2022 WSOP International Circuit - WSOPC Rozvadov - Autumn Edition

€1,700 NLH Main Event
Days: 2
Event Info

2022 WSOP International Circuit - WSOPC Rozvadov - Autumn Edition

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Prize Pool
Level Info
200,000 / 400,000
Players Info - Day 2
Players Left

€1,700 NLH Main Event

Day 2 Completed

Bushell and Ruzicka Among the Leaders as Day 2 Concludes Shy of Money Bubble

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
Matthew Bushell
Matthew Bushell

The 2022 World Series of Poker International Circuit €1,700 Main Event Autumn Edition at the King's Resort in Rozvadov is one step closer to crowning a champion. Out of a field of 748 entries, only 84 players remain in contention in Europe's biggest poker arena and they all aim to secure a portion of the €1,101,430 prize pool.

Upon completion of nine 60-minute levels, the money bubble was all but reached as the top 80 finishers will earn at least €3,395 for their efforts. With just a few eliminations away from the stone cold bubble, the end of the night was a tense affair and six players claimed a seven-figure stack to their name in pursuit of WSOP glory.

The UK's Matthew Bushell leads the way with 1,208,000, narrowly ahead of Eden Anzio (1,183,000) and Mirza Veletanlic (1,147,000). Czech WSOP Main Event finalist Vojtech Ruzicka retained his prime spot after bagging the most chips on Day 1b and showcased his talents on the live-streamed feature table to finish the night with 1,028,000.

Top 10 Chip Counts After Day 2

PositionPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Matthew BushellUnited Kingdom1,208,000101
2Eden AnzioIsrael1,183,00099
3Mirza VeletanlicSweden1,147,00096
4Vojtech RuzickaCzech Republic1,028,00086
5Renat BohdanovUkraine1,027,00086
6Dawid SmolkaPoland1,019,00085
7Samuel TebegeGermany987,00082
8Lars KamphuesGermany880,00073
9Andrea SiriguItaly867,00072
10Iman GhashayarNetherlands819,00068

The overnight top ten also features the WSOP Europe bracelet winner Renat Bohdanov, Dawid Smolka, and Lars Kamphues. Bohdanov was involved in a dramatic turn of events during the final hands of the night when his four-bet shove with kings was paid off by Radu Pitic, who only had king-queen and lost the vast majority of his stack.

Bushell's rise to the top of the leaderboard culminated in level 16 when the Brit flopped a set of fours and Georgios Vrakas was unable to lay down pocket aces for an overpair. Second-placed Anzio won the largest pot of the day after he scored a massive double through Italy's Christian Bertu in a four-bet pot.

Other notables in prime position for a run to the nine-handed final table on Day 3 include Waheed Ashraf, Nicola Angelini, Onur Unsal, Jason Wheeler, Georgios Tsouloftas, Sergiu Covrig, and Marek Blasko.

The de facto defending champion Volkan Alkan - who topped the April edition in a field of 648 entries - is also still in the mix with a stack of 340,000. Likewise, former WSOP Circuit King's Main Event winner Andrea Ricci has 261,000 at his disposal.

Those who came up short of surviving another day were the likes of Tom Orpaz, Emil Bise, Kully Sidhu, William Kassouf, Ori Hasson, Matous Skorepa, Antoine Vranken, Dalibor Dula, and Vangelis Kaimakamis. Argentina's Maria Lampropulos was also a high-profile casualty of the day but she earned redemption in the early morning hours after topping a field of 155 entries in the €1,100 Bounty Hunter ring event. She defeated King's regular Yehuda Cohen in heads-up for a payday of €24,694 and additional 2022 WSOP Europe €10,350 Main Event ticket.

Maria Lampropulos
No cash in the €1,700 Main Event but a WSOP Circuit ring thereafter for Maria Lampropulos

The same highly sought-after entry will also be awarded to the top 12 finishers in the WSOP Circuit €1,700 Main Event as well. However, until then, it's still a long way to go and the money bubble dynamics will go into effect when Day 3 kicks off at 2pm local time on Monday, October 10, 2022.

