PPC Malta 2022 Day 1A Live Blog

PPC Malta 2022 Day 1A Live Blog

Victor Allain Bags the PPC Malta Day 1a Chip Lead 01.04.2022 03:17
Victor Allain

The live portion of the partypoker Championship (PPC) Malta kicked with the first of five opening flights in the €500,000 Guaranteed PPC Malta €550 Main Event attracting 92 entries.

Victor Allain was easily the chip leader after bagging a massive stack of 452,000 in chips. Allain isn’t a well-known player having just two recorded cashes on his The Hendon Mob profile for a total of $3,144 entering the event but is in a prime position to increase this in a huge way thanks to his huge pile of chips.

The closest behind Allain were Brian Calleja (332,000), Wouters Schuurbiers (299,000), Lawrence Bonnici (262,000), and Jordi Ruiz (252,000). Meanwhile, Malta’s Jackie Cachia, also known around the island as “Poker Mama” also found a bag and will enter Day 2 with a stack of 117,000.

End of Day 1a Chip Counts

Player Chips Big Blinds
Victor Allain      452,000 377
Brian Calleja      332,000 277
Wouter Schuurbiers      299,000 249
Rikard Andersson      262,000 218
Lawrence Bonnici      252,000 210
Jordi Ruiz      219,000 183
Andrew Cutajar      150,000 125
Shanmugasundaram Jeyamohan      149,500 125
Jackie Cachia      117,000 98
Sebastian Rebhan      111,500 93
Nicola Cerini      103,500 86
Oliver Klat        83,000 69
Soner Vanelderen        80,000 67
Lukasz Winski        75,000 63
Brian Calleja

Day 1a Action

Day 1a was the first of five opening flights of the PPC Malta Main Event. The field reached 92 entries by the time the late-registration window closed. A few hours later the field was down to just 17 players with 14 guaranteed at least a €1,000 min-cash for advancing to Day 2.

Allain was busy eliminating players all throughout the day. Guglielmo Susini was his final victim after Allain delivered a bad beat. Susini was committed with ace-jack on a jack-high flop and got it in good against Susini’s jack-ten. A ten spiked the turn and Susini hit the rail shy of the money.

Brian Dingli jammed a short stack soon after with eight-seven suited and was up against Schuurbiers’s ace-eight. Dingli thought he doubled after the board gave him a flush. However, Schuurbiers improved to a full house on the double-paired board to send Dingli packing in 16th place. Angelo Vietta hit the rail moments later on the bubble to end the day.

PokerListings will be back for Day 1b starting at 4 p.m. CEST on Friday. Stay tuned to follow along the action.

End of Day 1a Chip Counts 01.04.2022 02:53
Player Chips 
Victor Allain      452,000 
Brian Calleja      332,000 
Wouter Schuurbiers      299,000 
Rikard Andersson      262,000 
Lawrence Bonnici      252,000 
Jordi Ruiz      219,000 
Andrew Cutajar      150,000 
Shanmugasundaram Jeyamohan      149,500 
Jackie Cachia      117,000 
Sebastian Rebhan      111,500 
Nicola Cerini      103,500 
Oliver Klat        83,000 
Soner Vanelderen        80,000 
Lukasz Winski        75,000 
Vietta Loses a Flip to Bubble Day 1a 01.04.2022 02:19

Level 17: 3,000/6,000 (6,000)

Just seconds after Brian Dingli busted, Angelo Vietta hit the rail to leave just 14 players remaining. Day 1a survivors are now bagging chips for Day 2 and have secured at least a min-cash of €1,000.

Stay tuned at PokerListings for the final Day 1a chip counts and a recap of the day.

Schuurbiers’ Full House Beats Dingli’s Flush 01.04.2022 02:16

Level 17: 3,000/6,000 (6,000)

Brian Dingli jammed from the cutoff for 58,500 and was called by Wouter Schuurbiers from the big blind.

Brian Dingli: 8 7

Wouter Schuurbiers: A 7

The A 5 10 A 5 board gave Dingli a straight. Unfortunately for him, it also gave Schuurbiers a full house and he was eliminated near the end of Day 1a. There are 15 players left with 14 getting paid. At least for now, the action moves on as normal instead of hand-for-hand.

