PARTYPOKER WPT PRAGUE (LIVE STREAM)

December 03-9 | Kings Casino at the Corinthia Hotel
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Congratulations to Marcin Wydrowski: WPT Prague Champion (€325,000)

08:44 PM, 12/09/12

Alexandr Lakhov Eliminated in 2nd Place (€213,775)

07:14 PM, 12/09/12

Bodo Sbrzesny Eliminated in 3rd Place (€137,470)

06:35 PM, 12/09/12

Wydrowski Doubles Through Sbrzesny

04:40 PM, 12/09/12

Tony Chang Eliminated in 4th Place (€101,800)

04:12 PM, 12/09/12

Michael Gagliano Eliminated in 5th Place (€76,315)

02:26 PM, 12/09/12

Alin Grasi Eliminated in 6th Place (€61,150)

01:16 PM, 12/09/12

WPT Prague Final Tablists

11:29 PM, 12/08/12

Bodo Sbzresny Leads the WPT Prague Final Table

09:38 PM, 12/08/12

Elio Fox Eliminated in 7th Place (€50,986)

08:39 PM, 12/08/12

Daniel Ospina Eliminated in 8th Place (€40,660)

07:58 PM, 12/08/12

Chang Doubles Through Fox

07:56 PM, 12/08/12

Huge Flip Between Chang and Lakhov

05:52 PM, 12/08/12

Konstantin Danilov Eliminated in 9th Place (€30,500)

05:15 PM, 12/08/12

Fabian Quoss Eliminated in 10th Place (€22,430)

05:11 PM, 12/08/12

Kevin MacPhee Eliminated in 11th Place (€22,430)

04:05 PM, 12/08/12

Jason Mercier Eliminated in 12th Place (€22,430)

03:56 PM, 12/08/12

Sergei Vasilyev Eliminated in 15th Place (€18,230)

03:27 PM, 12/08/12

Simon Ravnsbaek Eliminated in 16th Place (€15,560)

03:19 PM, 12/08/12

Dmitry Gromov Eliminated by Alin Grasu

03:13 PM, 12/08/12

Wojciech Lozowski Eliminated by Konstantin Danilov

02:38 PM, 12/08/12

Dermot Blain Doubles Through Elio Fox

01:29 PM, 12/08/12

Simon Ravnsbaek Doubles Up

01:14 PM, 12/08/12

The Chip Leader Tony Chang

01:04 PM, 12/08/12

Day 4 Seat Draw

01:50 AM, 12/08/12

Tony Chang Leads With 22 Players Remaining

01:29 AM, 12/08/12

Toby Lewis Eliminated by Frank Stumpf

11:30 PM, 12/07/12

Lucille Cailly Eliminated by Tony Chang

10:53 PM, 12/07/12

Jussi Nevanlinna Eliminated by Konstantin Danilov

09:50 PM, 12/07/12

Marco Lang Eliminated by Elio Fox

07:44 PM, 12/07/12

Manuel Bevand Eliminated by Alexander Lahkov

07:37 PM, 12/07/12

Hille is the Latest Gromov Victim

04:08 PM, 12/07/12

Morten Christensen is out

03:57 PM, 12/07/12

Bevand Doubles; Lang Playing Catch Up

03:44 PM, 12/07/12

Ben Hamnett Has Been Eliminated

02:52 PM, 12/07/12

Juha Helppi Eliminated by Bodo Sbrzesny

02:47 PM, 12/07/12

Amatos Gomila Eliminated by Kevin MacPhee

02:08 PM, 12/07/12

Introducing The Bubble Boy: Dimitry Grishin

01:49 PM, 12/07/12

Nicolas Levi Eliminated by Dmitry Gromov

01:37 PM, 12/07/12

€10k High Roller Re-Entry

01:02 PM, 12/07/12

The Scandies and the Americans Chasing Marco Lang

11:10 AM, 12/07/12

WPT Prague Day 3 Seat Draw

01:54 AM, 12/07/12

Lang Leads in Prague

01:22 AM, 12/07/12

Faraz Jaka Eliminated by Dmitry Gromov

12:11 AM, 12/07/12

Big Stacks

12:03 AM, 12/07/12

The Clock Stops For Timex

11:55 PM, 12/06/12

Jonathan Duhamel Eliminated by Alexander Lakhov

11:29 PM, 12/06/12

An Interview With Toby Lewis

11:22 PM, 12/06/12

Eames and Frankland Wondering What Went Wrong

11:17 PM, 12/06/12

Dermot Blain is on Fire!

