EPT Deauville: Six remain in the FPS €2k HR

The delayed final table of the FPS €2k HR is picking up a decent crowd despite this late hour. They're separated into sections, so there's the Portuguese section for Rui Ferreira, the Polish section featuring Team PokerStars Pro Marcin Horecki and PokerStars sponsored-player Dominik Panka, the French section which is easily the largest and then a Russian section at the end. (Where are all the Deauville-based Kuwaitis though? Sauud Mnahi needs your support!)

Chip leader Vladimir Troyanovskiy suffered an early hit when he opened with A♣K♣ and quickly called Ferreira's all in shove for just over 750,000. The Portuguese player turned over A♠T♠ and managed to river a flush on a Q♠5♠9♥7♥2♠ board to survive. Ferreira continued his good fortune by knocking out Miguel Use (8th - €19,400) with K♠K♥ against A♣J♠ just a couple of hands later, moving himself into third place.


Miguel Use - 8th

Play took about an hour before another exit took place, Jean Montury spiking a set with 9♣9♦ against Cedric Massaro's K♥K♦ on a T♦6♠Q♣9♠7♦ board. Massaro received €24,780 for his 7th place finish. Troyanovskiy then won a sizeable pot from Marcin Wydrowski, the Polish player tanked for nearly seven minutes on the rier of a 7♣3♥4♣3♦6♥ board when the chip leader bet 865,000 into a pot of over a million at the end. Eventually he folded and the Russian tapped the table.

"What did you have?" asked Troyanovskiy.

"I folded a straight," replied Wydrowski.

Troyanovskiy showed him 6♦6♣ for a rivered full house.

Beyond, that it's been a fairly tight and tense affair and six players still remain after two levels with Troyanovskiy and Wydrowski remaining first and second in the chip counts.


The FPS €2k HR is underway

Elsewhere Dominik Nitsche was looking peeved, "Konstantin Puchkov just four-bet me for half his stack, I folded and he showed 3-2 offsuit...I couldn't call, I had ten-high!" Both are among the 77 players left in the €2k event that started today. There's €82,050 for first in this event with 27 places being paid a minimum of €3,710.

Meanwhile in the €300 Bounty, Max Pescatori was among those who made the final table while Ivan Soshnikov, David Vamplew, Hugo Lemair and Anton Wigg were all latecomers to the €1k PLO event. Finally, the €300 Turbo Deepstack got underway at 10pm and has so far gained over 200 runners including Steve Watts and Konstantinos Nanos.

Remember to check out all the side events results here.

Chris Hall
@PokerStars in European Poker Tour