WSOPC Tallinn 18/9 Recap
The second day of PokerListing’s WSOPC live coverage is coming to an end. It’s been a nice day where we’ve mainly focused on two of the three Ring Events being played today: the €350 Texas NLH, as well as the €555 Deuce to Seven Pot Limit Triple-draw. We’ve also visited the €660 Mystery Bounty from time to time. Let us take you through this monday in the Estonian capital!
Deuce to Seven – An Appreciated Feature
With Texas No Limit Hold'em and Pot Limit Omaha being the two most popular poker formats currently, there is easy for some poker enthusiasts to oversee other poker disciplines. The fact that WSOPC has featured many Ring Events with lesser-known games seem to be very appreciated by everyone following the event. Yesterday, the €555 Pot Limit Deuce to Seven Triple Draw Event kicked off and saw 45 players competing for the WSOPC Ring. Six players advanced to the Final Table which was played today.
Despite four out of the six players at the Final Table being from Finland, it was Argentina’s Rafael Lategui who prevailed after beating Estonia’s Aleksandr Arutjunov Heads Up! Except the WSOPC Ring, Rafael also cashed €6 300.
€350 Texas NLH – Battle of the Estonians
Play commenced in the €350 Texas NLH with day 2 and 49 players. The busts were flying left and right the first hours and before we knew it we had our nine-handed final table. A funny twist was that Igor Pihela Sr., as well as his daughter in law Evely Pihela, featured in the final nine line-up.
Evely was the first contestant to say adieu, while Igor found himself Heads Up against countryman Kaor Ajamaa. After a relatively short Heads Up, it was Kaor who took home the title with his 2 2 .
We will do some sporadic updates from the €660 Myster Bounty tonight, and we will also update the “Results” tab with att the Ring Events played this far. Otherwise, we hope that you have enjoyed today’s live coverage, and we will see you tomorrow!