10:10 PM, 12/06/12

Hille Doubles Through Duhamel

09:55 PM, 12/06/12

A Big Double Up For Dermot Blain

09:47 PM, 12/06/12

Leo Margets Eliminated by Matej Kokalj

09:25 PM, 12/06/12

Stanislav Barshak Eliminated by Marco Lang

06:24 PM, 12/06/12

Mohsin Charania Eliminated by Pavel Kellner

05:40 PM, 12/06/12

Ospina Hands Lang The Chip Lead on a Plate

05:26 PM, 12/06/12

Thor Hansen Eliminated by Shannon Shorr

05:16 PM, 12/06/12

A Quick Chat With Eugene Katchalov

05:02 PM, 12/06/12

Steve O'Dwyer Eliminated by Tibor Nagygyorgy

04:55 PM, 12/06/12

Sbrzesny Doubles Through O'Dwyer

03:54 PM, 12/06/12

Konstantin Danilov Eliminates Paul Volpe And Takes The Chip Lead

03:48 PM, 12/06/12

Bertrand Grospellier Eliminated by Mikhail Mazunin

02:35 PM, 12/06/12

No More Scott

02:11 PM, 12/06/12

Sean Jazayeri Eliminated by Sergei Barbarez

02:05 PM, 12/06/12

Rinat Bogdanov Eliminated by Stanislav Barshak

01:49 PM, 12/06/12

Gaelle Baumann Eliminated by Todd Terry

01:35 PM, 12/06/12

Ana Marquez Eliminated by Brian Lemke

01:32 PM, 12/06/12

Welcome to Day Two of PartyPoker WPT Prague

11:07 AM, 12/06/12

Day Two Seat Draw

03:41 AM, 12/06/12

Yannick Bonnet Snatches The Chip Lead At The Death

01:58 AM, 12/06/12

Roberto Romanello Eliminated by Prezemyslaw Piotrowski

12:12 AM, 12/06/12

The Depth Charge by Timex

12:06 AM, 12/06/12

Guillaume Darcourt Eliminated by Leo Margets

11:37 PM, 12/05/12

Kitai & Konstantinov Eliminated by Narboni

11:28 PM, 12/05/12

Daniel Ospina Takes The lead

11:17 PM, 12/05/12

Matthew Waxman Eliminated by Christian De Leon

08:25 PM, 12/05/12

MacPhee Eliminates Two

06:23 PM, 12/05/12

Dan Smith Crippled

05:37 PM, 12/05/12

Andreas Wagner Doubles Through Mike McDonald

05:33 PM, 12/05/12

Introducing Dan Smith

05:27 PM, 12/05/12

Giovanni Rizzo is Out

04:23 PM, 12/05/12

WPT Prague Registration Has Been Extended

04:12 PM, 12/05/12

The Legendary Thor Hansen

03:36 PM, 12/05/12

Darcourt Damaged: Set Over Set

01:52 PM, 12/05/12

Mikhail Mazunin Leads Day WPT Prague

12:58 AM, 12/05/12

Bertrand Grospellier Eliminated by Erik Olofsson

11:56 PM, 12/04/12

Mikhail Mazunin Retakes The Lead

11:53 PM, 12/04/12

Liv Boeree Eliminated by Tibor Nagygyorgy

10:10 PM, 12/04/12

Leonid Bilokur Doubles Up; Danilov Eliminated

09:36 PM, 12/04/12

Lucille Cailly Has Been Eliminated

09:24 PM, 12/04/12

Piotr Franczak Eliminated by Celine Bastian

09:20 PM, 12/04/12

Olivier Busquet Eliminated by Jonathan Roy

07:58 PM, 12/04/12

Matthew Waxman Eliminated by Zoltan Szabo

07:53 PM, 12/04/12

Kevin MacPhee Eliminated by Jan Ramik

07:06 PM, 12/04/12

Morten Christensen is out

06:59 PM, 12/04/12

Marko Neumann Eliminated by Dennis Drobyna

05:38 PM, 12/04/12

Baumann Bombs

05:30 PM, 12/04/12

Davidi Kitai Eliminated by Konstantin Danilov

05:21 PM, 12/04/12

Giacomo Fundaro Eliminated by Ryan Franklin

04:55 PM, 12/04/12

A Chat With WPT Champions Club Member Sean Jazayeri

04:54 PM, 12/04/12

