Vogelsang Finds an Ace to Eliminate Schemion
Just three hands after Christoph Vogelsang took a big pot off Ole Schemion, the two Germans collided once again.
It began when action folded to Vogelsang on the button and he raised to 90,000. Patrik Antonius folded the small blind, and Schemion thought for about 40 seconds before moving all in for 925,000. Vogelsang leaned back in his chair and hit the tank for a brief spell.
"Call," Vogelsang eventually whispered. Schemion confidently tabled the , and he was well out in front of Vogelsang's . In fact, according to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, Schemion had a 71.11% chance of surviving the hand while Vogelsang would come from behind just 28.59%.
Much to Schemion's dismay, this was one of those times as the flop paired Vogelsang's ace. A clearly frustrated Schemion slapped the table to say, "Good game," and began to get out of his seat. The dealer burned and turned the , which prompted Schemion to begin removing his microphone. When the completed the board on the river, he handed the sound equipment to the TV crew and made a beeline out the door.
Schemion's elimination leaves just nine players, which means they'll combine to one table. We'll have that draw and updated counts for you in a few minutes.