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2018 49th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Monday, June 11, 2018 to Friday, June 15, 2018

Event #24: THE MARATHON - $2,620 No-Limit Hold'em

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  • Buy-in: $2,620
  • Prizepool: $3,860,046
  • Entries: 1,637
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06/16/18 12:34:37 AM PDT
Michael Addamo Wins Event #24: $2,620 THE MARATHON No-Limit Hold'em ($653,581)

Michael Addamo

The marathon is finally over and just as those brave enough to run those things can probably attest, it's a relief. Five long days of 100-minute blind levels came to a close and Australia's Michael Addamo was able to claim his first gold bracelet in Event #24: $2,620 THE MARATHON No-Limit Hold'em, along with his best live cash by more than three times.

The Australian, who recently relocated to Thailand when online poker was banned in his home country, won $653,581 for outlasting the field of 1,637 runners. He adds that to his already more than $1.3 million in live earnings plus plenty of online success.

After getting through some seriously tough competition with the likes of 2014 WSOP Main Event champ Martin Jacobson, bracelet winner and WPT champ Taylor Paur and Belgium's Bart Lybaert from five-handed on, Addamo had to face off against recreational player Mark Sleet. It was an interesting battle with underdog Sleet giving Addamo a run for his money.

"He was mixing it up, trying to put me to the test, like opening big sizes, doing all sorts of different things, trying to get me off my normal game. I think I adjusted ok but yeah, who knows," Addamo said of the heads-up.

Official Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize (USD)
1Michael AddamoAustralia$653,581
2Mark SleetUnited States$403,870
3Bart LybaertBelgium$290,315
4Taylor PaurUnited States$210,995
5Martin JacobsonSweden$155,062
6Ying ChanHong Kong$115,244
7Anton MorgensternGermany$86,631
8Cate HallUnited States$65,875
9Ihar SoikaBelarus$50,678

Final Table Action

The final day of the marathon saw a talent-packed nine players returning on Friday to play down to a winner on the Brasilia Twitch stage. It was a deep-stacked final with only three players between 20 and 40 big blinds: Cate Hall, Ying Chan and Anton Morgenstern. Everyone else started the day with at least 96 big blinds.

In the first level of play, Ihar Soika, playing in his second final table of the series, busted in ninth place. It was a tough hand where he turned eights full with pocket eights, running it smack dab into the top boat flopped by start-of-day chip leader Sleet, who held pocket kings in the hole.

Hall remained patient as one of the short stacks early, and eventually got the rest in with pocket tens but ran them into Addamo's queens. The board ran out with quad fives and Addamo's queen kicker played to send Hall to the rail in eighth place.

No stranger to big final tables at the WSOP, Anton Morgenstern was next to go. He slipped into the danger zone and got it in with pocket fives when folded to him in middle position. Unfortunately for him, Jacobson called with a bit less, but had him crushed with pocket jacks. Morgenstern couldn't catch up and he had to settle for seventh when he busted with his last crumbs the very next hand.

Chan, who clung to a short stack for a long while, shoved right around ten big blinds with king-three in the small blind. Addamo woke up with queens again and called, finding a queen on the flop to seal Chan's fate in sixth place.

Martin Jacobson
The former Main Event champ busted in fifth place.

Jacobson had a rollercoaster of a day, starting out as one of the big stacks with 147 big blinds, but bleeding off after a series of losing pots. The big blow came when he doubled up Paur with king-queen suited from the small blind against Paur's ace-king in the big blind.

The 2014 Main Event champ hung around, though, slowly building, and found kings against Paur's queens to double up with five left. Jacobson slipped a bit again before getting all his chips in with pocket jacks, calling Lybaert's four-bet shove from the cutoff, but he was staring right at pocket aces. An ace on the flop gave Lybaert a set, and Jacobson couldn't complete the runner-runner for Broadway. The Swede finished in fifth place.

