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$10,000 Main Event



Hinrichsen Makes the Call Against Hachem

• Nivo 4: 150-300, 25 ante

With over 30,000 already in the pot and the board spread out {5-Spades}{8-Hearts}{3-Clubs}{q-Clubs}{8-Clubs} Joe Hachem tossed out 5,500. Andrew Hinrichsen was his opponent in the hand, and he flung back in his chair with his arms raised and shook his hand after the bet was made.

Hinrichsen deliberated over his decision for several minutes before reluctantly throwing in some chips to signal a call.

Hachem then tabled his {9-Spades}{9-Clubs} for two pair. Hinrichsen then flipped over his {j-Spades}{j-Clubs} for a higher two pair and was awarded the pot.

Andrew Hinrichsen au
Andrew Hinrichsen
au 51,000
Joe Hachem au
Joe Hachem
au 13,000

Guerin Gets It Through

• Nivo 4: 150-300, 25 ante

Didier Guerin’s stack has been on an upwards trajectory today and the trend continues as he just won another pot.

Guerin brought it in for an early position raise to 800 and it folded around to the player in the small blind. The latter wanted to play for more and put in a three-bet to 3,100. Guerin flicked in a call and they went to a flop of {3-Hearts}{6-Diamonds}{a-Diamonds}.

The small blind continued for 2,400 and Guerin called to see the {3-Spades} pair the board on the turn. It was checked over to Guerin and he took the betting lead by firing 5,000 into the middle. The small blind stared him down before making the call and the {6-Spades} river brought two pairs on board.

A final check from the small blind prompted Guerin to bet 8,900 which was met with a stare down boasting even more intensity. After several minutes the clock was called but before a tournament official had even arrived to count down, the small blind had surrendered his hand.

Didier Guerin au
Didier Guerin
au 70,000 33,000

Molson Versus Chahine

• Nivo 4: 150-300, 25 ante
Will Molson
Will Molson

The action folded around to Will Molson on the button who raised it up to 750. Simon Chahine called from the small blind before Amanda De Cesare raised once more to 1,850. Molson thought for a moment before three-betting to 5,300. Chahine called, sending De Cesare into the tank before she eventually called as well.

The flop came down {k-Diamonds}{6-Spades}{5-Hearts} and Chahine paused for a minute then led out for 4,600. De Cesare got out of the way. Molson called.

Both players then checked the {5-Diamonds} on the turn before the {7-Spades} completed the board. Chahine looked over at Molson then bet 9,100. Molson didn't take long to call then tabled his {a-Spades}{k-Hearts}. Chahine revealed his {a-Hearts}{9-Hearts} before he watched the pot get shipped to his opponent.

Simon Chahine au
Simon Chahine
au 73,000 -12,000
Will Molson ca
Will Molson
ca 51,000 21,000

Blight Rakes Some In

• Nivo 4: 150-300, 25 ante

Craig Blight raised to 800 from middle position and was called by the player in the hijack as well as the small blind.

The flop came {k-Hearts}{5-Hearts}{a-Hearts} and all three players checked.

The turn brought the {6-Diamonds} and the small blind led out for 800. Both Blight and the hijack called.

The {9-Diamonds} completed the board and the small blind immediately fired out 2,500. Blight called shortly after. The hijack mucked.

The player in the small blind then opened up his {10-Hearts}{10-Clubs} for a pair of tens before Blight revealed his {a-Spades}{5-Diamonds} for two pair and the winning hand.

Craig Blight au
Craig Blight
au 23,000 -7,000

Martins Chops it Up

• Nivo 4: 150-300, 25 ante

Yuri Martins just split a pot with a tablemate to net himself a small profit.

After a preflop raise to 700 was met with a call from the player in the hijack, Martins bumped it up to 2,900 from the small blind. Both the opener and the hijack called to see the paired {10-Hearts}{7-Spades}{10-Diamonds} flop.

Three checks later the dealer turned the {q-Hearts} and once again Martins and the initial raiser checked their options. The players in the hijack seat, however, made it 3,500 to go. He was called in two spots and the river came the {10-Clubs}.

The action was on Martins first and he tanked for over two minutes before deciding on a wager of 15,000. The original opener called it off but the hijack tabled pocket sevens in disgust before tossing them into the muck. His flopped full house had been counterfeited and with Martins holding {a-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds} and his active opponent showing {q-Spades}{j-Spades} they were both playing tens full of queens to split the pot.

Oznake: Yuri Martins

Kanit Cruising

• Nivo 4: 150-300, 25 ante

The always-animated Mustapha Kanit is in the building and chipping up as we enter Level 4.

Kanit took the betting lead against Michael Addamo on a board of {5-Hearts}{q-Hearts}{3-Spades}{a-Hearts}{4-Diamonds} when he fired for 4,700 from the small blind. Addamo was on the button and gave it some thought before opting against a call. His cards sailed into the muck and Kanit collected the pot.

Kanit is fresh off a 7th place finish in the $25,000 Challenge and with $8,642,706 in total live cashes to his name, the Italian will be looking to add to that impressive tally in the Main Event this week.

Michael Addamo au
Michael Addamo
au 48,000 48,000
Mustapha Kanit it
Mustapha Kanit
Winamax Team Pro
it 44,000 44,000

Oznake: Michael AddamoMustapha Kanit

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Break Time

• Nivo 3: 100-200, 25 ante

It’s that time again. Play will recommence in 15 minutes.

Rossiter Takes One Out

• Nivo 3: 100-200, 25 ante

On a flop of {3-Clubs}{7-Spades}{3-Spades} Jeff Rossiter checked from the big blind before being faced with a bet from his opponent seated on the button. Rossiter then raised to 2,600 sending his opponent into the tank for three minutes.

The player on the button then announced all in for 16,275 and was snap-called by Rossiter who immediately tabled {9-Diamonds}{3-Diamonds} for trip threes. His opponent stood up from the table and tabled his {a-Spades}{j-Spades} and was drawing to a flush.

The board ran out the {8-Diamonds} and {10-Clubs} to give Rossiter the winning hand and the large pot.

Jeff Rossiter au
Jeff Rossiter
au 92,500 45,500