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Day 1 of Event #13: €2,500 Short Deck No-Limit Hold'em at the World Series of Poker Europe has concluded after ten 40-minutes levels of play. This new event on the WSOP Europe schedule drew a total of 147 entries including 65 unique players and 82 re-entries, but only 35 competitors found a bag at the end of the night.
Leading the field to Day 2 is Arturs Scerbaks with a hefty stack of 643,000. Scerbaks, from Jena, Latvia, already has a Circuit ring and he will try to match it with a bracelet. He already made one deep run this series and got 6th in Event #7: €1,100 Turbo Bounty Hunter No-Limit Hold'em. He will try to get closer to victory.
He is followed by Kahle Burns (481,500). Burns claimed his first bracelet just a few days ago after taking down Event #8: €25,500 Platinum High Roller No-Limit Hold'em for €596,883. Burns caught fire during the last levels of the night and managed to keep building till the end of it.
Julien Martini is closely trailing him with 480,500. Martini got close to winning his second bracelet just a couple of days ago but ended up finishing in 5th place in Event 10: €25,500 Mixed Games Championship of the series.
Jonathan Depa sits in fourth with 418,500. Depa won the €50,000 No Limit Hold'em - King's Short Deck High Roller for €641,250 and also got 6th in Event #6: €25,500 Short Deck High Roller No-Limit Hold'em. He will be looking to lock down another big score within a week in Short Deck tournaments.
Other champions near the top of the leaderboard include Sam Higgs (395,500), Benny Glaser (310,500), Ismael Bojang (260,000), and John Cynn (227,000).
Anthony Zinno (167,000), Anson Tsang (104,500), Robert Campbell (96,500), and Shaun Deeb (95,000) also made it through to Day 2.
However, plenty of notables busted before the end of the day including Daniel Negreanu, Chris Ferguson, Jeff Madsen, James Chen, and Phil Hui. With late registration being opened till the start of Day 2 tomorrow, they, as well as many others, will have the option to give it another try.
Day 2 will resume on Friday October 25th at 3 p.m. local time at Level 11 which features an ante of 2,000 with a 4,000 button ante.
The PokerNews Live Reporting Team will be on site to report on all the action.
|138||4||John Cynn||United States||227,000||57|
|138||6||Anthony Zinno||United States||167,000||42|
|139||1||James Romero||United States||88,000||22|
|140||5||Ming Juen Teoh||Malaysia||115,000||29|
|141||2||Hokyiu Lee||Hong Kong||51,000||13|
|142||2||Shaun Deeb||United States||95,000||24|
|142||3||Roland Israelashvili||United States||88,000||22|
|153||2||Phil Hellmuth||United States||19,000||5|
|153||3||Benny Glaser||United Kingdom||310,500||78|
|154||2||Thai Ha||United States||312,500||78|
|154||3||Anson Tsang||Hong Kong||104,500||26|
|154||5||Sam Grafton||United Kingdom||85,000||21|
|154||6||Jonathan Depa||United States||418,500||105|
|155||4||Vladimir Peck||United States||288,000||72|
|156||2||Ryan Riess||United States||91,500||23|
|157||1||Paul Hendee||United States||84,000||21|
|157||3||Alex Foxen||United States||91,500||23|
The remaining 35 players have bagged for the night. End of day chip counts and a recap of the day will follow shortly.
Phil Hellmuth pushed for 36,000 and Milad Oghabian called in the cutoff.
Hellmuth was ahead preflop with versus but the flip went to Oghabian on a board of , which required Hellmuth to use his add on.
Daniel Negreanu was all in from middle position for about 85,000 against Benny Glaser who was in the hijack.
The flop came giving Negreanu a pair of jacks but Glaser an open-ended straight draw. The turn and river completed the board and Glaser won the pot with his straight, eliminating Negreanu.
Three more hands will be played at each table before the remaining players bag and tag for the night.
Alex Foxen moved all in in first to act for 21,900 and Kahle Burns called from the hijack along with Federico Anselmi on the button.
The dealer spread a flop of and Burns threw in a bet of 18,000 that Anselmi called. The turn was the and Burns continued with a bet of 41,000. Anselmi went deep into the tank, then gave up his hand.
Burns was ahead, but the river completed the board and Foxen raked in the pot with jacks and eights.
The action limped to Phil Hellmuth and he pushed for the last 11,600.
"Wow Phil, that's the first time you raise," Ismael Bojang joked. Chris Ferguson, Michael Rohde and Dario Sammartino all called the shove of Hellmuth.
After the flop, Ferguson check-called all-in for around 40,000 as Rohde had bet 50,000 and Sammartino folded.
The turn and river gave Rohde the superior street to bust Hellmuth and Ferguson.
"Wow, I get it in with the nuts and they keep sucking out," Hellmuth said on his way to the rail.