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Global Poker Index: Fedor Holz Still First, Nick Petrangelo Now Second

Fedor Holz leads overall Global Poker Index rankings and 2016 Player of the Year race for an 11th week; Nick Petrangelo now 2nd in both lists.

Juha Helppi and Vojtech Ruzicka Eliminated (19th, and 18th, for €50,940 each)

Parker Talbot open-shoved and Juha Helppi called all in for around 300,000 from two seats over in the hijack. Vojtech Ruzicka in the small blind asked the dealer "what is this?" and then called all in with more chips than Helppi.

Brauer Busts to Helppi

Jannis Brauer couldn't build up a stack recently and had dwindled into the danger zone. He then shoved from the cutoff and Juha Helppi in the big blind peeked at his cards three times.

Helppi Finds Kings and Doubles

Mikita Badziakouski raised to 33,000 from the hijack and Mustapha Kanit called from the cutoff. In the big blind. Juha Helppi moved all in and Badziakouski folded. Kanit asked for a count and tank-called.

Radoja Busts to Helppi

The board was already complete, showing , and the of Mark Radoja were taken into the muck. The dealer announced a set open and it was Juha Helppi in the big blind, who had flopped two pair with and held up to eliminate Radoja.

Helppi vs Benitez

On the heads-up flop of , Juha Helppi checked out of the big blind and initial raiser Francisco Benitez bet from the button for 4,000. Helppi called and the turn paired the board. A bet of 5,000 by Helppi did the trick, as Benitez folded.

Juha Helppi Eliminated by Stanley Choi

Stanley Choi moved all in from the button, and Juha Helppi moved all in himself from the small blind. Vladimir Troyanovskiy folded and the cards of the remaining two players were turned over. Choi held and Helppi .

Helppi Puts McDonald To The Test

Juha Helppi opened to 14,000 from the hijack and got called by Ivan Luca from the cutoff. Mike McDonald three-bet from the button to 42,000, getting the blinds out of the way.

Petrangelo Runs Into Aces, Doubles Right After

On a flop of we witnessed David Peters checking from the blinds. Nick Petrangelo bet out 10,000 and his neighbor Tom-Aksel Bedell made the call. Peters folded. The hit the turn and Petrangelo checked.

Helppi Takes from Petrangelo

David Peters raised to 4,000 from the cutoff and Juha Helppi in the small blind as well as Nick Petrangelo in the big blind called. There was no betting action on the flop nor the turn before Helppi bet the river for 8,000.

Bedell Looking To Turn Satellite Into More

Tom-Aksel Bedell opened in early position to 3,500, getting calls from both David Peters in the small blind and Juha Helppi in the big blind. The flop was checked around, which prompted Peters to lead out 7,300 on the turn.

Global Poker Index: Anthony Zinno Zooms Up, Just Behind Steve O’Dwyer for GPI Lead

Steve O'Dwyer remains the No. 1-ranked tournament player in the world for a 19th-straight week, but former No. 1 Anthony Zinno is making a move upward.

Robert Soogea Wins 2016 WPT Amsterdam High Roller for €150,000

Robert Soogea has won the 2016 World Poker Tour Amsterdam €6,000 High Roller for €150,000.

WPT Organizes "Champions Challenge" Bracket of Past Winners

Bracket season has infected the poker world, as the World Poker Tour released a 64-player bracket of past champions.

Live Poker in February: The Best Low Buy-In Tournaments Throughout Europe

From the North of Estonia down to sunny Greece - February promises to be a great month for live poker in Europe.

Ruzicka and Helppi Catch a Boat

Local grinder Vojtech Ruzicka raised in early position, Juha Helppi called on the button and Alex Goulder put in the chips required to call from the big blind.

EPT Prague Retrospective: Constant Growth in the €10,300 High Roller

A retrospective look at the European Poker Tour Prague €10,300 High Roller.

Helppi Doubles Through Tremzin

Two spots from the money, on the last hand before the break, Juha Helppi raised from the button and chip leader Gleb Tremzin put him all in from the big blind. Helppi called all in for 102,000, and the showdown went as following.

Thorel Finds a Double Up on The River

Jean-Noel Thorel just moved all in for 55,500 and Juha Helppi moved all in over the top. The other players folded and the showdown went as follows. Thorel: Helppi: The board ran out and Thorel kept his tournament alive on the river.

2015 EPT Prague €50,000 Super High Roller Day 1: The Netherlands' Luuk Gieles Leads

The Netherlands' Luuk Gieles leads after Day 1 of the 2015 EPT Prague €50,000 Super High Roller.

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