Christoph Vogelsang had and Stephen Chidwick three-bet to . Timothy Adams, holding , four-bet all-in for 283,000, and when Vogelsang got out of the way, Chidwick snap-called with the rockets.
The board of saw Chidwick double with ease and Timothy Adams slide down to just four big blinds.
Chidwick made it 9,000 in the next hand with and Vogelsang woke up with , three-betting to 48,000. Chidwick dodged those bullets like he was in The Matrix.
Timothy Adams then moved all-in with for 15,000 and Christoph Vogelsang raised to 26,000, Chidwick four-bet to 60,000 and Vogelsang made the call.
The flop saw Vogelsang check-call Chidwick’s bet of 30,000. The turn saw both Vogelsang and Chidwick both check, Adams picking up the spade draw without knowing it.
The river of saw Vogelsang and Chidwick both check, and it was the German who raked in the chips as Timothy Adams busted, walking away from the table in 9th place.