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  1. At the Irish Poker Open over the weekend, Andreas Gann (pictured) of Germany dished out the slowroll to end all slowrolls. Right or wrong, intentional or not, it was a slowroll, but it has certainly gained the attention of our community, so we wanted to highlight what happened. The full video is given at the bottom of this article. When you're done watching the five-minute hand, leave a comment and let us know what you think. Old school Irish player Donnacha O'Dea raised to 100,000 pre-flop with A-6 of clubs and Gann called 75,000 with K-Q of diamonds after about 45 seconds of deliberation, visibly looking nervous. The tournament was eight-handed at the time, with well over $200,000 going to the winner. The commentators on the Open's live stream even pointed out that Gann was up against the legendary O'Dea, so we can only imagine what was going through Gann's head. The flop came 6-A-8, all diamonds, and Gann checked. O'Dea put Gann all-in, but rather than insta-call with the nuts, Gann sat and thought, much to the ire of the announcers. Comments from them during his 60-second tank included: "If there's any justice, an ace is going to roll off on this river." "This is absolutely disgraceful. Donnacha O'Dea is from the old school. He's a legend and an absolute gentleman and this is horrific." "He deserves an ace here. I don't care. Ace or six. This is appalling behavior." "Any ace or any six will be cheered by the world." "That is just shameful. I cannot believe that." After deliberating for a minute, O'Dea (pictured) called and flipped over his hand, much to the dismay of his tablemates. O'Dea remained quiet and, as we could tell, didn't say a thing, while the rest of the table ripped into Gann, shaking their heads in disapproval and looking perplexed. As luck would have it, a six ripped off on the river to give O'Dea a winning full house, leading to a thunderous applause and cheers from the announcers. Gann seemed to take the beat in stride. One announcer heralded, "That's what you get. You go on a slowroll with the absolute, stone cold nut against a gentleman of Irish poker. That's what you deserve." Wow. We can't imagine Norman Chad or Lon McEachern dropping that kind of bombshell on ESPN. One of the stream's announcers later gave . There were also rumors that Gann had misread his hand, although he looked back on several occasions. PocketFiver Darryll DFishFish wrote a blog about the incident, calling the announcers' behavior "out of line." He shared his insight into what Gann might have been thinking: "You were completely present in the moment, unaware of time as it passed. Feeling a combination of nervous, anxious, and excited, the last thing on your mind was malicious intent. If someone told you that you did something wrong, you wouldn't begin to understand why. From your perspective, you played a hand, flopped the nuts, took a few moments to fully realize and enjoy what was happening, and got your money in the middle." Here's the video. What do you think?
  2. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak becomes more and more of a concern, the poker world, specifically the live poker world, is being affected. Several major tournaments and brands have canceled or postponed operations, and there will likely be more changes coming. One of the changes is the famed Irish Poker Open moving to be played online at partypoker. On March 10, the Irish Poker Open announced that the event would be postponed. Less than a week later, it was announced that partypoker and the Irish Poker Open had partnered to make the event still happen, only now it will take place online at partypoker and is scheduled for April 6-12, 2020. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] "Since our announcement last week regarding the postponement of Irish Open 2020, considerable efforts have been made to find an alternative date to run Irish Open 2020," said JP McCann of the Irish Poker Open. "However, as the uncertainty surrounding live poker events continues, we feel that the best decision to take at this point is to cancel the live festival for 2020. "We would like to thank partypoker for taking the initiative to help ensure Europe's oldest running poker festival goes ahead during these very challenging times. We hope to see you for the first time ever on the virtual tables for the 40th Anniversary of the Irish Open." Tom Waters, partypoker Managing Director, added: "We are delighted to be associated with Europe’s oldest Poker Festival. The Irish Open is a truly unique event and following the disappointment of its cancellation this year, an online Irish Open series looks a perfect fit for both event organizers and partypoker.” The Irish Poker Open features a €1 million guaranteed main event that will begin on April 6. The Irish Poker Open Main Event remains a multi-day tournament. The 2020 Irish Poker Open scheduled will have some revisions, but both sides said that the majority of the slate will remain intact. Full details on the schedule of the online version of the Irish Poker Open have yet to be released. When those are revealed, PocketFives will provide an update. The Irish Poker Open is the longest running poker tournament in Europe and the second longest running poker tournament in the world, behind only the World Series of Poker. It was first organized in 1980 by Terry Rogers and has been a staple of the poker calendar ever since. Past winners include Griffin Benger (2017), Neil Channing (2008), Joe Beevers (2003), Liam Flood (1996, 1990), and Noel Furlong (1989, 1987). In 2019, the Irish Poker Open €1,150 Main Event drew a field of 1,807 entries. Weijie Zheng topped all competitors to take home the €300,000 first-place prize.
