Day 2 Completed
Day 2 Completed
It's down to a final ten players in Event #6: €1,650 PLO/NLH Mixed at the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe.
The survivors will return at 12 p.m. on Saturday, November 27 to King's Resort to play on for the bracelet and €113,000 in first place prize money.
The chip leader is Moncef Karoui who enjoyed a fruitful day at the tables and rode his luck to bag 2,915,000. He is only just ahead of Claudio Di Giacomo (2,650,000) whose late surge saw him also surpass two million in chips and sit just under 300,000 chips behind Karoui.
The only other player above the two million mark is Carter Newhof (2,040,000)
Event #6: €1,650 Final Table Chip Counts
|Rank||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|2||Claudio Di Giacomo||Italy||2,650,000||53|
|3||Carter Newhof||United States||2,040,000||41|
The final ten players come from ten different countries and are all guaranteed €6,221 after making the top ten of a 339-player field. They will resume with 25:26 left in Level 27 (25,000/50,000/50,000).
Stay tuned to PokerNews as we crown another WSOP bracelet winner right here at King's Resort.
One more hand was to be played on table 81 and Antoine Vranken raised the button for Stanislav Koleno to call out of the big blind. The flop brought and the short stack of Vranken went in, Koleno looked him up.
The turn and river let Vranken double for 220,000 in the final hand of the night.
Claudio Di Giacomo raised to 100,000 and called a shove from Darko Percic for 265,000.
"Oh f*ck," said Percic tabling when he saw the of Di Giacomo.
The flop gave Percic a gutshot straight draw despite giving his opponent top set. THe turn was the and the river the and Percic doubled up.
Fahredin Mustafov open-shoved from under the gun for 565,000 and that sent Darko Percic in the big blind in a long tank. He eventually called out of the big blind and both players exposed pocket pairs.
The board left Percic as the shortest stack.
Darko Percic raised to 100,000 from under the gun and Mikkel Plum pondered his decision before flat-calling in the big blind.
The flop came and Plum moved all in for 185,000 and Percic called.
Percic had flopped the nut flush giving him a 97% chance of winning the hand. The turn improved Plum to trips and the river giving him a full house to double up and stay alive.
Mikkel Plum limped the button with 30,000 behind and Fahredin Mustafov checked the option from the big blind. Mustafov bet the flop and Plum didn't snap-call. "That's very good news," the Bulgarian joked but Plum called it off anyways.
The turn and river gave Plum trips and he essentially tripled.
The remaining 11 players are on a scheduled 15-minute break.