Seated under the gun, Peter Chien opened for 400,000. It folded to Kuljindur Sidhu in the hijack who three-bet to 1,075,000. This got rid of the cutoff, button, and both blinds and Chien asked how much Sidhu was playing. After some glaring at the stack, using a time extension card, Chien eventually called.
The flop came and Chien checked. Sidhu bet 900,000 and Chien called.
The same was seen on the turn with Chien checking, Sidhu betting (2.2 million this time) and Chien calling.
The on the river completed the board making it paired and four to a straight for the heads up duo. Chien checked again and Sidhu wasted little time shoving all in for a little under 6 million in chips.
Chien called showing . Sidhu tabled and exited in 61st place, the last player to go out before the money.
Also all in on the bubble (and having to sweat through the former hand, cards down) was Michael Allmrodt, who’d moved in on the small blind for under 3,500,000 over a button raise to 425,000 from Ondrej Goetz. Goetz called with and found Allmrodt with . The board brought and that meant a double for Allmrodt on the very last hand of Day 2.
The remaining sixty players return to the felt tomorrow for Day 3 of the partypoker MILLIONS UK Main Event in the Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham. They’ll be joined by the sixteen players that made their way through to Day 3 online at partypoker.
An extensive recap of today’s action, the official chip counts, and seat draw will posted shortly.