  3. As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread around the globe, a number of poker events have been postponed or cancelled. This article will be updated regularly as tournament organizers make announcements. UPDATE 3/17/20: PokerStars announced today that EPT Sochi, originally scheduled to take place March 20-29, has been postponed. UPDATE 3/17/20: World Poker Tour CEO Adam Pliska issued a statement to announce the postponing of the WPT's three televised final tables set to play out March 31-April 2 at the HyperX Esports Arena in Las Vegas. The tentative plan is to finish these events in May with the WPT's second set of televised final tables. The three event final tables postponed are the WPT Gardens Poker Championship, the WPT Borgata Winter Poker Open, and the WPT L.A. Poker Classic. UPDATE 3/17/20: Playground Poker Club announced that the upcoming WPTDeepStacks Montreal tournament has been postponed. The event was originally scheduled for April 16-27. New dates will be made public once decided. UPDATE 3/16/20: The Irish Poker Open was previously postponed. On Monday, March 16, partypoker announced that have partnered with the Irish Poker Open to play the series online April 6-12. UPDATE 3/16/20: Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey, said that it will temporarily suspend operations by 8 p.m. ET on Monday, March 16. The 2020 Borgata Spring Poker Open, originally scheduled for April 7-24, is cancelled. UPDATE 3/16/20: The Venetian poker room released a statement on Monday that the poker room will operate with a maximum of three players per table. UPDATE 3/16/20: The Orleans poker room stated that all cash and tournament tables will have a maximum of five players, starting Monday, March 15. Included in the announcement was messaging that stated cash games will have reduced rake during this time. UPDATE 3/16/20: Following the closing of the Wynn poker room, the entire Wynn Las Vegas resort will close temporarily started Tuesday, March 17. MGM Resorts also announced it would be temporarily closing its Las Vegas casinos. UPDATE 3/16/20: Commerce Casino, located in Los Angeles and home to one of the largest card rooms in the world, closed on Saturday, March 14, and will remain closed until at least Sunday, March 29. UPDATE 3/15/20: The WSOP announced that the WSOP Circuit St. Maarten stop, scheduled for March 25-April 6, is postponed indefinitely. UPDATE 3/15/20: Wynn poker room in Las Vegas closed on Sunday, March 15, at 6 a.m. PT and will remain closed until further notice. Access to deposit boxes will be available Monday and Tuesday from 10 a.m. PT to 6 p.m. PT. Players have been asked to visit the casino cage at Encore for chip redemption. UPDATE 3/14/20: Starting Saturday, March 14, Bay 101 Casino in Northern California is temporarily suspending all casino operations, the company said in a statement. The plan is to close for at least three weeks until April 4. UPDATE 3/13/20: The World Series of Poker issued a bevy of announcements regarding its events. Live WSOP Circuit stops at Harrah's Atlantic City in New Jersey, King's Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, and the Bicycle Hotel & Casino in Los Angeles have been suspended, with expectations that the festivals and events will resume when appropriate. WSOP Circuit stops at Bally's Las Vegas, Harrah's Cherokee in North Carolina, and Casino Barriere Le Croisette in Cannes, France, have all been postponed, with new dates to be announced should they be established. In response to the changes, the WSOP announced a