Before today’s Freezeout Master was certainly quiet at the tables in the Grand Casino Liechtenstein, yesterday, May 25, the CHF 100 + 10 Deep & Turbo, which was decided by a heads-up deal, took care of itself.
Yesterday’s Deep & Turbo tournament was very well attended. CHF 3,000 prize money was guaranteed, 50,000 chips and 15 minutes of levels ensure action. 61 players liked it, and with a further 15 re-entries, the pot was worth CHF 7,600, which was distributed among the top 12 places.
There was a deal on the bubble that also gave Thomas Wider CHF 120, with CHF 1,920 waiting for the winner. The prize money wasn’t played out either, in the heads-up there was a deal. Franz Oberwinkler was happy about the victory and CHF 1,720, Dahn Dung received CHF 1,470 for second place.
Today the CHF 220 + 30 Freezeout Master with its CHF 30,000 prize money guarantee starts, there are a total of three heats and the final on Sunday. Daily from 5 p.m. cash games are offered in the GCLI from the blinds of CHF 1/3 NLH or CHF 1/1 PLO. All details about the poker floor in the Grand Casino Liechtenstein can be found on the Poker Facebook Page and on the website gcli.li.
|Place||First name||last name||nickname||country||prize money||Act|
|1||French||Oberwinkler||1,920 CHF||1,720 CHF|
|2||dahn||dung||1,270 CHF||1,470 CHF|
|6||poker star||455 francs|
|11||The stone||220 CHF|
Tournament schedule May: