|Blinds||1,500,000 / 3,000,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Sergio Aido raised it up from under the gun, and Daan "DaanOss" Mulders moved all in from the small blind for a bit over 400,000. Aido made the call with , and he was flipping against the Ace-Queen of Mulders.
Mulders stormed in front after the flop, and the board finished out and . Aido dropped to under 500,000 after that pot, while Mulders is nearing 900,000.
Action started with "YodoGami" raising to 60,000. After the button called, Barak "LuckySecret" Wisbrod moved all in for about 480,000. "YodoGami" made the call with , and they were racing against the pocket sixes of Wisbord.
"YodoGami" shot out to the lead on the flop, and no two outer would come on the turn or river to change things.
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Tauan Naves secured a huge pot with his pocket aces a few minutes ago, and after being dealt two more monster holdings, Naves is suddenly the chip leader.
The first pot was a massive one between Naves and start of day chip leader .Joachim "jochee" Haraldstad. The two got into a raising war preflop that saw over two million chips get into the middle. Naves held pocket queens, whole Haraldstad held Ace-King, but the hand was all but over after a third queen popped in the window right on the flop.
On the next hand, Naves would raise, and then call a shove from Andrea "AndresPok" Vezzani, who had . This time, Naves held , and the big pair would survive a runout of , making Naves the new overall chip leader.
Not long after the bubble burst, "BLeetch" shoved all in for their final 200,000 and change. Next to act, Tauan Naves moved all in for a bit more. Action folded around to the big blind, Yiannis "GreekFreaker" Liperis, who called to put both at risk.
The aces looked great to secure the pot, and they would do that, as the board came down , giving Naves a full house by the river.