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French player Yann Brosolo, sponsored by Titan.fr, yesterday won the Euro Finals of Poker (EFOP) Gold Championship for a first prize of €70,000. After three days of poker action at the Aviation Club de France in Paris, Brosolo defeated Samir Choubani in heads-up play when his pair of sixes bettered Choubani’s K 8 on an unmatched board.
Choubani had been chipleader going into the final day of play but had to settle for second place, worth €62,500. Brosolo’s win was the biggest cashout of his career.
In December, Brosolo finished in 5th place at the EPT Prague €5,000 No Limit Hold’em Main Event for a €35,000 prize.
Every year the Aviation Club hosts the EFOP tournaments, a series of events that in addition to the €2,000 buy-in Gold Championship also stages a flagship €5,000 buy-in Diamond Championship tournament and a €10,000 high roller event.
The winners of the European Poker Awards will be announced at the Aviation Club as part of the festivities. Team Titan’s Sam Trickett is nominated for two awards, both Player of the Year and Best Tournament Performance.
The image is from the Poker 52 magazine website.
A massive field of 477 players registered for Day 1B of EPT Prague and among them the three French players of Team Titan: Christophe Benzimra, Yann Brosolo and Florian Desgouttes . They started the day seated at difficult tables:
Table 27: Christophe Benzimra with Johannes Strassmann, Anton Wigg, Praz Bansi and Melanie Weisner.
Table 18: Florian Desgouttes with Jonathan Duhamel (WSOP Main Event Champion 2010) and Bertrand “ElkY” Grospellier.
Table 10: Yann Brosolo with Dermot Blain and the WSOP 2011 Main Event Champion Pius Heinz.
Level 1 – Blinds 50/100
Yann Brosolo bet 250 under the gun and Dermot Blain 3-bet to 700 in middle position. Yann called.
Yann check-raised to 2,700 and got paid by his Irish opponent.
Yann Brosolo bet 4,400 and was again called by Blain.
Yann Brosolo fired a 11K bet on the river 4♦, and after a long hesitation Blain finally folded, wincing. Brosolo didn’t show his cards but it was a bluff with pocket 6s.
Our two other Frenchmen were not really active during the first level.
End of Level:
Yann Brosolo: 36.5K
Christophe Benzimra: 27.6K
Florian Desgouttes: 28.1K
Level 2 – Blinds 75/150
A Romanian player raised at the cut-off to 425, the small blind called and Christophe Benzimra as well from the big blind with Q♠9♥
The flop came 9-4-3 rainbow and the three players checked.
On the turn, an 8, the small blind opened to 600, Christophe and the cut-off both called.
The river was a 4 and the small blind bet 1,750 and just Christophe paid. The small blind mucked his hand when Christophe showed the top pair. Christophe was up to 31K.
Then Johannes Strassmann raised to 400 in middle position. The button called, Christophe Benzimra called in small blind and Melanie Weisner in big blind as well.
Strassman bet 1,400 on the flop 10♦6♠9♥ and Christophe paid. On the turn, the 3♦, Christophe check-folded after the 3K bet of Strassmann.
Our 3 French players maintained their stacks at the same level until the first break of the day.
Yann Brosolo: 37.2K
Christophe Benzimra: 26.8K
Florian Desgouttes: 28.9K
Level 3 – Blinds 100/200
A player raised in middle position to 500. English player Praz Bansi raised to 1,275 and Christophe paid at the button. The initial raiser folded.
On the flop 9♣10♥10♠ Benzimra check-called the 1,300 of Bansi.
Same action at the turn J♥, and at the river Q♣, for respectively 2.2K and 3K.
Bansi revealed A♦10♥ and Christophe mucked his A♠Q♦ and fell to 20K.
A few minutes later, Christophe raised to 400 in early position with A♦ A♣. Swedish player Anton Wigg and Strassmann called. The player at the button 3-bet to 2.5K. Christophe 4-bet to 6.4K and the button moved all-in. The call was obvious and Christophe was a huge favorite against the A♥K♥ of the button.
Five cards later Christophe Benzimra was up to 42K.
At the very end of the level, Strassmann limped under the gun and Benzimra raised to 850 with pocket Aces again. Melanie Weisner called at the button and Strassmann paid.
Flop: 4-4-6 rainbow
Johannes Strassmann check-called the 1.8K bet of Benzimra while Weisner gave up.
Turn: 3♦ and both players checked.
