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Octavian Voegele Wins ANZPT Adelaide (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

Octavian Voegele Wins ANZPT Adelaide
Article ID 00041373
Author Scott McDaniel
Date JULY 27 2022
A record field came out to the PokerStars Australia New Zealand Poker Tour ‘s opening destination of season 3, and through the crowd a familiar name emerged and made his second consecutive ANZPT Adelaide main event final table appearance. Austrian player Octavian Voegele improved on last year’s third-place finish in the ANZPT Adelaide main event and was crowned 2011 ANZPT Adelaide champion. The AUD $2,400 buy-in main event brought 253 entrants to the Adelaide Casino over the two starting days. The top 27 finishers were guaranteed at least AUD $4,140 in prize money, and Voegele took home AUD $148,900 and a championship trophy. Voegele made three final tables in the 2010 ANZPT Adelaide series, including a third-place finish in the main event. This year’s main event title run got off to a solid start when he ended Day 1B as the chip leader (159,600). He was steady on Day 2 (178,200), and on Day 3 he soared to the top, taking the chip lead (1,088,000) into the final table. With well-timed aggression and solid cards, he rolled through the final table and won his first career ANZPT title. 2011 ANZPT Adelaide Main Event Final Table Results (in AUD ) 1. Octavian Voegele (Austria) – $148,900 2. Jesse McKenzie (Australia) – $99,260 3. Ian Parnell (Australia) – $55,150 4. Andrew Dales (Australia) – $44,670 5. Charles Caris (Australia) – $35,850 6. John Apostolidis (Australia) – $27,570 7. Jeff Rossiter (Australia) – $19,300 8. Danny Chevalier (Australia) – $14,060 9. Oliver Grujic (Australia) – $11,040 Here’s How The Action Played Out (in AUD ) Oliver Grujic Eliminated in Ninth Place ($11,040) Oliver Gruijic moved all in preflop with 10 10 and ran into Ian Parnell’s K K . The board ran A 6 3 J 9 and Grujic was the first elimination of the final table. Danny Chevalier Eliminated in Eighth Place ($14,060) Jesse McKenzie min-raised from under the gun and Danny Chevalier called from the big blind. The Q 8 5 flop was checked to McKenzie, who bet 54,000. Chevalier moved all in and McKenzie called. Their hands: Chevalier: Q J McKenzie: A A The 8 turn left Chevalier looking for a Queen, but instead the A river fell to give McKenzie a full house. Chevalier was eliminated in eighth place. Jeff Rossiter Eliminated in Seventh Place ($19,030) A short-stacked Jeff Rossiter moved all in holding 9 9 but Charles Caris looked down and found K K . Caris called and when the flop came A K 4 he hit a set, leaving Rossiter nearly drawing dead. The Q turn and 5 river ended the hand and Rossiter was gone in seventh place. John Apostolidis Eliminated in Sixth Place ($27,570) Jesse McKenzie raised to 60,000 and John Apostolidis rereaised to 140,000. Action folded to McKenzie who reraised all in, having Apostolidis covered. Apostolidis quickly called, holding A A and McKenzie turned over a dominated 10 10 . The flop was devastating for Apostolidis, falling 10 6 2 to give McKenzie the set. The 9 turn and Q river couldn’t keep Apostolidis from having his aces cracked and he was eliminated in sixth place. Charles Caris Eliminated in Fifth Place ($35,850) Clarles Caris held A K and called the preflop all in bet of Octavian Voegele, who held Q Q . The flop came Q J 6 , giving Voegele a set of queens but keeping Caris alive with a broadway straight draw. The 5 turn didn’t help, and the A river wasn’t enough, sending Caris to the rail in fifth place. Andrew Dales Eliminated in Fourth Place ($44,670) Andrew Dales raised to 120,000 and Jesse McKenzie raised enough to put Dales all in. He called and they showed down: McKenzie: A Q Dales: K Q McKenzie was out in front on a 7 6 2 flop, and the A turn sealed it. The meaningless 9 river finished the board and Dales was eliminated in fourth place. Ian Parnell Eliminated in Third Place ($55,150) Octavian Voegele raised from the small blind and Ian Parnell moved all in from the big blind. Voegele made the easy call and showed A A . Parnell showed A 9 and found no help on a Q 7 3 6 Q board. Parnell was eliminated in third place, leaving Voegele and Jesse McKenzie heads up. Octavian Voegele Wins ANZPT Adelaide ($148,900), Jesse McKenzie Finishes Runner-Up ($99,260) Chip leader Octavian Voegele and Jesse McKenzie limped and saw a flop of 9 6 4 . Voegele bet 50,000, McKenzie raised to 150,000 and Voegele reraised to 400,000 before McKenzie moved all in. Voegele called and showed 6 4 for two pair, leading McKenzie’s 9 5 for top pair. The board finished with the Q turn and J river and McKenzie was eliminated, leaving Voegele as ANZPT Adelaide champion. The second stop of the season will be at the Burswood Casino for ANZPT Perth , with a AUD $2,500 buy-in main event playing out March 23-27. That stop will be followed up by another AUD $2,500 buy-in main event, this time at ANZPT Syndey hosted by the Star City Casino, April 13-17.

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