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Event #1: €350 Opener No-Limit Hold'em
Days:
1a1b23
Event #1: €350 Opener No-Limit Hold'em
Day 1a Completed

Israelashvili Among Top Stacks on Day 1A; Lisandro and Neuville Advance

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante
Pierre Neuville
Pierre Neuville

On Sunday night, the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe at King's Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic kicked off with Event #1: €350 Opener No-Limit Hold'em. Day 1A attracted a field of 399 entries and 84 players bagged up their chips after level 14.

Roland Israelashvili, proud owner of six WSOPC rings yet still seeking his maiden bracelet, bagged 332,000 and was the third biggest stack that advanced to Day 2. Topping the standings were Renat Bohdanov with 525,000 — the only player above half a million in chips — and Dutchman Bartel Kars with 374,500.

There are plenty of notables among the 84 survivors of Day 1A such as Rafi Elharar (255,500), Adi Rajkovic (194,500), winner of the $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha last summer Ismael Bojang (164,000), Allen Kessler (136,500), Pierre Neuville (131,000), six-time WSOP bracelet winner Jeffrey Lisandro (115,500), and Mykhailo Gutyi (77,000).

Kessler entered late and experienced a roller-coaster end of the day. Down to a short stack of only 8,000, "Chainsaw" managed to climb back and got a lucky double up with pocket tens against Krzysztof Jaguscik who held ace-jack with an ace on the flop. Kessler found a miracle ten on the river to stay alive.

Six-time bracelet winner Daniel Negreanu, David “ODB” Baker, current leader of the race for WSOP Player of the Year title Robert Campbell, Mihai Niste, and Erik Cajelais were among the casualties of Day 1a. The first starting day generated a total of 399 entries, including 113 re-entries. That number is expected to rise significantly with several more starting days to come, with Day 1b coming up next on Monday at 6 p.m. local time.

Daniel Negreanu
Daniel Negreanu

Tags: Adi RajkovicAllen KesslerAnatoly KorochenskiyAndrea TropeaBartel KarsDaniel NegreanuErik CajelaisIsmael BojangJeffrey LisandroKrzysztof JaguscikMartin KabrhelMihai NisteMykhailo GutyiNetanel AmediPierre NeuvilleRafi ElhararRenat BohdanovRobert CampbellRoland IsraelashviliShaun DeebWorld Series of Poker Europe

End of the Day Chipcounts (Full)

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante
Renat Bohdanov ua 525,000 283,000
Bartel Kars nl 374,500 276,500
Roland Israelashvili us 332,000 120,000
Maximilian Eberhardt de 314,500
Samuel Mika SK 312,000 148,000
Rafi Elharar il 255,500 135,500
Sagar Patnaik IN 224,000 224,000
Jozsef Liszkovics hu 223,500 13,500
Petru Proca RO 211,000 211,000
Alex Kukuk DE 207,000 207,000
Ali Akok DE 202,500 -15,500
Adi Rajkovic at 198,500 40,500
Mykhailo Hryhoriev ua 196,500 132,500
Andrew Bak GB 195,000 1,000
Dominik Wohl DE 192,500 192,500
Juergen Vogels DE 191,000 191,000
Ron Nissim IL 187,500 -92,500
Petrus Schouten nl 186,000 75,000
Tobias Ferdinand Lui 185,000 26,000
Pascal Roumier fr 182,000 137,000
Evgeniy Shikunov BY 178,000 154,500
Daniel Krejca CZ 178,000 178,000
Steven Jones us 170,000 152,000
Marcin Jaworski pl 169,000 117,000
Ismael Bojang at 164,000 134,000

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Play Ended

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante

The players left the poker room and the full chip counts as well as a recap of today's action are to follow.

Deeb Decides to Gamble

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante

Shaun Deeb raised in middle position and it folded to Adi Rajkovic on the button who shoved, putting Deeb at risk for his remaining stack around 68,000.

Deeb went deep into the tank and asked the tournament director the schedule of tomorrow's tournament. After being confirmed Event #2: €550 Pot-Limit Omaha was starting at 4 p.m, Deeb chose to take his chance and called with {k-Clubs}{j-Hearts}.

Rajkovic tabled {a-Diamonds}{j-Clubs} and Deeb found no miracle on the board {4-Spades}{9-Hearts}{3-Spades}{10-Hearts}{2-Spades} to be eliminated right before the players bag their chips.

Adi Rajkovic at 158,000
Shaun Deeb us Busted

Tags: Shaun Deeb

Five More Hands

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante

The tournament clock has been paused and the remaining players need to play five more hands before they can bag and tag their chips for Day 2, Tuesday 15th.

Neuville Gets a Fold from Deeb

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante

It folded to Pierre Neuville who raised to 7,000 in the cutoff before facing a three-bet worth 23,500 from Shaun Deeb in the blinds. Neuville tanked for a few minutes and moved all in. Deeb snap-folded and Neuville racked the chips.

Pierre Neuville be 116,000 41,000
Shaun Deeb us 78,000 48,000

Tags: Pierre NeuvilleShaun Deeb

Lui Takes Big

gaellej • Level 14: 1,000-2,500, 2,500 ante

Aviel Yehieli opened to 6,500 in the cutoff and it was called by Tobias Ferdinand Lui, Evgeny Zakharov and Vadzim Lipauka in the small blind for a four-way pot.

The flop came {j-Clubs}{2-Clubs}{8-Hearts} and after a check, Yehieli continued for 17,000. Lui and Lipauka called.

On the {7-Diamonds} turn, it was checked to Lui who decided to shove for 85,000. After Lipauka folded, Yehieli went deep into the tank before ending up folding as well.

Vadzim Lipauka by 175,000
Tobias Ferdinand Lui 159,000 87,000
Aviel Yahieli 150,000 150,000

Tags: Evgeny Zakharov

Level:
14
Blinds:
1,000/2,500
Ante:
2,500