River: 4♣ Strassmann checked, Benzimra bet 4.6K and after tanking two or three minutes Strassmann made the call with pocket 10. Christophe Benzimra was up to 46K.
The other French players had a quiet Level 3 and finished at exactly the same amount as the previous level.
Level 4 – 100/200 ante 25 - Yann Brosolo on fire and Florian Desgouttes eliminated on the last hand of the level.
Yann Brosolo 3-bet preflop with K♦K♠. His opponent 4-bet to 3.5K and Yann Brosolo called out of position.
On a flop 10-J-6, Yann Brosolo donk-bet to 3K and got paid.
Both players checked the turn, another 6, and Yann bet 5K on the river, a 2. His opponent paid and mucked after seeing the hand of the French Titan pro.
Then a young player raised in early position. Two other players called and Yann Brosolo completed in big blind position with 6♠4♠
No action on the next flop: K-6-6
The turn brought a 10, Yann checked, the initial raiser opened to 1K. Yann Brosolo raised to 3.3K and his opponent made it 6K. Brosolo called.
Check, check and Brosolo won the pot. His opponent held AK.
Then, a few minutes before the second break of the day, Yann raised with J♥10♥ and got paid by the button and the big blind.
The flop came 3♥4♥6♥
The big blind checked, Brosolo bet 800, the button called and the big blind raised to 2.1K. Call from Brosolo.
Small blind player bet 4K and Brosolo called.
Brosolo called the 6.8K bet of his opponent who showed 4♦5♦ for a straight. Yann Brosolo climbed to an healthy 72K before the break.
At the same time Florian Desgouttes was playing his last hour in the poker room. Jonathan Duhamel raised to 500, ElkY called and Florian 3-bet to 1,325 from the cut-off. Both Duhamel and ElkY called.
No action on the flop: 9♥6♥9♠
On the turn, 7♥, Duhamel opened to 2,825, ElkY folded and Florian called.
Check, check on the river, the 8♦
Duhamel won the pot with 5♥5♠ versus the A♠Q♥ of Florian who was down to 20K.
A few hands later, the cut-off player raised to 500, Florian 3-bet to 1.3K and the cut-off paid.
On the flop 2♥ 8♦ 3♥ the cut-off check-called 2.8K and on the river, the 4♥, he gave up after Florian bet 6K.
Just before going on break, Florian Desgouttes called the raise of a Czech player in middle position. The big blind paid as well.
Flop: 8♥ 2♣ 9♠
Big blind player checked, the initial raiser bet 900 and Florian 3-bet to 2,050. The big blind folded but the pre-flop raiser 4-bet to 5,150. Florian made the call.
The dealer revealed the 4♥ and the preflop raiser bet 6.7K. Florian shoved for around 14K and his opponent, looking very unhappy, had to pay the difference.
Florian Desgouttes showed Q♦ 9♦ and his opponent was in front with a strange 4♦ 2♦
The river brought a blank and Florian Desgouttes was eliminated.
End of Level 4 – Average 34K and 421 players left.
Christophe Benzimra: 45K
Yann Brosolo: 72K
Level 5 & 6 at Blinds 150/300 ante 25 and 200/400 ante 50
Johannes Strassmann attacked to 900 and Praz Bansi called. Christophe paid at the button with A♠ 5♠
On the flop: 5♦ J♥ J♦ Strassmann opened to 2.1K, Bansi called but Christophe Benzimra fired a strong bet of 6.8K which resulted in a quick fold of his two adversaries.
Yann Brosolo ended the level with 69K and Christophe Benzimra with 51K for an average of 38.4K and 373 players left.
Level 7 & 8 at blinds 250/500 ante 50 and 300/600 ante 75
Christophe Benzimra was sitting behind a 40K stack half an hour before the end of the day. He was card dead during 3 levels and played only one real hand and lost it.
A new player at his table raised to 1.3K and got called in middle position. Christophe called with A♠ J♦ in small blind and the big one completed.
Flop: 2♠ 7♠ 4♠
Small blind and big blind players checked, the pre-flop raiser opened to 1.8K and just Christophe paid.
Both players checked the turn, the A♥
Christophe Benzimra bet 3.5K on the river, the 8♦, and was called by his opponent who won the pot with A♥ K♠
Yann Brosolo eliminated 2011 WSOP Main Event Champion Pius Heinz. Yann raised to 1,250 with AQ and Heinz moved all-in for 10K total. Yann made the call and hit an Ace on the flop.
