Blinds will increase to 1,500,000 / 3,000,000 at the next level.
|Blinds||2,500,000 / 5,000,000|
Players Info - Day 2
After raising to 6,000,000 under-the-gun, Rajaee Wazwaz called Dov Markowich's all-in from the big blind for 6,000,000 more.
The board ran out to give Wazwaz the win, eliminating Markowich and propelling himself to the top of the leaderboard.
Maxime Duhamel shoved under-the-gun for 17,000,000, and Sean Legendre re-shoved all-in; everyone else folded and Legendre had Duhamel crused.
On the , Legendre held to eliminate Duhamel in 6th position.
Abhinav Iyer had only 3,900,000 when he shoved from the small blind. In the big blind, Rajaee Wazwaz found a call.
The board came , giving a pair for both players, before someone called for a "four" from the rail.
The dealer actually brought a on the turn, then a on the river, and WSOP champion Abhinav Iyer was eliminated.
After Maxime Duhamel shoved all-in from the cutoff, Sebastien Clot jammed the small blind and Terance Reid folded his big blind. Clot was at risk with approximately 6,000,000 chips.
The board was gin for Duhamel, who flopped trips and held on the run out, eliminating Clot in eighth.
From the cutoff, Liran Betito announced all-in for about 9,000,000. In the small blind, Rajaee Wazwaz asked for a count, before calling.
The board came and Wazwaz dodged trouble to eliminate Liran Betito
Fabrizio Petroni just made one of the hero class of the tournament.
After a 3,000,000 open from small blind by Terence Reid into Fabrizio Petroni's big blind, Petroni made the call.
On the flop, Reid continued for 1,900,000 chips. Petroni called.
The turn fell and Reid bet 4,600,000. Again Petroni called.
When the river came the Reid jammed all-in covering Petroni.
After a few minutes Petroni made the call and Reid showed for two pair against Petroni's pair of tens. Petroni finishes in 10th place.