Play Resumes, And We Are Down to Five

This entry was posted on Sunday, November 15th, 2009 at 11:55 pm
Bo Potocin, chip leader of the final table

Bo Sehlstedt, chip leader of the final table

The final six are back at the table, and the cards are back in the air.

Blinds are 4,000-8,000, ante 1,000, and the two chip leaders of the table are involved in a huge pot:

Bo Sehlstedt raises before the flop, and Mitja Potocin re-raises, to which Bo announces “all-in” for a massive 284,000 chips more.

Mitja tanks less than a minute later, with the call of Ace-King.

Now it’s a race as Bo shows Q-Q.

The board shows 10-J-6-8-10 and Bo Sehlstedt takes half of the chips of the tournament. He is now the massive chip leader with more than 660,000 chips.

Mitja Potocin, on the other hand,  is crippled to 30,000 chips.

A few hands later, Mitja goes all-in with 7-4 and Manuel Thiede calls with 7-7.  And with that Mitja is eliminated in 6th place (€11,700 ).

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