Event #2: €1,100 No-Limit Hold'em
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Event Info

Buy-in €1,100
Prize Pool €600,960
Players 626

Level Info

Level 22
Blinds 8,000 / 16,000
Ante 2,000

Another Double for Karr

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Joe Kuether raised to 12,000 under the gun only to have McLean Karr move all in right behind. Action folded back around to Kuether and he made the call.

Showdown
Karr: {Q-Spades}{10-Spades}
Kuether: {A-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}

Karr related the bad news to Antonio Esfandiari at the other table, but his solemn tune changed when the {10-Clubs}{6-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} flop delivered him the lead with a pair of tens. Neither the {K-Spades} turn nor {9-Spades} river changed a thing, and Karr came from behind to double to 240,000.

McLean Karr us
McLean Karr
us 240,000 125,000
Joe Kuether us
Joe Kuether
us 50,000 -70,000

Tags: Joe KuetherMcLean Karr

Level:
19
Blinds:
4,000/8,000
Ante:
1,000

Karr Wakes Up with Queens

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Action folded around to Joe Kuether in the small blind and he simply moved all in and put the pressure on short-stacked McLean Karr in the big blind. The latter looked down at {Q-Clubs}{Q-Hearts}, snap-called, and was way out in front of Kuether's {10-Hearts}{9-Hearts}. The board ran out {8-Diamonds}{5-Spades}{4-Hearts}{5-Clubs}{J-Hearts} and Karr let a big smile cross his face as he received a much-needed double.

Joe Kuether us
Joe Kuether
us 120,000 -54,000
McLean Karr us
McLean Karr
us 115,000 60,000

Tags: McLean Karr

Ciuro Shoves... Twice

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It's been pretty quiet here as of late. In one hand Jamel Haddad opened for 13,000 only to fold when Florian Ciuro moved all in for 123,000.

In the very next hand, Antonio Esfandiari opened for 12,500 from the cutoff and was met with a three-bet to 28,000 from Antonin Teisseire on the button. Ciuro then moved all in once again from the small blind and drove out both his opponents.

Florian Ciuro FR
Florian Ciuro
FR 132,000 8,000
Jamel Haddad FR
Jamel Haddad
FR 125,000 -15,000

Tags: Florian CiuroJamel HaddadAntonin Teisseire

W.J. Vincent Eliminated in 13th Place (€7,680)

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A bad beat for W.J. Vincent
A bad beat for W.J. Vincent

We're not quite sure of the action, but we do know that W.J. Vincent was all in preflop for around 60,000 with {K-Hearts}{K-Diamonds} and up against the {A-Hearts}{6-Spades} Jamel Haddad. The {8-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{5-Hearts} flop gave Haddad a pair of sixes, but he needed more help if he hoped to eliminate his American opponent.

Wouldn't you know it, the {A-Spades} spiked on the turn to give Haddad two pair and the lead. Vincent was clearly disappointed, and after the {5-Clubs} river sent him home in 13th place, all he could say in a sarcastic tone was, "Well, that was fun."

Jamel Haddad FR
Jamel Haddad
FR 140,000 60,000
W.J. Vincent US
W.J. Vincent
US Busted

Tags: Jamel HaddadW.J. Vincent

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[user153638] • Level 18: 3,000-6,000, 500 ante
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