Bad Beat for Susini 01.04.2022 01:51

Level 16: 2,500/5,000 (5,000)

Guglielmo Susini got his short-stack in good with A J on a 8 J 4 flop and was up against the J 10 held by Victor Allain.

Allain was behind but pulled ahead with two pair after the 10 spiked the turn. The 7 river was unable to save Susini and there were only 17 players remaining on Day 1a. with 14 players advancing to Day 2.

“I Don’t Even Have to Look” 01.04.2022 01:23

Level 15: 2,000/4,000 (4,000)

Sylvere Paillot was moved to the seat previously occupied by the previously eliminated Shawn Decesare. Apparently, that seat isn’t a lucky one.

Paillot moved in for 11,000 from the button. Wouter Schuurbiers confirmed the amount before he said: “I don’t even have to look.”

Moments later Schuurbiers made the call and the cards were turned over.

Sylvere Paillot: A 2

Wouter Schuubiers: Q 5

Both players improved to a pair on the 9 5 2 K 10 runout. Schuubiers’ pair was better to eliminate Paillot. Shortly after both Tom Delaine and Mariusz Lewoniewski hit the rail and the Day 1a action was down to just 24 players with 14 advancing to Day 2.

Decesare Loses a Flip with Treys 01.04.2022 01:10

Level 15: 2,000/4,000 (4,000)

Rikard Andersson opened to 8,500 from under the gun. Shaun Decesare three-bet jammed for 17,500 from the small blind and Andersson called.

Shaun Decesare: 3 3

Rikard Andersson: K Q

The J 8 J 4 8 double-paired the board to counterfeit Decesare’s treys and there were 28 players remaining with half of them advancing to Day 2 after Decesare promptly left the poker arena.

Fourth Break 01.04.2022 01:06

Day 1a is on its fourth break. Blinds will increase to 2,000/4,000 with a big blind ante of 4,000 when the action resumes in 15 minutes.

Rockets No Good for Brzezinski 01.04.2022 00:30

Level 14: 1,500/3,000 (3,000)

Brian Calleja checked the turn with the 8 3 5 2 on the board. Tomasz Brzezinski bet 13,000 into a pot of around 40,000. Calleja jammed and Brzezinski quickly called.

Tomasz Brzezinski: A A

Brian Calleja: 6 4

Calleja had his opponent drawing dead before the 10 completed the board on the river. Brzezinski headed out of the tournament arena, while Calleja increased his chip stack to 245,000.

Field: 31/92

Floor Called as Andersson Eliminates Meutstege 01.04.2022 00:00

Level 13: 1,200/2,500 (2,500)

Antonio Asaro opened for 5,000 from early position. Rikard Andersson three-bet to 13,000 before Koen Meutstege four-bet shoved from one seat over. Asaro flat-called and the floor was called as Andersson wanted to know if he could raise again.

He was told he couldn’t and both Asaro and Andersson checked the 3 J K flop. Asaro checked again after the 8 came on the turn. Andersson fired out a small bet and Asaro folded.

Koen Meutstege: 10 10

Antonio Asaro: A K

Asaro was ahead and improved to trips after the K completed the board on the river. Another table broke leaving 32 players remaining on Day 1a out of the 92-entry field.

Asaro Doubles After Limping with Rockets 31.03.2022 23:46

Level 12: 1,000/2,000 (2,000)

Antonio Asaro limped from late position. Victor Allain raised to 6,000 from one seat over. Asaro jammed for 24,900 and was in a great spot after Allain called.

Antonio Asaro: A A

Victor Allain: K Q

Allain bricked the 4 8 7 J 2 board and Asaro doubled up to nearly 60,000 in chips. Despite losing the hand, Allain is still in amazing shape with a stack of approximately 180,000.

Blinds increased to 1,200/2,500 with a big blind ante of 2,500 after the hand.

Field: 35/92

Paillot Sends Castro Packing 31.03.2022 23:31

Level 12: 1,000/2,000 (2,000)

Maxime Castro jammed for 22,900 from the cutoff. Sylvere Paillot went into the tank for more than a minute before he called.

Maxime Castro: K Q

Sylvere Paillot: A 8

Castro had some hope after the 10 3 J flop gave him an open-ended straight draw. But he stood up anyway looking ready to leave. His premonition was correct as neither the 5 turn nor the 5 river helped save the day and he was the latest player to hit the rail.

