Dimitri Holdeew opened the action with a raise to 40,000 under the gun. Right next to him sat Tatu Maenpaa in the hijack and he made it 100,000 to go. A couple spots down Andrew Sweeney found himself a decision. From the small blind he pushed all in and the big blind, Holdeew and Maenpaa all made quick decisions. The first two quickly folded, Maenpaa quickly called.
As a result we're not entirely sure how much Sweeney had at that point. We are sure he had and we are sure he was in trouble as Maenpaa had .
The , and on the flop weren't any good for Sweeney. "An eight for a sweat?" he asked the dealer. The dealer did not oblige, the on the turn left Sweeney drawing dead. The on the river was there just to make it official.
Busted #EPTDeauville in 18th after cold 4b jamming 99 into AA , thanks for all the supportFollow @Ul_Duffer