Day 2 of the Triton Million event is set to get underway at 8:00 a.m. ET on Friday with 36 players in contention for the massive £19 million first prize. Read a recap of the Day 1 action right here on PokerGO as well as a fun Twitter overview including some
Christoph Vogelsang found himself all in from the cutoff for about 40,000 on a flop of [js][8c[7s] against David Peters in the small blind. Peters was in the lead with his [ad][jd], but had to fade a lot of cards against Vogelsang's [qs][8s]. Vogelsang needed an eight, queen, or spade to
Rick Salomon raised to 5,500 from the cutoff and Christoph Vogelsang three-bet to 18,500 on the button. Salomon called and they went heads-up to a flop of [qs][8c][8s]. Vogelsang checked and so did Salomon. The turn was the [3c] and Salomon bet 10,000. Vogelsang called. The river was the [2c] and
From under the gun, Stephen Chidwick shoved all in for 21,500 and Christoph Vogelsang isolated from the cutoff for his entire stack of 67,000. Chidwick: [th][tc] Vogelsang: [jc][jd] The dealer spread a [9d][4d][kc][5s][2c] board and Vogelsand eliminated Chidwick and forced him to use his first add on for 100,000.
On a board that read [8s][8c][qc][8d][ks], 2017 Super High Roller Bowl Champion Christoph Vogelsang was put to a decision for the last of his chips by Rick Salomon. Vogelsang eventually made the call tabling [3d][3c] for a full house. Salomon however revealed his [qs][9c] for a bigger full house, and Vogelsang was