After ten and a half hours of play, a new bracelet winner was chosen 2023 World Series of Poker Europe at King’s Resort in Rozvadov. Bernd Gleissner led a field of 182 participants Event #14: €1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Freezeoutlast defeat Candido Cappiello in heads-up play to win his first WSOP gold bracelet and the lion’s share of it €200,000 prize pool.
The victory marks Gleissner’s third cash win at the 2023 WSOPE and is by far his biggest win in the series, the next best being a 27th-place finish on the year Event #6: €5,000 Pot Limit Omaha for €8,625. The German pro has enjoyed several five-figure wins at King’s Resort over the past two years, including a 27th place finish in the 2022 WSOPE Main Event for €39,368 and a ninth place finish in a €10,000 PLO High Roller event last year Year September for €46,000. His biggest career win came with a win at EPT London 2011 worth £70,000.
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Event #14: €1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Freezeout Final Table Results
|9||Jan Bogas||Czech Republic||€4,075|
Action of the day
The quick setup of this event with 20 minute levels ensured that the action was non-stop from start to finish. After about six hours of play, the field was reduced from 182 participants to 28 paid places, with well-known players like Barny Boatman, Julien Sitbon, Tobias Garp, Roland Israelashvili, Martin Kabrhel, Max Pescatori, Sonny Franco And Randy Lev Everything is not enough to make money.
Junhyoung Ki would end up being the bubble boy of the event, despite being among the chip leaders for most of the early and middle stages of the tournament. Ki’s downfall began after that Moritz Dietrich called a massive bluff from Ki near the bubble in what was by far the largest pot of the tournament up to that point. Shortly afterwards, Ki lost the rest of his chips to Gleissner and from that point on all remaining players were guaranteed at least a min-cash of €1,885.
Eliminations occurred at a rapid pace once the money was reached, and it took less than two hours for the field to be whittled down from 28 paid spots to the unofficial 10-seat final table. There were also German professionals among those who were eliminated at this point Rainer Kempe (18th – 2,065 €), who had a short stack and finally ran into a run Simone Piazzini‘s ace-king before his run came to an end.
Poker villain Martin Kabrhel cracks the kings twice, beating Johan “YoH ViraL” Guilbert in the $294,920 pot
Gleissner, who was down to a short stack when he reached the money, began to gain momentum at the final two tables, especially after winning a three-way all-in that was eliminated Bastien May and left Kalle Persson stacked short. Gleissner doubled shortly afterwards and reached the unofficial ten-handed final table as the third largest stack.
Play slowed considerably once the final table was reached, as many pots were cleared preflop and players generally acted conservatively as payout jumps became larger. Simon Wilson And Jan Bogas would be the first to fall to tenth and ninth place respectively.
James Chen was perhaps the most experienced player at the final table, but as the blinds continued to rise, he was forced to use his stack with ace-two, only to face Dietrich’s ace-king and be eliminated in eighth place. Angelo Michael, Veronica Tuscano And Alessandro Predaroli Next, Dietrich fell to seventh, sixth and fifth place, with Dietrich scoring two of the knockouts and emerging as a significant chip leader heading into the four-hander.
Gleissner would draw level with Dietrich after elimination Simone Piazzini In a dramatic runout, Gleisser hit a three-outer on the turn, sending Piazzini flying. The three remaining players were fairly close in chips, but a series of bad cards left Dietrich with a short stack. He would eventually move in with a straight draw against Gleissner, who had bottom pair and avoided a multitude of outs to eliminate the Upswing Pro in third place.
The heads-up game between Gleissner and Cappiello was a short affair, lasting about ten minutes, but the duel was action-packed and saw two chip lead changes. After winning a flip against Cappiello with pocket nines, Gleissner took the last chips from Cappiello in another preflop battle where Gleissner’s queen nine held against Cappiello’s queen three to win the final pot of the tournament.
Winner of the WSOP Europe 2023
|Event #1: €350 NLH Opener||3,503||Luke Pazma||€110,000|
|Event #2: €550 Pot Limit Omaha 8-max||719||Omar Eliach||€65,900|
|Event #3: €1,350 Mini-Main Event||1,729||Socratis Linaras||€310,350|
|Event #4: €2,000 Pot Limit Omaha||206||Hokyiu Lee||€91,183|
|Event #5: €550 NLH Colossus||3,436||Ermanno Di Nicola||€200,000|
|Event #6: €5,000 Pot Limit Omaha||202||Wing Po Liu||€230,000|
|Event No. 7: €1,650 NLH 6-Max||495||Tobias Peters||€143,100|
|Event No. 8: 25,000 NLH GGMillion€||89||Daniel Dvoress||€600,000|
|Event #9: €1,100 NLH Mystery Bounty||803||Tobias Garp||€92,300|
|Event #10: €2,000 8-Game Mix||97||Dainius Antanaitis||€47,770|
|Event #11: €1,100 NLH Turbo Bounty Hunter||570||Joakim Andersson||€70,000|
|Event #12: €50,000 NLH Diamond High Roller||37||Santhosh Suvarna||€650,000|
|Event #14: €1,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo Freezeout||182||Bernd Gleissner||€46,700|
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- 7 Cash game specialist Hokyiu Lee triumphs in WSOPE Event #4 2023: €2,000 Pot-Limit Omaha (€91,183)
- 8th Sokratis Linaras triumphs in the WSOP Europe Mini Main Event (€310,350)
- 9 The third time is the magic as Ermanno Di Nicola catches a miracle and wins the €550 colossus
- 10 Wing Po Liu denies WSOPE Main Event champ Omar Eljach his third bracelet in the $5,000 PLO
- 11 Daniel Dvoress wins the first live bracelet and €600,000 in WSOPE event #8: €25,000 GGMiliion€
- 12 Veteran pro Tobias Peters ends his 11-year WSOP bracelet pursuit
- 13 Ted Lasso from poker? Assistant Soccer Coach Becomes First-Ever WSOP Europe Mystery Bounty Champion (€92,300)
- 14 WSOP Europe €2K 8-Game Bracelet goes to Dainius “Dainiux” Antanaitis of Lithuania
- 15 Joakim Andersson sprints to the €1,100 Turbo Bounty Hunter bracelet at the WSOP Europe
- 16 Santhosh Suvarna from HCL’s PLO Week wins the WSOP Europe €50,000 Diamond High Roller (€650,000)
- 17 Poker villain Martin Kabrhel cracks the kings twice, beating Johan “YoH ViraL” Guilbert in the $294,920 pot
- 18 Record-breaking WSOP Europe Main Event with the winner receiving €1,500,000
- 19 2023 WSOPE Hands of the Week PLO Edition: Runner, Runner and a Royal Flush Triple Up
- 20 Bernd Gleissner wins first bracelet at WSOP Europe €1K Turbo Freezeout (€46,700)