There are some very fluid chipstacks right now three-handed in this Event #2 final table and at the latest break, it’s Sam Soverel who is rising in the counts.
Stephen Chidwick had against Soverel’s hand of on a board of , which saw Chidwick bet again to sneak over a million chips.
Soverel then bet 105,000 which was called by chip leader George Wolff. Soverel’s hand of hit the flop of well, with Wolff’s behind at that stage. Both players checked flop and turn of , but the river saw Soverel lead out for 120,000, taking down the pot.
Chidwick’s hand of then flopped bottom set against Wolff’s with the flop coming a dramatic . Chidwick’s bet of 45,000 was only called by Wolff, but the turn and river of saw both players check it down and Wolff revealed his straight to win the hand.