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Ab Uhr gibt es heute auf dem Twitch-Channel von PokerStars die Übertragung vom Finale des Main Events der EPT-Prag. Der Israeli Gaby EPT. Das € No Limit Hold'em Main Event der PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Prag ist entschieden. Der Titel ging an Mikalai Pobal. Die EPT Prag im Dezember sollte die letzte Austragung der European Poker Tour sein. fanden die von PokerStars veranstalteten Turniere unter den. Er ist der erste Mann, der jetzt zwei Siege bei EPT-Main-Events aufweist. Anzeige. Die European Poker Tour in Prag ist mit einem historischen. Ein letztes Mal gibt es heute den Livestream vom € No Limit Hold'em Main Event der PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Prag. Das € No Limit Hold'em Main Event der PokerStars European Poker Tour (EPT) Prag ist entschieden. Der Titel ging an Mikalai Pobal. Die EPT Prag im Dezember sollte die letzte Austragung der European Poker Tour sein. fanden die von PokerStars veranstalteten Turniere unter den. 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. On the next hand Branco called in the big blind after Paul Michaelis raised to Sky 18+ Freischalten, on the button. Back to Branco, he checked his cards again and then moved all-in, chasing Levinskas away. A reminder -- levels are now 45 minutes long. The flop camePobal check-called the Neo Game, continuation-bet of Szecsi with two pair.
The flop came to not help Szecsi and keep Pobal ahead. The turn was the which didn't change much except for a possibility to split the pot.
Pobal walked to his rail to celebrate and then to Szecsi for a quick hug while they congratulated each other on their results.
Tags: Mikalai Pobal Norbert Szecsi. Mikalai Pobal raised to , on the button with and Norbert Szecsi defended with. The flop came , they both checked to the on the turn which paired up with the four of Pobal.
Szecsi bet , and Pobal called. The river completed the board with the , Szecsi quickly checked and so did Pobal for another pot for Pobal.
Norbert Szecsi raised to , from the button with and Mikalai Pobal defended with. The flop came , Pobal check-called the , continuation-bet of Szecsi.
The turn brought them the to bring a straight to Pobal while Szecsi picked up the gutshot. Pobal bet 1,, and Szecsi folded after checking his cards once more.
Mikalai Pobal raised to , from the button with and Norbert Szecsi defended with. The flop came for both players to pick up the same gutshot to a straight.
Szecsi check-called the , continuation-bet of Pobal. They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river.
Szecsi checked for the last time and Pobal bet , Szecsi folded the best hand. The flop came , Pobal check-called the , continuation-bet of Szecsi with two pair.
The turn was the , Pobal checked again and this time Szecsi bet 1,, with the gutshot. Pobal made the call.
The river completed the board with the to keep Pobal ahead who checked for the last time. Szecsi looked at the board and bet 5,, which Pobal snap-called.
The flop came for both of them to hit a pair. Pobal check-raised the , bet of Szecsi to , to get the fold. Pobal now raised to , on the button with and Szecsi defended with.
The flop came , they both checked to the on the turn. Szecsi checked again and Pobal fired a bet of , into the pot which was called.
The river completed the board with the to keep Pobal ahead with the straight. Szecsi used a time bank card and then made the call to see he had to pay up.
After returning to their seats, Norbert Szecsi and Mikalai Pobal discussed a potential deal for a few minutes but couldn't come to any agreement.
Szecsi wanted more than the ICM deal offered and Pobal declined that, as such the action commences without any deal in place. 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 There was a lengthy, tense hand to end Level 31, lasting three minutes into the first break of the day.
It began with Alexandr Merzhvinskii limping in from the button, Carlos Branco also limping from the small blind, and Laurynas Levinskas checking from the big blind.
Merzhvinskii used a time bank card, then raised to 3 million, leaving himself only about , behind. Branco then tanked for three time bank cards' worth before finally letting his hand go.
They both checked to Levinskas, who bet , Kobylinskiy called and Merzhvinskii folded. Levinskas tumbles to about 3. Artem Kobylinskiy opened for , in the cutoff and picked up the pot without opposition.
He opened for , under the gun on the next hand and folded when Alexandr Merzhvinskii made it , to go in the big blind. Then Kobylinskiy got a walk in his big blind on the following hand.
Laurynas Levinskas entered the scene on the next hand with a raise to , Paul Michaelis got loud for 1. There might be a wave of mutilation around the corner but for now the players continue to gouge away.
The first was just a raise-and-take, while the second started with Carlos Branco raising to , from the cutoff and Michaelis defending from the big blind.
Branco bet ,, but when Michaelis put out a big check-raise Branco backed off. The next hand saw Michaelis in the small blind again calling a preflop raise, this time from Artem Kobylinskiy who raised to , from the button.
Michaelis is at Branco opened for , under the gun and saw Laurynas Levinskas raise to 1. Back to Branco, he checked his cards again and then moved all-in, chasing Levinskas away.