Then Brosolo lost two pre-flop all-in hands against short stacks and was down to 50K.
In the middle of the last level, Yann Brosolo raised to 1,200 at the cut-off and got 3-bet by the button to 3,700. Yann decided to just call to keep his short-stacked opponent (12K) in the hand.
No action on the flop Q-10-9
Yann bet 4,200 on the turn, a 5, and his opponent paid.
Yann Brosolo moved all-in on the river, a 2, but his opponent gave up.
Just before the end, Yann took down a nice last pot to finish Day 1B with 74K.
He raised under the gun to 1,300 with pocket 9s and the button made the call.
On the flop Q-9-6 Yann made a continuation-bet to 1,600 and his adversary paid.
A Jack fell on the turn and Brosolo bet 4K. His opponent made it 11K and Brosolo called.
Yann checked, expecting a bet from his opponent but this one checked behind with Q J !!!
Christophe Benzimra ended the day with 36K.
304 players are left from the 488 entrants for an average stack of 48,157 chips.
Tomorrow at noon, Christophe and Yann will be back to defend their chips on Day 2 of EPT Prague. Good luck to them !
Yann Brosolo of Titan.fr finished in 11th place at the EPT Prague tournament for a prize of €35,000. He came close to making the final table only to be crippled when he was holding pocket aces.
Here are details of Yann’s incredible game play on Day 4.
Level 22 – Blinds 8,000/ 16,000 ante 2,000
A player raised to 20K in small blind and Yann Brosolo made the call from the big one.
The flop came 3♥ 6♦ 7♥ and the small blind made his continuation bet to 50K. Yann just called.
Both players checked the turn, the 6♦, and on the river, the 8♥, the small blind check-called the 100K bet of our French Titan player.
Yann showed K♥ 7♠ and his opponent mucked his cards.
Yann Brosolo was up to over 1 million chips for the first time of the tournament when the average was under 800K.
After one hour of game play on Day 4, 25 players were left and the average was 866K. Yann had 900K.
Level 23 – Blinds 10,000/ 20,000 ante 3,000
Yann Brosolo was card dead during this entire level and just succeeded to not lose too much. He finished it with 750K for an average of 1.2 million chips and 18 players left.
Then things began to run much better for Yann Brosolo.
In Level 24 with blinds 12,000/ 24,000 ante 3,000, Chris Moorman raised to 51K and Yann 3-bet him to 137K and obtained the fold of the English online star.
Yann Brosolo 3-bet twice in a row pre-flop and at the middle of the level, he was up to 900K with 17 players left with an average stack of 1,274,000.
We were quickly down to 16 players and 2 tables and after a lot of pots won pre-flop, Yann Brosolo was back to 1 million with 15 players left and an average of 1.4 million chips.
Level 25 – Blinds 15,000/ 30,000 ante 4,000
Yann eliminated Chris Moorman at the beginning of the level. He raised to 65K UTG and Moorman shoved for 365K. Yann called and it was a coin flip situation.
Moorman held K♥ Q♥
The final board was: 10♦ J♦ J♥ 5♠ 2♣
Then Yann won another nice pot against Danish player Mads Wissing.
Wissing raised under the gun to 50K and Yann called in big blind with 9♥ 9♣
The flop came K♥ K♠ 9♦ and both players checked.
The 10♥ fell on the turn and Yann Brosolo fired a 40K bet. Wissing quickly called.
On the river, the Q♦, Yann checked, Wissing bet 125K and Yann 3-bet to 335K. The Danish player considered what to do for a long time and finally folded.
Yann was up to 1.5 million chips and kept increasing his stack thanks to his aggressive play. Yann made a nice profit of 300K off a Dutch player 5-betting all-in pre-flop. Yann finally reached the average chip stack when there were but 12 players left in the tournament.
A few minutes later, Yann Brosolo raised to 65K UTG and the small blind made the call.
Flop: 4♥ 2♥ 6♥
The small blind player check-called the 80K bet of Yann.
The two men checked on the turn, the 3♠. On the river, 3♣, the small blind check-called 175K and mucked his cards when Yann revealed the winning hand, Q♥ Q♠
Yann Brosolo stole the blinds and at the end of the level he was sitting behind a 2.4 million stack.
11 players were left and the average was just below 2 millions chips.
Level 24 – Blinds 20,000/ 40,000 ante 5,000 – Yann Brosolo is eliminated, victim of a terrible bad beat.
