October 20, 2015
Monaco Cavendish 2015
Le Fairmont 19-23 de octubre
Standings after the RR:
The time everyone is waiting for, the auction time, is coming tonight. 58 open pairs and 26 ladies pairs will be sold. The same charismatic association of last year, as masters of ceremony: Christina Lund Madsen and Zia Mahmood.
ADVICES FOR TONIGHT AUCTIONS
Open pairs Hot favorites: Buras – Narkiewicz (Poland) Helgemo – Hellness (Monaco) Hurd – Demuy (USA)
Sure in the first five Quantin – Lorenzini (France)
Risky bet Gromov – Dubinin (Russia)
Estas son las predicciones para Ladies:
Hot favorites Willard – Cronier (France) Baldysz – Sarniak (Poland)
Sure in the first five Frey – D’Ovidio (France)
Risky Bet Lu – Liu (China
Did you know?
Playing in the Cavendish teams
Players from 14 different countries: China, Denmark, England, France, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, USA.
2 worldwide known poker players: Gus Hansen (Denmark) and Michel Abecassis (France).
6 women players: Kiki Ward-Platt (France) and Agnes Snellers (Netherlands) and an all ladies team from China.
7 previous winners of the Cavendish teams in Monaco: Michel and Thomas Bessis, Eidi Grey, Vassili Vroustis, Jacek Pszczola, John Diamond, Wubbo de Boer.
Playing in the Cavendish Ladies pairs
Players from 12 different countries: China, Denmark, France, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Monaco, Norway, Poland, Russia, Sweden, USA.
All 6: the 2015 World Champions: Debora Campagnano, Benedicte Cronier, Babeth Hugon, Vanessa Reess, Sylvie Willard, Joanna Zochowska.
2 previous winners of the Cavendish Ladies pairs in Monaco: Nathalie Frey and Sylvie Willard.
Playing in the Cavendish open pairs
Players from 22 different countries: Argentina, Bulgaria, Belgium, Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, USA.
3 women players: Janet de Botton, Magdalena Ticha, Maija Romanvska.
4 previous winners of the Cavendish open pairs in Monaco: Krzysztof Buras, Grzegorz Narkiewicz, Ivan Nanev, Rossen Gunev