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Daraus bereits entstandenen Gewinne Tickets Bayern Real. - Weitere InformationenBenjamin Wilinofsky. The question was about the status of Kobylinskiy's chip stack, which continues to increase little by little. He began running through all the action to that point in the hand, his lips moving all the while. And then Merzhvinskii got a walk in his big blind. Seven hands ago, Artem Kobylinskiy had Patrick Korte Boxen bit over 9 million, but now he's got less than 7 million after Lottowelt De sequence of Clubworld No Deposit opponent Paul Michaelis chipping away at him. Fabian Quoss. Nicolas Dumont. Andernfalls setzen wir Ihr Einverständnis voraus.
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Merzhvinskii bet , and Michaelis raisd to 1. Merzhvinskii studied Michaelis carefully and then called. Michaelis took the lead for 1. Michaelis is now on Not much to report from the last couple of orbits.
Six hands, with each of the three remaining players winning small two pots apiece. There was one in which Paul Michaelis three-bet from the big blind over an Alexandr Merzhvinskii open, but nothing more came of it as Merzhvinskii folded.
Michaelis is hovering around 19 million, Kobylinskiy is at about 8. Our three remaining players seem to be in a holding pattern, waiting for a coin flip or a cooler to force someone's hand.
The past five hands went like this. Artem Kobylinskiy raised to , in the small blind on the first and Paul Michaelis called in the big blind.
Kobylinskiy opened for , on the button on the next hand and Alexandr Merzhvinskii called in the big blind. Then Michaelis opened for , on the button and Kobylinskiy called in the big blind.
Kobylinskiy called in the small blind on the next hand and Michaelis checked. And then Merzhvinskii got a walk in his big blind.
After skipping the break they've rolled right into the next level with increased blinds and a bigger big blind ante.
A reminder -- levels are now 45 minutes long. Alexandr Merzhvinskii won a small one to start the new level.
Kobylinskiy bet ,, and Michaelis called. This time Kobylinskiy bet 1. Artem Kobylinskiy limped from the small blind and called Paul Michaelis's big blind re-raise to , He's now on 4 million.
Alexandr Merzhvinskii is playing faster with the deal already in the books. Having good starting cards certainly helps in that regard, too. Early indications, and the following picture, suggest that a deal has been reached between the final three players.
The clock is paused again with 13 minutes on it as the remaining three discuss a deal again. The first was a blind-versus-blind hand in which Merzhvinskii raised pre-flop, then got Artem Kobylinskiy to fold to his continuation bet.
Kobylinskiy won the next one with a button raise, then Merzhvinskii limped in from the small blind Kobylinskiy raised, Merzhvinskii jammed, and Kobylinskiy folded.
Merzhvinskii is up to 9. Artem Kobylinskiy opened for , on the button and Paul Michaelis announced a raise. He put , in the pot. Kobylinskiy then tossed in 1.
Michaelis then shoved and Kobylinskiy folded. Alexandr Merzhvinskii just won two straight hands, one from each of his opponents, to add to his stack.
In the first Artem Kobylinskiy raised to , from the button and Merzhvinskii called from the big blind. Merzhvinskii tabled queen-nine for a pair and Kobylinskiy mucked in a way that made it look like he might have been ahead before that river card.
Michaelis checked again, and this time Merzhvinskii bet 1. Merzhvinskii is up to 8. Michaelis meanwhile still has a healthy lead with Kobylinskiy checked once more and Michaelis bet again, though this time much larger -- 3.
Kobylinskiy thought it over for about 15 seconds and then tossed in a chip to signify his call. He's now on a bit over 20 million.
Kobylinskiy falls to around Alexandr Merzhvinskii raised to , from the button and Paul Michaelis called from the big blind.
Merzhvinskii bet ,, then Michaelis check-raised to , and after some thought Merzhvinskii called. Undeterred, Merzhvinskii fired 1.
Michaelis is up to Paul Michaelis raised the button to take one pot and then checked his option in the big blind when Artem Kobylinskiy called in the small.
As the short stack with less than 15 big blinds, Laurynas Levinskas was just about in push-or-fold mode, although he did make it to a flop with Alexandr Merzhvinskii before letting go his hand to a push by the latter on the turn, leaving himself with 2.
