Informações do Nível
|Blinds||30,000 / 60,000|
Philipp Gruissem opened the button and small blind David Peters shoved for 830,000. The big blind folded, Gruissem called.
The board ran out and Peters exited the tournament room.
John Juanda shoved from the cutoff for 550,000 and on the button, Joao Simao called all in for 225,000. Both blinds folded and it was time for the showdown.
Juanda had the better hand with pocket eigths as Simao tabled ace-seven suited.
No help on the board for the Brazilian player and he exited in 11th place.
Philipp Gruissem opened the button and big blind Rafael Moraes defended. Both players checked the flop of before Moraes pushed on the turn.
The river was a blank and Moraes exited the tournament room.
The players are on a 20-minute dinner break. A visual chip count courtesy of the dealers:
|Seat||Player||Chip Count||Table 2||Chip Count|
|1||Oliver Weis||475,000||Steve O'Dwyer||1,840,000|
|4||Daniel Dvoress||430,000||John Juanda||455,000|
|5||Philipp Gruissem||1,250,000||Joao Simao||325,000|
|7||Rafael Moraes||370,000||Nick Petrangelo||690,000|
|8||Justin Bonomo||955,000||Jason Mercier||375,000|
Justin Bonomo shoved the button and small blind short stack Oliver Weis folded. Big blind Daniel Dvoress tanked for some time, used a time bank chip, and called for 207,000.
The board came and Dvoress doubled.
Philipp Gruissem put maximum pressure on and got it in from the cutoff. Big blind Justin Bonomo looked him upt with , Gruissem had .
The flop came , pairing Gruissem and giving him a flush draw. The on the turn and on the river were, however, harmless, and Bonomo doubled.
Action folded to Steve O'Dwyer in the small blind and he shoved. Big blind Mikita Badziakouski called for 129,000.
The board came and Badziakouski said: "Easy money!"
As O'Dwyer parted ways with a small portion of his chips, Baziakouski continued: "This is the second hand I played since the dinner break. I really need that €50,000!"