2013 WSOP Europe: 7 Bracelet Events From Oct 11th To 25th

2013 WSOP Europe: 7 Bracelet Events From Oct 11th To 25thThe 2013 World Series of Poker Europe got underway on October 11th and over the next two weeks will feature 7 bracelet events, as well as dozens of side events. Back in 2007 the inaugural WSOPE was held in London, UK, before shifting over to Cannes in the south of France between 2011 and 2012. This year, however, the venue has moved to France’s capital city, Paris, where the Enghien-Les-Bains casino is hoping that being in the catchment area of around 12 million Parisians will help make the 2013 Main Event the biggest in European history.
Nevertheless, the €10,450 Main Event is not due to get underway until 19th October and in the meantime the first gold bracelet has already been awarded for Event #1: €1,100 Ladies Event. A total of 65 ladies entered the two-day tournament to create a prize pool worth €62,400, at the end of which Australia’s Jackie Glazier emerged triumphant, and collected €21,850 to go with her winners bracelet.
Commenting later on her victory, Jackie Glazier, said: “I just had this feeling I was going to win it. I said to my husband, ‘It is wrong not to have a bottle of champagne in the fridge ready to go. I’m going to go buy a bottle and put it in the fridge so it is ready when I win this bracelet.’ He was like, ’That’s ridiculous. It’s poker. You can’t think like that, you don’t know what is going to happen.’ I said, ’I know what is going to happen. This is going to happen.”
Meanwhile, the €5,300 Mix Max event has entered its second day of action with just 67 players remaining from the original 135 starting playing field. Amongst those notable names still in contention is Phil Ivey, as well as the likes of Phil Hellmuth, Chris Klodnicki, and Scott Clements.
In addition, Event #2: €1,100 No-Limit Hold’em Re-Entry has already reached its final table of nine, with the following still competing for a prestigious gold bracelet: Australia’s Daniel Laidlaw, USA’s Daniel Weinman, Spain’s Jose Obadia, Sweden’s Henrik Johansson, and Belarus’s Andrei Konopelko. Representing France at the final table is also Serge Ekert, Adriano Torre-Grossa, Yaniv Jacque Botbol, and Jean-Philippe Tuffery.
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