He showed up a little later than everybody else, but he used his time at the live felt optimal. Daniel Rezaei (lead photo) qualified for Day 3 playing online at partypoker and started the Day with 19 million. When the dust had settled after eight levels of play on the
Right around the time the players went on break, Chino Rheem busted. Marty Mathis told us the details of the hand. Lineu Penteado opened and Chino Rheem, having only looked at one of his cards, had a back and forth about going all in and eventually did just that. Penteado called. Lineu
In a pre-flop clash between Dzmitry Urbanovich (hijack)and Chino Rheem (cutoff), all the chips went in the middle with the former at risk for his 9,125,000-stack. Dzmitry Urbanovich: [AsAh] Chino Rheem: [9s9c] It came [Kc6h3d] [Tc] [Ad] and Urbanovich doubled.
Brunno Botteon De Albuquerque was one of the online players who found their way to Day 3. He just doubled up Chino Rheem and Rheem, and his neighbor Rainer Kempe, were kind enough to provide the details. De Albuquerque limped under the gun and another player limped as well. Rheem pushed
Diego Zeiter, who qualified for Day 3 of this event online, has just been eliminated. He opened for 2.5 million with about a million behind. Big blind Chino Rheem wanted to put him all in but didn't commit enough chips so it was rules a call. On the flop of [5s9d5d],
Chino Rheem raised to 500,000 from early position and Tunay Husnu Ece three-bet to 1,600,000. Rheem called after the other players all folded. The flop fell [qc5h5d] and Rheem checked. Husnu Ece bet all in for 5,575,000 and he put Rheem in a tough spot. He had to use up all
Chino Rheem sat on the button when it folded to him. He raised to 500,000 and small blind Tatyana Barausova pushed all in for her last 2,050,000. Rheem called after having to use one time extension card. Rheem showed [jh9s] and said: ''That's not good'' when he saw Barausova open up
Another day of poker just wrapped up at the Enjoy Punta del Este Resort & Casino in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Luis Gustavo Kamei bagged the chip lead with 4,210,000 chips and he is followed by Luis Gustavo (4,100,000), Rainer Kempe (2,750,000), and Chino Rheem (2,730,000). Defending Champion Marty Mathis