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Jattin Jets Away

Simon Appleby and Farid Jattin are the latest two casualties. Jattin raised and was called from one seat over by Brian Yoon.

Jattin Avoids Elimination

Farid Jattin started with a decent stack but that vanished rather quickly. Just now he was all in for his last 49,000 chips with the and table neighbor Pascal Hartmann looked him up with the .

Booby Trap

2013 WSOP Europe Main Event and 2015 EPT Grand Final champ Adrian Mateos was joined by Farid Jattin in checking an flop three-handed with about 9,000 in the middle.

Jattin Pushes Li Around

On the turn, Yingui Li bet 12,000 out of the small blind and initial raiser Farid Jattin raised to 25,900. Li reluctantly called and then checked the river before Jattin immediately pushed forward his stack of T-5,000 chips.

Jattin Busts on the Feature Table

The stacks were counted and then it was clear that Farid Jattin had moved all in for around 95,000 on the feature table with the .

And It's Gone!

Not too long ago we reported on Steven van Zadelhoff acquiring some chips to get over the 100,000 mark, but as we returned to the tournament room we were unhappily surprised by a sad Van Zadelhoff heading to the exit, heavily texting his bu

Haxton Chipping Up

Farid Jattin opened for 2,800 from the cutoff only to have Team Online's Isaac Haxton three-bet to 8,200 from the button. The blinds both folded, Jattin called, and the duo watched the flop come down .

Soininen Seals Jattin's Fate

Farid Jattin opened and then four-bet shoved for what looked like 260,000 chips with Niko Soininen making the call from one seat over. Jattin held the and Soininen the .

The High Roller

After winning the €25,000 High Roller here last night, Mike McDonald is off to a fast start. After opening from under the gun plus one, McDonald responded to a 12,400-chip three bet from Farid Jattin on the button by making it 27,500.

Global Poker Index: Nick Petrangelo Moves Up, Many Enjoy Barcelona Bounce

Jason Mercier is still the overall No. 1 and Anthony Zinno still leads the POY, but Nicholas Petrangelo is moving up in both Global Poker Index lists.

Mantel Sends Jattin to the Rail

After a series of unknown raises before the flop, Farid Jattin moved all in for approximately 45,000 against Ariel Mantel. Mantel called and the hands were revealed to find that he was in a dominating position.

Farid Jattin Eliminated in 13th Place (€63,300)

Farid Jattin was down to about 550,000 and shoved those in from early position. Action folded to Martin Finger in the big blind and he had a no-headache decision, he called instantly.

Aces for Streltsou on the Bubble

Andrei Streltsou raised to 60,000 and Farid Jattin three-bet to 140,000, to which Streltsou moved all in. Jattin called for 528,000 total and the showdown went as following.

Jattin Gets Lots From Stern

On a board Kevin Stani bet 54,000 from the small blind and Dani Stern called from the big. From the button it was Farid Jattin who raised to 183,000 and Stani folded.

Global Poker Index: Duhamel, Jacobson Currently Highest-Ranked Among Recent WSOP Champs

Dzmitry Urbanovich and Scott Seiver remain atop the GPI lists this week as we additionally look at how the last 12 WSOP Main Event champions are ranked.

Jattin Makes Senft Sweat

After unknown action a blind battle had turned into a very big preflop all in confrontation. The player in the small blind, Maximilian Senft, had the player in the big blind, Farid Jattin, covered.

Jattin Doubles Through Olsson

We caught up in time to see Farid Jattin all in and at risk from the small blind for 704,000 against Emil Olsson in the big blind.

Jattin Six-Bet Bluffs Kenny Tran

Farid Jattin raised to 15,000 from the hijack and Kenny Tran three-bet from the button to 43,000. Both blinds folded and Jattin did not waste must time before four-betting to 102,000.

Farid Jattin Falls

The player under the gun opened for 9,000 and two positions down it was Farid Jattin who shoved his 84,000 in. Fabiano Kovalski in the big blind seemed interested, and asked for a count. He then called, and the initial raiser folded.

Farid Jattin Eliminated in 6th Place ($174,352)

Hand 11: The action folded around to Jared Jaffee and he opened for 225,000. Merulla three-bet to 595,000 holding the button and Jattin decided to four-bet to defend his big blind. His four-bet to 1.