Yann Brosolo opened to 80K in middle position. Dutch player David Boyaciyan 3-bet to 210K. Yann decided to 4-bet to 450K and Boyaciyan made a big mistake moving all-in. Yann snap-called with pocket ACES and was in the prefect situtation to take the lead of the tournament with 11 players left.
Boyaciyan held pocket 9.
The dealer delivered the worst cards possible for our French Titan pro player: K-9-5-10-7
Yann had a little bit more than his opponent but was crippled after this awful bad beat.
The next hand, Yann Brosolo moved all-in with A 7 pre-flop and Wissing made the call with K-10.
A ten fell on the flop and Yann Brosolo was eliminated and left the poker area, knocked out of the tournament.
Yann Brosolo finished in 11th position for a prize of €35,000.
135 players came back at the start of the Day 3 and Yann Brosolo took part of it with a big hope to make a big result.
Level 15 – 1,500/3,000 ante 400 – A wonderful level for Yann Brosolo
The american Calvin Anderson raised to 6.8 K at the cut-off and Yann Brosolo from Team Titan call from the big blind.
Yann check-called 6.6 K on the flop 2♥7♥3♦
Both players checked the turn, the K♠ and Yann donk bet the river 3♠ to 18 K and was paid by Anderson.
Yann showed K♥Q♥ and won the pot.
Few hands later, the high-jack raised to 6.3 K and the cut-off 3-bet to 16.1 K. Yann decided to 4-bet to 37.2 K and obtained two quick folds.
Yann was up to 225 K for an average of 173 K.
Yann put a lot of pressure on his opponents hand after hand. Yann raised to 6.8 K in liddle position and paid the reraise of the small blind to 18K.
The small blind bet 18 K and Yann called.
The two men decided to check the turn, the 3♣ but after a check of the small blind on the river, the 10♥ Yann bet 44 K and won the hand to climb to 264 K.
Few minutes before the first break of the day, Yann Brosolo eliminated a player in a monster pot but lost a big one.
First Lodden raised to 6.8 K in early position. The samll blind called and Yann completed from the big blind.
The flop came K♥7♥3♣ The small blind and Yann checked, Lodden bet 9.8 K and the small blind just called.
Yann Brosolo took a minute before 3-betting to 35 K. Lodden gave up at that stage but the small blind called.
The turn was the 8♦ and the small blind check-called the 50 K bet from Yann.
On the river, the 9♠ the small blind checked again and Yann Brosolo moved all-in. His opponent snap-called and showed pocket 3 for a set but Yann held the winning hand with pocket 7 for a higher one. Yann Brosolo was over 500 K.
And the last hand of the level, Yann Brosolo bet 7 K in late position and the player in big blind raised to 20 K with 120 K behind. Yann called to see the flop 9♥J♠5♥
The small blind opened to 19 K and Yann pushed a tower of 5 K chips putting his opponent all-in. This one called and we had a showdown.
Small blind: K♦K♠
Yann needed a heart but unfortunately the dealer delivered the 9♦ on the turn and the Q♣ on the river.
Yann Brosolo finished the level with 355 K while the average was 185 K for 117 players left.
With 104 paid players in the tournament, Yann could start to think to realize a good performance in this EPT Prague.
Level 16 – Blinds 2,000/ 4,000 ante 500
Yann Brosolo succeeded to enter in the money with the same stack (350 K) after one hour of patience.
At the end of the level 104 players were left for an average of 210 K.
During the next level, Yann Brosolo lost few small pots and was card dead. He terminated the level with a little bit more than 300 K.
In Level 18 at blinds 3,000/ 6,000 ante 500, Yann Brosolo was back to action more seriously, being more active.
He raised to 12 K UTG +1 and found two callers, one in middle position and the big blind.
On the flop J♦5♠10♠ the big blind & Yann checked and the third player bet 25 K. The big blind gave up but Yann went all-in, widely covering his opponent. This one called him and we had a showdown.
Yann Brosolo: K♠9♠
Big blind: A♦J♣
The turn came a 9♥ which was not good for our Titan pro player but the 7♠ fell on the river to give the flush to Yann who increased his stack of 130 K.
He was up to 430 K for an average of 349 K and 62 players left.
Then he 3-bet a tight player and added 20 K to his stack before giving up 30 K.
Level 19 – Blinds 4,000/ 8,000 ante 1,000
Yann Brosolo had 455 K in front of him while the average showed 433 K for 50 players left in the tournament.
A young aggressive player raised to 17 K UTG +1 and Yann Brosolo called in big blind position.
