A hearty portion of tournament poker was also served at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov on Monday, when two more gold bracelets were handed out. WSOPE NLH Colossus was won by the Italian Ermanno Di Nicola with a reward of €200,000 and WSOPE 5K PLO was conquered by Wing Po Liu from Hong Kong for €230,000, the Jaroš-Anh Do duo lost in the final. Today’s 6-Max Final Day with Forman and Kolečkář!Photo: King’s Resort
WSOPE Colossus at King’s under Italian domination! Ermanno Di Nicola takes the bracelet, €200K and Main Event ticket
Three-day event #5 – WSOPE NLH Colossus promised a €500+50 buy-in guarantee of one and a half million euros. In the end, thanks to 3,436 (2453/983) entries, the prize pool was €1,632,100 and the first prize worth €200,000 was up for grabs Ermann Di Nicola.
In addition to a hefty reward and a golden bracelet, the Italian received a ticket to the WSOPE Main Event worth €10,350, intended for the top 14. Alain Deniz Saka from Poland although he survived several flips for tournament life in the final heads-up, his tenacious resistance was finally broken, leaving him to settle for second place and a €115,000 prize.
The Italian dominance on the final table was underlined by third Angelo Marrone (€87,000) and fourth Alessandro Predaroli (€66,000). The best Czech representative of the colossal tournament was the twentieth Radek Panoch (€7,400). We attach the results of the WSOPE NLH Colossus (TOP 10) in the table below.
WSOPE 2023 NLH Colossus – Results: TOP 10
|1||Ermanna||Di Nicola||Italy||€210,350 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|2||Alain Deniz||jacket||Poland||€ 125,350 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|3||Angelo||Marrone||Italy||€ 97,350 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|4||Alexander||They gave it away||Italy||€76,350 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|5||Tobias||Peters||Netherlands||€ 61,630 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|6||Julien Francis André||Loire||France||€ 49,150 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|7||Xhavit||Berisha||XXK||€ 40,350 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|8||Juuso Juhana Santeri||Luokkanen||Finland||€ 33,700 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|9||Dennis Christian||Magro||Germany||€ 28,625 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
|10||Gianluca||Gallo||Italy||€24,824 (including WSOPE ME ticket)|
Second bracelet for Hong Kong: WSOPE 5K PLO winner for €230K Wing Po Liu
Double Czech representation in yesterday Final Day of event #6 WSOPE 5K Pot Limit Omaha it did not end with significant success. The Omaha tournament with a buy-in of €4,750+250 and a guarantee of €500,000 counted 202 (119/83) entries, so a prize pool worth €911,525 was distributed among the players.
The second bracelet from the Omaha event of the ongoing WSOPE series at King’s Casino is going to Hong Kong. Wing Po Liu in addition to the most prestigious poker trophy, he also won €230,000 when he dealt with Omar Eljach from Sweden in heads-up.
Patrik Jaroš did not maintain the final lead. Another WSOPE success for Sweden’s Omar Eljach
Last year’s WSOPE Main Event champion added another great position, as a few days ago, in addition to winning event #2 WSOPE Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Max for €65,900, he also took fourth place in event #3 WSOPE Mini Main Event worth €103,350. Yesterday’s second place earned the Swede his biggest poker prize of €141,800 so far this year.
Despite the chip lead at the start of the final day, Patrik Jaroš remained in 28th place with a bonus of €7,875, and the promising 12th position was not maintained even by the second home fighter Anh Dowho received a reward of the same amount for the 31st place.
WSOPE 2023 5K Pot Limit Omaha – results: TOP 10 + CZ
|1||Wing Po||Liu||Hong Kong||€230,000|
|2||Omar Francisco||Elijah Huang||Sweden||€141,800|
|7||Wooram||Cho||Korea, Republic of||€28,100|
|10||Martin Daniel Mathias||Schamaun||Switzerland||€14,600|
Miroslav Forman and Jakub Kolečkář will play for the WSOPE bracelet in today’s NLH 6-Max final
Two-day wristband event #7 WSOPE NLH 6-Max guaranteed a €1,500+150 prize pool of €300,000 with a buy-in, but yesterday’s Day 1 recorded 495 (315/180) entries, and more than double €705,375 was collected for prizes.
A Czech pair is also among the 120 advancing. He will defend the promising 6th position today from 13:00 at the start of the final day with blinds 1.5K/3K/3K Miroslav Forman with 416,500 in chips, 81st is currently Jakub Kolečkář (101,000). Albanian Besmir Hodaj settled on the chip lead with a stack of 620,000.
WSOPE 2023 NLH 6-Max Final Day: TOP 10 + CZ
|4||Barny Matthew||Boatman||United Kingdom||455000|
|5||Ting Yi||Tsai||Taiwan, Province of China||425500|
|7||Frederick Paul Caspar||Thiemer||Germany||401000|