WSOP Super Circuit Online Series 2021 NJCOOP 2021 MISCOOP partypoker Sunday LIVE
€550 Main Event
Days:
1a1b23

Puromaki Doubles

Jaxon • Level 6: 200-400, 400 ante

Mette Puromaki checked with the {a-Spades}{k-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{10-Clubs} on the board with 10,000 in the pot before she called a bet of 3,700 from her opponent Stig Bjornli.

Puromaki open-jammed for 11,200 after the {2-Clubs} completed the board on the river. Bjornli tanked for a couple of minutes before he made the call. Puromaki tabled {q-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds} with a big smile for the nut straight and doubled up against her opponent who tossed his cards facedown into the muck.

Stig Bjornli no 80,000
Mette Puromaki FI 42,000

Tags: Stig BjornliMette Puromaki

More than 500 Entrants

Jaxon • Level 6: 200-400, 400 ante
Coolbet Open Main Event
Coolbet Open Main Event

It seems that both the Coolbet Open Main Event record and an international event record will likely be set during this Coolbet Open.

The field is already at 512 entrants including 330 so far today. The record during stands at 589 entrants that came out last year for the second-ever Coolbet Open Main Event won by Mats Albertson.

Level:
6
Blinds:
200/400
Ante:
400

More Day 1b Photos

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Photos courtesy of Natalie Black / Coolbet Open.

Peter BergmanToivo OjasooTimo RantamakiMonika LeekJari SaviahoJanne NikanderKristo EralaSebastian WahlJanne NikanderSiim Silver SalumaaJon KyteSiim Silver SalumaaTõnis LinnamägiRagnar RaagTõnis LinnamägiRagnar RaagCoolbet Open Main EventThomas HansenOttomar LadvaVegard MelgalvisAndres AbakanovAndres AbakanovConny ErikssonJon Kyte

Moen Gets Lucky on the Turn

Jaxon • Level 5: 150-300, 300 ante
Stig Moen
Stig Moen

Stig Moen opened for 800 from late position before he called a three-bet from his opponent to 2,500. Moen's opponent bet 2,000 after the {a-}{2-}{5-} came on the flop. Moen raised to 6,000 and his opponent three-bet to 11,000. Moen jammed for about 45,000 which covered his opponent and got a call.

Moen turned over {a-}{2-} and was in jeopardy of being short on chips with his opponent flopping a straight with {4-}{3-}. Moen nailed a four-outer on the turn when the {2-} spiked the board. A blank came on the river and Moen is now one of the early Day 1b chip leaders.

Stig Moen no 85,000 55,000

Tags: Stig Moen

Better Kicker for Tarmi

Jaxon • Level 5: 150-300, 300 ante

Markus Kornfeld checked with about 5,000 in the pot with the {a-Spades}{a-Clubs}{9-Spades}{8-Diamonds} on the board before Roope Tarmi bet 3,200.

Kornfeld called and the {3-Hearts} completed the board on the river. Kornfeld checked before he called a bet of 10,000 from Tarmi.

Tarmi turned over {a-Hearts}{q-Clubs} for trips and won the hand. Kornfeld had the same trips with {a-Diamonds}{5-Hearts} but was outkicked on the hand to send the pot over to Tarmi.

Roope Tarmi fi 50,000 20,000
Markus Kornfeld NO 30,000

Over 300 Entrants in Day 1b

Jaxon • Level 5: 150-300, 300 ante

The action just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Day 1b has already attracted 302 entrants with many more to come.

Level:
5
Blinds:
150/300
Ante:
300

Stream is Live

Jaxon • Level 4: 100-200, 200 ante

The TV table is live. You can watch some of the Day 1b action by clicking on the Live Stream tab. Here is a look at the line-up.

Kristian Zitting FI 57,475 57,475
Jari Hurri fi 36,725 6,725
Erki Andressoo EE 36,025
Andreas Hoivald NO 31,900
Odd-Einar Svinoy NO 25,400
Kristoffer Nyberg SE 25,125
Silvia Cadegan NO 15,850
Pasi Kakkonen FI 8,600
Sebastian Wahl fi 6,575 -23,425

Albertsen in the field

Jaxon • Level 4: 100-200, 200 ante
Mats Albertson
Mats Albertson

Mats Albertsen won the second-ever Coolbet Open Main Event and finished third in the last Main Event in May. He joined the action hoping for another deep finish.

Other players joining in on the fun include Andreas Hoglund, Jussi Mattila, Teemu Toikkanen, Steven Iglesias, and Oskar Wedde.

Mats Albertsen no 30,000 30,000
Andreas Hoglund se 30,000 30,000
Teemu Toikkanen FI 30,000 30,000
Steven Iglesias no 30,000 30,000
Oskar Wedde no 30,000 30,000

Tags: Jussi MattilaMats AlbertsenOskar WeddeSteven Iglesias