Sean Perry opened under-the-gun to 2,000 and Sean Winter, in the big blind, three-bet to 8,000. Perry made the call. The flop came [KhKs6s] and Winter checked. Perry fired out 10,000 and his opponent looked him up. The turn came [3d] and Perry moved all-in for about the size of the
Koray Aldemir was all in for his last 140,000 holding [6s6h] against Sean Perry and his [KsQs]. The board ran out [4s5dAh8c2h] and Aldemir doubled through.
Sean Perry was just eliminated by Stephen Chidwick, and after re-entering for his final time, Perry drew the same seat he just departed from.
With the board reading [Tc2h5h7h] and the action heads up Sean Perry bet 20,000. Koray Aldemir made the call. The river landed the [Ac] and Perry bet 51,000. Aldemir quickly made the call. "Two pair," Perry announced as he tabled [7c5s]. Aldemir mucked and Perry collected the pot to move over the
Sean Perry bet 28,000 on the turn when the board showed [TdAcQs8s]. Lazaro Hernandez moved all in and Perry called for 114,500. The two players showed their hands and Hernandez ([AsQc]) was ahead of Perry ([AdJd]). When [Kd] came on the river, Perry's tournament life was spared and he doubled to over
Lazaro Hernandez limped from middle position and Ricky Guan called on the button. Koray Aldemir folded in the small blind and Sean Perry utilized his option and made it 6,000 to go. Hernandez and Guan both made the call. The flop came [3c9d6h] and the action checked through. The turn was the [Jc] and
Lazaro Hernandez is the first player eliminated today after running into Sean Perry's two pair with [QxJx]. Hernandez immediately re-entered and drew the same table and seat that he began at.
On a flop of [TcThJc], Anthony Zinno checks to Sean Perry who bets his final 79,000. Justin Bonomo called on the button, and when the action returned to Zinno, he moved all in for 760,000 and Bonomo folded. Zinno: [AcTs] Perry: [KcJh] The turn of the [Jd] thrust Perry into the lead, and
We caught the action on the river with an already big pot brewing between big stacks Sean Perry and Justin Bonomo. The board read [7sAcKd8hJh]. Perry fired out a river bet of 75,000 and it didn't take Bonomo long before he mucked his card. He continues trending upward following a rocky