Chip leader Andrew Graham is maintaining (if not really increasing) his c. 4 million chip stack during Level 6, most recently playing a pot against Nicola Angelini. On a flop, Graham check-raised Angelini (from 60,000 to 120,000) and Angelini made the call.
The turn made the three a triplet: . No bet from either player.
The river was the . Graham now led out for 200,000, called fairly quickly by Angelini.
The sevens were the only card that mattered; chop the pot with a full house for the pair of them.
Tamer Kamel was first to act and limped in under the gun. His neighbor Dietrich Fast over limped and Roberto Romanello (hijack) came along for 16,000 as well. Simon Deadman folded but the other players called with Jeff Kimber (button), Chris Moorman (small blind), and Jack Sinclair (big blind) all joining in.
The flop came and the blinds checked. Kamel bet 75,000 and just Fast called, all other players folded.
As soon as the hit the turn, Kamel shoved for about 190,000. Fast didn’t hesitate and called.
With Kamel drawing dead, he was already getting up to make his exit. The completed the board but was inconsequential for Kamel who had already left.
8,000 / 16,000
Big Blind Ante
Kahle Burns, who won the $25,500 Super High Roller last night, was seen squaring off against his neighbor Anh Do.
We picked up the action on the flop as Burns bet 103,000 from the small blind on . Do called and he called the 150,000-bet on the turn as well. The on the river saw the couple slow down a bit as Burns and Do checked.
“Ace high,” Burns said as he showed . Do took it down tabling .
The table of death is one to keep an eye on, but the table next to it isn’t one to forget about either. That table includes four WSOP Main Event final table players, including Ryan Riess who won the WSOP Main Event back in 2013 for $8,361,570. Riess wouldn’t get involved in this hand, but the other three did.
November Niner Vojtech Ruzicka (5th in 2016 for $1,935,288) opened the action from early position and Chino Rheem (7th in 2008 for $1,772,650) called. Antoine Saout (3rd in 2009 for $3,479,670 and 5th in 2017 for $2,000,000) squeezed from the big blind before Ruzicka, who started the hand with 1.1 million, four-bet. Rheem got out of the way but Saout wasn’t going anywhere and the two ended up all in.
Ruzicka was in an excellent position to double up but the poker gods decided differently: [Kh10d8h] .
With the fourth heart on the river, Saout made a flush and Ruzicka was left empty-handed.
Our attention was drawn by a preflop pot of over 475,000 built between cutoff Arran Fletcher and button Thomas Boivin. The cards they’d paid for: . Fletcher led out for 150,000 (with just over 500,000 behind). Boivin made the call.
The juicy pot got no juicier. Both players checked the turn and river and showed their hands:
Boivin: – he took the pot and is up around the 2 million chip mark.
Rosario Sgammato raised to 26,000 under the gun +1, called by Kacper Pyzara on the button and Christoph Vogelsang in the small blind. The flop of saw a continue for 34,000 from Sgammato with only Pyzara coming along for the ride to the turn. Sgammato led out for 80,000, called once again. The river brought the and this time Sgammato checked. Over to Pyzara who took over a minute to decide what to do. His decision: bet 250,000, which won him the pot without showdown.
We got there on the flop as Joao Vieira was betting 85,000 into a pot of 303,000 on [AdAh10h] from the big blind. Andreas Christoforou called from the button.
The on the turn saw Vieira bet 155,000. Christoforou used a time extension card before he flatted.
As the on the river completed the board, Vieira checked. Christoforou used another time extension card and eventually shoved all in. Vieira folded.
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