Jonas Lauck has won 1 bracelets and 0 rings for total earnings of $ See all events where they placed in-the-money. Jonas Lauck  ist ein deutscher Pokerspieler. Er gewann das Main Event der World Championship of Online Poker und ein Bracelet bei der. Jonas Lauck ist ein deutscher Pokerspieler. Er gewann das Main Event der World Championship of Online Poker und ein Bracelet bei der World Series of Poker.
Oh no, there's been an errorAm Dienstag fiel im King's Resort der Startschuss zum € World Poker Tour (WPT) Germany Main Event mit einem garantierten Preispool in Live Turnier. Jonas Lauck  ist ein deutscher Pokerspieler. Er gewann das Main Event der World Championship of Online Poker und ein Bracelet bei der. Jonas Lauck Poker Spieler Profil. Die aktuellsten Informationen, Gewinne und Galerie.
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Was Jonas Lauck wollen, leider nicht. - Ergebnis WSOP Event #56Es kann auch sein, dass Du aufgrund von technischen Problemen dieses Fenster hier angezeigt bekommst — es gelten dann die selben hier getätigten Hinweise. Jonas Lauck has won 1 bracelets and 0 rings for total earnings of $, See all events where they placed in-the-money. 6/25/ · Jonas Lauck $, 2 Robert Bickley $, 3 Fernando Viana Da Costa $, 4 Markus Gonsalves $85, 5 Anil Jivani $62, 6 Aaron Pinson $46, Last week the World Championship of Online Poker Main event bought this year's festival to a close. It was won by won by Jonas "llJaYJaYll" Lauck who, if you read the report from last week, became increasingly dominant as the final played out. His reward was a first prize of more than $ million (he nixed two deals - more on that later), and the title of World Champion. The event started on August 16 and Day 1 was completed on August This super-turbo single-day event began Monday Exotic Cats, and just after midnight, it had played all the way down from 1, entrants to a nine-player final table, narrowly led by Germany's Lauck with his Use your social profile to sign in faster. However, he will have to face some really great opponents.
Kyle Montgomery bagged up 5,, Just two of the final eight players have previously won a bracelet. Jeremy Ausmus, who won his bracelet in , ended with the sixth-best stack at 3,,, while Will Jaffe, who won his bracelet in , ended.
There were 50 players still in the field when Day 3 began. Vincent Chauve ended Day 3 with 22,, chips and a decent lead over the rest of the field.
Bryan Kim sits second after finishing with 17,, while Anthony Kazgandjian is third with 15,, They topped the teams that survived Day 1 from the team field.
Christopher Kusha ended the day in third with , There are four WSOP bracelet winners still in the field. Things began anything but promisingly for Lauck as his ace-king fell to the ace-queen of "Olorionek" when the latter spiked a queen on the river.
Lauck was left with 2. Shortly thereafter, Lauck got it all back when he was dealt aces against the queens of Gambler First, Lauck doubled through him with aces against jacks.
That hand came after deal negotiations fell through and they commenced again with four left. By ticking this box I confirm I am happy to receive newsletters and marketing from PokerNews.
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Selected Region Global. Share: Facebook Twitter. In this Series. Show more posts Loading That was kind of lucky. One he won earlier…. Lucky perhaps, but you have to get into these positions to enjoy the luck, and more importantly take advantage of them.
But that went in the wrong direction and he… moved down in the chip counts. Even the best players start at small stakes.
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If the aces had got Lauck back into contention at the final, his handling of the two deal offers — five-handed and then four-handed — laid down the gauntlet to his opposition, who quickly realised they come up against someone not prepared to cede his advantage by an inch.
Lauck explained his thinking.