Levinskas was in the big blind the next hand costing him , with the big blind ante , when Paul Michaelis raised to , from the button.
Michaelis bet ,, and when Levinskas check-raised all in, Michaelis called in a flash. Meanwhile Artem Kobylinskiy still leads with about And it sounds like they are going to keep playing without a deal.
On the first hand back after the deal negotiations, Alexandr Merzhvinskii opened for , and Laurynas Levinskas jammed for 2.
That's a lot of work for a one-big-blind profit. After some discussion between the players, it doesn't look like we're going to have a deal at this point.
Paul Michaelis doesn't want to take anything less than ICM. The plan is to resume play in just a few minutes after the players take a quick break.
They're still talking about the potential deal. One of the news items to come out of the discussion was that Laurynas Levinskas already has a package to the PokerStars Players Championship in the Bahamas in January won in a satellite at EPT Barcelona so the lure of the Platinum Pass is not so strong for him.
We'll obviously let you know as soon as we have confirmation of any agreement, or the opposite. We just played two hands without much in the way of action -- two button raises with folds all around -- and then the topic of a potential deal came up.
Now we're on a five-minute break while the players look over the ICM numbers to see if that's indeed what they want to do. We had seen Carlos Branco pushing all-in many times during the first two hours or so of poker today when he open-raised all in from the small blind just now, winning the big blind and big blind ante off of Laurynas Levinskas.
On the next hand Paul Michaelis raised to , from under the gun or, the hijack, if you like , and when it folded to Branco he was at it again, re-raising all in for his last 3.
It folded to Artem Kobylinskiy in the big blind who called right away, and when he tabled his hand it was easy to see why he did. There was a brief discussion of perhaps talking about a deal after Branco left, but the four remaining players chose to continue onward.
Branco raised to , under the gun and Paul Michaelis called from the big blind. Branco thought it over and called. Branco looked like he might be sick.
He began running through all the action to that point in the hand, his lips moving all the while. Eventually he decided to fold. He's on They've introduced just a small handful of white chips worth , each into play -- nine of them, to be exact -- giving a few each to the chip leaders, Paul Michaelis and Artem Kobylinskiy.
As it happens, those two were involved in the first hand of the new level, and some of those white chips traded hands.
After Kobylinskiy limped in from the small blind, Michaelis raised to , and Kobylinskiy called. Besides taking some of those white chips, Kobylinskiy has now just barely nudged ahead of Michaelis with After a good first level for Artem Kobylinskiy and Carlos Branco, here's how the remaining five stack up as we enter Level EPT Prague results.
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The European Poker Tour first visited Prague in and was an immediate hit. It has been a fixture on the circuit ever since.
It invariably attracts the most diverse field on the tour, with no one country dominating the attendance statistics. From 12 Main Events, winners have come from eight different countries, including local boy Jan Skampa in Players and staff alike anticipate their annual trip to Prague more eagerly than any other stop on the schedule.
Here are some of the highlights:. Santa Claus will also be in attendance to hand out free PokerStars merchandise. Pity anybody who has booked a room at Hilton Prague for the second week in December and knows nothing about poker.
Both the latter two are on the mezzanine floor. The hotel itself is on the banks of the Vltava River, in an area of Prague known as Karlin.
It is not quite in the Old Town, but only about a minute walk to the east of the old Jewish Quarter and not much further from the iconic Old Town Square.
Prague is best explored on foot, and it is an absolute chocolate-box delight. Vitus Cathedral. The western facade, in particular, is breathtaking.
There are countless cafes, restaurants and bars tucked in tiny nooks and crannies among the labyrinthine streets, and one can spend hours in aimless, directionless wanderings, without ever needing to know where one really is.
Thousands of people poured into Wenceslas Square during the Velvet Revolution of , marking the collapse of communist rule in the former Czechoslovakia.
It has a remarkable village-within-the-city feel to it, and has its own beautiful church with fascinating graveyard. The area has panoramic views across Prague.
EPT Prague has the most diverse field complexion of any event click to enlarge. People come from across the world to play at EPT Prague, and though there are rail and road options to get to the landlocked Czech Republic from mainland Europe, most people are going to be flying in to Vaclav Havel international airport.
Some of those routes are seasonal.