€1,100 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias:
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€1,100 No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 1 Terminado

The Day 1 Chip Lead of the €1,100 NLHE Freezeout Goes to Babaev

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante
Zakhar Babaev
Zakhar Babaev

After twelve levels of play, Day 1 of the €1,100 NLHE Freezeout has come to an end with 42 players, out of 198 in total, bagging up at the end of the day. The 198 entries in total created a total prize pool of €192,060 and the winner will walk away with €42,590. Claiming the chip lead in the first event of the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo®Casino European Poker Tour is Zakhar Babaev from Israel with 242,500 in chips.

He collected most of those chips when he rivered a full house and eliminated Aladin Reskallah in a hand where Julien Martini folded his straight in the end in a big pot. Babaev finished in second place in this year’s EPT Sochi’s Main Event for $258,896. Martini also bagged big tonight with 165,000 and is familiar with a second-place finish in a PokerStars event as he lost his heads-up match against Platinum Pass Winner Ramon Colillas during the PokerStars Players Championship at the beginning of the year.

Second in the chip counts is Canada’s Jeffrey Colpitts with 222,500, followed by Paul Testud who bagged 205,000. Closing out the top five are Olivier Ferrero (192,000) and another Platinum Pass winner, Natalie Teh with 188,000. Other notable players who found a bag to tag at the end of the day include the Pupillo brothers Nick and James Pupillo who bagged 155,500 and 100,500.

Kalidou Sow
Kalidou Sow Eliminated in Last Hand of the Night

Unfortunately, not everyone was lucky enough to make it through. PokerStars Ambassador Kalidou Sow busted in the final hand of the night when he shoved his five-deuce off-suit in the small blind when Paul Testud had limped in from the cutoff with ace-queen suited. No help came on the board and Sow was sent packing without a bag. The only other PokerStars Ambassador to participate today was Celina Lin but she also failed to find a bag at the end of the night. This was also the case for players like Romain Lewis, June Jenkins, Michael Wang, Paul Tedeschi, Jack Sinclair, Erwann Pecheux, Randy Lew, Alexandre Reard, Pierre Calamusa, Ami Barer, Antoine Saout, Joey Weissman, Timur Margolin, Sonny Franco, and Jean-René Fontaine.

Day 2 will start at 12:30 PM on Friday, April 26 with Level 13 which features a small blind of 1,000, big blind of 2,500 and a big blind ante of 2,500. Levels will continue to be 40 minutes each with a 20-minute break after every three levels. Another 75-minute dinner break is scheduled after the ninth level of play on Day 2. With 42 players remaining, the bubble is expected to burst early in the day as only 27 players will be in the money for at least €1,920.

So, who will make it into the money? Make sure to return for Day 2 to see who will cash and who will walk away as the winner at the end of the day as the PokerNews live reporting team will bring you all the action from the EPT Monte Carlo!

Tags: Aladin ReskallahAlexandre ReardAmi BarerAntoine SaoutCelina LinErwann PecheuxJack SinclairJeffrey ColpittsJoey WeissmanJulien MartiniJune JenkinsKalidou SowMichael WangNatalie TehOlivier FerreroPaul TedeschiPaul TestudPierre CalamusaRamon ColillasRandy LewRomain LewisSonny FrancoTimur MargolinZakhar Babaev

Day 2 Seat Draw

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante
TableSeatNameCountryChipsBig Blinds
11Deividas DaubarisLithuania185,50074
12Jeffrey ColpittsCanada222,50089
14Morgan AcetoFrance111,00044
15Zorlucan ErTurkey27,50011
16Giancarlo ImperatiItaly77,00031
17Benjamin SaadaFrance37,00015
18James PupilloUnited States155,50062
      
21Paul TestudFrance205,00082
22George SchiavoAustralia67,50027
23Mattias HansenDenmark14,5006
24Simone AgnolettoItaly52,00021
26Boutros NaimLebanon56,00022
27Shahar LeviIsrael123,50049
28Itai DanzigerIsrael95,00038
      
31Olivier FerreroFrance192,00077
32Leonel GraterolVenezuela55,50022
33Meddi FerrahFrance64,50026
35Anton SerhiienkovUkraine128,00051
36Danilo ColombaItaly111,50045
37Zakhar BabaevIsrael242,50097
38Zorlu ErTurkey56,00022
      
41Natalie TehMalaysia188,00075
42Frederic DelvalFrance82,50033
43Marco MontruccoliItaly64,50026
44Julien BolimowskiFrance56,00022
46George RotariuRomania80,50032
47Julien MartiniFrance165,00066
48Francois EvardSwitzerland31,00012
      
