Rodrigo Seji opened the cutoff for 240,000, a min-raise. Small blind Rainer Kempe shoved for about 2.7 million and the big blind folded. Seji tossed in a chip to call but the dealer and Kempe thought he tossed his initial raise in, indicating a fold. But it was, in fact,
He showed up a little later than everybody else, but he used his time at the live felt optimal. Daniel Rezaei (lead photo) qualified for Day 3 playing online at partypoker and started the Day with 19 million. When the dust had settled after eight levels of play on the
With registration open for entries and reentries untill the third level of Day 2 starts, the 50 entries needed to make the $500,000 guarantee doesn't seem to be a problem. The partypoker MILLIONS South America $10,300 High Roller Finale is already up to 32 entries and more players keep rolling
Brunno Botteon De Albuquerque was one of the online players who found their way to Day 3. He just doubled up Chino Rheem and Rheem, and his neighbor Rainer Kempe, were kind enough to provide the details. De Albuquerque limped under the gun and another player limped as well. Rheem pushed
From the hijack, Rainer Kempe got his last 2.7 million in the middle with [KhTc] up against the [AcAs] of Mariano Mir on the button. Kempe was way behind but found a lucky run out to see him double: [Ks4s9h] [6c] [Kc]. Mir slammed the table in frustration as Kempe got his
The board read [8s7s6dkh] and Rainer Kempe checked to Felix Bleiker when there was about 1,000,000 in the middle already. Bleiker checked behind and the [9h] completed the board. Kempe went for a very small bet of 125,000 and was called by Bleiker but the [as9s] of Kempe was good enough
Freek Scholten was seen with a much shorter stack than before and was kind enough to tell us what had happened. Scholten opened from middle position holding [AxJx] off-suit and called Rainer Kempe's 1.4 millon cutoff jam with [9x9x]. The board brought nothing but bricks and Kempe doubled.
When we arrived, the board was already out in a hand between Rainer Kempe (cutoff) and the player under the gun. With [7d7hJc] [7c] [4h] on the table, Kempe was facing a bet of 400,000. The German high roller tanked long and hard and eventually called. His opponent showed [KhJd]