Shortstack Paul McLoughlin moved all-in for 210.000 after a raise of chipleader Ricardo Manquant. Manquant was priced in and made the call.
Board produced a set as well as a sweat for McLoughlin, but river was harmless for him.
Paul McLouhglin – 490.000
Ricardo Manquant – 2.300.000
Ricardo Manquant – 2.500.000
Adrian Garcia Galipenso – 1.700.000
Aleksandre Maisuradze – 1.300.000
Marc Janssen – 1.000.000
Julien Sitbon – 982.000
Pieyrre Maggi – 889.000
Paul McLoughlin – 212.000
Zurab Beradze – 167.000
The eight remaining players in the Main Event are on a 15 minute break. We’ll be right back!
In directly the first hand of the final table, it was Mick Heder from Danmark who was eliminated.
Heder moved all-in with and got the call from Adrian Garcia Galipenso with .
Heder needed to hit to stay alive, but failed to do so on board .
Heder finished in 9th place, cashing €9.250. He and his friend Jakob Madsen enjoyed a solid week here in Brussel, with this final table for Heder and Madsen winning the High Roller event.
Adrian Garcia Galipenso – 1.600.000
Mick Heder – Exit
Seat 01 – Zurab Beradze – 247.000
Seat 02 – Marc Janssen – 1.160.000
Seat 03 – Adrian Garcia Galipenso – 1.199.000
Seat 04 – Aleksandre Maisuradze – 1.204.000
Seat 05 – Ricardo Manquant – 2.260.000
Seat 06 – Julien Sitbon – 1.179.000
Seat 07 – Pieyrre Maggi – 918.000
Seat 08 – Paul McLoughlin – 316.000
Seat 09 – Mick Heder – 317.000
French Pierre Tilmant was the last player to bust, before the Final Table was reached. He was busted by fellow countryman Ricardo Manquant.
Manquant opened UTG to 55.000 and saw BB Tilmant move all-in for 182.000. Manquant called and they were heads-up.
It was all but over for Tilmant on flop and turn and river sealed the deal. Tilmant finished in tenth place (€7.350), just missing out on the Final Table.
Pierre Tilmant – Exit
Shortstack Mick Heder from Danmark just found a needed double. Heder started the day with a little more then 10BB, so he knew what to do.
It was against Adrian Garcia Galipenso from Spain that he found what he was looking for. After a raise from SB Garcia Galipenso, Heder moved all-in from the BB and Garcia Galipenso called.
The board ran , securing the double for Heder.
Mick Heder – 430.000
Adrian Garcia Galipenso – 785.000
The Georgian army was down to it’s last three players at the start of Day 3, which is pretty nice. But they just took a hit, in losing Shota Bobokhidze. It was French Julien Sitbon who took him out and he did it in two steps.
In the first hand Bobokhidze opened to 75.000 and Sitbon went all-in for 320.00. Bobokhidze went in the tank, but then called with . Sitbon played and double up on board . Bobokhidze was left behind with 6BB.
A few hands later, Sitbon finished the job he started. Bobokhidze put his last chips in the middle with and Sitbon once again picked up . Bobokhidze flopped a flushdraw on , but did not get the needed help on turn and river .
Bobokhidze drew an applaus from the Georgian rail, finishing in 11th place (€6.385).
Julien Sitbon – 725.000
Shota Bobokhidze – Exit
The players just arrived at the pokerroom, it’s 1pm and that’s the time we’re about to start. 11 players are left in the field. 2 of them won’t make it to the final table.
Chipleader is Ricardo Manquant (picture) with a very nice stack of 1.968.000. Georgia is represented very well with three remaining players: Aleksandre Maisuradze, Zurab Beradze and Shota Bobokhidze.
After a long day, play has concluded in Day 2 of the Main Event. In the end the final table was not reached, instead there were 11 players left.
Here are all their names and chipcounts.
Ricardo Manquant (FR) – 1.968.000
Pieyrre Maggi (BE) – 1.628.000
Adrian Garcia Galipenso (ES) – 1.013.000
Marc Janssen (NL) – 965.000
Aleksandre Maisuradze (GE) – 840.000
Paul McLoughlin (UK) – 598.000
Zurab Beradze (GE) – 437.000
Shota Bobokhidze (GE) – 415.000
Julien Sitbon (BE) – 400.000
Pierre Tilmant (BE) – 298.000
Mick Heder (DK) – 226.000