51Shachar HaranFrance24,50010
52Salvatore CamardaItaly14,5006
53Oskar JonssonIceland77,50031
54Gabriel ChivaRomania84,00034
55Raul PaezSpain106,00042
56Remi CastaignonFrance35,00014
58Mounir TajiouSweden161,00064
      
61Marius KudzmanasLithuania64,00026
63Lawrence AndreysFrance30,00012
64Renjun YangChina44,50018
65David DomjanGermany75,00030
66Emanuele PavoniItaly27,00011
67Semen KravetsRussia134,50054
68Nick PupilloUnited States100,50040

End-of-Day Chip Counts (Completo)

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante
Zakhar Babaev il 242,500 -1,500
Jeffrey Colpitts us 222,500 82,500
Paul Testud fr 205,000
Olivier Ferrero fr 192,000 32,000
Natalie Teh my 188,000 77,000
Deividas Daubaris LT 185,500 65,500
Julien Martini fr 165,000 19,000
Mounir Tajiou se 161,000 89,000
James Pupillo us 155,500 -33,500
Semen Kravets ru 134,500 20,500
Anton Serhiienkov UA 128,000 -34,000
Shahar Levi il 123,500 8,500
Danilo Colomba IT 111,500 44,100
Morgan Aceto fr 111,000 -61,000
Raul Paez es 106,000 101,000
Nick Pupillo us 100,500 50,500
Itai Danziger IL 95,000 -10,000
Gabriel Chiva ro 84,000
Frederic Delval fr 82,500 50,500
George Rotariu ro 80,500
Oskar Jonsson IS 77,500 -5,500
Giancarlo Imperati IT 77,000
David Domjan de 75,000 5,000
George Schiavo AU 67,500 -12,500
Meddi Ferrah fr 64,500

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Play Ended

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante

The full chip counts and a recap of today's action are to follow.

Sow Busts in the Last Hand of the Night

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante
Kalidou Sow
Kalidou Sow

Paul Testud limped in from the cutoff and Kalidou Sow decided to shove for 36,700 in the big blind in the very last hand of the night. Testud called with the bigger stack.

Kalidou Sow: {5-Clubs}{2-Hearts}
Paul Testud: {a-Spades}{q-Spades}

The board ran out {6-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{j-Clubs}{9-Clubs}{j-Spades} for Sow to not get any help of the board and he was eliminated before being able to bag up.

Paul Testud fr 205,000 205,000
Kalidou Sow fr Eliminado

Tags: Kalidou SowPaul Testud

Three More Hands

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante

The tournament clock has been paused and the players need to play three more hands before they can bag and tag their chips for Day 2 tomorrow.

Babaev Takes Chip Lead

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante
Zakhar Babaev
Zakhar Babaev

Zakhar Babaev raised to 3,300 from the hijack and was called by Julien Martini in the cutoff. Aladin Reskallah shoved on the button for 26,700 and the blinds quickly folded. Babaev and Martini both made the call.

The flop came {k-Clubs}{q-Spades}{3-Clubs} on which both players checked to the {a-Spades} on the turn. Babaev bet 10,500 and Martini called.

The river completed the board with the {q-Hearts} and Babaev continued with a bet of 25,500. Martini took some time to think and then reluctantly folded.

"Good fold" Babaev commented and then tabled {k-Spades}{k-Hearts} for the rivered full house.

Reskallah got up from his chair and showed he held {9-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} which wasn't good enough to stay in the tournament.

"I folded {j-Diamonds}{10-Diamonds}" Martini said. "How disappointed are you?" he added with a smile.

Zakhar Babaev il 244,000 94,000
Julien Martini fr 146,000 96,000
Aladin Reskallah fr Eliminado

Tags: Aladin ReskallahJulien MartiniZakhar Babaev

Er Doubles Through Agnoletto

poolshir • Nível 12: 1,000-2,000, 2,000 ante

Simone Agnoletto raised to 4,500 from mid-position and Zorlucan Er shoved for 8,600 in the hijack. The rest of the table folded and Agnoletto made the call.

Zorlucan Er: {a-Diamonds}{10-Hearts}
Simone Agnoletto: {8-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}

The board ran out {9-Clubs}{4-Spades}{10-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}{a-Clubs} for Er to flop a pair of tens and improve to two pair on the river to secure the double-up.

Simone Agnoletto it 67,000
Zorlucan Er tr 22,200

Tags: Simone AgnolettoZorlucan Er