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Morten Mortensen aura joué moins d’un level dans ce Jour 2 du High Roller WPT DeepStacks Brussels. Dernier enregistré du tournoi, le Danois s’incline avec   contre   chez Matthias De Meulder pour un pot de 35 blindes. Le Belge grimpe à 220 000 jetons à l’issue de ce coup. Il reste moins de 10 minutes de

New Year's Eve Grand Casino Brussels

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New Year's Eve Brussels

Do you want to wrap up 2017 in style?  The only right way to do just that, would be an unforgettable party. A casino is the perfect setting to spend New Year’s Eve with friends. You are guaranteed to have plenty of fun and you can go all in at the casino tables and on the dance

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

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

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. Flop    Maggi checked and Marquant fired 400.000. Maggi then went all-in for at about 3 miljoen! Marquant shrugged and made the call. Maggi     Marquant   Straight away

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

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