Day 2 completed
|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 completed
Teun Mulder of the Netherlands is the latest winner at 2022 Triton Poker Cyprus after taking down Event #2: $100,000 NLH 8-Handed for $1,940,000, defeating fellow Dutch pro Tom Vogelsang during heads-up play, who in turn takes home $1,390,000.
The high-roller tournament attracted 69 entrants to generate a prize pool of $6,624,000. Players in the field included Johan Guilbert, Mikita Badziakouski, Cary Katz, Sam Greenwood, Stephen Chidwick, Ben Heath, Chris Brewer and Michael Addamo.
A total of nine spots paid out in the tournament, and it was Hungary's Andras Nemeth who went out on the money bubble when he got it in with ace-five and Vogelsang made a straight holding jack-six. Nemeth was looking for his second victory of the series after taking down Event #1: $50,000 NLH 6-Handed for $1,082,000.
Final Table Action
Earlier out at the final table was 2021 GPI Player of the Year Ali Imsirovic, who bowed out in eighth for $251,700 when he ran ace-four into the Big Slick of Vogelsang. Vogelsang went on to send Paul Phua out next in seventh for $324,500 when the Malaysian high-roller's pocket tens were out-flopped by the eventual runner-up's jack-ten.
Event #2: $100,000 NLH 8-Handed Final Results
|SEAT||PLAYER||COUNTRY||PRIZE (IN USD)|
|3||Jake Schindler||United States||$903,000|
Mike Watson had the final table chip lead at one point but ultimately fell in fourth place for $683,300 after calling off with top pair, only to be outkicked by Jake Schindler.
Schindler took the chip lead but lost nearly his full stack in a gut-wrenching suckout where Schindler got it in with pocket queens against the pocket four of Mulder, who spiked a four on the river to stay alive. Schindler ended up falling in third place for $903,000 when he flopped top pair but couldn't hold against the flush draw of Mulder.
Heads-up play lasted only two hands as the two Dutch players tangled in a hand where Mulder made a ten-high straight on the river to crush the queen-high straight of Vogelsang. Vogelsang led out with a river bet and snap-called when Vogelsang raised all-in, locking up the victory for Mulder and earning him the seven-figure score.
That wraps up PokerNews' coverage of Event #2: $100,000 NLH 8-Handed. Triton Poker Cyprus continues tomorrow with Event #3: $75,000 Short Deck.
In the second hand of heads-up play, Tom Vogelsang completed in the small blind and Teun Mulder checked in the big blind.
Mulder checked on the flop of and called a bet of 300,000 from Vogelsang. Mulder checked again on the turn called a bet of 600,000 from Vogelsang.
Mulder then led out for 600,000 and Vogelsang moved all-in for a total of 2,300,000. Mulder snap-called with for the nuts, while Vogelsang had a lower straight with to go home in second place for $1,390,000.
Teun Mulder is the winner of Event #2: NLH 8-Handed. Stay tuned for a recap of the day's events.
Jake Schindler open-shoved a stack of 2,800,000 from the small blind and Teun Mulder called out of the big blind.
The action flop of gave Schindler top pair and Mulder a flush draw, and the board finished out to give Mulder the flush and send Schindler out in third place for $903,000 after running bad late in the day.
Teun Mulder open-jammed from the small blind and Tom Vogelsang snapped out of the big blind.
Vogelsang had a big lead and held to double up as the board ran out .
Jake Schindler open-shoved a stack of 550,000 from the button and Tom Vogelsang called from the big blind.
Schindler was in great shape to double up and did so as the board ran out to earn him a double shortly after suffering a gut-wrenching suckout.
Teun Mulder opened to 400,000 on the button and Jake Schindler three-bet to 1,200,000 from the big blind. Mulder four-bet shoved a stack of 4,370,000 and Schindler called with slightly more.
Mulder was in bad shape and got no help from the flop of or on the turn. However, the river brought the to give Mulder a set of fours and keep him alive, while Schindler was left with 690,000.
The remaining three players are on another 10-minute break.
Jake Schindler opened to 300,000 on the button and Mike Watson called from the big blind.
Watson led out with a bet of 225,000 on the flop and Schindler called. Watson checked on the turn and called a bet of 550,000 from Schindler.
Watson checked again on the river and snap-called when Schindler bet to put him all-in. Schindler showed to beat the of Watson, who went out in fourth place for $683,300.