Alex Foxen was all in for 78,000 from middle position and David Peters followed suit in the cutoff for his 68,000. Ben Yu called on the button and had both his opponents at risk. Foxen: [KcQh] Peters: [KhJd] Yu: [AhKs] The board ran out [6h6sTd9sAc] and Yu eliminated Peters and forced Foxen to add-on.
We caught the action on the river with Anthony Zinno firing out a 60,000-chip bet on a [7s9dTh9s9h] board. David Peters, the only other player left in the hand, contemplated his move for nearly 30 seconds before mucking his cards. Zinno showed the [Td] and scooped the pot.
Action picked up on the flop which was [6cKsAc] and Ben Yu fired out a bet of 22,000. David Peters tanked for about 20 seconds before deciding to put his opponent all-in. Yu made the snap call. Peters: [AdTd] Yu: [AsJc] The [Kh] hit on the turn and it was followed by the
David Peters moved all-in with [Jc9c] and got everyone to fold except Martin Zamani who made the call with [AcKh] and had a smaller stack. The board ran out [Js7cKdAh7h], which gave Zamani aces-up and a winning hand. Peters is now on a short stack.
Following a strong start, Sean Perry dropped to 31,000 but found a fortunate double-up against David Peters. Perry moved all-in pre-flop with [AsQc] and was called by the 2016 GPI Player of the Year Peters who had [AcTs]. The board ran out [Js8h8d9dKc] for Perry, and he doubled through.
David Peters opened to 2,500 in middle position and Tim Reilly called from the big blind. The flop landed [8s5h6c] and Reilly checked to Peters who bet 2,500. Reilly called, and then checked the 3d] on the turn. Peters bet 14,000, and Reilly folded.
David Peters opened the cutoff to 2,500 and Rainer Kempe three-bet the button to 9,000. From the big blind, Sean Perry cold four-bet to 29,000, and both Peters and Kempe folded.