|Rolf van Brug||7,400,000|
Alessandro Pichierri picked up the in the late position and thought about it for a while but folded. Omid Kamali Novin shoved for 4,700,000 from the hijack for Vivian Saliba to contemplate her options before opting to three-bet shove for 5,200,000 on the button. The rest folded.
Omid Kamali Novin:
There were plenty of outs for them to split the pot on the flop. The turn removed some of those outs as Saliba picked up a flush draw.
Kamali Novid thought he was still alive with a split pot due to the river, however, he then realized he was eliminated as Saliba made the nut flush.
|Omid Kamali Novin||Eliminado|
Ciro Perna raised to 1,700,000 from the early position while holding the and Marius Gicovanu defended his big blind with the .
The flop came , Gicvovanu check-called the 1,500,000 .continuation-bet of Perna.
The turn was the , Gicovanu bet 2,800,000 for Perna to fold.
Ciro Perna limped in from the middle position with the and Pablo Finini shoved for 1,600,000 from the cutoff with the . Emil Bise called from the big blind with the and so did Perna.
The flop came , both Bise and Perna opted to check to the on the turn. They checked on the on the river too to see Finini triple up.
The final table stream has just kicked off which you can watch by clicking on the "LIVE" tab above. The PokerNews live reporting team will be on hand to bring you all the updates in accordance with the delay on the stream.
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Sarah Herring, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway come to you from the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP)!
They recap the 2021 WSOP $10,000 Main Event, which was won by Koray Aldemir, and highlight other recent bracelet winners including Brian Hastings, Chad Himmelspach, and David Moses.
They also offer an interview with actor and new WSOP Master of Ceremonies Vince Vaughn, as well as one with new Poker Hall of Fame inductee Eli Elezra. Also, hear the crew discuss rumors concerning the WSOP's upcoming move to the Las Vegas Strip and what the future may hold for the aforementioned Poker Hall of Fame.
With the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe (WSOPE) underway, Luxon Pay have been unveiled as the official payment partner of King's Resort, Rozvadov.
Players can now buy in and get paid out using their Luxon Pay eWallets.
All you have to do in order to get set up is visit the King's Resort cash desk or contact the Luxon Pay 24/7 Customer Service team for further details.
Out of a field of 1397 players from the three starting flights, only nine remain to chase the gold bracelet and of course the €250,175 up top, plus the Main Event WSOPE Ticket, here at King's Resort.
Bracelet winner Jack Sinclair, although he has a short stack, he is still in contention of becoming a two-time bracelet holder.
Other players in the final table include Rolf van Brug, Omid Novin, Alessandro Picchieri, the super-short stack Pablo Finini and familiar face Vivian Saliba.
Marius Gicovanu and Emil Bise who piloted big stacks since Day 1, managed to get to the final table as the second and third biggest stacks respectively.
At the top, sits Ciro Perna who after a couple of crucial pots late in Day 2, managed to get to this final table as the man to beat.
Event #3: €1,350 Mini Main Event Final Table Seat Draw and Chip Counts
|Seat||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|4||Rolf van Brug||Netherlands||7,400,000||12|
|6||Jack Sinclair||Untied Kingdom||7,700,000||13|
The final table was scheduled for 6 p.m. local time on the main feature table at King's Resort with four minutes left to play in Level 34 at blinds 300,000 - 600,000 and a big blind ante of 600,000. All finalists are guaranteed €21,261 but there's enough left to play for as €250,175 await at the top.
|Place||Prize (in EUR)|
*plus a €10,350 WSOPE Main Event Ticket
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