Meanwhile, Paillot had 90,000 in chips after the hand to put him above the average chip count of 74,595.

Field: 37/92

Dingli Ousts Bouvier 31.03.2022 22:57

Level 11: 800/1,600 (1,600)

Alexis Bouvier and Andrew Cutajar checked the 8 9 2 flop with about 10,000 in the pot before Brian Dingli bet 6,000. Bouvier clicked it back with a raise to 12,000. Cutajar folded and Dingli called.

Bouvier jammed for about 17,000 after the 6 followed on the turn and Dingli quickly called.

Alexis Bouvier: 7 6

Brian Dingli: 10 10

Bouvier was behind but had some outs to two pair, trips, and an open-ended straight draw. Unfortunately for Bouvier, he was unable to get there and hit the rail after the blank 3 completed the board on the river. Meanwhile, Dingli’s fortunes went in the opposite direction and had 90,000 in chips after the hand.

Field: 45/92

14 Day 1a Players Will Earn at Least €1,000 31.03.2022 22:45

Late registration is closed for Day 1a with 92 entries and 49 players remaining. The tournament director just announced that the day will end when there are just 14 players remaining. Each of the Day 1a survivors will earn at least a €1,000 min-cash with a chance to earn a ton more thanks to the event guaranteeing at least a €500,000 prize pool.

“Poker Mama” Headed to Broadway Before the Break 31.03.2022 22:43

Level 10: 600/1,200 (1,200)

We caught up with Jackie Cachia, otherwise known as “Poker Mama” before the break. She was excited to share that she doubled up to around 50,000.

Cachia with ace-ten hit Broadway on a king-queen-jack flop. Her opponent called with king-jack for two pair. Cachia faded the four outs her opponent needed on the turn and river to win the hand.

Late Registration to Close During Third Break 31.03.2022 22:21

Players are on their third break of Day 1a. The blinds will be 800/1,600 with a big blind ante of 1,600. Late registration will close during the break at which point we will know how many players are scheduled to advance to Sunday’s Day 2 already in the money.

Bruno Leads with a Massive Stack 31.03.2022 22:17

Massimo Bruno easily has the chip lead thus far on Day 1a with a stack of 220,000 while Jackie “Poker Mama” Cachia is among the players trying to spin up a shorter stack. Here is a look at some of the other big stacks around the room.

Player Chips Big Blinds
Massimo Bruno      220,000 183
Nicola Cerini      120,000 100
Jordi Ruiz        95,000 79
Brian Calleja        90,000 75
Jackie Cachia        23,000 19
Rebhan Finds Value 31.03.2022 21:58

Level 9: 500/1,000 (1,000)

Brian Calleja checked with four diamonds on the 8 K 3 7 5 board. Sebastian Rebhan fired out for a cool 5,000 into a pot of around triple this.

Calleja sighed before he tossed in a chip to call. Rebhan turned over Q 10 and won the hand after Calleja mucked. Calleja quickly flashed the table the 9 to show he also had a flush.

The blinds increased shortly after the completion of this hand to 600/1,200 with a big blind ante of 1,200. Players will be on a 15-minute break after this blind leve.

Field: 54/90

“Unlucky” Run-Out for Degiorgio 31.03.2022 21:36

Level 9: 500/1,000 (1,000)

Antoine Degiorgio jammed for 7,700 from the button and was called by Tomasz Brzezinski from the big blind.

“Unlucky!” Degiorgio said to Brzezinski with a huge smile before he turned over his cards.

Antoine Degiorgio: 9 6

Tomasz Brzezinski: 10 10

“Sixty-nine!” Degiorgio said with a laugh.

Most of the table laughed as the 6 6 10 rolled out on the flop. The always good-spirited and fun Degiorgio improved to trips but was drawing to one out to quads as Brzezinski improved to a full house.

Degiorgio’s Day 1a was over after the K turn and the 7 river completed the board and he shared with PokerListings rather than re-entering today he would get back in action tomorrow for Day 1b. Meanwhile, Brzezinski was up to 90,000 in chips after the hand.

Degiorgio gave us a bit of background after the hand. He shared the duo played together plenty of times before including a charity event that raised €15,000. During that charity event, Degiorgio said he eliminated Brzezinski about 10 times and said each time he was behind and sucked out. Unfortunately, that didn’t work for him this time despite a flop that normally would.

