Sean Winter raised to 140,000 in the hijack, and Nick Petrangelo moved all in from the button for 190,000. Winter called. Winter: [KhKc] Petrangelo: [7h7s] The board ran out [5c4d8h2hAd] and Petrangelo was eliminated in seventh place.
Sam Soverel raised to 40,000 from middle position and Nick Petrangelo called in the big blind. The flop landed [2dTc5h] and Petrangelo check-called a bet of 20,000. The turn fell the [Js], and after Petrangelo checked, Soverel used a time extension and then checked behind. Both players checked the [9d] on the
Nick Petrangelo raised to 50,000 from middle position and Sergi Reixach called in the big blind. The flop landed [3h8cJs] and Reixach check-called a bet of 30,000 from Petrangelo. The [Td] and [Jd] checked through on the turn and river, and Reixach tabled his [9h8s] and Petrangelo mucked.
Nick Petrangelo raised to 35,000 in the hijack and Orpen Kisacikoglu used a time extension before moving all in for 290,000 from the button. From the small blind, Sam Soverel shoved for roughly 1.2 million, and Petrangelo folded. Kisacikoglu: [AhTd] Soverel: [AdAs] The board ran out [3cKdQs9hJh] and Kisacikoglu rivered Broadway to double
With the board reading [KhQc3dQh5d] and the pot at around 130,000, Ben Heath shoved all in for 310,000 and Nick Petrangelo called. Heath tabled his [JcTc] for jack-high, and Petrangelo revealed his [5c5s] for a rivered full house.
In the moments that followed the final river card being dealt in the $50,000 High Roller at the 2019 World Series of Poker, Andrew Lichtenberger embraced the victor before quietly leaving the stage. Britain’s Ben Heath was left standing behind an empty table, looking around the room while friends and
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