Both players checked the next flop: Q♠7♠4♥
On the turn, the 4♣ Yann check-raised to 56 K his young opponent who had bet 22 K but this one finally made the call.
On the river, an inffensive 3♥ fell down and the two players decided to check. Yann Brosolo showed K♥Q♥ and it was good enough to win the pot and was up to 530 K.
Just before going in dinner-break, Yann Brosolo lost 60 K and was down to 389 K while 45 players were left.
Average: 481 K.
Level 20 – Blinds 5,000/ 10,000 ante 1,000 – Yann Brosolo ran over his table
Yann Brosolo just raised, 3-bet or 4-bet every hand to be back at the average stack of 528 K when 41 players were left without a single card. That was like in a dream.
Level 21 – Blinds 6,000/ 12,000 ante 1,000
Yann Brosolo changed of table and continued to raise and 3-bet before that a player moved all-in in early position for a total of 130 K. Yann Brosolo called in late position with
pocket 10. He was huge favorite against the pocket 3 of his opponent.
The final board was: Q-7-2-K-2 and Yann was in really good shape with more than 717 K.
Then Yann raised with KJ suited from the button and the last lady of the tournament decided to make it more expensive 3-betting to 100 K. Yann moved all-in and the result was simple and efficient: FOLD.
Finally he did a last move against his french compatriot Jean-Philippe Rohr. A Czech player, Dorbek raised UTG to 24 K. Jean-Philippe Rohr 3-bet to 65 K and Brosolo 4-bet one more time.
The new price to pay was 112 K. His two opponents folded and Yann showed pocket Kings.
The Day was over with 31 players left for an average 698 K and Yann Brosolo is in good position to start the Day 4 at 12:00 with a confortable stack of 828 K.
407 players played in Day 2 of EPT Pokerstars.com Prague. The average chipstack at the start of the day was 53,218.
Yann Brosolo and Christophe Benzimra from Team Titan were among the players who had advanced from Day 1. They took their places at noon and began the battle to advance to the next day of the tournament.
The players seated at the tables of our two Titan pros:
ALEKSANDAR SPADIJER Montenegro 15,800
PAUL PIRES-TRIGO France 26,200
CHRISTOPHE BENZIMRA France 36,000
RAMEZ HADDAD Canada 98,900
LUKE SCHWARTZ UK 61,200
MIKHAIL GLUSHANKOV Russia 69,000
GRZEGORZ CICHOCKI Poland 44,600
JOHN ANDRESS USA 50,200
ALESSIO PIANTA Italy 11,000
VITALY LUNKIN Russia 95,900
A. FRANKENBERGER USA 25,400
YULIYAN KOLEV Bulgaria 34,400
MICHEL HABIB Lebanon 55,900
YANN BROSOLO France 74,000
JOSEF EL KHOURY Lebanon 16,500
ANTON SINEL Romania 108,200
THEO JORGENSEN Denmark 23,200
VIKTOR GANN Germany 42,900
Level 9 – Blinds 400/800 ante 100
Early in the day Brosolo eliminated the german player Victor Gann. Theo Jorgensen limped in middle position and Gann raised to 1,800. Yann Brosolo 3-bet to 5 K in big blind.
Theo Jorgensen gave up and Gann paid.
On the flop K♥6♣8♥ Yann opened to 5.2 K. His opponent raised to 13.6 K and Yann shoved. Gann quickly called.
Yann Brosolo: 8♦8♣
Viktor Gann: A♦K♠
Turn: A♣ and river the last 8 of the deck which offered a quads to Brosolo who climbed to 115 K.
Few minutes later Brosolo had a bad beat against Theo Jorgensen.
Habib raised to 1,800 under the gun +1 and Yann made it 4,4 K. Jorgensen moved all-in for 19.4 K total.
Habib folded and Yann called with the best hand of poker, a pocket Aces. Jorgensen held J♥J♣
Jorgensen hit a the J♦ on the flop and Brosolo had 99 K instead of 140 K.
He finished the level with 94 K.
Christophe Benzimra lost 10 K during these first 75 minutes of game. He played few hands but had to give up to keep a chance to come back in the game in case of double-up.
He ended level 9 with 28 K.
The average was 61,709 with 351 players left.
Level 10 – Blinds 500/1,000 ante 100
Christophe Benzimra changed of table and joined a difficult one with Martins Adenya and William Thorson.
Everybody folded until the button who raised to 2.2 K. The small blind folded and Christophe completed from in big blind position.
