Event #1: €2,680 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Event #1: €2,680 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em
Dia 2 Terminado

WSOP-E Event #1, Day 2: Guillaume Humbert Has The Chip Lead

Guillame Humbert - Our Day Two Chip Leader
Guillame Humbert - Our Day Two Chip Leader

After ten wonderful levels of poker, Day Two of the WSOPE Event #1 €2,500 6-Max Event has come to an end.

The chip leader was Guillaume Humbert with 541,000 chips and running him a close second after a wonderful final level was Phil Hellmuth with 401,000. It seems the WSOP Player of the Year race is not yet over.

12 people remain and we will start all over again at 15.00 (CET) where, come rain or shine, we will crown our first WSOPE 2011 champion. The action will revert to the Hotel Majestic Barriere so make sure you turn up at the right place.

Guillaume Humbert
Guillaume Humbert
541,000 1,000
Phil Hellmuth us
Phil Hellmuth
us 401,000 1,000
Azusa Maeda jp
Azusa Maeda
jp 295,000 -65,000
David Benyamine fr
David Benyamine
fr 253,000 43,000
Marton Czuczor hu
Marton Czuczor
hu 210,000 20,000
Matan Krakow il
Matan Krakow
il 203,000 23,000
Anton Wigg se
Anton Wigg
se 201,000 -79,000
Alexander Salabaschew
Alexander Salabaschew
183,000 -12,000
Adrien Allain fr
Adrien Allain
fr 125,000 -65,000
Casey Kastle si
Casey Kastle
si 119,000 -42,000
Bruno Benveniste fr
Bruno Benveniste
fr 102,500 8,500
Roy Finlay
Roy Finlay
72,000 6,000

Tags: Guillaume HumbertPhil Hellmuth

Robert Finlay Moving All-In

• Nível 18: 2,500-5,000, 500 ante

Robert Finlay has moved all-in three times in the past four orbits and has grown his stack to 72,000 without challenge.

Tags: Robert Finlay

Benyamine Wins Blind Battle

David Benyamine just called in the small blind but Guillaume Humbert spiced things up a little with a raise from the big blind and Benyamine called. The flop of {A-Spades} {J-Spades} {4-Hearts} flew out of the dealers hand and Benyamine check-called a 12,500 Humbert bet. The action slowed down on the {Q-Clubs} turn and then we saw the {8-Clubs} river and Benyamine fired out a very healthy looking 40,000 and Humbert folded.

Guillaume Humbert
Guillaume Humbert
540,000 -10,000
David Benyamine fr
David Benyamine
fr 210,000 37,000

Tags: Guillaume HumbertDavid Benyamine

Hot Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth on a mini heater
Phil Hellmuth on a mini heater

Phil Hellmuth has been on fire since moving onto his new table. He won four hands on the spin and grew his chip stack to 400,000.

In the first hand Azusa Maeda raised to 15,000 in the hijack and Hellmuth defended his small blind. The flop was {J-Hearts} {8-Clubs} {2-Spades} and both players checked. The turn was the {5-Spades} and Hellmuth bet 14,000 and Maeda called. The river was the {7-Diamonds} and Hellmuth bet 30,000 and Maeda called.

"Trips," said Hellmuth as he showed {5-Clubs} {5-Hearts}

Maeda mucked his hand.

Marton Czuczor raised to 11,000 and Hellmuth three-bet to 33,000 from the button and won the hand.

Adrien Allain raised to 11,000 in first position and Hellmuth called from the cut-off. The flop was {8-Hearts} {3-Spades} {2-Diamonds} and Allain c-bet 15,000 and Hellmuth had a think.

"Forty-thousand," said Hellmuth and Allain immediately release his hand.

Then finally Hellmuth raised to 15,000 and stole the blinds and antes.

Phil Hellmuth us
Phil Hellmuth
us 400,000 125,000

Tags: Phil Hellmuth

The Final Two Tables

• Nível 18: 2,500-5,000, 500 ante
SeatNameChip Count
1Alexander Salabaschew195,000
2Robert Finlay66,000
3Bruno Benveniste94,000
4David Benyamine173,000
5Guillaume Humbert550,000
6Anton Wigg280,000
1Phil Hellmuth275,000
2Matan Krakow180,000
3Casey Kastle161,000
4Azusa Maeda360,000
5Adrien Allain190,000
6Marton Czuczor190,000

Hellmuth's First Pre Flop All-in

• Nível 18: 2,500-5,000, 500 ante

We haven't seen a pre flop all-in today where Phil Hellmuth was involved but in the last level of the day it finally happened. The hand was a huge letdown since Hellmuth and Czuczor chopped, can you imagine the show we would've seen if Hellmuth either won or lost the pot?

Hellmuth raised from early position to 15,000. Czuczor three-bet to 41,000 after which Hellmuth shoved and the Hungarian youngster snap-called.

Phil Hellmuth{A-Clubs}{K-Spades}
Marton Czuczor{A-Diamonds}{K-Clubs}

The board ran out {A-Spades}{2-Clubs}{9-Spades}{10-Hearts}{5-Clubs} giving both player top pair. We carry on with just 12 players and 30 minutes left in the last level of the day.

Tags: Phil HellmuthMarton Czuczor


• Nível 18: 2,500-5,000, 500 ante

There is a re-draw for the final two tables at this moment. After that we will be playing 32 more minutes.