Posted 6 days 15 hours ago
Hand #16: Paul Newey completed out of the small blind, Scott Seiver raised to two million in the big blind, and Newey folded.
Hand #14: Christoph Vogelsang raised to 1.2 million from the cutoff and Daniel Negreanu called from the big blind. The flop came down and Negreanu led out for one million. Vogelsang let it go and Negreanu took down the pot.
Hand #15: Vogelsang moved all in from the hijack for his last eight million and Daniel Colman called from the next seat over. The rest of the table folded and the hands were turned on their backs.
The flop came down giving Colman an open-ended straight draw, prompting a chorus of "ooh's" from the rail. The paired the board on the turn and the two were left with the sweat going to the river.
The dealer produced the on the river, allowing Vogelsang's ace-queen to hold as the best hand.
Hand #13: Scott Seiver raised to 1.2 million from the hijack, Tobias Reinkemeier defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Reinkemeier checked, Seiver bet 1.5 million and Reinkemeier called.
The turn was the . Reinkemeier checked and Seiver moved all in for 6.825 million.
The German tanked for the better part of three minutes before standing up out of his chair, then sitting down once again. Reinkemeier hung his head over the back of the chair - he's sitting in it backwards - and cocked his head as he stared down Seiver.
The two exchanged light words, then both chuckled. The tank continued for a few more minutes. Reinkemeier did his best to get anything he could out of Seiver, but he didn't budge.
Finally, the clock was called, and 55 seconds later Reinkemeier folded, saying he had aces.
"There's NO way you had aces!" Seiver objected.
Reinkemeier pulled his cards back and indeed revealed two aces - we believe they were the - and mucked them once again.
Seiver showed the bluff: .
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Hand #10: There is a dead small blind. Scott Seiver raised to 1.2 million from the button and Seiver took down the pot.
Hand #11: There is a dead button. Paul Newey opened the cutoff to 1.2 million and Christoph Vogelsang called from the big blind.
The two took a flop of and Vogelsang led out for one million. After about one minute in the tank, Newey moved out a call. The turn was the and Vogelsang moved all in for 4.575 total. Newey let his cards go and Vogelsang picked up the pot.
Hand #12: Tobias Reinkemeier opened to 1.2 million from under the gun. Action folded around to Daniel Colman in the big blind and he tossed out a call. A flop of hit the felt, prompting checks from both players. Fourth street was the and both checked one more time to see the finish off the board.
Colman led the river for two million and Reinkemeier went into the tank. After about two minutes, he let his hand go and Colman was pushed the pot.
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