2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Event #2: €1,090 No-Limit Hold'em
Dias: 2
Event Info

2011 World Series of Poker Europe

Resultados Finais
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Event Info
Informações do Nível
10,000 / 20,000

Event #2: €1,090 No-Limit Hold'em

Dia 2 Começado

Official Day 2 Chip Counts (Completo)

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Andrew Hinrichsen au
Andrew Hinrichsen
WSOP 1X Winner
Yannick Autaa fr
Yannick Autaa
Eric Baudry
Eric Baudry
Gianluca Speranza it
Gianluca Speranza
Carlo Savinelli it
Carlo Savinelli
Adam Palethorpe
Adam Palethorpe
Nabil Nedjai
Nabil Nedjai
Toby Lewis gb
Toby Lewis
45,200 7,200
WSOP 1X Winner
EPT 1X Winner
Brian Roberts us
Brian Roberts
Ricardo Pereira
Ricardo Pereira
42,500 16,500
Christopher Sly
Christopher Sly
Jackson Su
Jackson Su
Roberto Romanello gb
Roberto Romanello
WSOP 1X Winner
WPT 1X Winner
EPT 1X Winner
Randy Dorfman us
Randy Dorfman
37,700 2,700
William Koks
William Koks
Tyler Kenney us
Tyler Kenney
Gianluca Cedolia ca
Gianluca Cedolia
Tarcisio Bruno
Tarcisio Bruno
35,800 -6,700
Vanessa Selbst us
Vanessa Selbst
WSOP 3X Winner
Riccardo Cantafora
Riccardo Cantafora
Jean Philippe Rohr fr
Jean Philippe Rohr
Bernard Guigon fr
Bernard Guigon
Julien Varin
Julien Varin
Mendel Benoit
Mendel Benoit
Gregory Lejolivet
Gregory Lejolivet

Leia tudo

Event #2 Day 2 Table and Seat Draw

Here's the table and seat draw for the remaining 104 players that have advanced to Day 2 or Event #2: €1,090 No-Limit Hold'em here at the 2011 World Series of Poker. All of these tables will be held at Le Croisette Casino Barrière a couple short blocks down the road from Hôtel Majestic Barrière.

691Jackson Su39,000
692Brian Roberts43,400
693Cedric Campagnari11,200
694Kirill Telezhkin19,200
695Gregory Lejolivet30,600
696Gianluca Cedolia36,100
697Richard Haile26,800
698Farzad Bonyadi26,800
699John Eames19,900
701Pierre Milan22,600
702Mariano Martiradonna5,300
703Launay Thomas17,200
704Dan Shak6,700
705Quentin Ribout14,400
706Gianluca Speranza54,000
707Riccardo Cantafora35,200
708Nabil Nedjai45,300
709Iain James McDonald22,900
711Tarcisio Bruno35,800
712Matthew Waxman9,700
713In Albon Pascal7,800
714Khoren Karapetian9,700
715Boban Stevanovic23,500
716Christopher Sly40,400
717Charles Derrick16,100
718Norbert Levigne12,200
719Randy Dorfman37,700
721Gennady Kalin23,400
722Benjamin Alvarez14,600
723Eric Beguin15,700
724Adam Palethorpe48,500
725Julien Varin33,000
726Chuc Hoang23,700
727Jose Machado10,400
728Nicolas Cabot24,500
729Simone Goria12,500
731Nicolas Jussot27,600
732Yves Lanvin22,100
733Stefan Raffay19,700
734Cedric Lebrette3,600
735Christophe Girard2,200
736Joffrey Guerry10,700
737Christopher Jetten6,000
738Richard Toth19,200
739Yann Brossolo10,900
741Sylvain Taddei20,500
742Bernard Guigon34,200
743Dan Kelly7,600
744Kyle Cheong21,600
745Jonathan Cooke10,200
746Georges Tohme18,400
747Gruss Konstantin4,300
748Jeanphilippe Rohr35,100
749Andrew Hinrichsen63,900
751Alexandre Brivot22,100
752Remi Marrale24,700
753Kevin MacPhee30,200
754Raffaele Ugliano3,800
755Arlindo Dos Santos6,200
756Eric Baudry58,300
757Salman Behbehani27,300
758Ricky Hale4,500
759Tobias Rohe6,100
761Nicolas Errichi24,400
762Paul Ribaud12,700
763Ricardo Pereira42,500
764Toby Lewis45,200
765Aaron Jones30,300
766Lars Bonding17,700
767Pascal Aude15,700
768William Koks37,400
769Eoghan O'Dea22,300
771Vanessa Selbst35,400
772McLean Karr19,000
773Roberto Romanello38,100
774Nicolas Chouity14,000
775Gaetan Deneuve24,500
776Martial Blangenwitsch23,200
777Francois Jardinet17,400
778Mark Shepherd11,100
781Magnus Persson19,000
782James Mitchell26,800
783Franco Continanza21,500
784Jerome Bradpiece25,200
785Enrique Pappatico11,000
786Maxence Dupont23,900
787Nicolas Yunis5,200
788Ruben Velasco-Merino12,400
791Mikhael Kvale17,100
792Erik Cajelais19,000
793Grand Moursel Jean Pierre9,300
794Vaino Ville24,700
795Berthe Mickael12,900
796Yannick Autaa60,000
797Mohamed El Berrak18,100
798Jeffrey Ust9,400
801Carlo Savinelli52,400
802Tyler Kenney37,100
803Daniel Walker18,300
804Dimitri Durand6,700
805Raj Vohra4,300
806Jeremy Del Gallo19,700
807Gregori Vahda11,100
808Mendel Benoit33,000