On the next hand Branco called in the big blind after Paul Michaelis raised to , on the button. The last orbit was mostly quiet at the five-handed table, aside from a bit of noise at the start.
Carlos Branco four-bet shoved again, once more over a Laurynas Levinskas three-bet, and Levinskas once again let his hand go right away.
Branco is up to 5. Levinskas tried again the next hand and won it with a pre-flop open. Then Paul Michaelis won a small one off Branco with a pre-flop raise and continuation bet.
That was followed with Artem Kobylinskiy and Michaelis both winning raise-and-take hands. Laurynas Levinskas opened for , under the gun and Alexandr Merzhvinskii called in the big blind.
Perhaps sensing an opening, Merzhvinskii led for , Levinskas thought for about 20 seconds and then raised to 1. Merzhvinskii decided he didn't want any of that and folded, leaving himself 4.
On the next hand Carlos Branco opened for , on the button and Artem Kobylinskiy called in the big blind.
The Portuguese player Carlos Branco has been the most active so far today behind chip leader Paul Michaelis. And his most frequent action has been the all-in preflop push.
Just now Branco opened then watched Laurynas Levinskas three-bet to , from the next seat over. When action folded back to Branco he reraised all in again, and Levinskas stepped aside.
With all this shoving, somebody was bound to leave soon. That somebody turned out to be Parker Talbot. Talbot opened the action with an all-in bet on the button.
Laurynas Levinskas asked for a count -- Talbot's bet was 2. Talbot rechecked his cards, then took a stab for , and after a short think Michaelis called.
Michaelis is up around 13 million now, while Talbot is currently sixth of six with 2. Carlos Branco is doing everything he can to pick up chips right now -- and the rest of the table is reluctant to play into his plans.
In a four-hand span he open-shoved in the hijack seat with no callers, opened for , under the gun with no callers, and moved in from the small blind over the top of an Alexandr Merzhvinskii button raise -- again without a call.
It's not a situation that can persist forever, but there's no telling how long it can go on, either. It's a new level, and it started with Artem Kobylinskiy trying to limp in from the small blind, but Paul Michaelis wasn't having it, raising from the big blind to , Kobylinskiy checked, Michaelis bet ,, and Kobylinskiy called.
Michaelis kept pressuring, betting 1. Michaelis adds more to his lead and now has The consistently pressuring Paul Michaelis won a couple of hands pre-flop just now, the first by three-betting over an Artem Kobylinskiy open and the second with just a single raise himself.
The next hand saw Carlos Branco open-raise all in from the button, but he got no customers. Branco is still on about 2.
The action is low-key here in the early going. Four hands resulted in just one flop and nothing past that. Alexandr Merzhvinskii opened on his button and got no callers.
Laurynas Levinskas took down the blinds with a button raise on the next hand. And then Paul Michaelis limp-folded from the small blind after Parker Talbot made it , to go from the big.
There was action on the very first hand today, with the chip leader Paul Michaelis and the shortest stack Carlos Branco battling to the river in the opening hand.
Branco checked, then called Michaelis's continuation bet to , Branco checked a third time, Michaelis dug out a bet of ,, and this time Branco folded.
Michaelis chips up further to about All six of the final table players are present and correct. They are now having their photo taken before we'll get started in a few minutes.
Stand by. And so it comes to this. And that's today. We'll be focusing on the Main Event right here, and the High Roller over there, so let's whet your appetite for the day ahead.
From a starting field of 1, including re-entries , only six players now remain. They represent six different countries with Germany's Paul Michaelis leading the pack.
Germany has a fine record on the EPT, having crowned 14 champions, but none have lifted the title since Hossein Ensan did so in this room in , so they are overdue.
They each have 40 big blinds or more, so will consider themselves well and truly alive. The last of the top six, Canada's Parker Talbot, and Carlos Branco of Portugal, have 31 and 26 big blinds, respectively.
But we have all seen short stacks rise to the summit, so it is far from over for anybody. Play starts at noon, with a few minutes left of Level The mathematics suggests we should get down to heads up within about four levels, so we could well be done before about 9pm.
They will reduce the length of the levels from 90 minutes to 45 minutes when three players remain. And what's in it for the players? Here's the list of players already going.
One of today's final six will be joining them. Here's the full payout schedule for today:. Available for IOS and Android.
Paul Michaelis celebrates with his supporters. Paul Michaelis: A satisfying victory. Paul Michaelis: Still a massive leader.
Artem Kobylinskiy: Gradually chipping back. Big leader as the heads up battle begins. Alexandr Merzhvinskii breathes his last.
Alexandr Merzhvinskii: Third place finisher. It's all about the trophy and the million euro. Paul Michaelis: Past 20 million. Artem Kobylinskiy: Eights good.
Deal reached in Prague. Alexandr Merzhvinskii: Two wins. Paul Michaelis surges ahead. Laurynas Levinskas: Heading home in fourth.Nichlas 1xbet.Com Filme. Sam Greenwood. Dan Smith. Victoria Coren Mitchell. Chance Kornuth. Daniel Colman. William Reynolds.