Field: 54/90

Rockets for Andersson 31.03.2022 21:15

Level 8: 400/800 (800)

Rikard Andersson opened for 1,600 from the cutoff. Koen Meutstege three-bet to 5,000 from the button and Andersson four-bet jammed for 14,500. Meutstege made the call and was laughing at what he was up against with his opponent holding pocket rockets.

Rikard Andersson: A A

Koen Meutstege: K J

Andersson was far ahead when the chips went but his equity massively increased after the 3 10 6 came on the flop to give Meutstege a flush draw. Despite the sweat, Andersson’s aces held after neither the 7 turn nor the 9 river improved Meutstege to a flush.

Meutstege had under 10,000 chips after the hand, while Andersson catapulted to slightly above a starting stack.

Field: 61/87

Back in Action 31.03.2022 20:57

The dinner break has concluded and players are back in their seats ready for action on Level 8 with blinds at 400/800 and a big blind ante of 800.

Field: 62/86

Romeo Not Happy Before Dinner Break 31.03.2022 20:02

Level 7: 300/600 (600)

Karl Gialanze opened to 1,500 from middle position and was called by Daniel Grima from the cutoff. Leonardo Romeo three-bet to 7,600 from the big blind. Gialanze folded and Grima went into the tank.

The 60-minute dinner break was announced and Grima’s friend who was sitting at a nearby table came to talk to his friend. It appeared that Grima may have flashed his hand to his friend before he called.

Romeo checked the 2 8 10 flop. Grima quickly bet 12,000 and Romeo began to complain about the friend before he folded his hand to the dealer. Romeo still had about a starting stack after he folded while Grima will go into dinner break in good shape with a stack of 70,000.

Field: 62/86

Calleja Fades Tons of Outs to Double 31.03.2022 19:28

Level 6: 250/500 (500)

We caught up with a hand with more than 10,000 in the pot before the 9 2 8 was dealt on the flop. Brian Calleja and Shanmugasundaram Jeyamohan checked before Demajo Balzan bet 5,000.

“All-in!” Calleja announced as he jammed his stack of 16,800.

Jeyamohan promptly folded before Balzan took a moment to think.

“Yeah, I call,” Balzan eventually responded.

Brian Calleja: 5 5

Demajo Balzan: K 7

Calleja would have been ahead if the hand ended there but Balzan had tons of outs with both of his cards live along with a flush draw and a backdoor straight draw. Neither the 2 turn nor the 4 river were cards Balzan wanted to see and Calleja doubled up to over 40,000 after winning the hand.

Shortly after, the tournament progressed to Level 7 with blinds at 300/600 with a big blind ante of 600. After this level, players will go on a 60-minute dinner break.

Field: 69/82

Cerini Doubles Through Fuss 31.03.2022 19:13

Level 6: 250/500 (500)

Lars Fuss check-called a bet of 5,200 by Nicola Cerina with a bit more than that in the pot after the 10 Q 9 were dealt on the flop.

Fuss checked again after the 3 followed on the turn. Cerina instantly jammed for 10,350 and Fuss went into the tank for several minutes before he called.

Nicola Cerina: A Q

Lars Fuss: A 10

Cerina was in prime position to double-up as he only needed to fade two outs on the river. The blank 6 river didn’t help Fuss and Cerina doubled his stack to around 40,000. Meanwhile, Fuss witnessed his stack dwindle to under a starting stack.

Field: 69/82

Various Chip Counts 31.03.2022 18:47
Player Chips Big Blinds
Mario Manara        90,000 225
Jordi Ruiz        65,000 163
Nicola Cerini        50,000 125
Pierre Azzopardi        50,000 125
Brian Calleja        45,000 113
Marco Leigheb        40,000 100
Jackie Cachia        35,000 88
Antoine Degiorgio        32,000 80
Fuss Doubles with Big Slick 31.03.2022 18:36

Level 5: 200/400 (400)

The action was heated at Table 12 just after the break concluded. Benjamin Hammann opened for 1,600 and got two callers before Lars Fuss jammed for 12,700. Hammann came in over the top for over 40,000, and the other two players got out of the way.