Day 2 Awaits

We're just a few minutes away from the restart of Event #2, and Day 2 awaits the 104 players who've survived this long in the €1,090 buy-in event.

It's Aussie Andrew Hinrichsen in front of the pack for now, apparently still running hot on the heels of his deep run in the WSOP Main Event in Las Vegas this summer. Among the relative unknowns left in the field are a smattering of familiar names, as well, and the road to the bracelet is still a tough one. Toby Lewis, Roberto Romanello, Randy Dorfman, Tyler Kenney, and Vanessa Selbst all begin this day with above-average stacks, while guys like Peter Jetten, Dan Kelly, and Dan Shak have some work to do as they return to thinly-stuffed chip bags this afternoon.

The players have just begun taking their seats, and the chips have begun rattling around the felt. We'll be off and running in about ten minutes, so don't wander off!

Nível: 10

Blinds: 400/800

Ante: 100

Jetten Shoves it In

Nível 10 : 400/800, 100 ante

Peter Jetten only had 6,000 chips to return to on Day 2, and he didn't waste any time moving them into the pot. When the action folded to him in middle position, he shoved in for 5,900 with {Q-Spades} {7-Hearts}. From the small blind, Nicolas Jussot had missed the action, and he announced, "Seventeen hundred," as he dropped the matching amount into the pot.


Jack Effel ruled that the 1,700 must remain in the pot, and Jussot had the option to call the remaining 4,200 or forfeit his chips. After some time, he elected to do the latter, and big blind Yves Lanvin made the quick call, tabling {A-Spades} {A-Clubs}.

Jetten couldn't find anything to sweat on board, and he and his queen-seven have been relegated to the rail.

Tags: Nicolas JussotPeter JettenYves Lanvin

Unlucky 77

Nível 10 : 400/800, 100 ante

The players on the second half of Table 77 are the unluckiest players in the room. Just look at the first four seats there:

Seat 1: Vanessa Selbst
Seat 2: McLean Karr
Seat 3: Roberto Romanello
Seat 4: Nicolas Chouity

Yikes! We're going to keep a close eye on that table for the time being.

Lejolivet Busts Bonyadi Flush Over Flush

We picked up the action on the turn in this hand and it turned out to be a big one. As a result, Farzad Bonyadi -- who began the day on 26,800 in chips -- was eliminated.

Gregory Lejolivet bet 800 on the {8-Spades}{6-Spades}{5-Spades}{K-Hearts} board and Bonyadi put in a raise to 4,300. Lejolivet began to count out chips and put in a reraise to 9,400. Bonyadi only took about ten seconds or so to move all in. Lejolivet quickly called and tabled the {A-Spades}{K-Spades}. Bonyadi held a weaker flush, but wasn't stone dead yet with the {J-Spades}{9-Spades}. He still had an out to a straight flush if the {7-Spades} were to fall.

The river landed with the {5-Clubs} and Bonyadi couldn't pull of the miracle. At the final count of the chips, Lejolivet's all-in bet of 25,000 had Bonyadi just covered. Bonyadi was sent to the rail while Lejolivet boomed to over 50,000 in chips.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Gregory Lejolivet
Gregory Lejolivet
54,000 23,400
Farzad Bonyadi us
Farzad Bonyadi
WSOP 4X Winner

Tags: Gregory LejolivetFarzad Bonyadi