Jonathan Duhamel Means Business

04:42 PM, 12/04/12

Davidi Kitai Telling Why He is Wearing a Rams Hat?

03:39 PM, 12/04/12

Ilan Boujenah Eliminated by Piotr Franczak

02:13 PM, 12/04/12

Day 1A Chip Counts

02:11 AM, 12/04/12

Pasi Heinanen Catches Shannon Shorr to Lead WPT Prague Day 1A

01:04 AM, 12/04/12

Ana Marquez Has Been Eliminated

11:47 PM, 12/03/12

A Chat With SirWatts

11:36 PM, 12/03/12

Matt Waxman is Out in a Three Way Pile Up

11:07 PM, 12/03/12

Faraz Jaka Has Been Eliminated

10:13 PM, 12/03/12

Sean Jazayeri Eliminated by Dmitry Buchin

10:09 PM, 12/03/12

Bryn Kenney is Eliminated; Shannon Soars

07:58 PM, 12/03/12

Keven Stammen Eliminated by Martin Gaudig

07:57 PM, 12/03/12

Jonathan Duhamel Eliminated by Jan Kropacek

07:36 PM, 12/03/12

A Quick Chat With Faraz Jaka

04:05 PM, 12/03/12

Discussing European Excursions With Ben Hamnett

03:53 PM, 12/03/12

Nicolas levi Has Been Eliminated by Roman Kolenev

03:47 PM, 12/03/12

Re-Entry Information & Amazing Free Roll Opportunity

01:44 PM, 12/03/12

Live Tournament Updates

Congratulations to Marcin Wydrowski: WPT Prague Champion (€325,000)

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

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The WPT Champions Club trophy is going to have a new country engraved on it, because Marcin Wydrowksi is the PartyPoker World Poker Tour (WPT) Prague Champion, the first-ever champion from Poland.

Wydrowski topped a field containing 567-players to take the first prize of €325,000, a prize that also contains a $25,000 seat in the WPT Championships in the Bellagio, and membership to the WPT Champions Club fraternity.

Here is the recap of the final day of a great contest.

The day started with just 15-minutes remaining of Level 25. Short and sweet, but it still gave us more than enough time to lose our first player. Romania's Alin Grasu opened to 75,000 on the button and Tony Chang defended his big blind. The pair were soon staring at a flop of Qclub 7spade 7diamond and Chang check-called a 130,000 Grasu bet. Fourth Street brought the 4heart out of the deck and Grasu moved all-in once checked to. Chang called instantly, and why not? He was holding Jclub 7club for trips and Grasu held [Ad Qdiamond for top two pair. The 2heart on the river finished of proceedings and Grasu was out in sixth place.

Alin Grasu

Level 26 saw the exit of Michael Gagliano in fifth place. It was a cruel way to go for Gagliano, who hadn't put a foot wrong, all tournament. Tony Chang opened to 90,000 in first position, Michael Gagliano three-bet to 225,000 in the cutoff and the chip leader Bodo Sbrzesny four-bet to 475,000 on the button. Chang folded, Gagliano moved all-in and Sbrzesny called. It was pocket aces for Gagliano, pocket queens for Sbrzesny and the American was odds on favourite for a double up. The pair waited patiently for the flop and the Qdiamond appeared to send Gagliano to the rail. Sbrzesny became the monster chip leader.

