Informacije o trenutnem nivoju
|Slepe stave||15,000 / 30,000|
Michael Ermie has been more active the last few hands, shoving all in over a Bruce Peery raise and raising from the button into Peery's small blind.
On this hand, Peery raised to 75,000 from under the gun and Ermie called from the big blind.
The flop was and both players checked.
The turn was the and Ermie led for 100,000. Peery called.
The river was the and Ermie led again, this time for 200,000. Peery called and Ermie won the hand with .
Bruce Peery and Nick DePalma have been battling during this level. Last level is was Michael Ermie who was involved with most of the action, eliminating two players, but this level is the DePalma versus Peery show.
On this hand, Peery doubled through DePalma, getting back to over a million chips and taking the lead over DePalma once again.
Peery opened the action with a bet to 75,000 preflop and DePalma called from the button.
The flop was and Peery led out for 225,000. DePalma checked how much Peery he had behind and then shoved all in. Peery snap called and showed top pair with . DePalma needed help with .
The turn and the river didn't bring the help and Peery doubled up.
- Slepe stave:
Nick DePalma just won another huge hand of Bruce Peery. Peery is now under a million for the first time since the dinner break and DePalma has cracked the 2-million mark.
After a bet and a call on the flop of . Peery led the turn as well for 125,000 when the hit, pairing the board. DePalma called.
The river was the , pairing the board again and Peery bet 320,000. Almost as soon as Peery put the bet out, DePalma tossed a chip in to call with and was good with ace high.
Nick DePalma may have found the secret to break Bruce Peery's hot run. DePalma doubled through Peery a short time ago, when he flopped broaday with .
This time Peery had the against the of DePalma. The board ran out and DePalma doubled again and is now ahead of Peery in chips.
Zach Andrews was eliminated in fifth place on a huge hand that put Michael Ermie in the chip lead.
Ermie has had a hot streak of his own to overthrow Bruce Peery as chipleader.
On this hand the board read and Zach Andrews bet 300,000 in a pot of almost 500,000. Andrews had called a large bet on the turn and led out on the river.
Ermie went all in, putting Andrews at risk should he call. Andrews had almost 600,000 behind and eventually called. He had a straight with , but was eliminated by the flush of Ermie, .
Nick DePalma got all in for his tournament life against the red-hot Bruce Peery. DePalma had against the of Peery.
It appeared that Peery would continue to gain on the field, until the flop came , giving DePalma broadway. The turn and the river completed the board, but changed nothing when they came .