Christophe Benzimra, first to act, checked the flop 9♦9♠4♠ and the button bet 2.9 K. Christophe 3-bet to 7.8 K and his opponent moved all-in. Call from Christophe who showed 9♥8♥
His opponent held two spades and needed one more to win.
But it didn’t occur and Christophe Benzimra doubled up to 56 K.
In the same time Brosolo was involved in a hand. The board was already showing: 4♠2♣K♣K♦
Yann Brosolo bet 6.7 K and his direct neighboor called.
The river fell 9♦
Yann Brosolo checked and folded after the 10 K bet of his opponent.
He was down to 80 K after this hand.
Christophe Benzimra raised to 2.3 K in middle position and a young german player 3-bet to 6.3 K. Call from our french Titan player.
Christophe check-called the bet of the german player of 5.4 K.
Then both players checked the turn and the river, 8♠ and 8♣ so we had a showdown.
Christophe with 9♥9♦ won the pot against K♠9♠
Christophe Benzimra and Yann Brosolo completed the level with respectively 71.8 and 73.7 K for an average of 77 K and 281 players left.
Level 11 – Blinds 600/1,200 ante 200
On a flop J♠8♣7♥ the big blind check-called the 8,5 K bet of Brosolo at the High-Jack.
Same action on the river, the 9♣
The big blind showed 9♠8♠ and took the pot down. Yann Brosolo was down to 60 K.
Yann Brosolo finished the level very well (104 K) after the next hand. Our french Titan player raised to 2.5 K in late position and the big blind player paid to see the flop.
This one came K-2-3 and the big blind donk bet to 3.5 K. Yann Brosolo took his time before 3-betting to 9.5 K. The big blind paid.
On the turn, a 3, Yann called a new barrel from his opponent for 12 K.
Finally the big blind checked on the river, a Jack and Brosolo bet 19 K. His opponent called and mucked when he saw Yann’s AK.
Christophe Benzimra terminated the level with 64 K. The average was 91,779 for 236 players left in the tournament.
Level 12 – Blinds 800/1,600 ante 200
Christophe Benzimra didn’t play a hand during three rounds of table and lost 12 K. So he was down to 50 K.
Then a really active player at his table raised one more time in early position to 4.4 K and get paid by the High-Jack. Christophe Benzimra squeezed to 13.5 K with 6♠9♠
The action came back to the german player decided to raise to 28.5 K and obtained the fold of the High-Jack and Christophe who was down to 35.6 K.
It was the last hand of the level when Christophe Benzimra busted out. The same german player raised to 4.4 K UTG. Martins Adeniya call in middle position and Christophe discovered A♣J♦ at the button and shoved for 32.4 K. After a minute of hesitation, the german young man made the call while Adeniya folded.
It was a coin flip as Christophe’s opponent was holding 8♠8♣
Christophe Benzimra was hoping a Ace or a Jack to double-up but the dealer decided to deliver the next board 9-4-4-10-9 and Christophe hit the rail.
During this level Yann Brosolo first won a big pot preflop with Queens versus Kings. He got lucky and hit a Queen on the turn and added 70 K to his stack to reach 180 K.
After that one, Yann Brosolo grinded a lot of pots without showdowns to climb to around 220 K.
Yann Brosolo called a 3-bet to for 8.5 K with QJ.
The flop came 9-10-2 with two hearts. Yann Brosolo check-called 10.5 K.
Both players checked on the turn, a 2.
The river is the 4♥ and Yann called 20 K.
His opponent showed A♥K♥ for the nut flush and Yann Brosolo was back to 180 K.
Level 13 – Blinds 1,000/ 2,000 ante 300
Yann Brosolo eliminated a short stacked player. His opponent went all-in for 15 K with K-10 and Yann called with pocket 10 and won the hand to be up to 195 K.
Yann was one more time to 180 K after a 5-bet shove preflop from a tight opponent.
Level 14 – Blinds 1,200/ 2,400 ante 300
Yann Brosolo decided to play really tight, just his cards to advance to Day 3 of the tournament. So his stack went down to 160 K before playing the penultimate hand of the day.
He raised to 5.5 K under the gun and 5 players made the call.
On a J-3-2 flop Yann bet 13 K and obtained the fold of all his opponents to finish the day with 182,100 chips for an average of 160 K.
135 players are left on a total of 722 total and our french Titan pro player Yann Brosolo will come back tomorrow at noon to play the Day 3.