888poker WPTDS London Online 2021 World Series of Poker Europe End Boss Poker Series BetMGM
Event #54: $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
123
Level:
21
Blinds:
6,000/12,000
Ante:
2,000

Redraw For The Final Two Tables

MrCleverFox • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante
TableSeatPlayer
4521Joseph Wertz
4522Barry Hutter
4523Kenneth Gregersen
4524Dana Castaneda
4525Matthias Bednarek
4526Emile Petit
4527Jacob Bazeley
4528Monte Hoover
4529Orjan Skommo
   
4531Thomas Hall
4532Jason Bigelow
4533Molissa Farber
4534Philippe Clerc
4535Andre Sochovsky
4536Kelly Slay
4537Rupesh Pattni
4538Michael Zucchet
4539Nicco Maag

Marcus Aurelius Eliminated in 19th Place ($12,999)

Jonathan_Zaun • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante
Marcus Aurelius - 19th Place
Marcus Aurelius - 19th Place

The end of Marcus Aurelius imperial reign over this event occurred when he flopped an ace holding {A-Hearts}{3-Hearts}. Unfortunately for Aurelius, the flop of {a-Diamonds}{8-Clubs}{8-Spades} hit Barry Hutter even harder, as he held the {5-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}, and when Aurelius moved all in on the turn for more than 400,000, Hutter snap-called with his trip eights.

Turn: {2-Spades}
River: {j-Diamonds}

Fourth and fifth street failed to deliver Aurelius the ace he needed to survive, and he was eliminated in 19th place, earning $12,999 for his efforts.

Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Aurelius
Busted

Plenty of Extras Being Given Away At This Year's WSOP

donpeters • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante

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While the site has yet to launch, you can head to the Lambada Room of the Rio or look for one of the beautiful and friendly WSOP.com ladies walking the hallways to sign up for a free, personal WSOP.com online poker account. This is a great way to get a jump on the site's registration, and plenty of people have already taken this opportunity.

What's more is that the WSOP will be hosting daily raffles for everyone that has taken the time to register for WSOP.com at the Rio. What can you win? Plenty of fantastic prizes including 36 WSOP seats!

Players 21 years of age and older who sign up for a WSOP.com account will automatically be entered into the “36-Seat Giveaway” where a randomly-selected winner will win a seat into the next day’s first WSOP gold bracelet event. One of the events eligible in this promotion is the $111,111 One Drop High Roller No-Limit Hold’em tournament that is expected to feature a $10,000,000 prize pool and allow you to play poker with the biggest names in the game. In total, $182,333 in WSOP seats, including a seat to the WSOP Main Event, are being given away during this one-of-a-kind WSOP.com promotion.

In addition to the 36-Seat Giveaway, a “Hot Seat” promotion will allow any player who signs up for a WSOP.com online account and wears their WSOP.com patch on their chest at the table while playing an event to be randomly selected to receive 500 bonus dollars deposited directly into their WSOP.com online account once the site has received all regulatory approvals and launches.

With 62 WSOP gold bracelet events and three winners promised for the Main Event, this promotion includes $32,000 worth of value to those participating.

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Michael Katz Eliminated in 20th Place ($12,999)

Jonathan_Zaun • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante

When he found {A-Spades}{J-Clubs} in the hole, Michael Katz was happy to play an all-in pot against Matthias Bednarek and his {A-Diamonds}{10-Clubs}, but the {j-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{2-Diamonds} flop put him on the brink of a bad beat.

Turn: {10-Diamonds}

The diamond was a dagger through the heart for Katz, and he was drawing dead headed to the river, which fell {q-Diamonds} just to pour a little salt in the wound. Katz finished in 20th place, and he pocketed $12,999 for besting more than 2,800 competitors over two days of play.

Michael Katz us
Michael Katz
us Busted

Lee Downing Eliminated in 22nd Place ($12,999)

Jonathan_Zaun • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante

With an elimination occurring seemingly every other hand, we failed to catch Lee Downing's last moments of the tournament, but he was sent to the rail in 22nd place. For his deep run in this event, Downing earned $12,999 in prize money.

Lee Downing US
Lee Downing
US Busted

Gabriel Nassif Eliminated in 23rd Place ($12,999)

Jonathan_Zaun • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante
Gabriel Nassif - 23rd Place
Gabriel Nassif - 23rd Place

The last of Gabriel Nassif's chips were put at risk when the Frenchman found the {A-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds}, but Marcus Aurelius got it in with {K-Diamonds}{Q-Spades} to put him at risk.

The flop spelled doom for Nassif, coming {k-Spades}{8-Hearts}{5-Clubs}, and when the turn ({3-Diamonds}) and river ({3-Spades}) failed to deliver a saving ace, he was eliminated in 23rd place. Nassif earned $12,999 for his finish here in this event.

Gabriel Nassif FR
Gabriel Nassif
FR Busted

Louis Salter Eliminated in 24th Place ($12,999)

Jonathan_Zaun • Level 20: 5,000-10,000, 1,000 ante

Louis Salter lost a huge pot when his {A-Hearts}{8-Clubs} was ran down by {K-Spades}{Q-Diamonds} on the river, after the board came {10-Spades}{4-Spades}{10-Hearts}{8-Spades}{3-Spades}.

Soon afterward, Salter was eliminated by Barry Hutter, when his {K-Clubs}{8-} was unable to catch up to Hutter's {A-Diamonds}{4-Spades} on the {6-Spades}{j-Hearts}{2-Clubs}{7-Hearts}{j-Diamonds} board.

Salter finished in 25th place, and he took home $12,999 in prize money for his efforts.

Louis Salter gb
Louis Salter
gb Busted