MSPT Deadwood 2021 NJSCOOP 2021 MISCOOP
Event #1: €550 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold'em
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Event #1: €550 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold'em
Day 1g Completed

Boros Bags Day 1G Chip Lead; Amedi, Petleshkov, Bensimhon, and Chmielewski Also Through

poolshir • Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante
Daniel Boros
Daniel Boros

The penultimate flight which was Day 1G of Event #1: €550 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold'em finished after eighteen levels of play and was the biggest up till now with 820 entries which 85 players who managed to find a bag at the end of the day. Adding these entries to the tally, the total number of entries catapulted to 2,153 which meant that the €1,000,000 guaranteed prize pool was surpassed before Day 1H even started. Including the 122 surviving players over the first six starting days, the tournament now has 207 players already making it to Day 2 and more to be added from Day 1H.

The Day 1G chip leader honor goes to Daniel Boros who was steadily building a stack all day long and was really noticed towards the end of the day as he eliminated Sharvan Chhabria and then kept on winning hand after hand. Boros bagged 771,000. Runner-up in the chip counts is Italy’s Davide Della Longa with 699,000 who managed to river a straight to crack Vojtech Susta’s aces to bust him on his first bullet and double up through Per Hansen.

Closing the podium for Day 1G is Netanel Amedi with 642,000. Amedi had a significantly better day today than yesterday as he registered late in Day 1E and went up and then down in quite a short time. Also through to Day 2 include Sergei Petrushevskii (641,000), 2018 WSOP Circuit Marrakech Champion Vladimir Shabalin (512,000), Viliyan Petleshkov (468,000), Marcin Chmielewski (312,000), Rakesh Lalwani (289,000), Milad Oghabian (274,000), and Eyal Bensimhon (244,000) who already has 2 WSOP Circuit Rings but wants to add a bracelet to that collection. He finished as the runner-up in the WSOP Circuit Main Event last week but will be gunning for a better finish in the COLOSSUS.

The top 123 players were paid and the bubble burst at the end of Level 17. Alexandre Viard was the unlucky one to be the coined the bubble boy when he ran his ace-trey suited into the ace-king of Melvin Hendriks. Players who cashed but failed to bag include Zoltan Szabo, Avi Hamo, Gordon Kuhnel, Tomas Rous, Michal Mrakes, Lasse Frost, Yang Zhang, and Roland Israelashvili.

2018 WSOPE €550 The COLOSSUS Schedule

DayDateStarting TimeLate RegEntriesSurvivorsFurther Information
1ATuesday October 9th18:00~23:4015412Play 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, top 24 spots paid
1BWednesday October 10th18:00~23:4016717Play 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, top 26 spots paid
1CThursday October 11th12:00~17:4012512Play 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, top 19 spots paid
1DThursday October 11th18:00~23:4016410Play concluded with 19:00 left in level 18, top 25 spots paid
1EFriday October 12th12:00~17:4031733Play 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, top 48 spots paid
1FFriday October 12th18:00~23:4040538Play 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, top 61 spots paid
1GSaturday October 13th12:00~17:4082085Play 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, top 123 spots paid
1HSaturday October 13th18:00~23:40839tbaPlay 18 Levels of 30 Minutes, the money will be reached
2Sunday October 14th15:00-tbatbaLevel duration increases to 40 minutes
3Monday October 15thtba-tba-Play Down to a champion

Action of the day

The day started with more than 300 players ready to battle it out on the felt today and that number grew rapidly all day long. Dailbor Hill was one of the first to eliminate a player. Maurizio Cola had turned a flush but Hill made a full house on the river. Cola managed to bag on his second bullet but Hill was sent away in the end. The guarantee was reached during the fifth level of the day already while more players were still registering and reentering.

One of the players responsible for some others having to reenter was Vivien Nagy who first eliminated Martin Schmidkunz with jack-nine suited. She turned a flush against Schmidkunz’s pocket eights. The hand right after she took care of Markus Sturz who shoved his pocket queens on a jack-high flop while Nagy had flopped the set of jacks. She was eliminated a few hours later and didn’t reach the money stages.

Petleshkov was short during Level 9 but managed to find a double with ten-nine against the pocket queens of Beiyan Yu for his last 6 big blinds and from there on he kept running his stack up to bag for Day 2. Chmielewski flopped quads in Level 10 and managed to get paid by Moncef Karoui who had a full house. Petersen managed to double up for 16 big blinds through Kevin Barkow with ace-four against queens by hitting an ace on the flop. Petersen then eliminated Rene Crha when he found king-queen suited twice in a row.

Dutch Boyd ran his pocket queens into the aces of Oghabian, Timo Kamphues ran his ace-king into the aces of Nika Kakoishvili. Lukas Vagner doubled up on the bubble through Sebastian May with six-seven when he shoved after having flopped the straight. After Hendriks burst the bubble when he eliminated Viard, the bust-outs were flying around in the last level of the day before play ended and they could all bag up for Day 2.

Day 2 will kick off at 3 PM local time and the PokerNews live reporting team will be there to bring you the usual updates live from the floor!

