Tom Vogelsang Wins Opening Tournament of SHRS Europe; Can Ivey To find Again in Short Deck?

Tom Vogelsang

Tom Vogelsang defeated Laszlo Bujtas in heads-up play to preserve Tournament #1: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha and claim the $360,000 prime prize as effectively as the predominant title of the 2022 Natty Excessive Roller Series Europe (SHRS).

The SHRS has returned to Europe to the Merit Crystal Cove Resort and Casino in North Cyprus for 10 tournaments with steal-ins ranging from $25,000 to the $250,000 Natty Excessive Roller Bowl Predominant Tournament.

The Nederlander in the end took one down after a stop to-traipse away out within the $100,000 No-Limit Relief’em tournament all the perfect arrangement throughout the Triton Poker Special Model Series that preceded the SHRS Europe. Hungarian runner-up Butjas grabbed $240,000 for falling to Vogelsang in 2nd, whereas Rok Gostisa acquired $160,000 for third.

Raphael Schreiner, Ali Imsirovic, and Eelis Parssinen rounded out the stop-six paying spots, and Imsirovic added a few facets to his lead on the PokerGO Tour leaderboard with one other high curler raise out within the money.

SHRS Europe Tournament #1: $25,000 Pot-Limit Omaha Closing Table Results

Put Participant Nation Prize
1 Tom Vogelsang Netherlands $360,000
2 Laszlo Bujtas Hungary $240,000
3 Rok Gostisa Slovenia $160,000
4 Raphael Schreiner Austria $110,000
5 Ali Imsirovic Bosnia and Herzegovina $80,000
6 Eelis Parssinen Finland $50,000

With the preserve, Vogelsang jumped to fifth on the final SHRS Europe leaderboard, for the time being led by Phil Ivey. The general leaderboard will track the selection of PokerGo Tour facets earned all the perfect arrangement throughout the collection and the stop finisher will preserve the SHRS Championship and a $25,000 bonus.

SHRS Europe Championship Standings

Harmful Participant Nation Parts
1 Phil Ivey United States 1,039
2 Andras Nemeth Hungary 700
3 Winfred Yu Hong Kong 700
4 Elton Tsang Hong Kong 653
5 Tom Vogelsang Netherlands 616
6 Laszlo Bujtas Hungary 606
7 Ivan Leow Malaysia 537
8 Mike Watson Canada 528
9 Wai Kiat Lee United States 504
10 Teun Mulder Netherlands 450

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Tournament #2 Will get Underway

The $50,000 Short Deck tournament kicked off on the 2nd day of the collection and drew 42 entries to generate a prize pool of $2.1 million. Every of the returning gamers is guaranteed at the least $105,000, with the winner taking residence the prime prize of $756,000.

Mikita Badziakouski holds a commanding chip lead over the relaxation of the last desk, with more than double that of Jason Koon within the 2nd predicament. Koon is calling to raise out sturdy and circulation Ivey, who sits at the stop of the final SHRS leaderboard thanks to securing his fourth money of the collection within the Short Deck tournament.

Ivey is adopted by Wai Kiat Lee in fourth and Stephen Chidwick in fifth. Lun Loon rounds out the closing six gamers that will return on Saturday for his or her shot at the title.

SHRS Europe Tournament #2: $50,000 Short Deck Closing Table Seat Procedure

Seat Name Nation Chip Depend
1 Wai Kiat Lee Malaysia 1,215,000
2 Stephen Chidwick United Kingdom 1,110,000
3 Lun Loon Malaysia 515,000
4 Jason Koon United States 2,620,000
5 Mikita Badziakouski Belarus 5,660,000
6 Phil Ivey United States 1,480,000

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Where to Detect the Closing Table?

The last six gamers of Tournament #2 will return at 1 p.m. EEST on Saturday, April 9 and the last desk will air with David Tuchman and Brent Hanks doing the commentary on the PokerGO YouTube channel at 7 a.m ET and 4 a.m. PT.

*Photos courtesy of Merit Poker

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