WSOP Super Circuit Online Series 2021 NJCOOP 2021 MISCOOP partypoker Sunday LIVE
Event #1: €550 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold'em
Event #1: €550 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold'em
Day 2 Completed

Wojciech Wyrebski Leads Final 10 Players After Day 2

ajlamers • Level 34: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante
Wojciech Wyrebski
Wojciech Wyrebski

A long day of over 12 hours and over 15 levels of play has finally come to an end with just ten players remaining in Event #1: €550 COLOSSUS No-Limit Hold'em. When all was said and done, it was Wojciech Wyrebski who bagged a narrow chip lead after racking up 11,875,000.

Wyrebski was among the chip leaders for the majority of the day and finished strong by eliminating Klaus Schiefer in what was the last hand of the night. The Polish native started building a stack earlier when he picked up pocket queens and pocket aces and had an opponent shove into him each time.

Hannes Neurauter finished just a mere 50,000 chips off the lead by bagging up 11,825,000. Neurauter went on a heater with just two tables remaining to substantially increase his stack. He also drew the seat to the left of Wyrebski to put himself in good position on the final table. Dariusz Glinski put 9,350,000 in the bag which proved to be good enough to round out the top three chip counts.

Final Table Seat Draw

Feature TablePlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Hannes NeurauterGermany11,825,00039
2Bjorn BouwmansNetherlands5,850,00020
3Nelio GattaItaly5,000,00017
4Tamir SegalIsrael8,500,00028
5Krasimir YankovBulgaria8,625,00029
6Aksel AyguenBelgium4,725,00016
7Dariusz GlinskiPoland9,350,00031
8Flavio DecataldoItaly4,625,00015
9Francesco DelfocoItaly4,850,00016
10Wojciech WyrebskiPoland11,875,00040

When the day began with 296 players returning to their seats, everyone was already guaranteed to walk away with at least $1,285. The action was fast and furious out of the gates with over half of the field dropping off by the time the first break rolled around. That pace continued until the dinner break after the ninth level of the day which saw only 32 players remaining.

However, the food in the player's stomachs seemed to slow down the action as the eliminations started to spread themselves out. Short stacks continued to double up and the chip stacks started to level out. As the field was narrowed down to just two tables, a couple of the notable favorites found themselves on the short stack. Sebastian Kos and Jan Bednar were unable to turn their fortunes around as they exited the tournament in 17th and 16th places respectively for $8,365.

At the end of the 15th level of the day, just 11 players remained and the tournament director made the decision to halt play when just 10 players were left. It wasn't long into the 16th level when Schiefer was ousted by Wyrebski and everyone called it quits. The players will return with 29:30 remaining in the 34th level with the blinds at 150,000/300,000 and a 300,000 big blind ante.

The action will resume at 3:00 PM on Monday with the final 10 players taking their seats at the feature table. The action will be live streamed on a 30-minute delay with the hole cards being shown when just eight players remain. Everyone will be guaranteed to walk away with at least €13,410 but will have their sights set on the first-place prize of €203,820 and a WSOPE gold bracelet.

The PokerNews live reporting team will be here to bring you all of the live updates from the live stream until a winner is crowned.

Tags: Dariusz GlinskiHannes NeurauterJan BednarKlaus SchieferSebastian KosWojciech Wyrebski

Unofficial Final Table Seat Draw

poolshir • Level 34: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

The final ten players have bagged their chips and will be returning tomorrow, Monday, October 15, at 3 PM local time to play down to a winner.

Seat Draw:

Feature TablePlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Hannes NeurauterGermany11,825,00039
2Bjorn BouwmansThe Netherlands5,850,00020
3Nelio GattaItaly5,000,00017
4Tamir SegalIsrael8,500,00028
5Krasimir YankovBulgaria8,625,00029
6Aksel AyguenBelgium4,725,00016
7Dariusz GlinskiPoland9,350,00031
8Flavio DecataldoItaly4,625,00015
9Francesco DelfocoItaly4,850,00016
10Wojciech WyrebskiPoland11,875,00040
Wojciech Wyrebski pl 11,875,000
Hannes Neurauter de 11,825,000 -1,855,000
Dariusz Glinski pl 9,350,000 1,650,000
Krasimir Yankov bg 8,625,000 -2,275,000
Tamir Segal il 8,500,000 -900,000
Bjorn Bouwmans nl 5,850,000 1,550,000
Nelio Gatta IT 5,000,000 700,000
Francesco Delfoco it 4,850,000 2,330,000
Aksel Ayguen BE 4,725,000 925,000
Flavio Decataldo it 4,625,000 525,000

