Tag: Farid Jattin

Kitai Busts Two Players

Enrico Coppola opened to 2,300 and was called by Anton Wigg. The two players were three-bet by Davidi Kitai in late position and Coppola called.

McDonald and MacPhee Shove

After a raise to 2,300 by Farid Jattin and a call, Mike McDonald moved all in for around 17,000 chips and both his opponents folded.

Kornuth and Behbehani Back

Farid Jattin and Georgios Sotiropoulos are among the late registrants whereas Salman Behbehani and Chance Kornuth took the second bullet to increase the field size.

MacPhee Busts Jattin

Farid Jattin has been eliminated by Kevin MacPhee after flopping a straight and flush draw with on the check-raised flop of .

Palma in, Jattin Not Out

Two Americans are making the headlines for this post. Whereas Nicholas Palma just entered the competition, fellow American Farid Jattin was the third player to be eliminated.

Jattin Out in 24th

Farid Jattin was all in from under the gun with the for about 240,000. Vladimir Troyanovskiy had reshoved for a little bit more from the small blind with the , and everyone else had folded.

Racener Fades Jattin's Outs with a Chop

John Racener was all in for 134,000 with the and dominating the for Farid Jattin who had him covered.

Four Way Pot, Winzeler Considers a Shove

Fabian Chauriye Rabah opened the action with a raise under the gun to 24,000. Three players called and the action folded to Hans Winzeler.

Jattin Folds to River to Crawford

Farid Jattin just raised under the gun to 13,000 and Brandon Crawford called in position after which Asher Conniff called from the big blind. The flop brought out and Jattin bet 20,000 after Conniff had checked.

Buchanan Calls Off Majority of Stack

We found Shawn Buchanan facing a bet of 10,500 from big blind Farid Jattin on a board of . The wager represented about half of his stack, and he thought a couple of minutes and called. Jattin tapped the table, and Buchanan flipped .

Zinno Hits the Rail

Anthony Zinno was eliminated shortly before the break when he got all in with pocket aces. Farid Jattin had a set of sevens on the flop and Zinno couldn't catch up.

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.