2021 World Series of Poker Europe End Boss Poker Series BetMGM
Event #13: $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Lowball Draw
Days:
123

Event Info

Buy-in $1,500
Players 296

Level Info

Level 26
Blinds 15,000 / 30,000
Ante 45,000
Level:
23
Blinds:
10,000/20,000
Ante:
30,000

Wong vs. Bronshtein

Djinn • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Every pot that involves a called raise at this blind level is a significant one. Just now Yuval Bronshtein called Wong's 30,000 open from the big blind. Both players stood pat. Bronshtein checked and Wong bet 40,000. Bronshtein called, looked at Wong's {9-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}{5-Clubs}{2-Hearts} and mucked his hand.

Ajay Chabra us
Ajay Chabra
us 1,300,000
Jerry Wong us
Jerry Wong
us 685,000 210,000
Michael Sortino us
Michael Sortino
us 350,000 -85,000
Steven Tabb us
Steven Tabb
us 340,000 -80,000
Yuval Bronshtein il
Yuval Bronshtein
il 260,000 -205,000

Tags: Jerry WongYuval Bronshtein

Three in a Row for Tabb, One Bigger One for Bronshtein

Djinn • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Steven Tabb took down three pots in a row - raising under the gun to 32,000 with no caller, getting a walk from Yuval Bronshtein, and raising from the small blind to 40,000 and taking Jerry Wong's big blind.

The next hand, Ajay Chabra spotted an exposed {5-Spades} on the deal that was meant for Bronshtein and it was taken as the burn. "If it was a king, I wouldn't see it!" Chabra joked. Then he made it 24,000 to go under the gun, called by his neighbour Bronshtein. Both players drew one card. Chabra check-called Bronshtein's 55,000 bet and was shown a winning {9-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{7-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{3-Hearts}.

Yuval Bronshtein il
Yuval Bronshtein
il 465,000 87,000

Tags: Ajay ChabraSteven TabbYuval Bronshtein

Sortino Cold Four-Bet Shoves

Jan_Kores • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Steven Tabb opened to 27,000 and Jerry Wong re-raised to 80,000 from the button before Michael Sortino woke up with a hand in the small blind. Sortino announced he was all in and Wong asked for a count, learning that it was exactly 300,000.

Wong thought for a bit but he eventually waived the white flag.

Jerry Wong us
Jerry Wong
us 470,000 -160,000
Michael Sortino us
Michael Sortino
us 435,000 85,000

Tags: Jerry WongMichael SortinoSteven Tabb

Bjorn Geissert Eliminated in 6th Place ($13,892)

Djinn • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante
Final table players
Final table players

After being involved (on the winning side) of most of the action in the first fifteen minutes, Bjorn Geissert is suddenly on the rail, illustrating the fickle nature of the no limit poker gods.

From the second position, Jerry Wong raised to 25,000, button Ajay Chabra made it 65,000 and then Geissert moved his stack across the line once more. The bet was around 295,000. Chabra made the call and both players stood pat.

Geissert: {9-}{7-}{6-}{5-}{2-}
Chabra: {8-}{5-}{4-}{3-}{2-}

"Headline: Ajay nit rolled..." said Jerry Wong, as Geissert shook hands with all of his erstwhile opponents. There was some good-natured discussion on the amount of time a decision has to take to count as a nit-roll, and then play continued five-handed.

Ajay Chabra us
Ajay Chabra
us 1,240,000 300,000
Bjorn Geissert de
Bjorn Geissert
de Busted

Tags: Ajay ChabraBjorn GeissertJerry Wong

Northbound Trend for Geissert

Jan_Kores • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Bjorn Geissert made it 27,000 in the first position and his neighbor Steven Tabb called. They peeled one a piece and Geissert checked to Tabb who fired a bet of 100,000. Geissert called and Tabb rolled over {9-}{8-}{8-}{6-}{2-} for a pair of eights. Geissert tabled {10-}{8-}{5-}{4-}{3-} and eclipsed 300,000 in chips.

Steven Tabb us
Steven Tabb
us 400,000 -122,000
Bjorn Geissert de
Bjorn Geissert
de 310,000 150,000

Tags: Bjorn GeissertSteven Tabb

Early Double for Geissert

Djinn • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Bjorn Geissert three-bet all in on the button over a raise to 24,000 from Ajay Chabra.

"That's seventy, right?" asked Chabra, before making the call. Geissert stood pat with what turned out to be {10-}{9-}{8-}{7-}{3-} while Chabra drew one to {9-}{6-}{5-}{4-}. The one he drew was an ace; Geissert doubles up.

"All you gotta do is keep winning all-ins," his tablemate said. "Did he apologise?"

This was in reference to Geissert's doubling repeatedly in the wee hours of the morning as Day 2 played to six handed. He tended to apologise for keeping his opponents up - and in return they didn't begrudge him his boosts in chips.

Ajay Chabra us
Ajay Chabra
us 940,000 -91,000
Bjorn Geissert de
Bjorn Geissert
de 160,000 100,000

Tags: Ajay ChabraBjorn Geissert

Geissert Down to a Nub

Jan_Kores • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Jerry Wong raised to 30,000 under the gun and Bjorn Geissert called in the small blind. Geissert drew one and Wong stood pat. Geissert let Wong fire 40,000 and called after about 30 seconds.

Wong turned up {9-}{8-}{6-}{5-}{2-} and Geissert mucked his hand. Geissert continued with his last 60,000.

Jerry Wong us
Jerry Wong
us 630,000 95,000
Bjorn Geissert de
Bjorn Geissert
de 60,000 -110,000

Tags: Bjorn GeissertJerry Wong

Play Underway

Djinn • Level 22: 6,000-12,000, 18,000 ante

Cards, five to each player every hand (sometimes more), are back in the air as the six-handed final table starts its journey towards awarding a Deuce to Seven WSOP bracelet.