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2023 PokerStars EPT Prague

€10,200 Mystery Bounty
Giorni 2
Event Info

2023 PokerStars EPT Prague

Risultati finali
Vincitore
Mano Vincente
55
Premio
€80,300
Event Info
Buy-in
€10,200
Montepremi
€263,200
Entries
56
Informazioni livello
Livello
22
Bui
30,000 / 60,000
Ante
60,000
Informazioni Giocatori - Giorno 2
Entries
8
Giocatori Rimasti
1

€10,200 Mystery Bounty

Giorno 2 completo

Oleg Vasylchenko Wins €10,200 Mystery Bounty

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Oleg Vasylchenko
Oleg Vasylchenko

Oleg Vasylchenko has overcome a 56-entry field and defeated Enrico Camosci heads-up to win his first EPT title and the €74,673 first-place prize here at the 2023 PokerStars European Poker Tour Prague. Vasylchenko also claimed four mystery bounties en route to his victory totaling €80,000 to bring his total prize up to €154,673.

Vasylchenko's win comes after a long history of close calls. Before today, Vaslychenko had final-tabled four times in other EPT events over the past several years but was never able to take down the title.

"It feels great. I was craving for [an EPT title] for ten years," Vasylchenko said. "I made several final tables so I'm really glad I won it... besides the money."

Vasylchenko, who entered the final table as the big stack, explained that he was a bit disappointed to miss out on the largest bounties (which were claimed by Elias Gutierrez), but is satisfied nonetheless.

"I was in good shape to make some bounties, but you actually need to make some hands. I didn't get the opportunities that [Gutierrez] got, so I'm kind of frustrated about that. But it was fine, at least I got a trophy!"

Gutierrez ended up claiming five of the nine mystery bounties, leaving him as the highest cash winner of the tournament after earning €238,150 between his third-place finish and the bounty prizes.

€10,200 Mystery Bounty Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrizeBounty PrizeTotal Prize
1Oleg VasylchenkoUkraine€69,673*€80,000€154,673
2Enrico CamosciItaly€58,277*€0€58,277
3Elias GutierrezSpain€38,150€200,000€238,150
4Marcelo BonanataUruguay€28,950€0€28,950
5Dimitar DanchevBulgaria€22,350€0€22,350
6Masato KashiwabaraJapan€17,100€0€17,100
7Paul NeweyEngland€13,150€0€13,150
8Antoine LabatFrance€10,550€0€10,550

*Denotes heads-up deal

Elias Gutierrez
Elias Gutierrez

Final Table Action

Day 2 began with several short-stacked players as a result of the event's turbo structure. As expected, the final table got off to a blazing start, with Antoine Labat, Paul Newey, and Masato Kashiwabara all being eliminated in eighth, seventh, and sixth place, respectively, within the first half-hour of play.

Vasylchenko claimed the first couple of mystery bounties after eliminating Antoine Labat and pulled a €10,000 + Draw Again bounty followed by a €25,000 bounty. However, it was Gutierrez who far and away claimed the lion's share of the mystery bounty prize pool.

Following Labat's elimination, Gutierrez claimed the next three eliminations, including Dimitar Danchev after getting him all-in preflop and catching a queen on the turn.

Gutierrez wasted little time before drawing his first two bounties, in which he claimed the top prize of €100,000 and the second prize of €50,000. Gutierrez saved his third bounty for the first break of the day and promptly pulled a €25,000 bounty. This brought his bounty earnings to a staggering €175,000 — more than double the first-place prize.

Marcelo Bonanata, who started the day as one of the short stacks, managed to double up several times and at one point took the chip lead during four-handed play. His momentum quickly fizzled out, however. After losing a couple of sizable pots to Vasylchenko and Camosci, Bonanata shoved with king-queen and lost a race against Gutierrez's pocket fives to bow out in fourth place. Unsurprisingly, Gutierrez drew the highest available €25,000 bounty following the elimination to bring his total bounty prize to €200,000.

It looked to be Gutierrez's day, but soon after three-handed play began, he lost a big pot after running top pair into Vaslychenko's trips. Vasylchenko claimed the rest of Gutierrez's chips after calling a shove from Gutierrez with pocket fours and holding with pocket fives.

Deal Discussion
Deal Discussion

The heads-up battle between Vasylchenko and Camosci proved to be a short one. On just the fifth hand of play, Vasylchenko shoved with pocket fives and was called by Camosci, who held ace-deuce. The board ran out sweat-free for Vasylchenko and with that, he claimed his first EPT title.

That's a wrap for PokerNews' coverage of the €10,200 Mystery Bounty here at the Hilton Prague. For continuing coverage of EPT Prague events and others around the globe, be sure to check out our live-reporting hub.

