Nick Petrangelo and Joseph Cappello Eliminated by Sean Winter

On a flop of [Tc8d4d] with around 65,000 in the middle, Sean Winter checked from the big blind to Joseph Cappello in the hijack who bet 27,000. Nick Petrangelo called in the cutoff, and Winter check-raised to 90,000. Cappello shoved for roughly 115,000, and Petrangelo moved all in over the top

Nick Petrangelo vs. Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth raised to 9,000 in the cutoff and Nick Petrangelo called from the big blind. Both players checked the [6dJh8s] flop to reveal the [Tc] on the turn. Petrangelo bet out 12,000 and Hellmuth called as the river landed the [4d]. Petrangelo bet 40,000 and Hellmuth folded.

Nick Petrangelo Doubles Through Larry Wright

Action folded to Nick Petrangelo on the button and he moved all in for his last 28,000. Larry Wright was next to act in the small blind and re-shoved for 36,000 and the action moved to Phil Hellmuth in the big blind. "How much more is it, cause I have a

Randall Emmett Bets Out Nick Petrangelo

On a final board reading [5h3dAsQh2c] with around 35,000 in the middle, Randall Emmett bet out 25,000 from the small blind. Nick Petrangelo used a time extension bank, and before his additional minute was about to expire, he folded.

Massive Cooler Sees Nick Petrangelo Eliminated; Foxen Grabs Massive Lead

(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Alex Foxen raised in the cutoff holding [kd][kc] and Justin Bonomo called in the small blind before Nick Petrangelo three-bet the big blind to 70,000 with his [ts][td]. Foxen responded with a four-bet to 178,000, and Petrangelo called. The flop landed [5h][kh][3s] and Petrangelo checked to Foxen

Isaac Haxton Folds Top Pair to Nick Petrangelo

(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Nick Petrangelo raised from the hijack to 11,000 holding [ah][ad] before Isaac Haxton three-bet to 38,000 next to speak in the cutoff with [js][ts]. Petrangelo called, and the flop landed [3s][5h][jh]. Petrangelo checked and Haxton continued for 25,000. Petrangelo called as the turn landed the [4h] and

Sam Soverel Eliminated by Nick Petrangelo

(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Alex Foxen opened to 11,000 in the hijack before Sam Soverel moved all in for 113,000 from the cutoff. From the small blind, Nick Petrangelo called in the small blind, and Foxen folded. Soverel: [ac][kd] Petrangelo: [ah][ad] Soverel was at-risk and trailing heavily, and when the dealer ran out

Jason Koon Wins Race to Double

(from the PokerGO Live Stream) Jason Koon is all in holding [3c][3s] against Nick Petrangelo and his [ad][th]. The dealer spreads a [9s][7c][qc][5c][5d] board and Koon doubles through.