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Dia 1 Terminado
Andrew Pantling Wins the €50,000 Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em (€95,000)
We were away for a bit, preoccupied with the action over in the €1,000,000 Big One for One Drop Extravaganza Main Event. When we returned to the €50,000 Heads Up event, it was already over.
Talal Shakerchi had won the first match but Andrew Pantling had gotten back to even winning the second match.
The third match went to Pantling as well. In the last hand the two of them had gotten it in before the flop with Pantling holding up against the of Shakerchi.
The board had run out and Pantling earned €95,000 and the One Drop bracelet.
Talal Shakerchi Pulls Ahead
Talal Shakerchi currently holds a lead of about 3-1 over Andrew Pantling. If he wins again, he'll close out the matchup and earn his second victory in a side event here at Casino de Monte Carlo
Back to Even
Pantling and Shakerchi are battling it out on one of the outer tables while the €1,000,000-buy-in tournament is going on on the main stage. The two are back to even, both have about 100,000 in chips. Shakerchi still leads 1 to 0.
Heads Up Photos
Shakerchi Goes One Up
It's first blood to Talal Shakerchi in the best of three heads-up match against Andrew Pantling. He's 1-0 up and match two is just getting started.
Shakerchi Into The Lead
Talal Shakerchi has turned it around in the first of the best of three heads-up match against Andrew Pantling. He now leads 120,000 to 80,000.
Pantling Wins a Small One
Shakerchi was up to 80,000 but just lost a bit again.
Pantling raised to 4,000 and Shakerchi called. Shakerchi check-called 4,000 on before both of them checked on turn. The river came the and Shakerchi check-called a small bet by Pantling, but ucked upon being shown by the Canadian former pro.
Shakerchi Gets Some Back
Andrew Pantling min-raised to 3,200 and Talal Shakerchi smooth called. On the flop Pantling bet 4,000 and Shakerchi flat called. The turn checked through and the fell on the river. Pantling bet 6,000 and Shakerchi check-called. Pantling mucked his hand and Shakerchi didn't have to show his to claim the pot.
Best of Three
The format chosen for the event is a best out of 3 match. You have to win 2 matches to win the event and bracelet.