Tags: Antoine LabatDimitar DanchevElias GutierrezEPTPrague23Marcelo BonanataMasato KashiwabaraOleg Vasylchenko

Enrico Camosci Eliminated in 2nd Place (€58,277)

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Enrico Camosci
Enrico Camosci

In what would be the final hand of the tournament, Oleg Vasylchenko shoved on the button and Enrico Camosci called off for his remaining 700,000 in the big blind.

Enrico Camsci: A2
Oleg Vasylchenko: 55

Camosci would need some help, but the J9K65 runout improved Vasylchenko to a set of fives and Camosci was eliminated in second place.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Oleg Vasylchenko ua
Oleg Vasylchenko
5,600,000 825,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Enrico Camosci it
Enrico Camosci
Eliminato

Tags: Enrico CamosciOleg Vasylchenko

Vasylchenko Takes the Ascendancy

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Oleg Vasylchenko limped in from the small blind and Enrico Camosci checked it back to see a flop.

It came 336, and Camosci checked it to Vasylchenko, who bet out for 60,000. Camosci took the initiative, making it 180,000 and getting called.

The 7 on the turn led to Camosci firing out 270,000. The Ukrainian thought for a while before ultimately making the call.

Camosci slowed down on the 5 river, checking it over to Vasylchenko. He also checked and showed J3. It was enough to take down a vital pot, with his flopped trips beating Camosci's 107.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Oleg Vasylchenko ua
Oleg Vasylchenko
4,775,000 685,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Enrico Camosci it
Enrico Camosci
820,000 -510,000

Tags: Enrico CamosciOleg Vasylchenko

Heads Up

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Deal Discussion
Deal Discussion

Oleg Vasylchenko and Enrico Camosci are heads up for the title.

Both players have agreed to a deal. Vasylchenko will take home €69,673 and Camosci will lock up €58,277. They will play for the remaining two bounties.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Oleg Vasylchenko ua
Oleg Vasylchenko
4,090,000 -120,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Enrico Camosci it
Enrico Camosci
1,330,000 -135,000

Gutierrez Bags Another €25,000

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

With Elias Gutierrez being eliminated, he visited the bounty desk for the fourth and final time, after already bagging the top three bounty prizes.

He may have just been eliminated, but Gutierrez drew another €25,000 bounty to soften the blow - taking his total bounty winnings of €200,000.

Bounty PrizeCountRemaining
€100,00010
€50,00010
€25,00041
€10,000 + Draw Again10
€10,00021

Tags: Elias Gutierrez

Elias Gutierrez Eliminated in 3rd Place (€38,150)

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Elias Gutierrez
Elias Gutierrez

Oleg Vasylchenko shoved for 2,630,000 on the button and Elias Gutierrez called all in for his last 1,430,000 from the big blind to put himself at risk.

Elias Gutierrez: 44
Oleg Vasylchenko: 55

Gutierrez found himself pipped by Vasylchenko, and the 8Q6108 runout kept Vasylchenko's fives in the lead — eliminating Gutierrez in third place.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Oleg Vasylchenko ua
Oleg Vasylchenko
4,210,000 1,115,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Elias Gutierrez es
Elias Gutierrez
Eliminato

Tags: Elias GutierrezOleg Vasylchenko

Vasylchenko Takes Chip Lead with Trips

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante

Elias Gutierrez limped in from the small blind and Oleg Vasylchenko checks it in the big blind.

The flop came 224, and Gutierrez made it 60,000. Vasylchenko raised to 180,000 and got the call ahead of the turn.

It came the 3, with this time Gutierrez slowing down and checking. Vasylchenko bet out 350,000 before Gutierrez called.

A J on the river proved to be significant. Gutierrez again checked it over to the Ukrainian. He thought for a while before firing off a bet of 700,000. Gutierrez called with KJ, but his two pair wasn't enough to beat Vasylchenko, who tabled 102 having flopped trips.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Oleg Vasylchenko ua
Oleg Vasylchenko
3,095,000 1,180,000
Day 1 Chip Leader
Elias Gutierrez es
Elias Gutierrez
1,430,000 -940,000

Tags: Elias GutierrezOleg Vasylchenko

Marcelo Bonanata Eliminated in 4th Place (€28,950)

Livello 22 : Blinds 30,000/60,000, 60,000 ante
Marcelo Bonanata
Marcelo Bonanata

Marcelo Bonanata shoved for his last million from under the gun and was called by Elias Gutierrez on the button to put Bonanata at risk.

Marcelo Bonanata: KQ
Elias Gutierrez: 55

It was a race, but the 96264 runout improved Gutierrez to a flush and Bonanata, who held the chip lead just a short while ago, was eliminated in fourth place.

With that elimination, Gutierrez claimed his fourth mystery bounty of the final table.

Giocatore Chip Avanzamento
Elias Gutierrez es
Elias Gutierrez
2,370,000 1,100,000
Marcelo Bonanata ar
Marcelo Bonanata
Eliminato

Tags: Elias GutierrezMarcelo Bonanata

Livello: 22

Bui: 30,000/60,000

Ante: 60,000