WSOP.com Online Super Circuit Series for March 14-31. The festival features 18 gold ring events and more than $1 million in prize pool guarantees. The 18 events are said to count for the Global Casino Championship leaderboard points standings. UPDATE 3/13/20: Jason Somerville's very popular Run It Up Reno scheduled to take place in April has been cancelled. In the company statement, Run It Up said that it looks forward to seeing players at the Run It Up Reno event scheduled for October 30-November 9 later this year. UPDATE 3/13/20: PokerStars announced updates for the Brazilian Series of Poker São Paulo and the PokerStars and Monte-Carlo Casino European Poker Tour events. Both of these events have been postponed. An update for EPT Sochi is said to come in the coming days following the company's review. UPDATE 3/13/20: The World Poker Tour has updated its groups of events that have been affected by COVID-19. The list of postponed events now includes WPT Venetian, WPT Barcelona, WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown, WPTDeepStacks Maryland, WPTDeepStacks Jacksonville, the WPTDeepStacks Championship at Thunder Valley, and the WPTDeepStacks European Championship. WPTDeepStacks Vietnam and WPTDeepStacks Amsterdam have been cancelled. UPDATE 3/13/20: The MSPT tournament scheduled to take place at Meskwaki Casino in Iowa from March 20-22 has been postponed. UPDATE 3/13/20: The WSOP Circuit event at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City has cancelled the rest of its events. "In the interest of protecting the health and well-being of players and staff, the decision was made to cancel the rest of the events for the series." The series was scheduled to run through March 16. UPDATE 3/13/20: King's Casino in Rozvadov, Czech Republic, announced today that the venue will be closed until further notice "in compliance with the Czech government-issued restrictions." At the time of the announcing, King's Casino was hosting a WSOP International Circuit series, originally scheduled to run through March 23. UPDATE 3/12/20: The Bicycle Hotel & Casino in Los Angeles has announced it is postponing the remainder of the WSOP Circuit series currently running at the venue and originally scheduled to take place through March 18. UPDATE 3/12/20: Thunder Valley announced that the WPTDeepStacks Championship, scheduled for March 19-April 7, has been postponed. UPDATE 3/12/20: WPT Venetian, a $5,000 buy-in event scheduled for March 13-17 with a $2 million guaranteed prize pool, has been postponed. UPDATE 3/12/20: Wynn Poker announced they will postpone the Wynn Spring Classic events scheduled for March 13-18. The suspension includes the series' $5,300 Championship. At the time of the announcement, the $1,100 No Limit Hold'em event was currently playing and is planned to complete its Day 2 on Friday, March 13. UPDATE 3/12/20: PokerCentral announced that the US Poker Open, which was set to run March 19-31 at the PokerGO studios at the ARIA Hotel in Las Vegas, has been indefinitely postponed. UPDATE 3/12/20: The RunGood Poker Series at Horseshoe Bossier City, originally scheduled for March 31 - April 5, was postponed with no date announced. UPDATE 3/12/20: The WPTDeepStacks Amsterdam event began as scheduled on March 12, only to have the host property, Holland Casino, cancel the event midway through the first day of play after Dutch officials barred large gatherings of people. On March 8, PokerStars announced that all European events on the calendar before April 10, 2020, have been postponed. This included three Road