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|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Rupert Elder raised to 250,000 and Max Heinzelmann three-bet to 640,000. Elder decided to call and we had a flop of and Heinzelmann bet 675,000 but Elder raised to 1,600,000 and Heinzelmann folded.
Elder raised to 250,000 and Heinzelmann three-bet again. Elder decided to take the same line and he just called the 660,000. The flop was and Heinzelmann again fired out a c-bet and it was for 735,000. No raise from Elder this time as he folded after a quick glance at the texture of the board.
We've seen only small pots for a while now, and the stacks remain basically unchanged. Mostly we've seen whichever player is on the button making an opening raise (Heinzelmann likes a 240,000 min-raise, while Elder favours a raise to 250,000) and the other calling.
One hand, raised by Heinzelmann, made it to the turn after both players checked the flop. The board read and Elder now bet out 350,000. Heinzelmann folded and that particular pot went to the Brit.
Elder picked up the next one as well, raising the button and then continuation-betting to a check from Heinzelmann on the flop, eliciting a fold from the German.
Heinzelmann picked up the next three pots though, first raising from the button and getting a fold, then getting a walk in the big blind next hand. The next hand made it as far as a flop, but no further - Elder called Heinzelmann's button raise, but then check-folded to Heinzelmann's 235,000 continuation bet on the flop.
Max Heinzelmann raised to 240,000 and Rupert Elder called to see a flop of , Elder check-raised Heinzelmann's 270,000 bet to 685,000 but the German made the call.
The came on the turn and both players checked to see the river. Elder checked, looking as though he was giving up and Heinzelmann quickly took it down with a 700,000 bet.
Rupert Elder raised to 250,000 and Heinzelmann made the call. The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the and Heinzelmann check-folded to a 300,000 Elder bet.
Heinzelmann bet 240,000 and Elder called. The flop was and Elder check-called a 310,000 Heinzelmann bet. The turn was the and Elder checked for the second time and Heinzelmann fired his second bullet. The amount was for 635,000 and Elder made the call. The river was the and Elder checked for the third time. Heinzelmann fired out his third bullet and it was 1,020,000. Elder gave it some thought before calling. Heinzelmann showed and Elder mucked his hand.
Rupert Elder made it 250,000 from the button and Max Heinzelmann called to see a flop which they both checked. Heinzelmann bet out 260,000 on the turn and Elder called, leading them to the river. Heinzelmann bet out again, this time to the tune of 820,000. Elder called that too, but couldn't beat Heinzelmann's for second pair and Heinzelmann picked up a roughly 2.7 million pot. The recovery begins...
Rupert Elder has 70% of the chips. Can Max Heinzelmann recover from his chip deficit or will he come second again?