2021 World Series of Poker Europe
Event 46: $2,500 No-Limit Hold'em

Event Info

Вход $2,500
Награден фонд $3,655,925
Players 1607


Ниво 32
Блайндове 60,000 / 120,000
Анте 15,000

Dinner Break

• Ниво 27: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante

The players are on a sixty-minute dinner break

Lipsey Doubles Through Weissman

Brad Lipsey doubles through Weissman
Brad Lipsey doubles through Weissman

The action folded around to Bradley Lipsey in the small blind and at last there was someone who wanted to tango with Weissman. Lipsey making it 90,000 and Weissman calling. The flop was {Q-Diamonds} {9-Diamonds} {5-Clubs} and Lipsey checked to Weissman who stared in his direction. After getting some sort of a read from Lipsey's grey hood, Weissman decided to bet 90,000. Back to Lipsey and he moved all-in and Weissman quickly called.

Lipsey{A-Clubs} {Q-Clubs}
Weissman{K-Spades} {9-Clubs}

So Lipsey held top pair, Weissman held second pair and Lipsey was looking good for the double up.

The turn {J-Hearts} and river {A-Spades} resulting in a fist pump from Lipsey and he doubled up through our dominant chip leader.

Joey Weissman us
Joey Weissman
us 5,400,000 -900,000
Jeremy Quehen
Jeremy Quehen
2,600,000 400,000
Bradley Lipsey
Bradley Lipsey
1,100,000 350,000
Joe Gualtieri ca
Joe Gualtieri
ca 950,000 -50,000
Fernando Brito br
Fernando Brito
br 700,000 -75,000
Philip Meulyzer be
Philip Meulyzer
be 600,000 -328,000

Тагове: Bradley LipseyJoey Weissman

Quehen Shoves and Weissman Cleaning Up The B&A

• Ниво 27: 20,000-40,000, 5,000 ante

Philip Meulyzer raised to 85,000 from first position and Jeremy Quehen moved all-in from the small blind forcing Meulyzer to fold.

Joey Weissman made a series of uncontested raises and won some blinds and antes.

Тагове: Jeremy QuehenJoey Weissman

Quehen's Call

Bradley Lipsey raised to 80,000 from the button and Jeremy Quehen called from the big blind. The dealer spread a {7-Diamonds}{A-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} flop and both players checked.

The {9-Diamonds} on the turn saw a 75,000 bet from Quehen and a call from Lipsey.

The {10-Clubs} on the river slowed Quehen down as he checked. Lipsey however jumped on the chance and fired out 215,000. After a few moments Quehen made the call.

Quehen: {A-}{10-}
Lipsey: {A-}{3-}

Both players had two pair, but it was Quehen's that was the best.

Jeremy Quehen
Jeremy Quehen
2,200,000 460,000
Bradley Lipsey
Bradley Lipsey
750,000 50,000

Тагове: Jeremy QuehenBradley Lipsey

Michael Gagliano Eliminated in 7th Place ($83,428)

Michael Gagliano - 7th
Michael Gagliano - 7th

Michael Gagliano had only just doubled up when he found himself in another milestone of a hand. Let's take a peek at what happened.

Bradley Lipsey raised to 85,000 in first position, Joey Weissman made the call from his left shoulder and Michael Gagliano made the call in the big blind. The flop was {A-Clubs} {Q-Clubs} {4-Hearts} and the action checked through to Weissman who bet 125,000. Gagliano was next and he tanked before check-raising to 300,000. The grey-hooded Lipsey laid it down and the original bettor, Weissman, raised it up to 495,000!

There was a silence surrounding the table as the voyeurs realised that this pot was pretty serious. Gagliano riffled his newly won chips and pondered his next move. About two minutes elapsed before Gagliano moved all-in and Weissman called.

Weissman{A-Spades} {Q-Hearts}
Gagliano{A-Diamonds} {J-Clubs}

So Gagliano revealed top pair with a jack kicker and Weissman had him crushed with top two pair. The turn was the {A-Hearts} and Weissman turned to his fans - who were delirious - and moved his forearm back and fore in delight. The rather irrelevant {3-Hearts} was dumped onto the felt and the gracious Gagliano embraced Weissman before leaving in 7th place.

Joey Weissman us
Joey Weissman
us 6,300,000 1,100,000
Michael Gagliano us
Michael Gagliano
us Отпаднал

Тагове: Joey WeissmanMichael Gagliano

Double For Gagliano

Philip Meulyzer started off this recent hand by raising from late position. Michael Gagliano's response was to move all in for around 450,000. Next up was Bradley Lipsey who moved all in for around 1,900,000. Meulyzer folded and cards were tabled.

Gagliano: {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}
Lipsey: {K-Spades}{K-Clubs}

The flop came {j-Hearts}{9-Clubs}{k-Diamonds} and Lipsey hit a set of kings, but it wasn't over yet, Gagliano still had a straight draw. The {7-Hearts} on the turn gave Gagliano the open-ended straight draw, so now any queen or any eight would put the hand in Gagliano's favor.

The river {8-Clubs} did indeed complete Gagliano's straight and he doubled up.

Michael Gagliano us
Michael Gagliano
us 1,100,000 389,000
Bradley Lipsey
Bradley Lipsey
700,000 -1,350,000

Тагове: Philip MeulyzerMichael GaglianoBradley Lipsey

Joshua Pedraza Eliminated in 8th Place ($63,686)

Joshua Pedraza - 8th
Joshua Pedraza - 8th

Joey Weissman made a standard raise from the cutoff and Joshua Pedraza defended his big blind. The flop was {6-Diamonds} {6-Spades} {5-Diamonds} and we missed the action but understand there was a bet and call from one of the players. On the turn we saw the {A-Diamonds} and Pedraza check-raised to 300,000 after Weissman had bet 140,000. Weissman called pretty quickly and we were soon looking at the {3-Spades} on the river. Pedraza then surprised everyone by moving all-in and Weissman made what looked like the easiest call of his life. Literally, seconds later Weissman was flipping over a pair of aces for the boat and Pedraza mucked his hand and left his seat…he was out! The dealer turned his cards face up to show {Q-Hearts} {8-Spades} for the insides of a balloon.

Joey Weissman us
Joey Weissman
us 4,800,000 1,640,000
Joshua Pedraza
Joshua Pedraza

Тагове: Joey WeissmanJoshua Pedraza


Let's Go Joseph!

• Ниво 26: 15,000-30,000, 5,000 ante

The crowd has just spontaneously burst into a chant of, "Let's go Joseph, let's go Joseph, Let's go Joseph," probably the liveliest thing to occur during this level.