Thursday October 18, 2018 at 6:07 am

The third bracelet was awarded at the King's Casino in RozVegas on Wednesday night. The TURBO event attracted 387 players. Mykhailo Gutyi picked off Florian Sarnow heads up to win Event #4 €1,100 NL Turbo Bounty Hunter, plus the bracelet and €61,299 in cash.

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That went quick. Another tournament in the books at the King's Casino in RozVegas. Another bracelet awarded to a lucky soul. The fourth event on the World Series of Poker Europe schedule was a special turbo-charged event that also featured a bounty hunter. Event #4 €1,100 NL Turbo Bounty Hunter appeal to 387 hopefuls. They generated a prize pool worth €371,326.

German Florian Sarnow held the big stack heading into the final table, but he was down 3 to 1 in chips when he got heads-up against Mykhailo Gutyi. It didn't take long before the Ukrainian finished off the German. Gutyi denied Sarnow a wire-to-wire turbo win.

A couple of Americans went deep including Dutch Boyd, Cord Garcia, and Roland Israelashvili.

With ten remaining in the hunt for the bracelet, Florian Sarnow was the big stack with 1.8 million. Only two other players had 1M or more in chips.

Bharath Janardhan bubbled the final table in tenth place.

The final table featured... Angelos Pettas, Luca Marchetti, Vangelis Kaimakamis, Andrey Ivley, Kale Halstead, Darko Stojanovic, Philipp Zukernik, and Mykhailo Gutyi.

Luca Marchetti missed a gutterball and Florian Sarnow's pocket Queens held up. Marchetti hit the bricks in ninth place. Shorty Andrey Ivlev said goodbye in eighth place. Short-stacked Philipp Zukernik got picked off in seventh place by Mykhailo Gutyi's Big Slick.

Kale Halstead made a final stand with pocket fives but lost to Gutyi's Queen-nine. The Aussie went out in sixth place. Darko Stojanovic made a final stand but Vangelis Kaimakamis called with pocket ochos. Kaimakamis flopped a set and Stojanovic bounced in fifth place.

Angelos Pettas ran into pocket fives and that's all she wrote for the Greek, who hit the rail in fourth place. Vangelis Kaimakamis was dunzo in third place, which set up the finale between Sarnow and Gutyi.

When heads-up began, Sarnow trailed 7.2M to 2.3M in chips. On the second hand, Sarnow doubled up and got back into contention. Alas, that was too little, too late.

Florian Sarnow got knocked out in second place and settled on a runner-up share worth €37,678. Mykhailo Gutyi from the Ukraine won the tournament, the bracelet and €61,299 in cash.

Notables who cashed in Event #4 Turbo Bounty Hunter included... Maria Lampropulos, Aaron Duczak, Martin Dietrich, Fabian Baldelli, Jimmy Bord, Casey Kastle, Rex Clinkscales, Asi Moshe, Jesper Hansen, and Renato Kaneoya.

WSOPE Event #4 €1,100 NL Turbo Bounty Hunter

Entrants: 387

Prize Pool: €371,326

Payouts: 59

 

Final Table Results:

1. Mykhailo Gutyi (Ukraine) €61,299

2. Florian Sarnow (Germany) €37,678

3. Vangelis Kaimakamis (Greece) €25,468

4. Angelos Pettas (Greece) €17,565

5. Darko Stojanovic (France) €12,367

6. Kale Halstead (Australia) €8,891

7. Philipp Zukernik (Czech Republic) €6,531

8. Andrey Ivlev(Russia) €4,904

9. Luca Marchetti (Italy) €3,765

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