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Players Info - Day 2
Zhong Chen was left very short and was all-in preflop. The other four players all came along and checked the flop.
Brian Cornell bet 15,000 on the turn and only Reto Herrmann called. The pair checked the river and Cornell announced straight with and Herrmann mucked.
Chen squeezed his cards one at a time, showing needing another queen or eight to stay alive. However, his other card was the and he was eliminated.
Three players each put in 15,000 on the flop including shortstack Didier Rabl. Rabl then shoved for 52,000 on the turn and was called by Marek Blasko.
Rabl had turned two pair with but Blasko had made a straight with .
The river bricked and Rabl was eliminated.
Brian Cornell was all in for 275,000 against Didier Rabl.
The ten on the runout was all Cornell needed, and he doubled up to leave Rabl perilously short.
Action was on a flop with Nicolas Bokowski all in against Marek Blasko for 248,000.
The turn improved Bokowski to a full house and the river bricked. He doubled to over 550,000.
Emil Bise was adding more chips to his stack after eliminating Israel Bulut.
According to Bise, he held and made a straight to crack the of Bulut.
The remaining 12 players are redrawing around two tables.
On a river, and with 150,000 in the middle already, both Christian Stratmeyer and Brian Cornell checked to Didier Rabl who moved all in.
Stratmeyer eventually folded with Cornell open-folding
"Good call," said Rabls howing for a set, with Stratmeyer doubling with the same hand as Cornell
Emil Bise shoved with Israel Bulut last to act. Bulut called and was all in for 98,000.
There was a jack-high flop of and although Bise rivered a straight after the runout, Bulut's straight was larger and he doubled up.