Four more bracelets were up for grabs at the 2019 World Series of Poker Europe. The King's Casino in RozVegas hosted the latest European installment of the World Series of Poker. A half-dozen events are in the books. Four more events played down to a final table over the weekend. Four more bracelets were awarded. Siamak Tooran, Tomas Fara, Espen Sandvik, and Vangelis Kaimakamis became the newest batch of bracelet winners after they took down events at the King's Casino.
WSOPE Event #3 Mini Main Event attracted 766 runners and a prize pool worth €873,240 for the €1,350 buy-in event. Only the top 115 places paid out. Vangelis Kaimakamis from Greece picked off Israel's Shahar Levi heads-up for the bracelet and €167K in cash. The final table also included Jose Rivas, Markus Jordan,Didier Rabl, Andrew Bak, Luigi Macaluso, Leonid Yanovski, Gerardo Giammugnani.
Among the notables who went deep and cashed in WSOPE Event #3 Mini Main Event included... Chainsaw Kessler, Jeff Lisandro, Maria Lampropulos, Elky ,Robert Camppbell, Pierre Neuville, Sebastian Pauli, Adrian Mateos, Gudmundur Sigurjonsson, Manig Loesser, Mustafa Biz, and Viktor Blom.
WSOPE Event #5 €2,500 8-Game Mix attracted only 71 players. The top 11 places paid out. Joao Vieira bubbled the final table in seventh place. German pro Sebastian Pauli cashed in 8th place, followed by Kahle Burns (9th place), Didier Rabl (10th place), and Tomasz Gluszko (11th place).
The final table of the 8-Game Mix included Espen Sandvik, Ville Haavisto, Phil Hellmuth, Jeff Madsen, Thomer Pidun, and Jochen Kaiser. Madsen hit the bricks in fourth place, followed by the Poker Brat in third place. He went deep in another event, but failed to go the distance once again.
A total of 111 players took a shot in the Short Deck 25K High Roller affair. Only the top 17 places paid out. Among the notables who went deep in the Short Deck High Roller and cashed were Phil Ivey, Duc Tran, Leon Tsoukernik, Dario Sammartino, and Daniel Negreanu.
Rob Yong's run ended in sixth place, which cashed only €121K. Thai Ha lost heads-up against Germany's Siamak Tooran, who prevailed in the Short Deck High Roller to secure his first bling. He also won €741K in cash, or approximately$822,506.
2019 WSOP Europe - Event #6 €25,500 Short Deck High Roller NL
Prize Pool: €2,636,250
Final Table Results:
1. Siamak Tooran (Germany) €740,996
2. Thai Ha (USA) €457,964
3. Orpen Kisacikoglu (Turkey) €323,553
4. Netanel Amedi (Israel) €230,807
5. Besim Hot (Switzerland) €166,258
6. Rob Yong (UK) €120,946
7. Jonathan Depa (USA) €88,861