Tags: Alexandre ViardAvi HamoBeiyan YuDaniel BorosDavide Della LongaDutch BoydEyal BensimhonKevin BarkowLasse FrostLukas VagnerMarcin ChmielewskiMarkus SturzMartin SchmidkunzMaurizio ColaMelvin HendriksMichal MrakesMilad OghabianMoncef KarouiNetanel AmediNika KakoishviliRakesh LalwaniRene CrhaRoland IsraelashviliSebastian MaySergei PetrushevskiiSharvan ChhabriaTimo KamphuesTomas RousViliyan PetleshkovVivien NagyVladimir Shabalin

End-of-Day Chip Counts (full)

poolshir • Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante
Daniel Boros HU 771,000 -9,000
Davide Della Longa it 699,000 513,000
Netanel Amedi il 642,000 -3,000
Sergei Petrushevskii ru 641,000 101,000
Simon Schnidrig CH 604,000
Vittorio Londoni IT 587,000 37,000
Vladimir Shabalin ru 512,000 512,000
Wojciech Wyrebski pl 510,000 510,000
Mateusz Chwastek pl 504,000 504,000
Viliyan Petleshkov bg 468,000 -167,000
Vincent Kufner DE 422,000 142,000
Michael Panovec at 395,000 290,000
Daniel Frosch DE 380,000 380,000
Mirza Meskic at 356,000 224,000
Leandro Dirlewanger CH 350,000 90,000
Aksel Ayguen BE 348,000
Melvin Hendriks nl 321,000 -249,000
Marcin Chmielewski pl 312,000 152,000
Balazs Ujvari hu 309,000
Emilio Solimeno IT 302,000 302,000
Jan Koehler de 297,000
Marjan Mitrovski mk 294,000 54,000
Maksym Bidiuk ua 292,000
Branislav Ondrus SK 289,000 -91,000
Rakesh Lalwani in 289,000 59,000

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Day 1G Payouts

poolshir • Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante
PlacePlayerCountryPrize (in EUR)
86Sebastian MayGermany€ 879
87Marco BoveSwitzerland€ 879
88Joerg FendlerGermany€ 879
89Philip PoppinghausGermany€ 879
90Alain BouflerBelgium€ 879
91Dritan KaleciMacedonia€ 832
92Henrik BrockmannAustria€ 832
93Hael Al LabaniGermany€ 832
94Yaniv AvinoamIsrael€ 832
95Zoltan SzaboHungary€ 832
96Daniel SmiljkovicGermany€ 832
97Avi HamoIsrael€ 832
98Gordon KuhnelGermany€ 832
99Tomas RousCzech Republic€ 832
100Werner NatherGermany€ 802
101Manfred HammerGermany€ 802
102Michael HochGermany€ 802
103Alexander BurkhardtGermany€ 802
104Christian JamborGermany€ 802
105Michal MrakesCzech Republic€ 802
106Stephan FeuzSwitzerland€ 802
107Jerome SaliouFrance€ 802
108Beatrix WolfsbergerAustria€ 802
109Mykola FominUkraine€ 802
110Richard PittmanUnited States€ 802
111Giorgio GiacominiItaly€ 802
112Teeranan ChuennirunThailand€ 802
113Lasse FrostDenmark€ 802
114Nunzio VanonciniItaly€ 802
115Ionut OpreaRomania€ 802
116Cody Doi ChungUnited States€ 802
117Christian KhalafCzech Republic€ 802
118Eduard BukmaierGermany€ 802
119Kooresh ShafaatianGermany€ 802
120Xenos SchirmerGermany€ 802
121Yang ZhangChina€ 802
122Zeki KaplanGermany€ 802
123Roland IsraelashviliUnited States€ 802

Play Ended

poolshir • Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

Play has ended for today. All chip counts and a full recap fo today's action is to follow.

Six More Hands

poolshir • Level 18: 4,000-8,000, 8,000 ante

The tournament clock has been stopped and six more hands need to be played before all remaining players can bag and tag their chips for Day 2 tomorrow which starts at 3PM local time.

Level:
18
Blinds:
4,000/8,000
Ante:
8,000

Hendriks Bursts the Bubble by Eliminating Viard

poolshir • Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante
Alexandre Viard
Alexandre Viard

Alexandre Viard raised to 13,000 from mid-position and action folded to Melvin Hendriks in the big blind who three-bet to 30,000. Viard considered his options and decided to shove for 132,000 and Hendriks snap-called.

This was the only hand of the fourth round of hand-for-hand play to go to an all-in situation so they were up immediately once the other tables were done.

Everyone flocked to their table to see what was happening even though the floor would be announcing it all over the microphone.


Alexandre Viard, {A-Hearts}{3-Hearts}
Melvin Hendriks: {A-Diamonds}{K-Spades}

The flop came {a-Clubs}{q-Clubs}{4-Clubs} for them both to flop a pair of aces. Viard needed a four to stay alive as Hendriks had the bigger kicker.

The turn was the {k-Hearts} which meant Hendriks turned top two pair and Viard was drawing dead.

The river was the {j-Spades} to complete the board as a formality and Viard was sent to the rail or to Day 1H to try his luck in there. The rest of the field all applauded as the floor announced that everyone else was now in the money for at least €802.

Melvin Hendriks, Roland Israelashvili, Davide Della Longa, and Alexandre Viard
Melvin Hendriks nl 570,000 570,000
Alexandre Viard fr Busted

Tags: Alexandre ViardMelvin Hendriks

Vagner Doubles on Bubble

poolshir • Level 17: 3,000-6,000, 6,000 ante

The flop read {3-Clubs}{4-Hearts}{5-Hearts} and Lukas Vagner had checked in the late position. Sebastian May put in all his blue 25,000-value chips worth 125,000 in total. Vagner shoved and May called.

Lukas Vagner: {6-Spades}{7-Spades}
Sebastian May: {q-Spades}{q-Clubs}

Vagner had flopped a straight and May held the overpair.

The rest of the board was completed with the {5-Clubs} on the turn to give May a chance to making a full house but the {10-Clubs} came on the river for Vager to double up and leave May behind with 23,000 on the bubble.

Lukas Vagner CZ 315,000
Sebastian May DE 23,000

Tags: Lukas VagnerSebastian May