to PSPC events in Hamburg, Germany, La Grande Motte, France, and Madrid, Spain. The European Poker Tour event in Sochi, Russia, scheduled for March 20-29 will go ahead as planned, as will the Okada Manila Millions, and the Brazilian Series of Poker event in Sao Paulo. According to sources within the company, The Stars Group has also restricted all of its employees from traveling until further notice. [ptable zone=“888poker”][ptable zone=“Party Poker NJ”][ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”] On March 2, King’s Casino in Rozvadov, Czech has responded to the widespread outbreak in Italy by banning all players from that country until further notice. A WSOP Circuit event, with 15 Circuit rings up for grabs, is currently underway. "We have chosen to completely limit access in all areas of the casino, not even accepting hotel reservations, to all residents and coming from Italy indefinitely, cancelling from now all the events of March and April 2020 that target mainly target the audience mentioned above," a King's staff member wrote on the King's official Facebook page. On March 10, the WPT and partypoker LIVE have postponed the WPT event scheduled for March 22 - April 5 in Barcelona, Spain . The decision to postpone came just days after the two organizers announced the event would go on as planned without the €5,000,000 guarantee. Players who qualified online will be offered opportunities to use that seat for another event. That wasn't the first WPT event to feel the effect of concerns over the coronavirus. On February 17, the WPT Deepstacks event in Vietnam, originally scheduled for March 13 -22, was cancelled and WPT Taiwan, March 27-April 6, was postponed. Triton Poker has also been impacted. Back in early February, Triton announced the Jeju Super High Roller Series, which was scheduled for March 2-9, was postponed. On March 4, organizers made the decision to cancel the event altogether. On March 9, partypoker announced that players who have won seats into partypoker LIVE events will be afforded some flexibility and will be able to use their seat at a later date should they decide to not play. "I think we've got a responsibility to players and staff to not expect them to travel," said Rob Yong, partypoker partner and Dusk Till Dawn owner. "I know a lot of people's wives and families have said I prefer you not to go and we need to respect that." The Irish Poker Open, the second-longest running poker tournament in the world, was postponed on March 10 with no future date announced. Players who won their seat into the event via online or live satellites will have the seat honored for the future date. The World Series of Poker has yet to make an official statement in regards to the 2020 WSOP, but their verified Twitter account has replied to some people who have asked, "We are monitoring COVID-19 developments very carefully and have no plans to cancel WSOP at this time." Meanwhile, betting site PokerShares.com has posted odds on if the 2020 WSOP Main Event will be played out as scheduled. Originally opening with the No side as a +495 underdog, the line current line is the opposite, with Yes being a +235 underdog. Poker Tournaments Postponed Due to Coronavirus Irish Poker Open (April 6-12 online at partypoker) Road to PSPC Hamburg (Date TBD) Road to PSPC La Grande Motte (Date TBD) Road to PSPC Madrid (Date TBD) Winamax Poker Tour Grand Final (Date TBD) WPT Barcelona (Date TBD) RunGood Poker Series Horseshoe Bossier City (Date TBD) US Poker Open (Date TBD) Wynn Spring Classic (Date TBD) WPT Venetian (Date