Stay tuned right here on PokerNews and on the King's Resort Twitch channel for the conclusion of the tournament in the following two days.

Tags: Andrea RicciAndrea SiriguChristian BertuDalibor DulaDawid SmolkaEden AnzioEmil BiseGeorgios TsouloftasGeorgios VrakasJason WheelerMarek BlaskoMaria LampropulosMatous SkorepaMatthew BushellMirza VeletanlicNicola AngeliniOnur UnsalOri HassonRenat BohdanovSergiu CovrigVangelis KaimakamisVojtech RuzickaVolkan AlkanWaheed AshrafWilliam Kassouf

WSOPC King's €1,700 Main Event Day 3 Seat Draw

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
TableSeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
371Alexey MishukIsrael128,00011
372Massimo SchiralliItaly340,00028
373Francis KlarGermany164,00014
374Fabien PariselFrance407,00034
375Stefan DruscaUnited Kingdom187,00016
376Milad IzadmousaGermany712,00059
377Narcis NedelcuRomania484,00040
378Frantisek JiroutCzech Republic807,00067
1321Denis GergocSwitzerland478,00040
1322Nicola AngeliniItaly786,00066
1323Claudio GuadagninoItaly335,00028
1324Nils PudelGermany397,00033
1325Mirza VeletanlicSweden1,147,00096
1326Andreas ChalkiadakisGreece136,00011
1328Andrea IoccoItaly237,00020
1331Melchers DorianFrance468,00039
1332Aleksandar TomovicSerbia183,00015
1333Iman GhashayarNetherlands819,00068
1334Jason Dewayne WheelerUnited States765,00064
1335Asaf AdatoIsrael347,00029
1336Ilie Smintanca JanuszewskiRomania116,00010
1337Albert HoekendijkNetherlands153,00013
1338Tomasz ChmielPoland541,00045
1341Catalin DiacRomania306,00026
1342Marius GicovanuRomania143,00012
1343Samuel TebegeGermany987,00082
1344Marek BlaskoSlovakia550,00046
1345Darren KennedyCanada111,0009
1346Waheed AshrafUnited Kingdom788,00066
1347Pasquale Di CeglieCroatia430,00036
1348Piotr KruzeSwitzerland245,00020
1351Murat YasaGermany187,00016
1352Linda Van De ReeNetherlands348,00029
1353Radu PiticRomania122,00010
1354Samir BoudeliouFrance322,00027
1355Vojtech RuzickaCzech Republic1,028,00086
1356Georgios TsouloftasCyprus749,00062
1357Sergiu CovrigRomania570,00048
1358Maciej KondraszukPoland139,00012
1471Marc SiebtrothGermany443,00037
1472Deni KvesicCroatia149,00012
1473Pierre TrauerGermany304,00025
1474Levente PalHungary654,00055
1475Andrea SiriguItaly867,00072
1476Frans Van StaalduinenNetherlands645,00054
1477Ido AboudiIsrael176,00015
1478Ioannis GerontasGreece92,0008
1481Tudor PopaRomania483,00040
1482Alain HostettlerSwitzerland125,00010
1483Lukas KlimaCzech Republic238,00020
1484De Han KimSouth Korea767,00064
1485Volkan AlkanGermany340,00028
1486Hubert Baran OsinskiPoland160,00013
1487Uwe MauerhoffGermany393,00033
1488Lars KamphuesGermany880,00073
1492Elias Abou SalehLebanon152,00013
1493Rachid El YaacoubiFrance594,00050
1494Renat BohdanovUkraine1,027,00086
1495Christian BergSweden252,00021
1496David HuNetherlands303,00025
1497Fabio PilatoSwitzerland396,00033
1498Berkan MunarGermany715,00060
1622Boaz FisherIsrael349,00029
1623Yuriy GodlevskiyKazakhstan281,00023
1624Natale AllegraItaly789,00066
1625Alexandru AlmanItaly330,00028
1626Matthew BushellUnited Kingdom1,208,000101
1627Antonio CrocettaItaly482,00040
1628Davide CiglianoItaly163,00014
1631Waldemar KopylGermany427,00036
1632Christopher SchofieldUnited States340,00028
1633Christian DuerschlagGermany136,00011
1634Alireza KeyvarIran580,00048
1635Robert KomlodiRomania134,00011
1636Eden AnzioIsrael1,183,00099
1637Antonino CalabroItaly300,00025
1638Alessandro PagliusoItaly651,00054
1641Dawid SmolkaPoland1,019,00085
1642Andreas FischerGermany358,00030
1643Sertac TurkerTurkey330,00028
1645Hans KersebomGermany161,00013
1646Darko PercicCroatia502,00042
1647Andrea RicciItaly261,00022
1648Onur UnsalTurkey767,00064

