Harrison Gimbel, who won the 2010 PCA for $2.2 million, opened for 3,200 from middle position and Richard Seymour defended from the small blind. The player in the big came along, and three players saw a flop of .
Two checks opened the door for Gimbel to continue for 3,600, and only Seymour called to see the turn. Both players checked, the completed the board on the river, and Seymour bet 5,200. Gimbel folded and Seymour flashed him pocket tens.
A total of 28 Spin & Go players who won a package for the PokerStars Championship Bahamas, haven't shown up. That money is still going into the prize pool, though, so that's quite literally free money for the players who did participate. The total amount of entries into the event is 738. Prize pool information is to follow shortly.
Thomas Lefort raised to 3,600 from middle position and the player on the button called. Norway's Stig Moen then three-bet all in for 8,800 from the small blind, both his opponents called, and the flop came down .
Both players checked, and then Lefort check-called a bet of 8,600 from his opponent on the button when the appeared on the turn. When the completed the board on the river, Lefort checked for a third time and then folded to a bet of 11,500.
The player on the button showed the , but Moen had gotten lucky on the turn to make two pair with the . Ship the triple to Moen.
We just caught the showdown portion of an interesting hand, but the winner of the hand was kind enough to fill us in on the details after he was done stacking his newfound chips.
Andjelko Andrejevic, who won the 2015 ACOP High Roller back in 2015 and won a Deepstack Extravaganza event and the WPT Amsterdam in 2016, opened the button for 3,500. Brazilian player Fabio Sousa called from the big blind.
Sousa check-called 4,000 on and check-called another 6,500 on the turn before he checked a third time on the river. Andrejevic bet 18,000 and Sousa shoved for 45,000 or so. Andrejevic was quick to call with his for rivered quads. Sousa just stood there aghast and open mucked his .
Jessica Dawley has busted out of the PokerStars Championship Bahamas Main Event here on Day 2.
Betting to 3,400 preflop from the hijack position, she got one caller to a flop of . Checked to, Dawley continued for 2,800 and again got a call.
On the turn of , Dawley bet 5,300, and her opponent check-called again. However, on the river, her bet of 5,000 was check-raised all-in. Only having around 7,00 let, Dawley called and flipped over her hand of , but her opponent held and had flopped a set. Dawley headed for the door.