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Tony Chang was the next person out of the door. The Macau regular was bleeding chips by the time he bumped into Alexander Lakhov. It was a single raised flop of 6spade 5spade 3spade when Chang open shoved for around a million chips, holding nothing but a gut shot and a prayer (kclub 2club). Lakhov made the call with two pair - 5heart 3heart - and Chang was out.

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With three players remaining, all of the smart money was on Bodo Sbrzesny to be the next WPT Champion, but then it all went horribly wrong for the PartyPoker Team Pro. Sbrzesny six-bet jammed with Kdiamond Qspade only to be called by Marcin Wydrowski and pocket kings. The kings held strong and Sbrzesny became the short stack, while Wydrowski became the new chip leader.

Sbrzesny never really recovered from that hand and was eliminated in third place. Marcin Wydrowski opened from the small blind and then called a shove from Sbrzesny in the big. It was a flip with Wydrowski holding Adiamond Jdiamond and Sbrzesny holding pocket sixes, an ace on the river sending the German out in third place to set up a heads up encounter between Wydrowski and Lakhov.

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It was 12.8 million for Wydrowski and 4.2 million for Lakhov. The match-up didn't last long before the pair got it in. It was pocket sevens for Wydrowski and 7spade 6spade for Lakhov. The sevens held and Wydrowski's hand was held aloft in triumph.

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Sorted In: Featured Blog, Marcin Wydrowski, Bodo Sbrzesny, Tony Chang, Michael Gagliano, Alin Grasu, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
08:44 PM, 12/09/12

Alexandr Lakhov Eliminated in 2nd Place (€213,775)

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

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Lakhov opens the button, Wydrowski three-bets to 500,000 and Lakhov is under pressure. He fiddles with his chips for a little while before folding his arms and murmuring what seems like all-in. The dealer asks him to confirm what he has just said and he does say, "All-In."

Wydrowski picks his cards up high into the air and we can see he has pocket sevens. He flicks them with his finger and makes the call.

Showdown

Wydrowski: 7club 7diamond
Lakhov: 7spade 6spade

Lakhov is in serious trouble. The flop is Jdiamond 8diamond 5club and as usual we have a sweat as Lakhov flops an open ender. The turn is the Kspade and finally the river Kdiamond brings cheers of BRAVO hailing down from the rail. Wydrowski shakes the hand of his opponent and then hugs his girlfriend on the rail.

Commiserations to Alexander Lakhov who finishes in second place.

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Alexandr Lakhov, Marcin Wydrowski, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
07:14 PM, 12/09/12

Wydrowski With a Three Bet Pot

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Lakhov opens the button, Wydrowski three-bets to 475,000 and Lakhov makes a quick call.

Flop: Kdiamond Jheart 5club

Wydrowski checks, Lakhov checks and we move to the turn.

Turn: 6spade

Wydrowski bets 375,000 and Lakhov mucks his hand.

Sorted In: Marcin Wydrowski, Alexandr Lakhov, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
07:06 PM, 12/09/12

A Nice Call on the Turn by Wydrowski

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Wydrowski opens the button and Lakhov calls.

Flop: 5club 5spade 2club

Lakhov checks, Wydrowski bets 175,000, Lakhov check-raises to 500,000, Wydrowski checks his cards - and calls.

Turn: 8diamond

Lakhov bets 600,000, and it's a very quick motion. Wydrowski calls and Lakhov checks in the dark.

River: Tclub

Wydrowski also checks and we have a showdown. Lakhov shows Kdiamond 2diamond and Wydrowski is one step ahead with pocket treys.

Lakhov ~ 3.7 million
Wydrowski ~ 13.3 million

Sorted In: Marcin Wydrowski, Alexandr Lakhov, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
07:02 PM, 12/09/12

Wydrowski Breaks The Cycle

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Wydrowski opens the button and Lakhov calls.

Flop: Aspade Qheart 4diamond

Lakhov checks and Wydrowski checks.

Turn: 2heart

A Wydrowski bet takes the pot.

Sorted In: Marcin Wydrowski, Alexandr Lakhov, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
06:56 PM, 12/09/12

Another Pot For Lakhov

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Lakhov opens the button and Wydrowski calls.

Flop: Aspade Adiamond Theart

Both players check.

