Day 1 completed
Day 1 completed
After a full day of play of 29 levels, just six remain in the 2021 World Series of Poker Europe Event #9: €1,100 NLH Bounty Hunter
The tournament, which is taking place at King's Resort, Rozvadov was unable to play down to a winner and will resume tomorrow, Tuesday, November 30 at 9 a.m. CET. Who ever walks away as the champion will be the recipient of their first WSOP gold bracelet.
In total there have been 604 entries, generating a €392,600 prize plus the additional bounties. There's €79,282 up top as well as the bracelet.
Notables who cashed the event include two-time WSOP bracelet winner Martin Kabrhel (€1,345), one-time winner Renat Bohdanov (19th - €2,292) and €5K PLO fourth-place finisher Nikola Minkov.
Nebojsa Ankucic was the first player to be ejected from the final table, he was left with little after Sergiu Covrig scored a big double for him and then called off the rest of his stack after Pablo Finini moved all-in. Next to go was Pierre Trauer and again was eliminated by the Swiss Finini.
Mykhailo Sezonenko was then eliminated in the closing level of the day by Covrig.
Germany's Tim Novotny goes into the final six with the chip lead.
Event #9: €1,100 NLH Bounty Hunter Final Table Results and Payouts
|7||Mykhailo Sezonenko||Ukraine||€ 9,969|
|8||Pierre Trauer||Germany||€ 7,639|
|9||Nebojsa Ankucic||Serbia||€ 5,961|
As mentioned, play will get underway tomorrow from King's Resort at 9 a.m. CET and PokerNews will keep you up to date as the final table unfolds.
Players have bagged up for the night and the remaining six players will come back to King's Resort on Tuesday, November 30 at 9 a.m. where the event will play to it's conclusion.
Mykhailo Sezonenko was all-in preflop for his last two big blinds with and got called by Sergiu Covrig with .
The board ran out and Sezonenko was eliminated in 7th place.
Mykhailo Sezonenko opened shoved for 1,400,000 and got a call from the big blind from Nicola D'Anselmo.
The board opened with a deuce and D'Anselmo doubled.
Tim Novotny open shoved for 1,600,000 and got a snap-call from Sergiu Covrig in the big blind who covered him.
The board opened giving straight options to Novotny, the turn was the not changing much but the river ensured Novotny would stay alive and double up.
Pierre Trauer shoved for his last 380,000 and got called by Pablo Finini.
The board ran out and Trauer finished 8th.
Romain Le Dantec raised to 250,000 and got three-bet to 575,000 from Michael Strauch in the button.
He shoved covering his opponent who took a minute before calling.
Romain Le Dantec:
The board ran out and Strauch doubled.