WSOPE prelims: Schwartz and Ausmus win, Seidel denied

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Oct 20, 2013 Posted in Tournament News, WSOP News | No Comments »

wsop bracelet2The 2013 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event is now upon us, which means all of the preliminary tournaments have come to a close. In this column we’ll take a look at the results of each of the bracelet tournaments (Events #1-#6), as well as any important milestones or moments that occurred along the way.

Event #1: €1,100 Ladies Championship – 65 entries

This was Glazier’s first WSOP victory after finishing runner-up in a 2012 tournament, and 31st in the summer’s WSOP Main Event.

1. Jackie Glazier – €21,850

2. Maryline Valente – €13,500

3. Laurie Bismuth – €8,950

4. Celine Bastian – €6,330

5. Nathalie Odet – €4,770

6. Sherry Lindsey – €3,800

7. Gaelle Baumann – €3,200

Event #2: €1,100 NLHE Reentry – 659 entries

1. Henrik Johansson — €129,700

2. Adriano Torregrossa — €80,250

3. Yaniv Botbol — €58,860

4. Daniel Weinman — €43,772

5. Serge Ekert — €32,992

6. Daniel Laidlaw — €25,190

7. Jose Obadia — €19,498

8. Jean-Philippe Tuffery — €15,285

9. Andrei Konopelko — €12,134

Event #3: €5,300 Holdem Mix Max – 135 entries

1. Darko Stojanovic — €188,160

2. Dan O’Brien — €116,280

3. Jason Mann — €62,770

4. Noah Schwartz — €62,770

5. Shannon Shorr — €30,695

6. Jeremy Joseph — €30,695

7. Jake Schwartz — €30,695

8. Joe Kuether — €30,695

9. Ville Mattila — €14,905

Event #4: €1,650 PLO – 184 entries

Ausmus, a former WSOP Main Event final table participant picked up his first career bracelet in Event #3.

1. Jeremy Ausmus – €70,324

2. Juha Helppi – €43,441

3. Jan-Peter Jachtmann – €31,367

4. Jason Mercier –€23,036

5. Martin Koslov –€17,210

6. Michael Schwartz –€13,077

Event #5: €2,200 No Limit Holdem – 337 entries

Event #5 saw Frenchman Roger Hairabedian deny Erik Seidel WSOP bracelet #9, while picking up his second WSOP gold bracelet. This was also the tournament that saw Phil Hellmuth reach an impressive career milestone, as he booked his 100th WSOP cash.

1. Roger Hairabedian €148,820

2. Erik Seidel €92,003

3. Kevin Song €67,118

4. Matan Krakow €49,784

5. Erwann Pecheux €37,502

6. Mike Watson €28,683

7. Max Greenwood €22,258

8. Ariel Silveira €17,521

9. Arnaud Peyroles €13,989

Event #6: €3,250 Mixed max PLO – 127 entries

In Event #6 Noah Schwartz finally broke through in a WSOP tournament after a number of close calls, triumphing over a very tough final table.

1. Noah Schwartz – €104,580

2. Ludovic Lacay – €64,600

3. Vitaly Lunkin – €34,500

4. Jyri Merivirta – €34,500

5. Jeremy Joseph – €21,000

6. Aku Joentausta – €21,000

7. Phil Laak – €16,000

8. Stephen Chidwick – €16,000

9. Matt Ashton – €10,500

*Results from the www.wsop.com website

 



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