Poker, that's what. Currently featured on the live stream on PokerGO is this line-up: Seat Player 1 Chris Neesam 2 Usman Ulhaq 3 Christopher Kyriacou 4 Ben Heath 5 Liv Boeree 6 Hossein Ensan 7 Ludovic Geilich 8 Francisco Carreira A penny or two in prior earnings amongst this lot.
The chips were already in the middle, the full board out, a total pot of more than 3.5 million. A last bet of 1,450,000 was the amount being counted out in front of Ben Heath. Milad Langar had to match this to award him his full double through, which he
Kahle Burns has emerged victorious in the $25,500 Super High Roller, taking the title and $350,000 top prize after a day with more twists and turns than the Monaco Grand Prix. His final opponent, Igor Kurganov, at one time held a chip lead that seemed unassailable, but Burns was never
Ben Heath did not have any sort of heater period today, but has finished his run at the $25,500 Super High Roller with a podium finish worth $150,000. His final hand saw him face yet another Igor Kurganov small-to-big blind shove. This time he considered his [Jc9s], his remaining 3,450,000
Something had to give, and it was a battle of the preflop aces that eliminated one of the two hard-to-bust short stacks. Preben Stokkan moved in on the cutoff with [ah8h] for 1,280,000 and small blind Ben Heath reshoved for 2,400,000 with [ackd] (big blind Kahle Burns folding his own
Steve O'Dwyer, having three-bet jammed [KcJc] (no call) one hand prior, tangled with Ben Heath thusly: he made it 320,000 to go from the cutoff with [as2s], Heath defending his big blind with [ts7s]. Flop: [7cjd9s]. Heath check-called O'Dwyer's bet of 440,000. Turn: [qd]. Check to O'Dwyer again, who bet 530,000. Heath,