Klaus Schiefer Eliminated in 11th Place (€13,410)

poolshir • Level 34: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante
Klaus Schiefer
Klaus Schiefer

Klaus Schiefer shoved for 4,100,000 from the hijack and action folded to Wojciech Wyrebski in the big blind who asked for a count. The dealer confirmed the amount and Wyrebski called.

Klaus Schiefer: {q-Spades}{9-Spades}
Wojciech Wyrebski: {a-Spades}{q-Diamonds}

The board ran out {4-Hearts}{10-Spades}{7-Clubs}{a-Clubs}{6-Hearts} for Wyrebski to hit the ace on the turn to have Schiefer drawing dead already. Schiefer was eliminated in 11th place for €13,410.

A redraw for the final ten players will take place and posted as soon as possible.

Wojciech Wyrebski pl 11,875,000 4,575,000
Klaus Schiefer de Busted

Tags: Klaus SchieferWojciech Wyrebski

Segal Gets a Quick Double

ajlamers • Level 34: 150,000-300,000, 300,000 ante

Klaus Schiefer opened to 750,000 from under the gun and Tamir Segal three-bet shoved all in for 4,325,000 in the cutoff. The action was back on Schiefer who tossed in a single chip to signify a call and the cards were tabled.

Tamir Segal: {a-Hearts}{a-Clubs}
Klaus Schiefer: {a-Spades}{j-Clubs}

The flop of {q-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{5-Hearts} left Schiefer drawing slim and the {3-Clubs} on the turn locked things up. Segal guaranteed himself a double up before the {3-Spades} even hit the river.

Tamir Segal il 9,400,000 7,300,000
Klaus Schiefer de 5,400,000 -2,800,000

Tags: Klaus SchieferTamir Segal

Level:
34
Blinds:
150,000/300,000
Ante:
300,000

One More Break

ajlamers • Level 33: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante

The remaining 11 players are heading on another 15-minute break while the tournament staff colors up the T5,000 chips. The goal is to still play down to the final nine players.

Nico Mussini Eliminated in 12th Place (€13,410)

ajlamers • Level 33: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante
Nico Mussini
Nico Mussini

Krasimir Yankov opened to 500,000 from under the gun and Nico Mussini shipped all in for 2,150,000 on his left. The action folded back to Yankov who asked for a count and made the call.

Krasimir Yankov: {j-Hearts}{10-Clubs}
Nico Mussini: {q-Clubs}{j-Spades}

The flop came {k-Hearts}{k-Clubs}{2-Hearts} and Mussini was still in the lead with queen-high. However, the {10-Spades} on the turn gave Yankov two pair and a commanding lead. The {8-Clubs} on the river missed Mussini as he headed to the payout desk in 12th place.

Krasimir Yankov bg 10,900,000 3,800,000
Nico Mussini IT Busted

Tags: Krasimir YankovNico Mussini

Netanel Amedi Eliminated in 13th Place (€10,543)

poolshir • Level 33: 125,000-250,000, 250,000 ante
Netanel Amedi
Netanel Amedi

Netanel Amedi shoved for 2,480,000 from the small blind and Dariusz Glinski asked for a count. The dealer confirmed the amount and Glinski called from the big blind.

Netanel Amedi: {j-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}
Dariusz Glinski: {A-Clubs}{6-Hearts}

The flop came {6-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds}{3-Clubs} to give Glinski the pair of sixes.

The turn was the {2-Hearts} to give Amedi a pair of deuces.

The river was the {a-Diamonds} to deal Amedi the final blow as Glinski improved to two pair to eliminate Amedi in 13th place for €10,543, just before a pay jump.

Dariusz Glinski pl 7,700,000 620,000
Netanel Amedi il Busted

Tags: Dariusz GlinskiNetanel Amedi

Level:
33
Blinds:
125,000/250,000
Ante:
250,000