Day 2 Completed
|Blinds||75,000 / 150,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 Completed
Johan "YoH ViraL" Guilbert secured the biggest cash of his career at the Super High Roller Bowl Europe after winning Event #2: $25,000 No-Limit Hold'em for $506,250.
He defeated Selahaddin Bedir in an entertaining heads-up match, with the Turkish player also registering his biggest live cash, as he took home $364,500.
Meanwhile, 2017 Super High Roller Bowl winner Christoph Vogelsang secured fourth place despite being down to two big blinds six-handed, while PokerGO Tour leader Ali Imsirovic got his SHRB Europe off to a good start, finishing sixth.
Super High Roller Bowl Europe Event #2: $25,000 NLHE Final Table Results
|3||Seth Davies||United States||$243,000|
|5||David Stamm||United States||$162,000|
|6||Ali Imsirovic||United States||$121,500|
Final Table Recap
Guilbert held onto his chip lead from the start of the day as the final table got underway, and quickly got stuck in after sending Vladi Chaoulov to the rail on the very first hand.
As the players behind him battled it out, Pascal Lefrancois was eliminated by Selahaddin Bedir, before Guilbert added another victim with the elimination of Saman Nakhjavani.
The Frenchman wasn't untouchable, however, with Christoph Vogelsang doubling through him. A short while later David Stamm doubled through the German who was left with less than two big blinds.
Vogelsang would double back through Stamm, and also through Seth Davies to stave off elimination as Ali Imsirovic and Stamm fell in sixth and fifth. After laddering twice, Vogelsang followed them out the door in fourth place.
Davies had been quiet at the final table, and had never been under any pressure as players fell around him. Three-handed he was unable to pick out any clear spots and he was eliminated in third by Bedir, with stacks level ahead of heads-up.
Despite leading the entire final table, Guilbert could only sit and watch as Bedir opened up a lead, before the biggest pot of heads-up saw Guilbert open up a 5:1 chip lead. Bedir would double back through the Frenchman to stay alive, but Guilbert would close it out to secure the win.
Still to Come at the Super High Roller Bowl Europe
There's still plenty of live coverage to come here on PokerNews from the Super High Roller Bowl Europe. Event #3: $25,000 Short Deck Hold’em kicked off earlier today, and we will be bring you live updates from the final table tomorrow.
We will also be bringing you live updates on all remaining events from the Merit Casino in Cyprus, including the $250,000 buy-in Super High Roller Bowl Europe.
|August 25-26, 2021||Event #3: $25,000 Short Deck Hold’em|
|August 26-27, 2021||Event #4: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|August 27-28, 2021||Event #5: $50,000 Short Deck Hold’em|
|August 28-29, 2021||Event #6: $100,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
|August 29-30, 2021||Event #7: $100,000 Short Deck Hold’em|
|August 30 - September 01, 2021||SHRB Europe $250,000 No-Limit Hold’em Main Event|
|August 31 - September 01, 2021||Event #8: $50,000 No-Limit Hold’em|
Johan Guilbert raised to 300,000 with and Selahaddin Bedir called with .
The flop gave Guilbert two pair, and Bedir a flush draw. He checked and Guilbert bet 225,000. Bedir called.
The turn was the and Guilbert bet 750,000. Bedir shoved for 3.3 million with his straight and flush draws. Guilbert used a time bank before calling.
The river was the and Guilbert secured victory. Bedir was eliminated in second place for $364,500.
Johan Guilbert raised to 400,000 and Selahaddin Bedir called with .
The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the and both players checked again.
The river was the and Bedir checked for the third time. Guilbert bet 500,000 and after some thought, Bedir called.
Guilbert's rivered pair was good and he took down the pot.
Johan Guilbert raised to 400,000 and Selahaddin Bedir called. The flop came .
Bedir check-called 225,000 and the turn was the . Both players checked and the river was the . Bedir bet 775,000 and Guilbert tanked before calling and being shown his opponent's full house.
After losing the first hand back from the break, Johan Guilbert raised to 400,000 and Selahaddin Bedir shoved with . Guilbert folded.
Johan Guilbert opened to 300,000 with and Selahaddin Bedir three-bet all in for 1.5 million.
The king-high flop of saw Bedir move ahead. The turn was the and the river the as Bedir doubled up.
Johan Guilbert raised to 300,000 and Selahaddin Bedir called. The flop gave both players a pair and Bedir checked to Guilbert who bet 250,000.
Bedir called and the pair saw the on the turn. Bedir checked again and Guilbert bet 1 million into a pot of 1.2 million. Bedir called.
The river was the . Bedir checked once more and Guilbert bet 1.7 million. Bedir used several time banks before calling and Guilbert took down the pot and opened up a big lead heads-up.