Pieyre Maggi has won the WSOP Circuit Main Event in Brussels for €100.000! As a shortstack he survived several all-ins, after that he got the deal done. Ricardo Manquant and Adrian Garcia Galipenso became second and third.
The WSOP Circuit €1.675 Main Event started today at 1pm for the final. €100.000 and WSOPC ring were on the line. Ricardo Manquant from France started as the chipleader.
They started with the last two tables, two of the remaining players would miss the final table. Shota Bobokhidze knocked out on the 11th place for €6.385. After Pierre Tilmant lost with K Q against the 5 5 of Ricardo Manquant, the final table was set.
Seat 01 – Zurab Beradze – 247.000
Seat 02 – Marc Janssen – 1.160.000
Seat 03 – Adrian Garcia Galipienso – 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
Mick Heder (9th, €9.250) from Denmark had a very short run on the final table. In the first hand he lost with 7 7 against the 9 9 of Adrian Garcia Galipienso, and didn’t got any help from the board. Shortstack Zurab Beradze (8th, €12.400) lost his last chips with Q 9 to Garcia Galipienso, who hit a six on the flop holding T 6.
The Spaniard was responsible for the bust of Julien Sitbon (7th, €15.780). On A J 6 2 5 Sitbon was put all-in by Garcia Galipienso. After a long tank, the call came with A Q. It’s was not enough to beat the A J of Garcia Galipienso.
Some moments later Marc Jansen (6e, €19.000) was at risk with A K against the 7 7 of Manquant. Another 7 appeared on the flop which left Janssen no chance.
Paul McLoughlin (5th, €23.000) check-raised all-in with Q J on T 9 7, Garcia Galipienso called with K K. No help for the British player on turn or river.
Aleksandre Maisuradze (4th, €31.000) was the next player to leave the tournament. On A K 3 Q 4 he lost with 9 9 to the nutflush of Manquant, who played Q J.
After that Adrian Garcia Galipienso (3rd, €43.000) some big pots in a row and became the shortest stack. He lost his stack with 2 2 when Manquant called with A 3. and the board A K Q 8 J was.
The heads-up became a battle between Ricardo Manquant and Pieyre Maggi. The Belgian was the shortest with 2 million chips, Manquant played 6,8 miljoen .
Maggi doubled early on and gained the chiplead. Manquant went all-in with A 5 and was behind to the A J of Maggi. The board 9 7 2 6 2 got dealed in favor of the Brussels resident.
Ricardo Manquant (2nd, €68.000) had great run in Main Event but ended as the runner-up. Pieyre Maggi (1st, €100.000) became the winner of the WSOP Circuit Main Event. Good game, sir!
Result WSOP Circuit Brussel Main Event:
|3||Adrian Garcia Galipienso||SP||43.000,00|
Pieyre Maggi has kept the title in Belgium! In a fast and furious heads up he mangaed to defeat Ricardo Manquant and grab the WSOP ring!
It all went in preflop in the deciding hand with Manquant behind playing against the from Maggi.
The board didn’t gave Manquant enough help, running out .
Manquant had to settle for second and €68.000, while Maggi took home a cool €100.000!
Pieyre Maggi – 7.800.000
Ricardo Manquant – Exit
|3||Adrian Garcia Galipienso||SP||43.000,00|
|12||Ryanne van der Wiele||NL||5.500,00|
|14||Gautier Le Bris||FR||4.650,00|
|16||Younes El Boujdaini||BE||4.000,00|
The tables have turned as Pieyre Maggi just doubled up into the chiplead.
Maggi threebet preflop from 135.000 to 355.000 and Ricardo Manquant made the call.
Maggi checked and Marquant fired 400.000. Maggi then went all-in for at about 3 miljoen! Marquant shrugged and made the call.
Straight away on the turn the fell to fill Maggi’s straight and river sealed the deal.
Pieyrre Maggi – 6.900.000
Ricardo Manquant – 1.900.000
After seeing Ricardo Manquant take most of the pots heads-up with his agressive play, Pieyre Maggi just managed to score a double.
Maggi bet 150.000 on flop , after which Manquant jammed all-in. Maggi called right away with and was in good shape against of Manquant.
Turn and river could not prevent Maggi from doubling and so he takes a step in the right direction towards balancing the stacks.
Ricardo Manquant – 6.300.000
Pieyre Maggi – 2.600.000
Ricardo Manquant – 6.800.000
Pieyre Maggi – 2.000.000
Adrian Garcia Galipienso from Spain was crushing the final table, busting not less than four players. But then Frenchman Ricardo Manquant decided to do something about it.
Manquant took over the chiplead and was bullying the table like Garcia Galipienso did before. Eventually to lead to the elimination of the Spaniard.
Garcia Galipienso went all-in for 620.000 after a raise of Manquant and he snap-called. Garcia Galipienso had and needed to hit a lot of outs against Manquants .
He did not succeed in doing so on board and Garcia Galipienso, who seemed a lock for at least the heads-up, was suddenly eliminated in 3rd place (€43.000).
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – Exit
Aleksandre Maisuradze had a great run in this event. It all ended on a board. Ricardo Manquant went all-in and the player from Georgia made the call. He showed but his flush was no good against the of Manquant.
Fourth place netted Aleksandre Maisuradze €31.000.
Aleksandre Maisuradze – Exit
Ricardo Manquant just showed a power play you don’t see everyday.
Manquant opened it up UTG tot 110.000, followed by a threebet by Pieyrre Maggi to 325.000 from the BTN. SB Adrian Garcia Galipienso then reraised to 625.000. Aleksandre Maisuradze folded from the BB. When the action came back to Manquant, he just shoved all-in putting his opponents to the test.
Both Maggi and Galipienso decided to fold, so Manquant extended his chiplead by a million chips without even seeing a flop.
Ricardo Manquant – 4.500.000
Pieyre Maggi – 1.700.000
Adrian Garcia Galipienso – 1.300.000
Aleksandre Maisuradze – 1.300.000
Pieyre Maggi escaped preflop all-in for twenty big blinds with . Ricardo Manquant went for the knock-out with but an appeared to keek Maggi alive with some magic.
Pieyre Maggi – 2.100.000
Ricardo Manquant – 2.400.000