The plan for Day 4 was to play down to 8 players from the 24 that started the day. However, only 8 players remained in less than four levels of play, so WSOP crew decided to continue until there were 6 players left instead, which took about 1 hour. Here are the 6 remaining players of the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event:
Day 3 began with 16 players on 4 four-handed tables and was supposed to continue until only four players remained, but the day was still young when four players remained so the action continued until Dan O'Brien and Darko Stojanovic were the last men standing.
Henrik Johansson, a online high-stakes professional, is the latest champion at World Poker Tour Europe in Paris! The 21-year-old Swede had more than a quarter of the chips in play when the final table of Event #2: €1,100 NLH Re-Entry kicked off yesterday. Johansson didn't stay in the lead throughout the final table, but he never let go of his big stack and always made the correct decisions, which was enough to earn him the title, a gold bracelet and €129,700 in cash!
Event #2: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em Re-Entry saw 659 entries and the remaining 9 players will return to play later on today and battle it out at the final table - where a first prize of €129,700 and a WSOP gold bracelet are at stake!
On Saturday, the first WSOP gold bracelet of the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe (played in Paris) was awarded. Jackie Glazier bested a field of 65 players (included EPT Winner Liv Boeree, WSOP bracelet winner Allyn Jaffrey Schulman, and a few other poker stars) over the course of two days in Event #1: €1,100 Ladies Event to claim the victory, her first WSOP gold bracelet and a sweet €21,850.
Another 7 WSOP gold bracelets will be awarded at the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe before October 26th. We will do our outmost to write about all the bracelet winners and other notable happenings, so make sure to check out our news section every day!
On Tuesday, the fifth day of World Series of Poker Europe in Cannes, France was played and it turned out to be a very thrilling day of poker. Antonio "The Magician" Esfandiari, the winner of the biggest buy-in tournament in history (Big One For One Drop), defeated a field of 626 to capture the title of Event #2: €1,1000 No-Limit Holdem (€126,207). This was Esfandiari's third WSOP bracelet, and he now has the WSOP Player of the Year lead.
Just as 2010 WSOP kicks off, the organizers have decided to release the tournament schedule for the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe. The tournament will, as usual, take place in London and 5 events will be played between 14-28 September. Lots of interesting high stakes games and side events are to expect as well. Well, let's enjoy 2010 WSOP for now!
Tuesday 14 September Event #1: £2 500 NLH 6-handed Thursday 16 September Event #2: £5 000 PLO Friday 17 September Event #3: £1 000 NLH Tuesday 21 September Event #4: £10 000 NLH High Roller Heads-Up Thursday 23 September Event #5: £10 000 WSOPE Championship NLH
Today is the beginning of WSOPE which is the European version of The World Series of Poker. The first event is a NL Holdem event with a buy in of £1575. This series is going to go on until the 2nd October and before the main event get started at the 27th of September another two events will be played. Read more » 2008 WSOPE Starts Today
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