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Turkish businessman Orpen Kisacikoglu took down the Triton 100K Super High Roller at the 2019 partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Europe in the King's Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic. Kisacikoglu ended on top of the 32-entry field by beating veteran Vladimir Troyanovskiy in a heads-up match where Kisacikoglu secured his first-ever seven-figure score as he won the grand prize of €1,040,000. Troyanovskiy had to settle for €710,000.
Kisacikoglu needed three bullets to make it to the end of the late registration period. He wasn't the only player that fired three bullets. Cary Katz was the only other player that bought in for a total of €300,000. Katz eventually finished in fifth position, barely missing out on a profitable tournament as he cashed for €273,000. Others that cashed are Kristen Bicknell (6th - €213,000), Wai Kin Yong (4th - €349,000), and Ben Heath (3rd - €455,000).
It is Kisacikoglu his first win on the Triton Series and only his second in total on the tour. His first cash is from two weeks ago in London where he finished 10th in a £25,000 event for £56,300. It also is Kisacikoglu his first seven-figure score. His previous biggest score was €232,080 from when he finished fifth in a €10,300 High Roller in Barcelona in 2018.
|Place||Player||Country||Prize (EUR)||Prize (USD)|
|3||Ben Heath||United Kingdom||€455,000||$510,000|
|4||Wai Kin Yong||Malaysia||€349,000||$391,000|
|5||Cary Katz||United States||€273,000||$306,000|
Day 2 Action
The day started with the 18 players that survived the first day. Rui Cao entered at the start of the day and he entered with a fresh stack of 200,000 in 4,000/8,000. Charlie Carrel and Katz were among the first eliminated in the day and Carrel didn't go for another entry as he had already done two in total. Katz did go for his third entry. The total number of unique entries stood at 22 with Cao's visit and the total number of entries halted at 32 at the end of the registration period.
Kristen Bicknell got incredibly lucky and faded the need to reenter when she quadrupled up by hitting a one-outer. She got her chips in the middle with pocket queens in a four-way all-in with Phil Ivey who held pocket kings, Kahle Burns who held pocket aces, Michael Chi Zhang who held ace-queen suited. She managed to flop the case queen and fade some outs on the river to win a vital hand.
Cao, Ivey, Triton co-founder Richard Yong, Tony G, Zhang, Choon Tong Siow, partypoker Pro Sam Trickett, and Martin Kabrhel all busted out before the tournament was down to the final nine players and they all combined to one table. It took a while before the first elimination happened and it was Yong's partner Paul Phua who busted in ninth.
Final Table Action
The eight-handed final table had yet to reach the money and Australia's Michael Addamo was the unlucky one to bust in eight place. Addamo already experienced success in Rozvadov at the King's Resort when he won a WSOPE bracelet here last year. He missed out on the money this time when he couldn't win a flip with ace-nine against the pocket fives of eventual third-place finisher Heath.
The title of the most unfortunate player over the last couple of weeks was already awarded to Igor Kurganov when he bubbled the biggest buy-in tournament in the history of the game. Kurganov missed out on the money in the big £1,050,000 Triton tournament in London. The Russian started the day with the chip lead and he entered the final table with a big stack but a series of unfortunate events sent him to the rail empty-handed in seventh place.
Four players doubled up until the downfall of Bicknell began. She held on to the chip lead at one point during the final table but it wasn't meant to be for the partypoker Pro. She ended up running into the aces of Kisacikoglu who ended up using her chips well. Bicknell took home €213,000. Katz busted out quickly after in fifth place. 'El jefe' was in for three bullets and barely missed out on making a profit in the tournament when he had to settle for €273,000 for his fifth-place finish.
Son of Triton co-founder Richard Yong, Wai Kin Yong, lost a sizeable pot with two pair against the three-of-a-kind of Kisacikoglu to end up with less than five big blinds. He lost those when he moved them to the middle with queen-nine and was called by Heath with queen-ten. Wai Kin still won a nice €349,000 after already having an incredible month. He first won the Triton £100,000 Main Event in London for £2,591,695 before finishing second to Justin Bonomo in the £100,000 Short deck event for £1,835,000. He records yet another final table at a Triton event but missed out on the win in Rozvadov.
Heath, Troyanovskiy, and Kisacikoglu traded some chips back and forth for a while before Heath his tournament came to an end. He busted in a big coin flip with ace-ten against the pocket deuces of Kisacikoglu. The flop brought a ten, which brought joy to Heath before the Englishman saw the flop also had a deuce on there. He wasn't able to recover and was eliminated in third place for €455,000.
The heads-up match between Kisacikoglu and Troyanovskiy laster for about 45 minutes before the Turkish businessman secured his first seven-figure score. Both players flopped top pair but Kiscikoglu had the Russian out kicked. The two cards that followed on the turn and the river didn't help Troyanovskiy and he had to settle for second place and €710,000 while Kisacikoglu took the tournament down with that incredible first-place prize of €1,040,000.
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Vladimir Troyanovskiy raised to 250,000 from the small blind with and big blind Orpen Kisacikoglu defended with .
Both players flopped top pair when the flop came down and that was when all the chips went in. Kisacikoglu checked to Troyanovskiy who bet 300,000. Kisacikoglu put him all in for about 2,800,000 in total and the Russian called it off.
The turn brought some chop outs but the river awarded Kisacikoglu with the victory while Troyanovskiy had to settle for second and €710,000.
Kisacikoglu is the winner of the event as he takes home €1,040,000 for his biggest recorded cash so far.
The pots are getting kept small but the big blind is big enough for every pot to make an impact on the chip counts. The latest one was won by Orpen Kisacikoglu. .
Vladimir Troyanovskiy limped from the small blind with and big blind Kisacikoglu checked his option with a dominating .
The flop was dealt and Kisacikoglu checked to see his opponent bet 125,000 but he then went for the check-raise to 350,000. He was called by Troyanovskiy but Kisacikoglu took the pot down with a bet of 475,000 on the turn.
Vladimir Troyanovskiy was down to 1,800,000 thanks to a pot where he lost with second pair against the top pair of Orpen Kisacikoglu. He was put all in by Kisacikoglu a couple of hands later. The Turkish businessman jammed with and Troyanovskiy counted his stack before calling with .
The board ran out and Troyanovskiy managed to double into the chip lead.
The first heads-up transactions have been in favor of Vladimir Troyanovskiy. He gained one big blind and stacks are close to even.
The heads-up battle between Vladimir Troyanovskiy and Orpen Kisacikoglu started moments ago and they are battling it out for the first-place prize of €1,040,000.
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Orpen Kisacikoglu raised all in from the button for 1,710,000 and Ben Heath called for his tournament life with his last 1,670,000. Vladimir Troyanovskiy folded from the big blind.
The board ran out and Heath was eliminated on the podium, but in third place worth €455,000.
They will prepare the table for the heads-up and continue shortly.
Ben Heath limped from the button and Orpen Kisacikoglu checked when Vladimir Troyanovskiy folded in the small blind. Kisacikoglu flopped top pair holding on the flop, but he was still behind against the of Heath.
Kisacikoglu check-called a bet of 185,000 from Heath on the flop to see the on the turn and then check-called a bet of 335,000 on the turn to see the complete the board on the river.
Kisacikoglu checked on the river for the third time in a row and Heath announced all in. His total stack was 750,000 and Kisacikoglu peeked at his cards. He eventually folded his top pair and the pot was pushed to Heath.