TBD) WPTDeepStacks Championship at Thunder Valley (Date TBD) WPTDeepStacks Maryland (Date TBD) WPTDeepStacks Jacksonville (Date TBD) WPTDeepStacks European Championship (Date TBD) WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown (Date TBD) BSOP São Paulo (Date TBD) PokerStars and Monte-Carlo Casino EPT (Date TBD) WSOP Circuit Harrah's AC (Date TBD) WSOP Circuit Bally's Las Vegas (Date TBD) WSOP International Circuit King's Resort (Date TBD) WSOP Circuit Bicycle Hotel & Casino (Date TBD) WSOP Circuit Harrah's Cherokee (Date TBD) WSOP International Circuit Casino Barriere Le Croisette (Date TBD) WSOP International Circuit St. Maarten (Date TBD) WPTDeepStacks Montreal (Date TBD) WPT TV final tables (Date TBD) EPT Sochi (Date TBD) Poker Tournaments Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Triton Super High Roller Series Jeju WPTDeepStacks Vietnam Golden Poker Million Marrakech Bounty Poker Tour 888poker LIVE Bucharest Netbet Open Craiova Unibet DeepStack Open Aix en Provence Norwegian Championships LEX LIVE 3 Barriere Poker Tour Ribeauvillé WPTDeepStacks Amsterdam Run It Up Reno X Borgata Spring Poker Open
  4. The Irish Poker Open kicked off online at partypoker on Monday, April 6, and the series ran through April 12. The series had 22 events, including the €1,100 Main Event. The Irish Poker Open Main Event drew 2,945 entries and it was Pablo Brito Silva finishing in first place for €462,100. Silva defeated Andras Nemeth in heads-up play to take the victory. After Silva took out Eduardo Silva in fourth place and Sihao Zhang in third place, he took the chip lead into the duel against Nemeth. The two battled for about an hour before Silva dealt the final blow. On the final hand, Silva opened to 1.6 million on the button with the blinds at 400,000-800,000 with a 100,000 ante. Nemeth called and then checked the [poker card="Jc"][poker card="8d"][poker card="4c"] flop. Silva bet 2.55 million and Nemeth called to see the [poker card="Td"] land on the turn. Nemeth checked and Silva fired 6.375 million. Nemeth check-raised to 25.941 million for all but a tiny handful of his chips and Silva put him all in. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="GG Poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"] Nemeth made the call with the [poker card="Jd"][poker card="Tc"] but he was behind the [poker card="9h"][poker card="7c"] for Silva. The river was the [poker card="3h"] and Silva won the pot to win the 2020 Irish Poker Open Main Event. [caption id="attachment_630042" align="aligncenter" width="1017"] Final hand of the 2020 Irish Poker Open Main Event[/caption] Less than two months ago, Silva has victorious in the partypoker MILLIONS South America Main Event for $1 million. Irish Poker Open Main Event Results €1,100 buy-in €1,000,000 guarantee 2,945 entries €2,945,000 prize pool Pablo Brito Silva - €462,100 Andras Nemeth - €325,423 Sihao Zhang - €210,723 Eduardo Silva - €139,004 Gerard Finlay - €96,302 Tom Middleton - €65,821 Parker Talbot - €45,648 Shaun Conroy - €29,097 Silva wasn’t the only big winner from the 2020 Irish Poker Open. The series featured several other events, including a few that turned out to be quite large competitions. Among the other winners was Ioannis Angelo-Konstas, who topped the field in Event #03: €500K Gtd [High Roller] to win €172,188.25. Angelo-Konstas topped Lukas Matthias Nowakowski after a deal that saw Nowakowski take home €168,180.26. Another high roller event, Event #08: €200K Gtd [High Roller], saw Joao Vieira take home the lion’s share of the prize pool