Live Events 4
Event 1 - £2,500 Horse

Event Info

Buy-in £2,500
Prize Pool £262,500
Players 105

Level Info

Level 17
Blinds 10,000 / 20,000
Ante 0
Event 1 - £2,500 Horse
Day 3 Completed

Congratulations to £2,500 H.O.R.S.E. Bracelet Winner Thomas Bihl

Thomas Bihl, first-ever overseas bracelet winner
Thomas Bihl, first-ever overseas bracelet winner
Tonight, Thomas Bihl becomes the first person to win a WSOP bracelet outside of Las Vegas and has etched himself a permanent place in poker history. Fittingly enough, Bihl is a player, Betfair being the official sponsor of this inaugural WSOP-Europe.

Bihl was just presented his bracelet by WSOP Commissioner Jeffrey Pollack, and thanked both Betfair and his parents, who could not be here tonight, for all their support.

"It's every poker players' dream to win a bracelet," a humble Bihl said in a post-victory interview. "I hope the good run continues."

Tags: Thomas Bihl

Thomas Bihl Wins the £2,500 H.O.R.S.E. Event (£70,875), Jennifer Harman Eliminated in Second Place (£40,688)

Runner-up Jennifer Harman
Runner-up Jennifer Harman
Hand #353: Bihl calls from the button and Harman checks her option. The flop is {K-Spades}{7-Spades}{7-Clubs}. Harman checks, Bihl checks. The turn is the {10-Spades}. Harman checks, Bihl bets, Harman raises all in for 67,000 and Bihl calls 27,000 more.

Harman has two pair, tens and sevens, while Bihl has an open-ended straight draw and a flush draw. The river is a six, making Bihl's ten-high straight and he is our H.O.R.S.E. champion, winning £70,875. Harman takes home £40,688 for her runner-up finish.

Today's Final Table Money Winners:
1 Thomas Bihl £ 70,875
2 Jennifer Harman £ 40,688
3 Kirk Morrison £ 26,250
4 Chris "Jesus" Ferguson £ 21,700
5 Alex Kravchenko £ 17,850
6 Yuval Bronshtein £ 14,438
7 Joe Beevers £ 11,812
8 Gary Jones £ 9,188

Tags: Jennifer Harman

Hands #351-2 (Hold'em)

Hand #351: Harman quickly passes when Bihl bets a flop of {A-Clubs}{Q-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}.

Hand #352: Bihl gets a walk. Harman has to use her last remaining stacks of orange 1K chips to make up the blinds...

Hand #349-350 (Hold'em)

Hand #349: Bihl gives Harman a walk.

Hand #350: Harman raises from the button and Bihl calls. The flop is 5-5-6. Bihl bets, Harman raises, and Bihl calls. The turn is the {J-Hearts}. Bihl checks, Harman bets and Bihl calls. The river is the {10-Hearts}. Both players check. Bihl shows a pair of sixes and they're good enough to win the pot.

Hands #347-8 (Hold'em)

Hand #347: Bihl calls preflop, check from Harman.

Flop: {K-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds}. Bihl bets 20K -- called.

Turn: {4-Spades}. Harman bets 40k, Bihl raises, Harman calls.

River: {4-Clubs}. Harman check-folds at this juncture.

Hand #348: Bihl gets a walk in the big blind.

Hands #344-346 (Stud/8)

Hand #344: Unknown action. Effel jokes that he's not announcing any more hands until these two play a pot.

Hand #345: Harman brings it in, Bihl folds and Harman wins the pot.

Hand #346:

Bihl: {3-Hearts}{8-Spades}
Harman: {A-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}

Bihl brings it in, Harman completes and Bihl calls. On fourth street Harman checks, Bihl bets and Harman folds.