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Event #8: €1,111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em
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Highlights

Highlights

Event #8: €1,111 Little One for One Drop No-Limit Hold'em
Day 1a Completed

Serghei Lisiy Bags Big Chip Lead on Day 1a of the Little One for One Drop

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante
Serghei Lisiy
Serghei Lisiy

On the first of two starting days of Event #8: Little One for One Drop, 304 entries including 42 re-entries were made and 51 players survived the day. Runaway chipleader at the end of the day was Serghei Lisiy, who bagged 463,000 points. Notables like six-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeff Lisandro, Uri Reichenstein and Barny Boatman also survived the first starting day.

Lisiy went on a tear during the final levels of the day, gobbling up chips of Catalin Pop and Robert Auer, among others, in the process. Behind Lisiy, Radek Castka finished in second place (324,100), while Artan Dedusha sits in third (321,600). Notables that didn't make it through include Ismael Bojang, Georgios Zisimopoulos, John Racener, Asi Moshe and Ryan Hughes.

Uri Reichenstein had a strong showing and topped the leaderboard for most of the day. Reichenstein lost a big pot with pocket queens against Vlado Banicevic's pocket nines during the penultimate level of the day and eventually ended up in fifth place with 221,800. Banicevic himself bagged 202,900, which puts him in the top ten. Allen Kessler and Jeff Lisandro survived the day with short stacks and bagged 42,200 and 34,900, respectively.

Tomorrow at 2 p.m. local time, the second of two starting flights will commence. Players will once again receive 20,000 in chips and 14 levels of 40 minutes each will be played. Follow PokerNews as we get closer to a brand-new winner of a coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

Tags: Asi MosheBarny BoatmanCatalin PopIsmael BojangJeffrey LisandroJohn RacenerRadek CastkaRobert AuerRyan HughesSerghei LisiyUri Reichenstein

End of Day 1a Chip Counts (full)

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante
Serghei Lisiy md
Serghei Lisiy
md 463,000
Radek Castka cz
Radek Castka
cz 324,100 154,100
Artan Dedusha gb
Artan Dedusha
gb 321,600 1,600
Pavel Švach CZ
Pavel Švach
CZ 236,900 236,900
Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
il 221,800 -13,200
Daniel Trett gb
Daniel Trett
gb 218,500 218,500
Oliver Heidel de
Oliver Heidel
de 208,900 78,900
Vlado Banicevic me
Vlado Banicevic
me 202,900 2,900
Timo Kamphues de
Timo Kamphues
de 186,000 -24,000
Cem Eryigit BE
Cem Eryigit
BE 168,000 168,000
Erkan Sönmez tr
Erkan Sönmez
tr 165,000 165,000
Volodymyr Pilyavsky UA
Volodymyr Pilyavsky
UA 162,200 162,200
Johannes Mansbart at
Johannes Mansbart
at 143,500 143,500
Andriy Palyuga ua
Andriy Palyuga
ua 143,000 53,000
Jusef Pahlewani DE
Jusef Pahlewani
DE 139,400 139,400
Evgeny Kafelnikov RU
Evgeny Kafelnikov
RU 133,300 133,300
Michal Zielinski pl
Michal Zielinski
pl 130,700 -19,300
Yitshak Bahar IL
Yitshak Bahar
IL 129,400 129,400
Fabio De Nardi IT
Fabio De Nardi
IT 122,200 122,200
Jasmin Mahmutovic DK
Jasmin Mahmutovic
DK 119,500 119,500
Yewale Ramkrishna IN
Yewale Ramkrishna
IN 113,500
Frank De Busscher be
Frank De Busscher
be 112,000 52,000
Oleh Haisiuk ua
Oleh Haisiuk
ua 111,100 111,100
Catherine Ivgy FR
Catherine Ivgy
FR 110,300 110,300
Gergo Fekete HU
Gergo Fekete
HU 109,500

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It's a Wrap

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante

And just like that, Day 1a has concluded. With 23 minutes left in the level, the final 54 players were reached and play has been suspended for the day. As expected, Serghei Lisiy has finished the day as the massive chipleader.

Lisiy Extends His Chip Lead

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante

Serghei Lisiy has been on an absolute tear throughout the last two levels and just send another player to the rail. On a {5-Clubs}{3-Clubs}{3-Spades}{9-Hearts} board, Lisiy was facing an all-in shove of 55,000.

Lisiy called with {K-Hearts}{K-Clubs} and was up against {9-Spades}{8-Spades}. The river was the {J-Clubs} and Lisiy added another batch of chips to move up to 450,000.

Serghei Lisiy md
Serghei Lisiy
md 450,000 90,000

Tags: Serghei Lisiy

Reichenstein and Banicevic Locking Horns

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante
Uri Reichenstein
Uri Reichenstein

Uri Reichenstein and Vlado Banicevic have been clashing with each other for the better part of the day. Just now, the two tangled again with Banicevic in middle position and Reichenstein in the cutoff.

With the pot already sizable, the board read {5-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}{9-Spades}{10-Hearts} and Banicevic checked. Reicheinstein bet 20,500, Banicevic check-raised to 49,000 and Reichenstein called.

On the {2-Clubs} river, Banicevic moved all in for 65,000 and Reicheinstein folded after a minute, showing {Q-Diamonds}{Q-Hearts} after being prompted. Banicevic showed {9-Clubs}{9-Hearts} for the flopped and sportingly fist-bumped his opponent for the good laydown.

Uri Reichenstein il
Uri Reichenstein
il 235,000 -55,000
Vlado Banicevic me
Vlado Banicevic
me 200,000 70,000

Tags: Uri ReichensteinVlado Banicevic

Heidel Finds A Queen

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante

After a raise in early position, Oliver Heidel committed his stack of around 60,000 to the pot with {A-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}. Another player came over the top with {A-Diamonds}{K-Hearts} but a queen in the window gave Heidel the winner.

Oliver Heidel de
Oliver Heidel
de 130,000

Tags: Oliver Heidel

Lisiy Slashes Pop

KaleGozer • Level 13: 1,200-2,400, 400 ante
Catalin Pop
Catalin Pop

There was already a substantial pot brewing between Catalin Pop and Serghei Lisiy with action on the latter. The board was reading {2-Clubs}{A-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}{5-Spades}{2-Diamonds} and Lisiy bet 33,000. Pop glanced briefly at him, then slid in a call.

Lisiy showed {A-Hearts}{Q-Clubs} and Pop flung his hand into the muck.

Serghei Lisiy md
Serghei Lisiy
md 260,000
Catalin Pop RO
Catalin Pop
RO 32,000 -43,000

Tags: Catalin PopSerghei Lisiy