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World Series of Poker Europe -- Erik Cajelais Wins Event No. 2 (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

World Series of Poker Europe -- Erik Cajelais Wins Event No. 2
Article ID 00042834
Author Rebecca McAdam
Date JULY 27 2022
With five players out of a 158-strong starting field returning to continue the final table of the World Series of Poker Europe’s £2,500 pot-limit hold’em/pot-limit Omaha event, it didn’t take too long to trash it out. After a total of eight hours at the final table across both days, the winner was revealed — young Canadian and first-time bracelet holder, Erik Cajelais [pictured right] . When play was suspended with five players left, the 27-year-old was very short in chips, but yesterday proved to be his time to shine as he made the comeback of all comebacks and took down the event. He takes home the title, the bracelet, the honor, and, of course, the top prize of £104,677. The five players and their chip counts going into the day were: Men Nguyen — 268,000 Mats Gavatin — 448,000 Robin Keston — 63,000 Richard Gryko — 329,000 Erik Cajelais — 81,000 Richard Gryko Eliminated in Fifth Place (£26,619) In a round of hold’em, Richard Gryko [pictured left] raised to 21,000 and Erik Cajelais reraised a further 45,000. Gryko called and then checked the K Q 7 flop. Cajelais bet 80,000, and Gryko moved all in. Cajelais insta-called and flipped over A K . Gryko showed K J . The turn and river didn’t change anything, and Gryko was the first elimination of the day. He went out in fifth place for £26,619. Men Nguyen Eliminated in Fourth Place (£35,412) In hold’em, in a pot involving Erik Cajelais once again, Men Nguyen reraised the Canadian all in, and Cajelais called. The two flipped over their cards: Nguyen: A 8 Cajelais: J 10 Board: K 8 5 7 9 Although Nguyen was ahead going in and on the flop, the turn and river had other plans for “The Master,” and he left the tournament in fourth place for a payday of £35,412. Robin Keston Eliminated in Third Place (£47,858) After the break and a few hands into a round of hold’em, it was time for Erik Cajelais to continue his dominance at the table. Robin Keston [pictured right] raised preflop, and Erik Cajelais bet the pot, Keston moved all in, and Cajelais called. Cajelais held K K , while Keston showed 2 2 . The first couple of cards down brought a king, and Keston was drawing dead by the turn. He hit the rail in third place with £47,858 for his efforts. Keston’s departure meant heads-up time, and it was bound to be a short session with Cajelais holding just under a million in chips, and Mats Gavatin struggling on a dwindling 180,000. However, Gavatin had a quick double-up in Omaha, which put him in a slightly better position. Mats Gavatin Eliminated in Second Place (£64,705) Still in the Omaha round, Mats Gavatin shoved preflop holding 10 10 9 8 , and Cajelais called, revealing Q J 9 7 . The flop was A Q Q , which put Cajelais out ahead. The turn and river were the A and the J , and Cajelais further improved to a full house. Gavatin then left the tournament as the runner-up finisher with £64,705 to console himself. While the final table had been running, two of its players were also registered for event No. 3, the £5,000 pot-limit Omaha tournament — Robin Keston and the champion himself, Erik Cajelais. See day 1s recap to find out how that event is currently going.

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