Live Events 1
Event #10: €25,000 NLH Platinum High Roller
Days:
123

Event Info

Buy-in €25,000
Prize Pool €1,682,640
Players 72

Level Info

Level 28
Blinds 300,000 / 600,000
Ante 600,000

Players Info - Day 3

Players Left 1
Entries 8

Highlights

Highlights

Bedell Doubles Through Westmorland

will_shill • Level 21: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

Martin Kabrhel {a-Spades}{2-Spades} limped in early position and Jordan Westmorland raised to 500,000 on the button with {j-Hearts}{10-Hearts}.

Tom-Aksel Bedell three-bet all in for 1,300,000 with {a-Hearts}{10-Diamonds}. Kabrhel folded and Westmorland called.

The flop came {6-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}{q-Diamonds} giving Westmorland an open-ended straight draw. The turn was the {3-Spades} and the river {6-Clubs} saw Bedell double up.

Jordan Westmorland us
Jordan Westmorland
us 5,400,000 -1,700,000
Tom-Aksel Bedell no
Tom-Aksel Bedell
no 3,000,000 1,500,000

Kabrhel Still Pushing Things Along

will_shill • Level 21: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante

Martin Kabrhel {a-Diamonds}{k-Diamonds} raised to 240,000 from the hijack and Joni Jouhkimainen three-bet to {k-Spades}{6-Spades} from the cutoff. Kabrhel four-bet all in and Jouhkimainen folded.

"Joni, don't bluff. Not your day," said Kabrhel. "Unbelievable these guys. Yesterday on the bubble, bluffing me every hand.

"I'm easy to bluff all the time. Except I have aces. Then I go all-in and he calls."

"You play aces really good," said tablemate Ole Schemion. "You're the best aces player."

Martin Kabrhel cz
Martin Kabrhel
cz 9,700,000 1,000,000
Joni Jouhkimainen fi
Joni Jouhkimainen
fi 4,300,000 -800,000

Thomer Pidun Eliminated in 8th Place (€57,095)

will_shill • Level 21: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante
Thomer Pidun
Thomer Pidun

Thomer Pidun shoved for 1,495,000 from the small blind and Andriy Lyubovetskiy called in the big blnid.

Thomer Pidun: {10-Diamonds}{9-Spades}
Andriy Lyubovetskiy: {k-Clubs}{j-Clubs}

The flop {k-Hearts}{j-Spades}{6-Hearts} gave Lyubovetskiy two pair. The turn was the {5-Hearts} and Pidun only had four outs to stay alive. The river was the {4-Hearts} and Pidun was eliminated in eighth place.

Andriy Lyubovetskiy ua
Andriy Lyubovetskiy
ua 4,200,000 1,500,000
Thomer Pidun de
Thomer Pidun
de Busted

WSOPE PokerGO.com Live Stream Schedule Presented by ClubGG

Chad_Holloway • Level 21: 60,000-120,000, 120,000 ante
WSOPE
WSOPE

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WSOPE PokerGO.com Live Stream Schedule

DateTimeTournament
December 112:30 p.m. ETEvent #10: €25,000 Platinum High Roller
December 212:30 p.m. ETEvent #11: €1,650 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max
December 412:30 p.m. ETEvent #13: €10,000 No-Limit Hold’em 6-Max
December 812:30 p.m. ETEvent #14: €10,350 Main Event

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Level:
21
Blinds:
60,000/120,000
Ante:
120,000

Schemion Wins After House Over House

will_shill • Level 20: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Ole Schemion
Ole Schemion

Ole Schemion {a-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds} raised to 200,000 from the hijack and Martin Kabrhel {9-Diamonds}{9-Hearts} called in the small blind. Joni Jouhkimainen called in the big blind with {6-Hearts}{5-Hearts}.

The flop came {8-Diamonds}{5-Spades}{5-Diamonds} and Kabrhel bet 320,000. Both opponents called.

The turn was the {a-Hearts} and Kabrhel pondered his options before checking. Jouhkimainen bet 800,000 and Schemion called. Kabrhel folded and the remaining two players went heads-up to the {a-Spades} river.

Both players had now made full houses and Jouhkimainen bet 800,000 into over 3,200,000. Schemion took his time before calling and taking down the pot.

Martin Kabrhel cz
Martin Kabrhel
cz 8,700,000 -480,000
Ole Schemion de
Ole Schemion
de 6,700,000 2,700,000
Joni Jouhkimainen fi
Joni Jouhkimainen
fi 5,100,000 -2,250,000

Lyubovetskiy Doubles on Second Hand of Final Table

will_shill • Level 20: 50,000-100,000, 100,000 ante
Andriy Lyubovetskiy
Andriy Lyubovetskiy

Andriy Lyubovetskiy moved all in for 1,210,000 from the hijack and Ole Schemion re-shoved for 5,200,000 from the button.

Andriy Lyubovetskiy: {a-Clubs}{4-Clubs}
Ole Schemion: {8-Hearts}{8-Spades}

The flop came {a-Hearts}{10-Hearts}{9-Hearts} giving Lyubovetskiy top pair, but Schemion picked up extra flush outs. The turn {a-Diamonds} improved Lyubovetskiy to trips, with the river {5-Clubs} doubling the Ukrainian up.

Ole Schemion de
Ole Schemion
de 4,000,000 -1,230,000
Andriy Lyubovetskiy ua
Andriy Lyubovetskiy
ua 2,700,000 1,490,000
Level:
20
Blinds:
50,000/100,000
Ante:
100,000

Final Table for Event #10: €25,000 NLH Platinum High Roller Plays Out at 6:30 P.M. CET

will_shill
Martin Kabrhel
Martin Kabrhel

The final day of the biggest buy-in event of the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe gets underway in King's Resort, Rozvadov at 6:30 p.m. CET.

Two-time WSOP bracelet winner Martin Kabrhel leads the final eight players in Event #10: €25,000 Platinum High Roller with a stack of 9,180,000.

Joni Jouhkimainen (7,350,000) and the United States' Jordan Westmorland round out the top three stacks.

The bracelet event attracted a total of 72 entries which has seen the €1,000,000 guarantee eclipsed. The final prizepool stands at €1,682,640 with the winner taking home €518,430 along with the WSOP title.

There were only 11 paid places, with three of those spots being filled on Day 2. Andrea Ricci (€43,090) was the first player to get paid with Tom Vogelsang (€43,090) joining him on the rail shortly after. Fahredin Mustafov (€48,620) made the unofficial final table but swiftly departed when play resumed.

Event #10: €25,000 Platinum High Roller Final Table

SeatPlayerCountryChip CountBig Blinds
1Tom-Aksel BedellNorway1,445,00014
2Didier RablSwitzerland3,020,00030
3Martin KabrhelCzech Republic9,180,00092
4Ole SchemionGermany5,230,00052
5Joni JouhkimainenFinland7,350,00074
6Thomer PidunGermany1,735,00017
7Andriy LyubovetskiyUkraine1,210,00012
8Jordan WestmorlandUnited States7,145,00071

Remaining Payouts

RANKPAYOUT (EUR)
1€518,430
2€320,415
3€220,905
4€157,295
5€115,795
6€88,230
7€69,675
8€57,095

The final table will take place on Wednesday, December 1 with PokerNews bringing you all the live updates as we crown the latest WSOP champion.