End-of-Day 2 Chip Counts (full)

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
Player Chips Progress
Matthew Bushell gb
Matthew Bushell
1,208,000 58,000
Day 2 Chip Leader
Eden Anzio il
Eden Anzio
1,183,000 -17,000
Mirza Veletanlic se
Mirza Veletanlic
1,147,000 97,000
Vojtech Ruzicka cz
Vojtech Ruzicka
1,028,000 346,000
Day 1B Chip Leader
Renat Bohdanov ua
Renat Bohdanov
1,027,000 27,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Dawid Smolka pl
Dawid Smolka
1,019,000 69,000
Samuel Tebege de
Samuel Tebege
987,000 37,000
Lars Kamphues de
Lars Kamphues
880,000 560,000
Day 3 Chip Leader
Andrea Sirigu it
Andrea Sirigu
867,000 -33,000
Iman Ghashayar nl
Iman Ghashayar
819,000 499,000
Frantisek Jirout cz
Frantisek Jirout
807,000 7,000
Natale Allegra it
Natale Allegra
789,000 789,000
Waheed Ashraf gb
Waheed Ashraf
788,000 188,000
Nicola Angelini it
Nicola Angelini
786,000 86,000
Onur Unsal tr
Onur Unsal
767,000 267,000
De Han Kim kr
De Han Kim
767,000 427,000
Jason Wheeler us
Jason Wheeler
765,000 -55,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Georgios Tsouloftas cy
Georgios Tsouloftas
749,000 -151,000
Berkan Munar de
Berkan Munar
715,000 40,000
Milad Izadmousa de
Milad Izadmousa
712,000 82,000
Levente Pal ro
Levente Pal
654,000 434,000
Alessandro Pagliuso it
Alessandro Pagliuso
651,000 490,500
Frans Van Staalduinen nl
Frans Van Staalduinen
645,000 495,000
Rachid El Yaacoubi fr
Rachid El Yaacoubi
594,000 134,000
Alireza Keyvar ir
Alireza Keyvar
580,000 105,000

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Big Double for Bohdanov At the Very End

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
Renat Bohdanov
Renat Bohdanov

A raise to 55,000 was in front of Renat Bohdanov on the button and Radu Pitic then squeezed to 190,000 out of the big blind. It had folded back to Bohdanov who pushed all-in and Pitic asked for a count.

The shove was for 496,000 and Pitic had that covered by a small margin only. A crowd gathered around the table and Andrea Ricci eventually called the clock on Pitic, who did call during the last few seconds of his 30-second countdown.

Renat Bohdanov: {k-Hearts}{k-Spades}
Radu Pitic: {k-Diamonds}{q-Hearts}

There were audible gasps in the crowd when the cards were revealed and Bohdanov held up on a {j-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{3-Spades}{2-Clubs}{7-Diamonds} runout to claim a seven-figure stack to his name.

