Adrian Mateos opened to 1.2 million in the hijack and Daniel Dvoress just flat-called on the button. The flop came and Mateos continued for 2.8 million. Dvoress called and the landed on the turn.
Both players checked and the completed the board. Mateos used a time extension before shipping all in for around 8.4 million. Dvoress quickly looked back at his cards and made the call. Mateos tabled but Dvoress held for a better two pair.
Dvoress recently took a chunk of chips from Roberto Romanello and with the recent influx from Mateos, he is not holding a commanding chip lead over the rest of the field.