Eric Baldwin limped from the small blind and Jorryt van Hoof checked his option. They checked to the turn of a [9d3h2cJh] board where van Hoof bet 75,000. Baldwin check-raised to 205,000 and van Hoof called. The river was the [9s] and both players checked. Baldwin showed [8h7h], while van Hoof showed [QcTd]
With about 1,200,000 in the pot and the board reading [7cKhQs6c], Jorryt van Hoof checked from the big blind and Benny Glaser checked from the cutoff. Martin Mulsow shoved for 1,075,000 from the button, van Hoof confirmed the count before he reshoved and Glaser folded. Van Hoof: [Kd4d] Mulsow: [JdTd] Van Hoof was
Koray Aldemir raised to 25,000 in the hijack and Jorryt van Hoof three-bet to 125,000 in the cutoff. Action folded back to Aldemir, and he called as the flop landed [4d9d2d]. Aldemir check-called a bet of 105,000 before both players checked the [Qc] on the turn. The river landed the [3s] and Aldemir
Stephen Chidwick raised to 35,000 in the cutoff and Jorryt van Hoof moved all in for 71,000 from the big blind. Chidwick called. Chidwick: [KhQcJh6c] Van Hoof: [KsKc9h7h] The board ran out [Js6s3hKdAs] and van Hoof doubled through.
Midway through the highest stakes week of the year, Chance Kornuth holds the Poker Masters Championship points lead. Kornuth opened the series with back-to-back runner up finishes and he has another chance at a podium finish after bagging the Event #5 final table chip lead. Kornuth's overwhelming advantage in the first