|Блайндове||30,000 / 60,000|
Hand 31: Byron Kaverman opened under the gun and Jean-Noel Thorel called from the big blind with . Both checked the flop of and they checked too on the turn. The completed the board and Thorel check-folded toKaverman's 60,000 into 142,000 bet.
Hand 32: Erik Seidel opened the cutoff for 55,000 with just the showing. He took down the blinds and antes as everyone folded.
Hand 33: Jean-Noel Thorel opened the button with for 60,000. Byron Kaverman in the small blind with three-bet to 200,000. Thorel called in position as soon as the big blinds folded.
The flop came and Kaverman checked.Thorel bet 300,000 into 444,000 with 336,000 behind. Kaverman folded.
Hand 29: Byron Kaverman bet enough to cover his opponents with on the button but Benjamin Pollak woke up with in the small blind.
The board ran out and Pollak dodged some outs to score a much needed double up.
Hand 30: Erik Seidel moved all-in from the small blind holding and Steve O'Dwyer put him at risk calling out of the big blind with .
A runout gave Seidel quads and he was pushed the pot.
Hand 22: In the small blind, Byron Kaverman shoved with . Benjamin Pollak looked at his cards one by one and folded .
Hand 23: Jean-Noel Thorel with in the cutoff made it 75,000 to go for the players behind him. His neighbor, Byron Kaverman on the button, woke up with and three-bet to 245,000. The blinds folded and Thorel folded.
Hand 24: Thorel opened for 55,000 under the gun and he took down the blinds and antes.
Hand 25: Jean-Noel Thorel received a walk in the big blind with an showing, small blind O'Dwyer had just six-deuce.
Hand 26: We missed this hand because of a segment on the stream.
Hand 27: We missed this hand because of a segment on the stream.
Hand 28: Byron Kaverman shoved all in from the small blind with . Pollak had in the big blind but he folded.
Hand 17: Steve O'Dwyer limped in the cutoff with , Byron Kaverman called out of the small blind holding , and Benjamin Pollak checked his option with . O'Dwyer bet on the flop and won the pot.
Hand 18: Jean-Noel Thorel looked down at and opened to 52,000. Erik Seidel defended his big blind with and the two saw a flop. Two checks followed the on the turn and again with the on the river. Seidel won with his pair of kings.
Hand 19: Kaverman open with and everyone folded.
Hand 20: Kaverman opened with from under-the-gun and Thorel called with out of the big blind. Both players checked the flop and Thorel bet 55,000 when the hit on the turn. The completed the board and Thorel won the pot with a bet of 100,000.
Hand 21: Thorel limped with and folded when Kaverman raised to 90,000 with .
Hand 12: Jean-Noel Thorel limped the button with and Byron Kaverman completed the small blind with . Benjamin Pollak in the big blind checked to see a flop with .
It came and the blinds checked. Thorel bet 30,000 and Kaverman called. Pollak thought about it for a bit before he moved in for 238,000 total. Thorel took his time before folding, Kaverman even needed more time (2 time bank cards) but eventually came to the same decision and mucked.
Hand 13: We missed this hand because of a segment on the stream.
Hand 14: Erik Seidel limped the small blind with . Big blind Steve O'Dwyer shoved with and Seidel folded.
Hand 15: Kaverman opened under the gun for 55,000 with and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand 16: Steve O'Dwyer limped the button with , Kaverman checked . The flop came and both checked. The hit the turn and Kaverman check-folded to O'Dwyer's 36,000 bet.
Hand 11: Orpen Kisacikoglu was down to just three big blinds and shoved with . Action folded to Byron Kaverman in the big blind and he put Kisacikoglu at risk with .
The board ran out and Kisacikoglu didn't find any help, bowing out in sixth place for $158,420.
Hand 5: Byron Kaverman received a walk in the big blind with .
Hand 6: We missed this hand because of a segment on the stream.
Hand 7: Jean-Noel Thorel opened the cutoff for 55,000 with and Benjamin Pollak in the big blind called with . Pollak checked on and Thorel took it down with a bet of 100,000 as Pollak folded.
Hand 8: Steve O'Dwyer opened under the gun for 55,000 with . Right next to him, Jean-Noel Thorel woke up with and he called.
The flop was all hearts again with and O'Dwyer checked. Thorel bet 55,000 into 170,000 and O'Dwyer called. The on the turn saw O'Dwyer check again and Thorel checked behind. The on the river made it for a 4-flush paired board and O'Dwyer took it down as it was checked by both.
Hand 9: Jean-Noel Thorel opened for 60,000 under the gun. Steve O'Dwyer called from the big blind with and he check-folded to Thorel's bet on .
Hand 10: Kaverman opened under the gun for 55,000. Steve O'Dwyer found in the small blind and he flat called. Jean-Noel Thorel in the big blind with became involved as well.
The flop came and the blinds checked. Kaverman checked behind so the pot remained 189,000. The hit the turn and O'Dwyer checked again. Thorel bet 100,000 and Kaverman and O'Dwyer called.
The completed the board and O'Dwyer checked. Thorel bet 150,000 and Kaverman folded his top pair. O'Dwyer called and took down the sizable pot.
Hand 1: Jean-Noel Thorel opened to 50,000 from late position and took down the pot.
Hand 2: Thorel opened to 40,000 from early position with and Erik Seidel called in the big blind with . Both players checked the flop to see the on the turn. Seidel fired a bet of 60,000 and Thorel called.
The completed the board on the river and Seidel checked. Thorel bet 75,000 and Seidel called to win the pot.
Hand 3: Thorel limped with under-the-gun and Seidel called in the big blind with . Steve O'Dwyer checked his big blind with and the flop came . Seidel made a bet worth 50,000 and just Thorel called.
The hit on the turn and Thorel bet 75,000. Seidel called and the landed on the river.
Thorel fired a bet of 100,000 and Seidel called. Thorel took down the sizeable pot.
Hand 4: Byron Kaverman opened to 40,000 with under-the-gun and Benjamin Pollak three-bet from the cutoff, making it 135,000 with . Kaverman four-bet sliding out a bet of 495,000 and Pollak folded.