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WSOP Europe -- Jani Vilmunen Wins Event No. 3 (Latest News About Casino, Poker, Baccarat in Philippines)

WSOP Europe -- Jani Vilmunen Wins Event No. 3
Article ID 00042889
Author Rebecca McAdam
Date JULY 27 2022
The handing out of bracelets continues in London with the winner of the World Series of Poker Europe’s £5,000 pot-limit Omaha event. After three days of poker-fuelled chaos, 154 players became nine, those nine faced each other until a champion was crowned, and that champ was Jani Vilmunen [pictured right] . He takes home £204,048 for some fantastic play throughout the event. The players and their chips at the start of day 3 were: Robert Williamson III — 64,000 Ville Haavisto — 249,000 Howard Lederer — 320,000 Jeff Kimber — 133,000 Dan Hindin — 320,000 Aarno Kivelio — 608,000 Jani Vilmunen — 899,000 Roberto Romanello — 306,000 Ross Boatman — 180,000 Here is a list of the final table bust outs as they happened: Robert Williamson III Eliminated in Ninth Place (£17,772) The first to hit the rail was Robert Williamson III after he moved all in with K K 8 4 and was called by Roberto Romanello who showed K Q Q J . The board then fell 9 5 5 J 10 putting Williamson out in ninth place for £17,772. Jeff Kimber Eliminated in Eighth Place (£22,869) On a K Q 8 flop, Howard Lederer bet out and Jeff Kimber [pictured left] called. The 6 came on the turn and both players checked. The river was the Q and Kimber moved all in. Lederer made the call and the two turned over their cards: Lederer: K Q 4 2 Kimber: A Q 9 8 Kimber left in eighth place for £22,869, and Lederer added some more ammo to his stack. Roberto Romanello Eliminated in Seventh Place (£29,830) Jani Vilmunen took Roberto Romanello out in seventh place. He left £29,830 richer for his efforts. Vilmunen’s stack improved further and he looked like a real contender for the higher rungs, if not the top rung, of the money ladder. Daniel Hindin Eliminated in Sixth Place (£39,193) The next casualty was Daniel Hindin. Hindin went all in with A Q Q 5 versus Jani Vilmunen’s A A 10 4 . Vilmunen got the chips, and Hindin got £39,193 for sixth place when the cards fell K 7 5 2 J . Ville Haavisto Eliminated in Fifth Place (£51,890) Howard Lederer bet 77,000 from under the gun, and Ville Haavisto defended his big blind. The flop came K 8 5 and Haavisto moved all in. Lederer made the call showing A-K-Q-10 while Haavisto showed 8-6-5-4. The turn was the Q and the river was the J . Lederer straightened up putting Haavisto on the other side of the rail. Ross Boatman Eliminated in Fourth Place (£69,030) Ross Boatman [pictured right] was all in with K K 9 7 versus Aarno Kivelio’s A A 10 5 . The chance for a British bracelet winner diminished as the board fell 7 8 5 Q 5 and Boatman hit the rail in fourth place for a payday of £69,030. Aarno Kivelio Eliminated in Third Place (£93,293) The man responsible for squashing Britain’s hope for a bracelet in this event hit the rail straight after his victim when he got involved in a hand with Jani Vilmunen. In a three-way limped pot and a flop of 10 8 3 , Vilmunen made the first move, Howard Lederer folded, and Kivelio moved all in. He flipped over A J 7 2 for the flush draw and inside straight draw, while fellow Finn showed a set of threes with A 10 3 3 . The turn was the 2 and the river was the Q and with that the event had its two remaining players. Heads Up Chip Counts: Howard Lederer — 1,800,000 Jani Vilmunen — 1,250,000 Howard Lederer Eliminated in Second Place (£126,134) Jani Vilmunen bet out 120,000 preflop from the button and Howard Lederer raised it up to 360,000. Vilmunen made the call. On a flop of 8 7 6 Lederer bet 600,000. Vilmunen waited a moment and then made an all in motion with his hands. Lederer nodded and the two flipped over their cards. Lederer had flopped the straight with A Q 5 4 but Vilmunen had flopped a better one with Q 10 9 7 . When the turn fell the 10 , Lederer’s dreams of a third bracelet were squashed and he congratulated his opponent as the river fell the A .

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