Day 2 completed
Day 2 completed
PokerStars ambassador Ramon "RamonColillas" Colillas of Spain leads nine players left standing at the end of Day 2 in Event #32: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, Event #Main Event], $1.5M Gtd - Trophy Event #17 as part of the European Poker Tour Online on PokerStars. Colillas entered Day 2 as the big stack after bagging the Day 1 chip lead and ran it up to end the day with 20,433,453 chips.
Day 2 began with just 41 players in a tournament that attracted 402 total runners and generated a prize pool of over two million. Day 3 will commence on Tuesday, Dec. 21 at 6:05 p.m. GMT with blinds at 90,000/180,000 and will play down to a winner, who will earn $363,641 in cash in addition to a prestigious EPT trophy.
Colillas, who has $5,793,811 in live tournament earnings, is fresh off of a deep run in the 2021 World Series of Poker Main Event, in which he finished in 14th place for $380,050.
|SEAT||PLAYER||COUNTRY||CHIP COUNT||BIG BLINDS|
|1||Daniel "Oxota" Dvoress||Canada||9,659,742||54|
|2||Eduardo "Eduardo850" Silva||Brazil||3,433,734||19|
|3||Ramon "RamonColillas" Colillas||Spain||20,433,453||114|
|5||Orpen "OrpTheTurk" Kisacikoglu||United Kingdom||3,402,564||19|
|6||Benjamin "bencb789" Rolle||Austria||4,797,802||27|
|7||Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani||Brazil||9,383,922||52|
|8||Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph||Austria||18,745,546||104|
|9||Bruno "great dant" Volkmann||Brazil||14,094,033||78|
Sweden's "WhatIfGod," who bagged 16,549,204 chips, is seeking another EPT Online Main Event trophy after winning the event in 2020 for $1,019,082. Other players who made the final table include Austria based German poker pros Christian "WATnlos" Rudolph and Benjamin "bencb789" Rolle — another PokerStars ambassador — as well as Canada's Daniel "Oxota" Dvoress and Orpen "OrpTheTurk" Kisacikoglu of the United Kingdom.
Brazil will be the most represented country at the final table with Bruno "great dant" Volkmann, Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani and Eduardo "Eduardo850" Silva all making deep runs extending into Day 3.
Brunno "botteonpoker" Botteon was sent home on the final table bubble in a memorable cooler where he got his stack in with trips against the full house of "WhatIfGod."
Other players who didn't survive to see Day 3 include 2019 WSOP Europe Main Event winner Alexandros "mexican222" Kolonias, Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas, Benjamin "BC1989RF" Chalot, Joni "bustoville" Jouhkimainen, Christoph "26071985" Vogelsang, Lucas "YRWTHMELTHR" Greenwood, Patrick "pads1161" Leonard, Rafael "GM_VALTER" Moraes and David "MissOracle" Yan, who finished third in the 2020 event.
PokerStars TV will be streaming the final table beginning at 19:30 CET on YouTube and Twitch.
That wraps up PokerNews' coverage of Day 2 in Event #32: $5,200 NLHE [8-Max, Event #Main Event]. The live reporting team will be back tomorrow to report on the final table action.
Day 2 has ended after the elimination of Brunno "botteonpoker" Botteon in 10th place. Stay tuned for a recap of Day 2's action.
"WhatIfGod" opened to 360,000 from under the gun and Brunno "botteonpoker" Botteon defended out of the big blind.
Both players checked on the flop reading and again on the turn. Botteon led out with a bet of 1,350,000 on the river and his opponent raised to 2,700,000. Botteon called off with his last 174,148.
"WhatIfGod" showed for tens full house deuces, which was good against the trips of Botteon with . As a result of the cooler, Botteon was eliminated on the final table bubble in 10th place.
Hand-for-hand play is in progress with 10 players remaining and nine players advancing to Day 3.
"WhatIfGod" opened to 540,000 from the small blind and Laszlo "omaha4rollz" Bujtas defended from the big blind.
"WhatIfGod" checked on the flop and Bujtas bet 400,950. His opponent called. "WhatIfGod" checked again on the turn and called a bet of 1,008,450 from Bujtas.
"WhatIfGod" checked a third time on the river and Bujtas shipped it in for 1,664,588. "WhatIfGod" called.
Bujtas showed a bluff with and was eliminated in 11th place when "WhatIfGod" showed for a pair of queens.
David "MissOracle" Yan open-shoved a stack of 3,359,567 from the cutoff and Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani called in the big blind from a bigger stack.
David "MissOracle" Yan:
Pedro "pvigar" Garagnani:
Yan needed help to stay alive and didn't get it as the board ran out to give Garagnani a set and to send Yan out in 12th place.
The remaining 12 players are on another five-minute break.