|Блайндове||120,000 / 240,000|
Pascal Vos moved all in under the gun plus one for 890,000 and Robert Haigh called from the small blind. Alexander Helbig folded from the big blind and a heads-up showdown was upon us.
The board ran out and Vos stayed alive. Haigh is still firmly in second place after losing this pot.
Robert Haigh has taken on, and beaten, Daniel-Gai Pidun again.
Pidun raised the button to 360,000 and Haigh peeled from the big blind. No chips made it into the middle until the board rested as . There, Haigh bet one million and Pidun folded.
Daniel-Gai Pidun raised to 360,000 under the gun plus one and Robert Haigh called from the button. The flop rolled out and Pidun bet 320,000, Haigh made the call.
On the turn the hit and both players checked. The river brought the and Pidun check-folded to a 500,000-chip bet.
Right now Pascal Vos does, at it stopped him being eliminated in 6th place.
He open shoved for 1,180,000 from the button and Roman Herold called from the big blind.
The board ran to give them both the same hand.
Roman Herold was the short stack at the table when he decided to move all in from the button for 830,000. Julian Thomas went into the tank for a while before reshoving for 2,550,000. Robert Haigh was seated in the big blind and he had both players covered. Haigh called and that created a three-way all in.
The board ran out and the short stack tripled up while Thomas was knocked out by the hands of Haigh.
Daniel-Gai Pidun has crossed the ten million mark after taking Robert Haigh off a hand.
Haigh raised from under the gun and then checked all three streets of a board. Pidun was on the button and bet 325,000 on the river to take the pot down.
A crowd has settled down to watch the final table live at the Grand Hyatt Hotel. They can’t see much, but the view back at them shows two distinct tribes. Click through to the PokerStars Blog.