Ден 1 Приключил
Ден 1 Приключил
The first day of Event #12: €100,000 Diamond High Roller No-Limit Hold’Em came to a close after eight levels of 60 minutes each. Over those first eight levels, 39 entries were collected with 25 players making it through to Day 2 here in the King’s Resort. With registration still open for the first four levels, more entries are expected to fight for their share of the €5,000,000 guaranteed prize pool and another shiny gold WSOP bracelet.
Manig Loeser captured the chip lead by bagging 6,140,000 at the end of the day. Most of those chips were collected when he doubled up through Ryan Riess with ace-king while the latter held pocket jacks. The king on the river took his stack to just above 6 million and that’s where he hovered around for most the rest of the day.
Trailing Loeser by only 40,000 in chips is Anatoly Filatov. Just like Loeser, Filatov got most of his chips when he doubled through Alex Foxen with two pair. Closing out the podium is Thomer Pidun with 5,535,000 in chips. Foxen himself finished fourth in the chip counts with 5,190,000.
There are still many bracelet winners in the race right now with James Chen, Daniel Negreanu, Adrian Mateos, Johannes Becker, Timothy Adams, Danny Tang, Phil Ivey, Joao Vieira, Kahle Burns, and Ryan Riess looking to add more WSOP jewelry to their collection.
Almost everyone who busted throughout the day, be it once or more, reentered except for Mikita Badziakouski. Matthias Eibinger and Orpen Kisacikoglu were also eliminated in the last level of the day but had already reentered somewhere throughout the day. As late registration or reentering is still possible during the first four levels of Day 2, they might jump back in on Thursday, October 24.
Day 2 will resume at 1 p.m. local time here in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, and play will continue until the final table has been reached. When the players return, Level 9 will start with a small blind of 25,000, a big blind of 50,000, and a big blind ante of 50,000. Levels duration will remain at 60 minutes each throughout the tournament with a 15-minute break after every two levels.
The PokerNews live reporting team will be there until the first card off the deck until the final bag has been sealed for Day 3 so make sure to keep following the live updates right here!
Day 2 Seat Draw
|Table||Seat||Player||Country||Chip count||Big Blinds|
|57||1||Danny Tang||Hong Kong||2,200,000||44|
|57||3||Sam Grafton||United Kingdom||345,000||7|
|58||2||Timothy Adams||United Kingdom||2,635,000||53|
|58||5||Alex Foxen||United States||5,190,000||104|
|58||6||Cary Katz||United States||2,130,000||43|
|58||8||Ryan Riess||United States||530,000||11|
|60||1||Phil Ivey||United States||2,155,000||43|
|60||4||Daniel Negreanu||United States||3,885,000||78|
|60||5||Anatoly Filatov||Russian Federation||6,100,000||122|
|60||8||Chin Wei Lim||Malaysia||3,410,000||68|
|Anatoly Filatov||GGPoker Ambassador||6,100,000||300,000|
|Daniel Negreanu||GGPoker Ambassador||3,885,000||1,885,000|
|Chin Wei Lim||3,410,000||-590,000|
|Sam Grafton||PokerStars Ambassador||1,345,000||695,000|
The remaining 25 players have bagged for the night. End of day chip counts and a recap will follow shortly.
Paul Phua raised from middle position and Christoph Vogelsang called from the cutoff. Orpen Kisacikoglu three-bet from the small blind and Phua folded but Vogelsang stuck around with a call.
A flop reading was dealt and Kisacikoglu bet 315,000. Vogelsang called. The turn was the and was checked through to the river. Kisacikoglu checked and Vogelsang moved all in. Kisacikoglu, with less behind, called with his last 1,175,000. Vogelsang turned over for queens full of aces and Kisacikoglu showed for aces and queens before heading to the exit.
Anatoly Filatov limped from the cutoff and Kahle Burns raised to 225,000 from the small blind, leaving his last 40,000 behind. Filatov added the remainder to call.
The dealer spread a flop of and Burns moved all in for his last 40,000. Filatov called.
Filatov had an open-ended straight draw but the turn and river completed the board and Burns doubled up.
|Anatoly Filatov||GGPoker Ambassador||5,800,000||-600,000|
The tournament clock has been paused and three more hands need to be played before the players can bag and tag their chips for Day 2.
Ole Schemion limped in from the button and Matthias Eibinger completed his small blind while Anatoly Filatov opted to check in the big blind.
The flop came , both Eibinger and Filatov checked. Schemion bet 40,000 and Eibinger called. Filatov raised to 350,000 and Schemion folded while Eibinger shoved which Filatov called with the bigger stack.
Eibinger had flopped top pair but Filatov was ahead with two pair.
The rest of the board was completed with the on the turn and the on the river for Eibinger to bust again just before the end of the day.
|Anatoly Filatov||GGPoker Ambassador||6,400,000||1,400,000|
The chips all went in on the flop between Dominik Nitsche and Matthias Eibinger with Nitsche at risk for his last 1,060,000.
The rest of the board was completed with the on the turn and the on the river for them both to river a flush but keep Nitsche ahead with the nut flush to double up.
Christoph Vogelsang opened to 90,000 from the cutoff and Mikita Badziakouski three-bet shoved for his last 335,000 from the button. Vogelsang made the call and the players turned over their hands.
Badziakouski was ahead but the runout was and Vogelsang raked in the pot with his pair of nines, eliminating Badziakouski from the tournament.
|Mikita Badziakouski||PartyPoker Ambassador||Отпаднал|