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The World Series of Poker has a new champion, and his name is Nino Ullmann. After a near 10-hour grind on Day 2 of Event #33: $3,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em, where Ullmann returned in the chip leader seat out of 55 players, the German player defeated Timothy Flank heads-up to claim his first World Series of Poker bracelet and the biggest score of his career.
Ullmann earned the top prize of $594,079 but most importantly, he won his first WSOP gold bracelet, while Flank received $367,181 for his deep run.
Reflecting on his win shortly after having his photo taken, Ullmann, who just landed in Las Vegas two days ago, said jokingly he was "probably still jet lagged and not realizing yet" he won a bracelet.
Reflecting on his win shortly after the last hand, Ullmann said he was "so happy" to win a bracelet.
About his opponents at the final table, "It was a tougher final table than expected, "commented Ullmann." But I also ran really good," he said. "I busted two of the best players on the table!"
Ullmann added, about the big German rail that kept growing and cheering during the final, "It’s nice to have them all here for the winner picture, even if during the play it was more distracting than helping me actually, but I’m happy now!"
Event #33: $3,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold’em Final Table Results
|2nd||Timothy Flank||United States||$367,181|
|3rd||Anthony Hu||United States||$257,821|
|4th||Darren Elias||United States||$183,616|
|5th||David Peters||United States||$132,662|
Many notables fell as the field thinned before the final table. Three-time bracelet winner Davidi Kitai (18th - $25,832), Pete Chen (19th - $25,832, Vanessa Kade (21st - $25,832), Dmitry Yurasov (26th - $20,769), Taylor Paur (30th- $16,971 ) and Eddy Sabat who made it a bit deeper with a short stack but ultimately fizzled out in 12th place for $32,648.
Action at the final table got underway relatively quickly. Lander Lijo was the first one to depart when he called all in with ace-jack. Ullman, who held pocket sevens, found a set on the flop.
After almost two more hours of play, the four-time WSOP champion David Peters was the next one to join the rail. Peters snap-called all in with pocket tens after a shove from Ulmann with king-jack on the button for a flip situation. The German player found a king on the turn and sent the German rail into a frenzy.
Things heated quickly after Peters' elimination, as Darren Elias followed him to the payout desk just a few minutes later; his pocket sixes not able to win the flip against queen-ten offsuit in Flank’s hand.
Ullmann knocked out Anthony Hu after the three players returned from the last break. Ullmann pushed from the small blind with queen-eight of spades to put Hu at risk in the big blind. The latter quickly called with ace-five offsuit and was eliminated after Ullmann found a pair of eights on the board.
The heads-up battle only lasted a few hands. After some back and forth between Ullmann and Flank for small pots, all the chips went into the middle on a flop reading , with Flank holding for top pair and Ullmann for the flush and open-ended straight draw. A on the turn killed the suspense and secured the win and the gold bracelet to Ullman as his rail exulted.
When asked if he will be playing the Main Event and other events, Ullmann said he definitely would. “I came here to play everything basically, and obviously the Main.”
That wraps up the live coverage from PokerNews for this event, but there is still action taking place in the confines of the Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas, so be sure to keep it locked here.
Nino Ullmann won Event #33: $3,000 6-Handed No-Limit Hold'em for $594,079. Ullmann came into Day 2 as the chip leader and never strayed much from the top of the chip count. He also came into the final table as the chip leader and continued his dominance as he eliminated Lander Lijo, David Peters, Anthony Hu and Timothy Flank as his packed rail cheered him on the whole way.
Stayed tuned to PokerNews for a full tournament recap and winners reaction.
Timothy Flank raised to 1,200,000, and Nino Ullmann called in the big blind.
The flop came and Ullmann checked to Flank. Flank bet 1,300,000 and Ullmann raised to 4,200,000. Flank announced all in for 17,650,000, and Ullmann made the call.
Flank had top pair but Ullmann had a flush and open-ended straight draw. The turn came the , which made sure Flank was drawing dead. The river of the was inconclusive as Timothy Frank was eliminated in second for $367,181.
Timothy Flank raised to 1,200,000 and was called by Nino Ullmann.
The flop fanned and Ullmann check-called Flank for 1,300,000. When the paired the board on the turn, Flank fired around 4,000,000 after another check from Ullmann, who let it go.
Nino Ullmann raised to 1,200,000 and Timothy Flank made the call. The flop fell and Flank opted to check-raise Ullmann's continuation-bet of 1,000,000. The latter quickly folded.
Nino Ullmann moved all in for 8,000,000 effective from the small blind covering Anthony Hu. Hu called for his tournament life.
Hu was ahead but the flop came putting Hu in rough shape. The turn was the and the river was the eliminating Hu in third place for over a quarter of a million dollars.
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