 . Viacheslaw Sultanov is the winner och the €555 WSOPC Tallinn Ring Event!
Both players previously made a deal and locked up €25 750. They played the Heads Up with another €3 500 and the WSOPC Ring on the line.
Viacheslav raises to 300k (Blinds 75k/150k) from the button with K J . His Heads Up-opponent Lukasz Fraczek 3-bets to 1,2M with A Q . Viacheslav makes the call.
The flop comes 4 J K . Lukasz C-bets 700k in the 2,5M pot and Viacheslav calls with his two pair.
The turn brings 7 . Lukasz goes all-in and Viacheslav quickly calls. The river blanks out with 7 and Viacheslav is now a massive chip lead.
Torbjörn Larsen shoves his small stack from the Small Blind with A 10 . Lucasz Fraczek is priced in for the call with 7 8 from the Big Blind.
With the board J J 6 7 8 , Torbjörn is eliminated in third place. Lucasz is now Heads-Up against Viacheslav Sultanov.
|Aki Pyysing||1 280 500|
|Joshua Stewart||920 000|
|Santtu Leinonen||521 000|
|Aleksei Smirnov||390 000|
|Steponas Venckus||155 000|
A short while before the previously reported hand, we lost Rasmus Lundström in 4th place in the €555 Event.
Rasmus went all in with his remaining 1.4M from the small blind with J 9 . Viacheslav Sultanov called him off from the big blind with A 10 .
We witnessed a 2 5 K 3 10 board and Rasmus got a €12 650 pay check.
Viacheslav Sultanov finds 10 10 on the button and raises to 250k (Blinds 50k/125k). Lucasz Fraczek defends 9 8 from the Big Blind.
The flop comes 6 9 3 . Viacheslav bets 400k after Lucasz checks, and Lucasz then calls. Turn brings Q and the action goes-check-check. The action repeats itself on river 2 and Sultanov takes down the pot.
The players are now on a short break!
Rasmus Lundström opens up K Q . Lucasz Fraczek shoves Q Q from the Big Blind and Rasmus finds the call.
The board treats us with Q J 5 4 7 and Fraczek wins the biggest pot of the tournament this far.
Georgios Skarparis shoves with the 2 2 and Viacheslav Sultanov finds the call with A 5 from the Big Blind.
The board runs out J 10 K 9 Q giving Viacheslav the straight on the river. Skarparis leaves us in fifth place.
Torbjörn Larsen opens A K on the button and Rasmus Lundström defens K Q from the big blind.
The flop comes 2 5 J . Rasmus checks and Torbjörn bets 325k. Rasmus calls and the turn brings 10 . The action goes check-check and the river shows J . Rasmus this time leads out for 550k. Torbjörn folds his ace-high hand and Rasmus is improving his stack even further.
The latest updated chip count from the €1 100 Ring Event:
|Aki Pyysing||1 550 000|
|Joshua Stewart||810 000|
|Aleksei Smirnov||350 000|
|Santtu Leinonen||326 000|
|Steponas Venckus||201 000|
|Vidar Assersen||155 000|
Aleksi Naski’s J 9 couldn’t do it against Lukasz Pawel’s Q Q on the 10 5 7 A K . The players were all in pre-flop and Aleksi left the tournament in 6th place.
Filho Manoel D’Assuncao (9th), Evert Tanel (8th) and Dominik Ostrowski (7th) have all been eliminated from the €1 100 event. Six players are remaning with Aki Pyysing being the chip leader.
Torbjörn Larsen raises to 160k from the Cut-off with A J and Charles-Eric Benoit showes his 1,1M stack from Big Blind with A 9 . Torbjörn calls.
The board reads J 10 6 5 2 and Charles-Eric leaves the tournament in 7th place.
Rimantas Boguzas finds himself all in pre-flop against Viacheslav Sultanov!
Viacheslav: Q J
Rimantas: K 10
The board is quite a rollercoaster ride: K 10 9 5 4 sees Boguzas leave in 8th place.
Torbjörn Larsen opens up A 5 to 160k (Blinds 40k/80k) from the Hi-jack and Charles-Eric Benoit goes all in for almost 700k from the small blind with 10 8 . After the Big blind folds, the decision is on Torbjörn who eventually decides to fold.
Ryan Mandara was the first person to be eliminated from the final table in the 9th place. He cashed €4 150.
Georgios Skarparis shoves from the Small Blind with Q 5 and gets quickly called by Big Blind Rimantas Petras with A K .
The board runs out 10 5 3 9 6 and Georgios doubles up.
|Naski, Aleksi Mikael||995 000||1|
|Fraczek, Lukasz Pawel||1 640 000||2|
|Benoit, Charles-Eric||1 400 000||3|
|Lundström, Rasmus Jon Mikael||555 000||4|
|Sultanov, Viacheslav||1 115 000||5|
|Mandara, Ryan Jonathan M||210 000||6|
|Skarparis, Georgios||550 000||7|
|Boguzas, Riamantas Petras||555 000||8|
|Larsen, Torbjörn||2 445 000||9|
We’re kicking off our live coverage from the WSOPC Tallinn! We start following two final tables; the €1 100 NLH as well as the €555 NHL.
€1 100 Final Table:
|Pyysing, Aki. T. O.||1 273 000||1|
|Stewart, Joshua James||573 000||7|
|Venckus, Steponas||323 000||9|
|Leinonen, Santtu Kalevi||312 000||4|
|Assersen, Vidar S.||299 000||8|
|Smirnov, Aleksei||185 000||6|
|Ostrowski, Dominik||171 000||5|
|D’Assuncao Ferreira Gomes, Filho Manoel||91 000||3|
|Tanel, Evert||45 000||2|
We’ll soon return with the €555 Final Table seat draw!