Tag: Patrik Antonius

Antonius Eliminated by De Meulder

On the feature table we just caught the end of Patrik Antonius' elimination. Antonius was all in for just 26,000 chips against Team PokerStars Pro Matthias De Meulder and the showdown went as following.

Antonius' Bluff Goes Wrong

People watching the live stream just saw Patrik Antonius blow through most of his stack. He tangled with Rui Sousa in a hand where Antonius check raised on and Sousa made the call.

Antonius Tanks for 10 Minutes

We just caught the end of a big in hand in which Finnish poker star Patrik Antonius went into the tank for well over 10 minutes, and well into the break, before folding in a huge pot.

EPT Austria Champions Clash

EPT Season 2 Baden champion Patrik Antonius got his chips in the middle against EPT Vienna Season 7 champion Michael Eiler. Antonius, seated in the small blind, was all in for 98,000. Eiler in the hijack was the one putting him at risk.

Antonius Gets a Three-Bet Through

From the cutoff seat, Michael Eiler raised to 9,000. After Thore Nordboe called on the button, Patrik Antonius three-bet to 34,000 from the small blind. Play folded back to Eiler, he folded, and then Nordboe went into the tank.

Petrangelo Leads 343 Remaining Players Into Day 3

Welcome back to Day 3 of the 2015 European Poker Tour Barcelona €5,300 Main Event. It sounds as thought 1,700 players entered the event, although official numbers will be confirmed at the start of Day 3 play, and just 343 of them remain.

2015 EPT Barcelona Main Event Day 2: Nick Petrangelo Leads

After Day 2 of the 2015 EPT Barcelona Main Event, Nick Petrangelo grabbed the lead.

Antonius Working (With) Nine To Five

Frank Blumlein raised it up from middle position and Menno Mensonides made the call. Patrik Antonius in the big blind over called and the three of them saw a flop of . Antonius checked and Blumlein made a continuation bet.

2015 EPT Barcelona Main Event Day 1a: Imad Derwiche Bags Early Chip Lead

After Day 1a of the 2015 EPT Barcelona Main Event, Imad Derwiche bagged the chip lead.

Antonius Ousted

Patrik Antonius started the day out with very few chips, and he was soon all in for his last 37,500. Antonius' shove was called by Jeff Rossiter. Antonius: Rossiter: The board ran out , and Antonius exited the tournament area.

Tollerene Frustrated Over Missing Chips

"What do you think is more likely, that I miscounted five times last night, or that something went wrong today?" Ben Tollerene frustratedly said to the tournament staff.

2015 EPT Barcelona €50K Super High Roller Day 1: Chidwick Leads; Nearly 100 Entries

Stephen Chidwick leads after Day 1 of the record-breaking 2015 EPT Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller.

Antonius Loses Some to Luca

Ivan Luca opened to 11,000 under the gun and Patrik Antonius in the big blind was the sole caller. Both players checked on and the hit the turn. Antonius bet out 16,000 and Luca called. The river came the and Antonius checked.

Streltsou Takes Some From Antonius

The board showed when Andrei Streltsou bet 22,000 after Patrik Antonius had checked to him. Antonius tanked for a long time before slowly sliding chips forward in order to make the call.

Antonius in the Building

Finnish poker legend, and the all-time money leader for his country, Patrik Antonius has joined the Super High Roller in Barcelona. Antonius was spotted with a new look, but his impressive stare hasn't changed one bit.

Seiver Wins $700K On Day 2 of Super High Roller Cash Game; Kirk Bluffed Big By Robl

One of the toughest cash game line-ups in recent memory took to the felt at the ARIA for Day 2 of the Super High Roller Cash game.

The Five Biggest Hands from Day 2 of the Super High Roller $400/$800/$200 Cash Game

Have a look at what we deemed to be the five most notable pots from Day 2 of the Super High Roller Cash Game.

Seiver Gives Up

Andrew Robl opened for $2,500 and got three-bet to $8,500 by Patrik Antonius. Scott Seiver made it $24,000 to go from the button and Robl called. Antonius decided to let them duke it out heads up, and the flop came .

Jennifer Tilly Says She's Got Nothing to Prove, Defends Antonius Poker After Dark Hand

Academy Award nominated actress and WSOP Ladies' Event champ Jennifer Tilly says she has nothing to prove making it all the way to 14th in Event #32.

Ivey, Juanda, and Moneymaker Headline Those Absent from 2015 WSOP

Phil Ivey, John Juanda, and Chris Moneymaker headline those absent from the 2015 World Series of Poker.