Lars Fuss: A K

Benjamin Hammann: A Q

Fuss was ahead and had his opponent drawing thin after improving to top two pair on the A K 3 flop. Hammann was drawing dead after the 6 followed on the turn and the double-up was completed for Fuss after the 5 river completed the board. Both Fuss and Hammann had slightly less than a starting stack after the hand.

Field: 69/79

First Break 31.03.2022 18:10

Day 1a is on its first break of the day. Blinds will go up to 200/400 with a big blind ante of 400 when the action resumes in 15 minutes.

Players will then play three more levels before a 60-minute dinner break. Meanwhile, some fresh faces have entered the room with a €220 satellite to the €2,200 High Roller about to kick off. The High Roller is scheduled to begin at around 8 p.m. with players such as 2021 WSOP Main Event third-place finisher Jack Oliver and Manuel Lopes already confirmed to play.

Field: 68/77

Our Hero Jacob Dideriksen-Nielsen on the Rail 31.03.2022 16:00

Blinds: 150/300 (300)

Unfortunately, our hero in PokerListings Jacob Dideriksen-Nielsen is on the rail. Dideriksen-Nielsen shared the hand with us before heading out of the casino.

Mario Manara raised a few hands in a row to a big sizing of around 15 big blinds and did the same in this hand from early position with an open of 4,500. Dideriksen-Nielsen shared that previously he saw Manara show king-queen suited when acting the same which was one of the factors for him jamming for 32,000 on the button. Manara made the call and Dideriksen-Nielsen got the bad news that his opponent had queens to his tens.

To make matters worse for Dideriksen-Nielsen, his opponent improved even further to a set with a queen hitting the flop. Dideriksen was drawing dead after a blank hit the turn and his seat was open shortly later after the river was dealt.

This won’t be the last we see of Dideriksen-Nielsen. He shared with us that he isn’t sure if he will re-enter today. If he does, it will be closer to when late registration is closed at around 10:30 p.m. If not, he promised to be back tomorrow to give it another go on Day 1b.

Field: 69/77

Full House for Lindqwist 31.03.2022 15:41

Level 3: 125/250 (250)

Erik Lindqwist bet 8,500 into a pot of a bit more with the 3 6 2 Q 6 on the board. Rare Bodea went into the tank for at least a minute before he made the call.

Lindqwist turned over 3 3 for a full house. Bodea mucked his hand and was down to around 10,000 in chips after the hand while Lindqwist was sitting on around 50,000.

Field: 69/74

Aces Hold for Calleja 31.03.2022 15:18

Blinds: 100/200 (200)

Blinds have increased to 125/250 with a big blind ante of 250 but not before a big early hand took place.

Brian Calleja opened to 600 from late position and was called by Chi Lun Hung from the blinds. Hung led out for 5,000 on the 8 K 9 flop. Calleja jammed and his opponent called off for about 20,000.

Chi Lun Hung: Q 10

Brian Calleja: A A

Calleja screamed with joy after the 4 turn and 10 river blanked his opponent to send him to the rail. Calleja was at around 60,000 in chips after the hand.

Field: 69/72

Set of Ducks for Ruiz to Oust Azzopardi 31.03.2022 14:53

Blinds: 100/200 (200)

Pierre Azzopardi bet 10,000 on the turn with about the same in the pot with the 4 2 A 9 on the board. Jordi Ruiz jammed for about 25,000 and Azzopardi went into the tank for a minute or two before he called.

Pierre Azzopardi: A J

Jordi Ruiz: 2 2

Ruiz had his opponent drawing dead and Azzopardi hit the rail after the K completed the board on the river. Meanwhile, Ruiz was sitting on about 60,000 in chips after the hand.

Entries: 62/64

First Player Out 31.03.2022 14:43

The blinds have just increased to 100/200 with a big blind ante of 200. The field has increased to 55 entries but one seat open was announced with Marco Leigheb becoming the first player to hit the rail on Day 1a. Leigheb did not immediately re-enter but has time to change his mind with one re-entry permitted during the 6 1/2 hour late registration period.

Field Grows to 50 Entries Including “Poker Mama” 31.03.2022 14:32
PPC Malta Day 1a

Day 1a is already at 50 entries with all players still in their seats. A few local players in addition to Jacob Dideriksen-Nielsen are in the field including Jackie Cachia, affectionately known by the local poker community as “Poker Mama”. Mixed game aficionado Wouter Schuurbiers from Belgium and living in Malta is also in the mixed.