Turn: Tclub

Both players check.

River: Kspade

Wydrowski checks, Lakhov bets 200,000 and takes down the pot.

Sorted In: Marcin Wydrowski, Alexandr Lakhov, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
06:54 PM, 12/09/12

Two Pair for Lakhov

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Wydrowski opens the button and Lakhov calls.

Flop: Jspade 8spade 8club

Lakhov checks, Wydrowski bets 175,000 and Lakhov calls.

Turn: 6diamond

Lakhov now leads. He bets 225,000 and Wydrowski calls.

River: 2club

Lakhov bets 300,000, Wydrowski calls and folds when he sees the Jheart 9spade of Lakhov.

Sorted In: Marcin Wydrowski, Alexandr Lakhov, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
06:52 PM, 12/09/12

The First Three Hands

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Wydrowski opens the button and Lakhov calls. The flop is Kspade 9diamond [3diamond, Lakhov checks and Wydrowski bets 175,000 to win the pot.

Lakhov opens the button and Wydrowski folds.

Wydrowski opens the button and Lakhov calls.

Flop: 8spade 5spade 4club

Both players check.

Turn: 2spade

Lakhov bets 250,000 and Wydrowski folds.

Sorted In: Marcin Wydrowski, Alexandr Lakhov, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
06:47 PM, 12/09/12

Heads Up: Marcin Wydrowski v Alexandr Lakhov

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

Marcin Wydrowski ~ 12,805,000
Alexandr Lakhov ~ 4,200,000

Sorted In: Season XI, Corinthia Casino
06:37 PM, 12/09/12

Bodo Sbrzesny Eliminated in 3rd Place (€137,470)

Level 30: 50,000-100,000, 10,000 ante

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Marcin Wydrowski opens from the small blind, Bodo Sbrzesny moves all-in from the big blind and Wydrowski calls.

Showdown

Wydrowski: Adiamond Jdiamond
Sbrzesny: 6diamond 6heart

The flop is safe for Sbrzesny - 9spade 3diamond 3club, the 7diamond on the turn spices things up a bit before the Aclub acts as the final nail in the Sbrzesny WPT Prague coffin. It's been a great run for the German but he is out in third place.

Wydrowski ~ 12,000,000

Sorted In: Featured Blog, Bodo Sbrzesny, Marcin Wydrowski, Season XI, Corinthia Casino
06:35 PM, 12/09/12

 

RANKING

1
Marcin Wydrowski
$423,957
2
Alexandr Lahkov
$278,866
3
Bodo Sbrzesny
$179,246
4
Tony Chang
$132,736
5
Michael Gagliano
$99,506
6
Alin Grasu
$79,723

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Payout Structure

Place Prize
1 $423,957
2 $278,866
3 $179,246
4 $132,736
5 $99,506
6 $79,723
7 $66,472
8 $53,009
9 $39,764
10 - 12 $29,243
13 - 15 $23,758
16 - 18 $20,396
19 - 21 $17,874
22 - 24 $15,978
25 - 27 $14,087
28 - 36 $12,197
37 - 45 $10,503
46 - 54 $9,043
55 - 63 $7,570
64 - 72 $6,515

Blind Structure

Level Blinds Ante
1 50-100 0
2 75-150 0
3 100-200 0
4 100-200 25
5 150-300 25
6 200-400 50
7 250-500 50
8 300-600 75
9 400-800 100
10 500-1,000 100
11 600-1,200 200
12 800-1,600 200
13 1,000-2,000 300
14 1,200-2,400 400
15 1,500-3,000 500
16 2,000-4,000 500
17 2,500-5,000 500
18 3,000-6,000 1,000
19 4,000-8,000 1,000
20 5,000-10,000 1,000
21 6,000-12,000 2,000
22 8,000-16,000 2,000
23 10,000-20,000 3,000
24 12,000-24,000 4,000
25 15,000-30,000 5,000
26 20,000-40,000 5,000
26 25,000-50,000 5,000
27 25,000-50,000 5,000
28 30,000-60,000 10,000
29 40,000-80,000 10,000
30 50,000-100,000 10,000
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