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2017 Marrakech Poker Open

Main Event
Dias: 3
Event Info

2017 Marrakech Poker Open

Resultado Final
Event Info
Informações sobre o nível
25,000 / 50,000

Main Event

Dia 3 Concluído

Moises Parrilla-Ramos Wins Marrakech Poker Open Main Event

Nível 27 : 25,000/50,000, 5,000 ante
Marrakech Poker Open Main Event winner Moises Parrilla-Ramos
Marrakech Poker Open Main Event winner Moises Parrilla-Ramos

After outlasting 183 players, three days and two deals there was only one champion in the Marrakech Poker Open Main Event and his name was Moises Parilla-Ramos.

After coming into the final table with the chip lead, he relinquished it to French player Ouassini Mansouri who at one point held a 2:1 chip lead over the rest of the field combined.

The final table was full of colourful characters, including home interest in Moroccans Abdellah El Ghrari, who lead after day one. Tahiri Hassani, lead going into the day, but in the end, Moises Parrilla-Ramos held a slight edge when it came to deal negotiations first at three-handed, and then heads-up. He eventually took home the lion's share of the prize pool heads up as well as the title and trophy.

PlaceNameCountryPrize (EUR)
1Moises Parrilla-RamosSpain€23,678*
2Ouassini MansouriFrance€21,818*
3Jerome ZerbibFrance€18,562*
4Idir HaicheFrance€12,531
5Erik OstergaardDenmark€10,396
6Valeryi ChupinRussia€8,633
7Francisco VargasSpain€7,240
8Abdellah El GhrariMorocco€5,940
9Tahiri HassaniMorocco€4,826

*denotes deals agreed three-handed & heads-up

Eleven players started the day, lead by Hassani. He was one of two Moroccans left in the field at the start of the day, the other being Abdellah El Ghrari. El Ghrari eliminated the first player of the day, Tsunamy, when his opponent's sevens were cracked by the Moroccan's ace-king. The final table was secured after Andrei-Salustin Luncan lost his remaining chips to Idir Haiche.

The final table started out as a nervous affair. It took more than a level and a half to lose our first player, chip leader at the start of the day, Tahiri Hassani, and then a further two hours until the madness started.

First, the final Moroccan in the field three-bet all in over Ouassini Mansouri holding queen-ten against his opponent's pocket eights. Mansouri flopped a set, bringing the field down to eight.

The very next hand, it was down to seven when again Mansouri held pocket eights and flopped a set, this time against the pocket aces of Francisco Vargas. To round out the madness, Ouassini Mansouri rivered a single pair of fives against Valeryi Chupin to make it three knockouts in three hands, and get the action down to six players.

There were a number of short stacks, and there were soon doubles for Jerome Zerbib which Erik Ostergaard crippled. A double for Moises Parrilla-Ramos through Ouassini Mansouri cut the Frenchman's lead at the top of proceedings.

Ostergaard departed next, closely followed by Haiche whose ace-king was cracked by the ace-jack of Parrilla-Ramos.

Then the deal discussions started in earnest. Parrilla-Ramos, thanks to his timely double through Mansouri and elimination of Haiche in fourth held the majority of the chips and therefore locked up the most money.

After the deal was agreed, Zerbib was eliminated in third (€18,562) and the remaining two players started up the deal talk again.

And so it came to pass that Moises Parrilla-Ramos secured the Main Event title, the €23,678 in winnings and the trophy to cap of what has been a hugely enjoyable Marrakech Poker Open.

Tags: Abdellah El GhrariAndrei-Salustin LuncanErik Ostergaardfrancisco vargasIdir HaicheMoisesOuassini MansouriTsunamyValeryi Chupin

Another Deal

Nível 27 : 25,000/50,000, 5,000 ante

With just the two players seated at the table, more discussions opened up about the possibility of a deal.

After a long back and forth in a mixture of French and Spanish, the players agreed to split the 50,000 MAD, with 30,000 MAD going to chipleader Moises, and 20,000 to Ouassini Mansouri.

Therefore the final payouts for the first two players are as followed:

Moises: 255,000 MAD (€23,678)
Ouassini Mansouri: 235,000 MAD (€21,818)

Deal Reached

Nível 27 : 25,000/50,000, 5,000 ante

After the elimination of Idir Haiche, the three players went on an impromptu break. On their return from their break the three players looked at the numbers and came to a deal.

Moises: 225,000 MAD (€20,882)
Ouassini Mansouri: 215,000 MAD (€19,954)
Jerome Zerbib: 200,000 MAD (€18,562)

As part of the deal 50,000 MAD (€4,641) is left for the winner, as well as the trophy.

Idir Haiche Eliminated in 4th Place (€12,531)

Nível 27 : 25,000/50,000, 5,000 ante
Idir Haiche - 4th Place (€12,531)
Idir Haiche - 4th Place (€12,531)

Idir Haiche moved all in for 700,000 on the button. Moises called in the small blind and Jerome Zerbib folded in the big blind.

Haiche: {a-Spades}{k-Clubs}
Moises: {a-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}

Things were looking good for Haiche to get back into contention as the flop came {q-Diamonds}{7-Clubs}{2-Clubs}. The turn was a {5-Hearts} but the river was the {j-Spades} giving Moises a pair. Haiche banged the table in frustration and exited in 4th place for €12,531

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Moises Parrilla-Ramos es
Moises Parrilla-Ramos
2,300,000 700,000
Idir Haiche fr
Idir Haiche

Erik Ostergaard Eliminated in 5th Place (€10,396)

Nível 27 : 25,000/50,000, 5,000 ante
Erik Ostergaard - 5th Place (€10,396)
Erik Ostergaard - 5th Place (€10,396)

Ouassini Mansouri raised to 100,000 under the gun. It folded to Erik Ostergaard in the small blind who moved all in for his remaining 50,000 chips after being crippled by Jerome Zerbib.

Mansouri held {10-Spades}{10-Clubs} and was dominatingly ahead of Ostergaard's {10-Hearts}{9-Spades}. There was a nine in the window of a {k-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}{9-Hearts} flop, giving Ostergaard a gutshot straight draw as well as a pair. The turn was the {q-Spades} and the river the {6-Diamonds} meaning the Danish player exited in 5th Place.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ouassini Mansouri fr
Ouassini Mansouri
Erik Ostergaard dk
Erik Ostergaard

Tags: Erik OstergaardOuassini Mansouri

Nível: 27

Blinds: 25,000/50,000

Ante: 5,000

Moises Doubles Through Ouassini Mansouri

Nível 26 : 20,000/40,000, 5,000 ante

Ouassini Mansouri opened and was shoved on from the big blind by Moises. Mansouri called.

Mansouri: {a-Spades}{10-Spades}
Moises: {j-Clubs}{j-Spades}

The flop gave Mansouri a pair as it came {10-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{8-Hearts}, but Moises was open-ended. The turn was the {7-Spades} giving Moises a straight. The river was the {4-Spades} and Moises doubled through the chip leader.

Jogador Fichas Oscilação
Ouassini Mansouri fr
Ouassini Mansouri
1,900,000 -755,000
Moises Parrilla-Ramos es
Moises Parrilla-Ramos
1,600,000 810,000