2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #4: €3,200 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout
Day: 1
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Final Results
Winning Hand
Event Info
Level Info
15,000 / 30,000

Event #4: €3,200 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout

Day 1 Completed

Day 2 Seat Draw

Level 9 : 800/1,600, 200 ante
 Table 71
1Ryan D'Angelo
2Steve O'Dwyer
3Freddy Deeb
 Table 72
1Massenat Pierrot
2Jose De la Guardia
3John Armbrust
 Table 73
1Richard Toth
2Chad Brown
3Anton Makiievskyi
 Table 74
1Bertrand Grospellier
2Keven Stammen
3Dylan Wilkerson
 Table 75
1Salavatore Bianco
2David Peters
3Tristan Wade
 Table 76
1Terrance Chan
2Vanessa Selbst
3Max Silver
 Table 77
1James Mitchell
2Sean Getzwiller
3Taylor Paur
 Table 78
1Kirill Telezhkin
2Tommy Vedes
3Emil Patel
 Table 79
1Nikita Nikolaev
2James Dempsey
3Adrien Allain
 Table 80
1Tobias Reinkemeier
2Jeffrey Hakim
3Michael Watson

Day 1 Completed

Level 9 : 800/1,600, 200 ante

Day 1 of the €3,200 No Limit Hold'em Shootout has come to an end after the 256 players were reduced to just 30, all of whom are now in the money and guaranteed to take home at least €6,913 for their efforts in this tournament.

The first player to progress from their table was Vanessa Selbst, who overcame the likes of Dominik Nitsche, Lari Sivho and the great Erik Seidel on her way to Day 2. Other notable players who will return for a three-handed shootout tomorrow include David Peters, Taylor Paur, Chad Brown, Tobias Reinkemeier, Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier, Terrance Chan and Freddy Deeb.

Amongst those who bought in but failed to navigate through the extremely tough field included Johnny Chan, Phil Hellmuth, Daniel Negreanui, David Williams, Kevin MacPhee, Ben Lamb, Isaac Haxton and Sorel Mizzi. The list of notable players who did not make it through could fill this page there were that many!

Play resumes at 1500 CET and will see the blinds rolled back to 500/1,000/100a and play will be across ten three-handed tables. Join us tomorrow for all the action, as it happens, here on PokerNews.

Hastings Last Man Out

Level 9 : 800/1,600, 200 ante

Brian Hastings has been eliminated at the hands of Nikita Nikolovea to bring Day 1 to a close. Hastings was down to around 10 big blinds and Nikolovea had been putting him all in for the past four or five hands.

He did so again when holding {A-Diamonds}{6-Spades} and Hastings called with {K-Diamonds}{J-Spades}. Neither player improved on the {3-Clubs}{5-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts}{7-Spades}{5-Spades} board but Nikolovea's ace-kicker came into play, sending Hastings to the rail.

Tags: Nikita NikoloveaBrian Hastings

Level: 9

Blinds: 800/1,600

Ante: 200

Chan nicks Cardyn's Chips

Level 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante
Terrence Chan
Terrence Chan

Terrance Chan came back from a big heads-up deficit against Nicolas Cardyn to move onwards with 81,600 chips.

Cardyn limped in from the button and then shoved when Chan made it another 2,000 to go. Chan called to create the showdown.

Cardyn: {j-Clubs}{10-Hearts}
Chan {a-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}

The board ran {5-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{6-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}.

Chan said he felt that he could and maybe should have been beaten him, but when he won a big hand it seemed as if his opponent gave up slightly.

Tags: Terrance ChanNicolas Cardyn

Hastings Doubles Up With Seven-Deuce

Level 8 : 600/1,200, 200 ante

Brian Hastings is sporting a "Micros" t-shirt and has just been in a hand that Chase Berger, Tommy Phuoc and Rose Ballenger would have been proud of.

On a {10-Hearts}{Q-Spades}{5-Hearts}{3-Hearts} board, Nikita Nikolaev checked, Hastings bet 2,800 and Nikolaev called. The river was the {7-Spades} and again Nikolaev checked. Hastings paused before moving all in for 11,500 and after 90 seconds Nikolaev made the call.

"Flush," said Hastings before turning over {7-Hearts}{2-Hearts}. The low flush was good as Nikolaev mucked.

Tags: Brian HastingsNikita Nikolaev