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|Blinduri||25,000 / 50,000|
Hand #39: Michael Zucchet opened with a raise to 75,000. Action folded to Kenneth Gregersen who moved all in for 675,000. When action folded back around to Zucchet who opened folded his . Gregersen showed his as he scooped in the pot.
Hand #40: Gregersen opened the pot with a raise to 75,000. From the small blind, Barry Hutter announced that he was all in. Bazeley folded his big, but Gregersen called quickly all in for his 835,000 chips.
Gregersen got an extreme sweat when the board came down . The on the turn was no help to Hutter and it kept Gregersen in the lead, but the was just the card Hutter was looking for on the river. With that, he was able to scoop the entire huge pot and all of Gregersen's chips as Gregersen was sent to the payout desk to collect his winnings.
Hand #35: Barry Hutter raised to 65,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #36: Philippe Clerc raised to 65,000 under the gun, and everyone else folded.
Hand #37: Jason Bigelow raised to 65,000, and Kenneth Gregersen called from the small blind. Philippe Clerc then three-bet to 145,000 from the big blind. Bigelow folded, and Gregersen called the additional 80,000. The flop came , and Gregersen checked. Clerc continued for 100,000. Gregersen folded, and Clerc won the pot.
Hand #38: Mattias Bednarek raised to 60,000, and Kenneth Gregersen three-bet all in for 530,000. Bednarek folded and Gregersen pulled in the pot.
Hand #32: Barry Hutter opened to 65,000 from the button and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #33: Matthias Bednarek opened the pot with a raise to which Kenneth Gregersen moved all in for 580,000. Action folded back to Bednarek and he folded as well.
Hand #34: From under the gun Bednarek opened to 60,000. Action folded then to Barry Hutter who reraised to 160,000. Action folded to Michael Zucchet in the small blind who reraised all in for 480,000. Hutter thought briefly before making the call.
Zucchet was way ahead and he stayed ahead on the flop. He maintained his lead on the turn and he was able to dodge a nine on the river. That allowed him to double up through Hutter.
Hand 28: Michael Zucchet pushed all in for 450,000 and nobody called.
Hand 29: Joseph Wertz open-raised all in for 330,000 and won the pot.
Hand 30: Kenneth Gregersen raised to 65,000, and Barry Hutter called from the big blind. The flop came , and both players checked. The turn was the , and Hutter led out for 90,000. Gregersen called, adn the completed the board. Hutter bet 335,000. Gregersen called, and Hutter turned over . Gregersen mucked, and Hutter pulled in the big pot.
Hand 31: Philippe Clerc raised to 65,000, and Barry Hutter three-bet to 515,000 from the small blind. Clerc moved all in for 460,000 and Hutter called. The players turned up their hands.
The board ran out , and Clerc won the pot with his set of jacks. He doubled up to 1,030,000, while Hutter's stack took a hit.
Hand #26: Action folded to Barry Hutter who raised to 65,000. Everyone folded and Hutter took down the antes and blinds.
Hand #27: From the button Matthias Bednarek moved all in for 351,000 and he received a quick call from Philippe Clerc in the big blind after Kenneth Gregersen folded the small.
Bednarek was in huge trouble, but he was bailed out when the flop came . The on the turn was no help to Clerc who was now behind and the came one street to late to give Clerc any extra outs. With that, Bednarek doubled while Clerc took a minor hit to his stack.
Hand #20: Everyone folded to Philippe Clerc, who raised to 65,000 in the small blind. Dana Castaneda called from the big blind, and the flop came . Clerc bet out for 50,000, and Castaneda quickly raised to 110,000. Clerc folded, and Castaneda won the pot.
Hand #21: Barry Hutter got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #22: Barry Hutter raised to 70,000 from the small blind. Jacob Bazeley then moved all-in from the big blind, prompting a fold from Hutter, and Bazeley pulled in the pot.
Hand #23: Joseph Wertz open-shoved all in, and nobody called. Wertz won the blinds and antes.
Hand #24: Kenneth Gregersen raised to 70,000, and nobody called.
Hand #25: Phillippe Clerc raised to 65,000, and Dana Castaneda was the only caller. The flop fell . Clerc bet 50,000, and Castaneda called. The dealer then turned the , and Clerc checked. Castaneda bet 85,000, and Clerc folded.
Hand #15: Action folded to Barry Hutter who raised to 65,000. Everyone folded and Hutter took down the pot.
Hand #16: Philippe Clerc raised to 65,000 who opened from middle position. Action folded around and he was awarded the antes and the blinds.
Hand #17: From under the gun Kenneth Gregersen opened to 65,000. Action folded to Barry Hutter who reraised to 180,000. Action was folded all the way back around to Gregersen who folded as well after thinking about it for a bit.
Hand #18: Jacob Bazeley opened the pot with a raise to 65,000. In the next seat over Jason Bigelow reraised to 175,000. Bazeley folded and Bigelow was pushed the pot.
Hand #19: Michael Zucchet opened with a raise to 75,000. Everyone folded and Zucchet was awarded the pot.
Hand #14: Michael Zucchet raised to 75,000. Dana Castaneda then moved all in for 255,000. Zucchet called and turned over . Castaneda showed .
The board came , giving Castaneda a set of sevens for the win. She doubled up again and now sits with 550,000.