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2013 WSOPE: Stojanovic Denies O'Brien In Mixed Max Event

Tags: 2013 wsope, dan obrien, Darko Stojanovic, mixed max.
Posted on 18 October 2013 by "T".

On Thursday, Darko Stojanovic denied American poker pro Dan O'Brien his first bracelet, again, in Event #3: €5,300 Mixed Max. In the course of 53 hands, Stojanovic from France defeated the very experienced tournament player Dan O'Brien. O'Brien enjoyed a 3-1 chip when the cards were in the air, but the Stojanovic played very well and doubled up already in the second hand of the match. Stojanovic then dominated play until O'Brien needed a double up to stay in the game...

 

 

Stojanovic bet 34,000 on the button and O'Brien made the call. The flop came down 4ClubQHeart6Heart and Stojanovic led out for 53,000. O'Brien raised to 130,000 and Stojanovic went all in. O'Brien made the call with AHeart5Heart and Stojanovic turned over 7Heart7Club.

At this point, Stojanovic was 55.25% favourite to take home the pot (and the tournament). The JSpade landed on the turn and O'Brien needed to hit an ace or a flush on the river (Win: 25%). The last card of the event was the 8Diamond and O'Brien finished runner-up in a WSOPE event in France for the second time, with the first being a 2nd place finish in the €3,000 No Limit Hold'em - Shootout (Event #4) in Cannes last year.

Darko Stojanovic received his first gold bracelet and $188,160 while a disappointed O'Brien received $116,280. Better luck next time Mr. O'Brien!

 


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1 comment on "2013 WSOPE: Stojanovic Denies O''Brien In Mixed Max Event"

 noonlion18/10/2013 10:38:29 GMT
Dam, unlucky in a way to be runner up twice, horrible being the nearly man.
How French is Stojanovic?

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