Rainer Kempe is bleeding chips at the moment with the German player losing consecutive hands.
In the first Kempe opened the action from the button with a raise to 2,600 with Dan Shak making the call from the big blind.
Both players checked the flop with Shak then checking the turn. Kempe led out for 3,400 with the pot growing to 12,500 when Shak made the call.
The river brought checks from both players and Kempe turned over but it was not enough to beat Shak’s and he scooped the pot.
Kempe was the aggressor again in the next hand, opening to 2,500 from the cutoff only to see Ben Tollerene three-bet to the tune of 8,500 from the button.
Kempe called and it was heads-up to the flop, which Kempe checked. Tollerene fired out a bet of 6,000, which was enough to get Kempe to give it up and he dropped to 63,500.