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Poker Online - Holdem Romania Holdem. Se pun in joc 10 bratari de aur Pokerstars prezinta in premiera jocul de poker in realitate virtuala Romani pe Stars: A fost saptamana lui Narcis Nedelcu: On top of the money and the trophy, Racolta also receives a package for the Crazy 8s tournament at the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and will be heading to Sin City this summer.

By then, start-of-the-day chip leader Stefan Fabian was already on the rail after departing in 9th place. The pokerLIVE tour headed to the capital of Bucharest for the first time and the festival was co-hosted by Pokerfest.

Only players returned for Day 2 and the money bubble burst in the fourth level of the penultimate day. When action resumed on the final two tables with 11 players remaining, Andrei Alecu was the shortest stack and he never managed to spin up his stack. The first hand he actively got involved in, Alecu's ace-five suited had a kicker problem against the ace-nine of Marian Strachinescu and he became the first casualty.

Ferenc Csaba Pal was next to follow after being involved in a lot of hands and Krzysztof Chmielowski entered the official nine-handed final table as the chip leader.

Chmielowski's lead grew exponentially bigger when he won a big flip with ace-king against the pocket jacks of Stefan Fabian and the poker online qualifier pulled away further at the top of the counts. Radu Pitic fell victim to his hot run when ending up second best with pocket fours versus king-ten and same applied for Bogdan Diaconu with ace-eight versus king-eight suited. Madalin Cornel Petraru three-bet all in with ace-queen suited and Andrei Racolta snap-called with pocket kings to reduce the field to the last five hopefuls.

Racolta also ended Catalin Pop 's bid for a third pokerLIVE trophy when his ace-ten held up against the ace-eight of his fellow countryman. Soon after, Racolta pulled into the lead when he rivered the nut straight and poker online qualifier Sinisa Radovanovic made a move with ace-eight for second pair on a nine-high board. Marian Strachinescu lost a flip with pocket tens against the ace-king of Andrei Racolta , who immediately flopped two kings and took a more than five-to-one lead into heads-up.

Krzysztof Chmielowski was never able to turn things around, and failed to get there for his last nine big blinds with jack-deuce suited against Racolta's ace-eight. Alexandru Papazian bubbled after losing the vast majority of her stack with ace-queen versus king-jack as Razvan Bordei spiked a jack, and the WSOP bracelet winner hit the rail the very next hand when being forced all in from the big blind.

Danut Chisu was then eliminated by Bordei and the remaining four players were moved over to the live stream table after the Main Event had finished.

The poker ambassador from Sweden, who had celebrated her birthday two days ago during the festival, first doubled Ana Marquez and then jammed with deuces from the button soon after.

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