Player Chips Progress
Renat Bohdanov ua
Renat Bohdanov
1,000,000 870,000
WSOP 1X Winner
Radu Pitic ro
Radu Pitic
130,000 30,000

Tags: Andrea RicciRadu PiticRenat Bohdanov

No Cash for Noja

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
Antonio Crocetta
Antonio Crocetta

Antonio Crocetta raised to 27,000 and then faced the three-bet shove by Danielle Noja in the small blind for what appeared to be 170,000. The call followed as both tabled their cards.

Danielle Noja: {a-Hearts}{10-Clubs}
Antonio Crocetta: {a-Clubs}{k-Clubs}

"I didn't want to spend more time with you anyways but could have picked a nicer guy to give the chips to," Aussie Noja joked.

His dominated kicker failed to connect on the {q-Spades}{7-Hearts}{5-Spades}{4-Hearts}{7-Clubs} board and the third-last hand of the night brought the field down to 84 hopefuls.

Player Chips Progress
Antonio Crocetta it
Antonio Crocetta
450,000 230,000
Danielle Noja au
Danielle Noja

Tags: Antonio CrocettaDanielle Noja

Chalkiadakis Has a New Best Friend

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante
Andreas Chalkiadakis
Andreas Chalkiadakis

Just prior to the final three hands of the night, Andreas Chalkiadakis was all-in and at risk from the button. Two players were still active on the {q-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{8-Spades} flop on which Narcis Nedelcu bet 40,000 from under the gun and Alexandru Alman called.

The {6-Diamonds} followed on the turn and Nedelcu bet for another 50,000, forcing out Alman.

"Because I like you," Nedelcu said with a big smile on the face and flashed the {k-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}.

"I gonna kiss you if I win this one," Andreas Chalkiadakis said as he tabled the {a-Hearts}{j-Diamonds}. The ace-high was good even after the {2-Spades} river and the Greek indeed walked over to Nedelcu and embraced him. "Now you are my friend, too," he joked.

Player Chips Progress
Narcis Nedelcu ro
Narcis Nedelcu
490,000 90,000
Day 1A Chip Leader
Alexandru Alman it
Alexandru Alman
400,000 -75,000
Andreas Chalkiadakis gr
Andreas Chalkiadakis
136,000 36,000

Tags: Alexandru AlmanAndreas ChalkiadakisNarcis Nedelcu

Clock Stopped With 85 Remaining

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Down to the last ten minutes in the level and 85 players still in the mix, the clock has been stopped and the final three hands of the night were drawn. Since the tournament is so close to the money bubble, these final three hands will essentially be played in hand-for-hand mode to avoid any costly mishaps.

Player Chips Progress
Adrian Koermoeczy hu
Adrian Koermoeczy

No Cash for "Onkel Otto"

Level 18 : Blinds 5,000-10,000, 10,000 ante

Table 108 lost two players in quick succession in Clayde Terlaan and "Onkel Otto". A new big stack emerged there as well in Samuel Tebege but he wasn't directly involved in the last showdown.

Milad Izadmousa raised to 22,000 in the hijack and then called the shove by "Onkel Otto" for 128,000 in the cutoff.

"Onkel Otto": {8-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}
Milad Izadmousa: {j-Clubs}{j-Diamonds}

The {10-Hearts}{3-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{q-Hearts}{5-Diamonds} board brought no help to the dominated pair as the next elimination brought the field closer to the bubble.

Player Chips Progress
Samuel Tebege de
Samuel Tebege
950,000 950,000
Milad Izadmousa de
Milad Izadmousa
630,000 495,000
Alexandru Alman it
Alexandru Alman
475,000 65,000
Tudor Popa ro
Tudor Popa
450,000 -360,000
Narcis Nedelcu ro
Narcis Nedelcu
400,000 -520,000
Day 1A Chip Leader
Andreas Chalkiadakis gr
Andreas Chalkiadakis
30,000 -300,000
Clayde Terlaan nl
Clayde Terlaan
Onkel Otto de
Onkel Otto
Antonio Falocco it
Antonio Falocco

Tags: Clayde TerlaanMilad IzadmousaOnkel OttoSamuel Tebege