|Blinds||1,500,000 / 3,000,000|
Players Info - Day 2
Song "xuesong" Xue got his stack in the middle preflop on the direct money bubble, and he was in rough shape, as his was well behind the of Daniel "Razer2311" Rezaei. The flop of was pretty great for Xue, giving him flush draw outs and chop outs. The turn changed nothing, but the river changed everything.
Xue doubled up to over 280,000, and also locked up a payday thanks to that river spade.
Action folded around to one of the biggest stacks in the Day 2 finals, Farid Jattin, and he moved all in, easily having Daan "DaanOss" Mulders covered in the big blind. Mulders called for his final 180,000 and change holding , and he was ahead of the of Jattin.
The board came down , and Mulders made an unnecessary two pair on the river to secure the victory.
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On one of the first hands of the day, short stack "Mr Xiao" moved all in for 19,000 and change. Action folded around to Shankar Pillai in the small blind, he reraised to isolate the big blind, who folded. Pillai rolled over pocket jacks, and he was dominating the of his opponent. The jacks held on a runout of , and Pillai added a bit to his stack.
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