Online poker legend Viktor Blom has established himself as one of the top contenders in the Super High Roller Bowl Online Series notching up a win and a second-place on partypoker last night. Blom was outlasted by Dan Smith in the $25k which was streamed live on PokerGO while taking
Luc Greenwood raised to 10,000 from the button. George Wolff moved all in for 84,000 from the big blind. Greenwood called. Greenwood: [th][tc] Wolff: [ah][ad] "I'm going to lose this one," Wolff said, before the dealer produced the [6h][4c][td] flop, sending Greenwood to the lead with a set of tens. "It's been
George Wolff raised to 8,000 on the button and Sean Winter defended his big blind to reveal the [QsAc9c] flop. Winter checked, and Wolff continued for 5,500. Winter called, and then checked the [4s] on the turn. Wolff bet out four yellow 5,000 denomination chips and announced an inaudible bet amount. Winter
Matthias Eibinger raised to 8,000 in the cutoff and George Wolff called on the button. The flop landed [3c7hTh] and Eibinger checked. Wolff bet 17,000 and Eibinger folded.
On a flop of [9c4dAh], Orpen Kisacikoglu checked from out of the small blind, as did Yang Wang from under the gun. George Wolff bets out 6,000 next to act, and Kisacikoglu called. Wang check-raised to 19,000, and Wolff called as Kisacikoglu folded. The turn landed the [Ac] and Wang bet out
George Wolff raised to 4,500 from the hijack and was called by Orpen Kisacikoglu in the big blind. The flop came [qh][kd][3h] and Kisacikoglu checked. Wolff continued for 3,500. Kisacikoglu called. The [6s] dropped on the turn and Kisacikoglu checked once more. Wolff tossed out 16,000. Kisacikoglu snap-mucked.
George Wolff raised the cutoff to 23,000 and Alex Foxen called in the big blind. The flop landed [4d8c7s] and Foxen checked. Wolff continued for 16,000, and Foxen mucked.