by winning it for €70,809.20. In Event #13: €100K Gtd [Mini Irish Open], it was Florian Ptacnik against Joshua Mccully in the end. Ptacnik came out on top to win the €33,870.82 first-place prize. Mccully won €24,098.25 for his runner-up finish. Dean Hutchinson was triumphant in Event #16: €200K Gtd [JP Poker Masters] for €49,302.80, topping the 529-player field. Former WSOP Main Event final tablist Michiel Brummelhuis topped the field in Event #21: €50K Gtd [Liam Flood Memorial, 6-Max] to win €17,482.10. Full 2020 Irish Poker Open Results Event #01: €100K Gtd [NLH, 6-Max] €320 buy-in €100,000 guarantee 441 entries €132,300 prize pool Christopher Andler - €18,615.29 Qi Hu - €18,012.99 Daniel Koloszar - €15,780.34 Rodrigo Perez - €15,659.02 Alex Lindop - €6,879.60 Anton Yakuba - €4,365.90 Event #02: €30K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €30,000 guarantee 335 entries €50,250 prize pool Przemyslaw Piotrowski - €9,748.66 Tomas Paiva - €7,035 Alex Zeligman - €4,874.25 Granit Shabani - €3,492.37 Rihards Dobelis - €2,487.37 Sean Hopkin - €1,844.17 Stephen Woodhead - €1,281.37 Alfred Karlsson - €934.65 Event #03: €500K Gtd [High Roller] €5,200 buy-in €500,000 guarantee 179 entries €895,000 prize pool Ioannis Angelo-Konstas - €172,188.25 Lukas Matthias Nowakowski - €168,180.26 Thomas Muehloecker - €103,820 Akseli Paalanen - €74,285 Alexey Savenkov - €51,910 Lucas Reeves - €40,275 Jack Sinclair - €31,325 Dario Sammartino - €24,612.50 Event #04: €15K Gtd [PLO, Deepstack] €162 buy-in €15,000 guarantee 167 entries €25,050 prize pool Matthew Eardley - €6,239.14 Kevin Allen - €4,008 Luke Hallinan - €2,818.12 Chris Turnbull - €2,041.57 Kirill Dmitriev - €1,503 Brendan Naughton - €1,002 Event #05: €40K Gtd [Heads-Up] €320 buy-in €40,000 guarantee 175 entries €52,500 prize pool Gabor Szabo - €11,025 Frederic Max - €11,025 Audrius Stakelis - €4,200 Michael Sklenicka - €4,200 Yiannis Liperis - €1,837.50 Martijn Gerrits - €1,837.50 Dimitrios Kalaroutis - €1,837.50 Usman Ulhaq - €1,837.50 Event #06: €50K Gtd [Hendon Mob Championship] €265 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 379 entries €94,750 prize pool Sosia Jiang - €18,381.66 Morten Per Varbaek Mortensen - €9,190.75 Riccardo Ienco - €9,190.75 Aaron Spence - €6,585.12 Mike Lafable - €4,690.12 Robert Malvasi - €3,477.32 Kevin Javier - €2,416.12 Ian O’Hara - €1,762.35 Event #08: €200K Gtd [High Roller] €2,100 buy-in €200,000 guarantee 154 entries €308,000 prize pool Joao Vieira - €70,809.20 Simon Higgins - €50,820 Aaron Van Blarcum - €36,960 Wilhelm Isaak - €26,180 Elliot Smith - €18,480 Guntis Aleskins - €14,630 Juha Helppi - €11,642.40 Simon Mattson - €9,240 Event #09: €50K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 540 entries €81,000 prize pool Robert Malvasi - €15,098.40 Gianluca Speranza - €10,732.50 Joseph Van Sommeren - €7,314.30 Niklas Warlich - €5,062.50 Ognyan Dimov - €3,564 Guntis Aleskins - €2,575.80 Michael O’Sullivan - €1,854.90 Chen Chen - €1,328.40 Event #12: €20K Gtd [PLO, Deepstack] €162 buy-in €20,000 guarantee 221 entries €33,150 prize pool Mantas Bulotas - €7,790.34 Dave Jeanneau - €5,138.25 Eetu Porkka - €3,653.06 John Spillane - €2,668.57 Jeremy Eschen - €1,989 Kai-Are Ringstad - €1,326 Event #13: €100K Gtd [Mini Irish Open] €265 buy-in €100,000 guarantee 759 entries €189,750 prize pool Florian Ptacnik - €33,870.82 Joshua Mccully - €24,098.25 Michael Rodrigues - €16,185.67 Rodrigo Marques Camp - €10,967.55 Eetu Porkka - €7,741.80 Pedro Daniel Claus - €5,578.65 Juha Salminen - €3,984.75 Ian Modder - €2,770.35 Event #14: €15K Gtd [PLO, Deepstack] €162 buy-in €15,000 guarantee 195 entries €29,250 prize pool Erik Lemarquand - €7,285.24 Rishi Makkar - €4,680 Bengt Sonnert - €3,290.62 Carson Barton - €2,383.87 Grzegorz Pomersbach - €1,755 Joe Brindle - €1,170 Event #15: €30K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €30,000 guarantee 390 entries €58,500 prize pool Liz Seeley - €11,173.50 Elliott Peterman - €8,014.50 Brynjar Bjarkason - €5,499 Douglas Ferreira Souza - €3,861 Andrei Lazutochkin - €2,761.20 Arnaud Enselme - €2,012.40 Cathal Mullaney - €1,421.55 Kevin Duffy - €1,035.45 Event #16: €200K Gtd [JP Poker Masters] €530 buy-in €200,000 guarantee 529 entries €264,500 prize pool Dean Hutchinson - €49,302.80 Michael Kane - €35,046.25 Joshua Herman - €23,884.35 Andrej Tekel - €16,531.25 Adrian Apmann - €11638 Stewart Kirby - €8,411.10 Michael Wywrot - €6,057.05 Tomas Soderstrom - €4,337.80 Event #17: €50K Gtd [PLO, 6-Max] €320 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 529 entries €81,600 prize pool Sander Van Wesemael - €19,176.05 Paul Samuel Leckey - €12,648 Marco Oliveira - €8,992.15 Paul Hockin - €6,568.80 Tamer Kamel - €4,896 Christopher Frank - €3,264 Event #18: €50K Gtd [€25 Scalps, Bounty] €162 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 565 entries €85,880 prize pool Tim Vukson - €10,476.64 + €300 in bounties Douglas Ferreira Souza - €10,461.99 + €200 in bounties Stuart Guite - €7,134.84 + €200 in bounties John Priest - €4,938.28 + €75 in bounties Kristoffer Edberg - €3,476.55 + €175 in bounties Gonzalo Robles - €2,512.60 + €375 in bounties Sergey Chubinyn - €1,809.38 + €150 in bounties Mikael Andersson - €q,290.80 + €300 in bounties Event #20: €50K Gtd [PLO, 8-Max] €1,050 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 147 entries €147,000 prize pool Andreas Torbergsen - €33,795.30 Kamel Mokhammad - €24,255 Riku Santeri Piiroinen - €17,640 Christopher Wood - €12,495 Kristoffer Edberg - €8,820 Nikos Lampropoulos - €6,892.50 Alfred Karlsson - €5,556.60 Yuri Dzivielevski - €4,410 Event #21: €50K Gtd [Liam Flood Memorial, 6-Max] €265 buy-in €50,000 guarantee 448 entries €112,000 prize pool Michiel Brummelhuis - €17,482.10 Waheed Ashraf - €16,486.77 Niall McAree - €15,478.49 Thomas Haarstad - €8,176 Ranno Sootla - €5,824 Daria Krashennikova - €3,696 Event #22: €30K Gtd [Deepstack] €162 buy-in €30,000 guarantee 529 entries €79,350 prize pool Christopher Johnson - €14,791 Mark Muldoon - €10,513.87 Garrett Devine - €7,165.30 Andrey Ivlev - €4,959.37 Ilya Barkov - €3,491.40 Ioannis Angelo-Konstas - €2,523.33 Vitor Dzivielevski - €1,817.11 Feargus Murphy - €1,301.34
  5. Hosted by Lance Bradley and Donnie Peters, The Fives Poker Podcast runs each week and covers the latest poker news, preview upcoming events, and debate the hottest topics in poker. Download and listen in to another all-new episode of The FIVES Poker Podcast as Lance and Donnie dive into all of the latest news from the world of poker. This week, Phil Galfond completed his epic comeback bid in the first Galfond Challenge. Once down over €900,000 to his talented opponent 'VeniVidi1993', Galfond pulled ahead with just under 100 hands left to seal the deal and win the $100,000 side bet. Also, online poker history was made this week when the first-ever Irish Poker Open concluded just as the first-ever Poker Masters Online got started. Subscribe wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts and never miss an episode! Subscribe: Apple Podcasts * Google Podcasts * Stitcher

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