21 Players Already Advance to Day 2 31.03.2022 14:18

A total of 21 players have already advanced to Day 2 of the PPC Malta Main Event and are already in the money. If you are wondering how that can be the case with Day 1a kicking off today, the answer is simple.

The Main Event is a hybrid event that already featured four opening flights online at partypoker. The four flights attracted 148 entries with 21 players virtually bagging chips.

Day 1a Begins 31.03.2022 14:11

Blinds: 75/150 (150)

After the tournament director welcomed the players, the Day 1a action kicked off with players starting with a huge stack of 200 big blinds with a 30,000 chip stack.

Day 1a began with 34 entries. This will increase as the day progresses with late entry permitted until 10:30 p.m. CEST.

PokerListings’ Jacob Dideriksen-Nielsen is among the early entries in the field.

€500K GTD PPC Malta Main Event Kicks Off at 4 p.m. 31.03.2022 10:46
PPC Malta

Welcome to the PokerListings coverage of the 2022 partypoker Championship (PPC) Malta Main Event taking place at the luxurious Portomaso Casino from March 31 to April 4. 

Live poker is back in a huge way in Malta with the PPC Malta Main Event guaranteeing a whopping €500,000 for a €550 buy-in. There are still satellites running in the casino where players can potentially earn a seat for just a fraction of the cost.

The PPC Malta Main Event is a hybrid tournament with four opening flights already played online at partypoker and five more to be played from March 31 to April 3 in a live format. Surviving players from all opening flights will then compete for two more days on April 3-4 until a winner is crowned.  

Today’s action will kick off with the live Day 1a at 4 p.m. CEST. Players will begin the action with a monster stack of 30,000 in chips and blinds increasing every 30 minutes. Those unfortunate to lose their stacks during the 6 ½ hours late registration period will have the option to re-enter one time per opening flight. 

In addition, players will already be in the money at the end of the day with the action concluding when there is just 15 percent of the field remaining. 

The four other opening flights will mirror today’s structure with the one exception with the final opening flight on April 3 being a turbo-charged affair with 15-minute blind levels.

Today’s schedule also features the two-day €2,200 High Roller at 8 p.m. CEST with a handful of satellites also running at Portomaso both for this event and the Main Event throughout the day.

PokerListings will be reporting the live portion of the PPC Malta Main Event from beginning to end while sprinkling in coverage from side events including the High Roller. In addition to reporting the biggest hands and bad beats, PokerListings will also share the cool ambiance that partypoker LIVE and the Portomaso are both well-known for. In addition, we will sprinkle in news about the side events and how you can get involved in some amazing promotions at partypoker.

Follow along with the action at PokerListings when cards are in the air at 4 p.m. CET.

2022 PPC Malta Schedule

March 1720:05Main Event Online Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
March 2020:05Main Event Online Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
March 2420:05Main Event Online Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
March 2720:05Main Event Online Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
March 3112:00Live Main Event Satellite€ 60
March 3114:00Live High Roller Satellite€ 220
March 3116:00Main Event Live Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
March 3118:00Live High Roller Satellite€ 220
March 3120:00Live High Roller Day 1€ 2,200
March 3121:00Live Main Event Satellite€ 60
April 112:00Live Turbo Bounty Day 1€ 250
April 113:00Live Main Event Satellite€ 60
April 113:00Live High Roller Day 2€ 2,200
April 115:00Live Main Event Satellite€ 60
April 116:00Main Event Live Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
April 118:00Live Main Event Satellite€ 60
April 121:00Live Main Event Satellite€ 60
April 212:00Live Main Event Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
April 217:00Live Main Event Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
April 220:00Win the Button Day 1: €225K Gtd€ 550
April 310:00Live Main Event Day 1: €500K Gtd€ 550
April 314:30Live Main Event Day 2: €500K Gtd –
April 315:00Portomaso Cup Day 1€ 340
April 320:00Win the Button Day 1€ 225
April 412:00Deepstack Day 1€ 250
April 413:00Live Main Event Day 3: €500K Gtd –
April 417:00Live Turbo Finale Day 1€ 165

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