Paur, despite taking some hits, stayed near the top of the counts for much of the day, until he ran into a cooler of a hand against Addamo. Paur raised under the gun with pocket sixes and called Addamo's three-bet. He then called down on a board of      , the last barrel being for the rest of his stack. His bottom set was no good against Addamo's    for a turned straight, and Paur was out in fourth.

Down to Three

That left three deep-stacked contestants with the Belgian Lybaert leading the way. He, Sleet and Addamo were all willing to mix it up and play a lot of pots, and plenty of clashes ensued. Lybaert started running away with it with well-timed aggression working out, but shortly after dinner, the tables turned.

Addamo started rising with the help of a few check-raises against Lybaert that got through. Then, Lybaert doubled up Sleet after calling a check-raise, a turn bet and his river shove on an eight-high board holding eight-seven, but was no good against Sleet's ten-eight for a better kicker.

Four hands later, these two got it in again, this time on the flop and it was Lybaert at risk, and behind. After defending    in the big blind, Lybaert saw a flop of     against Sleet. Lybaert check-raised and called Sleet's three-bet jam, needing a diamond or a four to best Sleet's king-ten. He didn't find either to make him the third-place finisher.

Mark Sleet
Mark Sleet battled heads-up with Addamo but finished runner-up.

Sleet went into heads-up with Addamo with a sizable lead and soon had him on the ropes. Addamo was ahead when the chips went in with    on    , but Sleet held    with plenty of outs. He found one of them on the   turn, but the miracle   river saved Addamo and brought him back to life.

Pretty soon, Addamo was in the lead and after trading pots for a while, Addamo began to extend his lead more comfortably. The two were playing big pots, and eventually, they got all the chips in preflop on a coin flip, Addamo holding ace-king and Sleet with pocket sevens. A king on the flop was all Addamo needed to lock up the win, with Sleet finishing runner-up.

That concludes the coverage of Event #24, but there's plenty more World Series of Poker action to follow here on the PokerNews live updates.

06/15/18 11:20:48 PM PDT
Mark Sleet Eliminated in 2nd Place ($403,870)

Michael Addamo_Mark Sleet

Hand #233: Mark Sleet shoved from the button for 10,700,000 in total and Michael Addamo snap-called.

Mark Sleet:   
Michael Addamo:   

The board ran out       to give Addamo a pair of kings on the flop to take Sleet out of the running in 2nd place. Sleet will take $403,870 home with him for his efforts over the past five long, long days.

A full recap of today's action is to follow.

Michael Addamo42,900,00011,900,000
Mark Sleet0-11,900,000
06/15/18 11:13:35 PM PDT
Hand #227-231: Addamo Gets More

Hand #227: Mark Sleet raised to 600,000 on the button and Michael Addamo called. The flop was the     and both players checked. The turn was the   and Addamo checked. Sleet bet 1 million and Addamo let it go.

Hand #228: Addamo raised to 400,000 on the button and Sleet defended. The flop came     and Sleet checked. Addamo checked back and the turn brought the  . Sleet checked once again and Addamo bet 560,000. Sleet called.

The river was the   and Sleet checked again. Addamo bet 3 million, prompting a fold from Sleet.

Hand #229: Addamo got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #230: Addamo limped the button and Sleet checked his option. The flop brought     and Sleet led 1 million. Addamo called and they saw the   on the turn.

Sleet quickly fired out 3 million and Addamo called. On the   river, Sleet opted to check and Addamo bet 3 million. After a few seconds of thought, Sleet called.

Addamo tabled    for two pair and Sleet's ten-eight was no good.

Hand #231: Addamo got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #232: Addamo limped in from the button and Mark Sleet raised to 1,160,000. Addamo reraised to 3,000,000 and Sleet folded.

Michael Addamo31,000,0007,700,000
Mark Sleet11,900,000-7,700,000
06/15/18 11:02:26 PM PDT
Hands #222-226: Sleet Stealing Some Blinds

Hand #222: Michael Addamo raised to 400,000 and Mark Sleet three-bet to 1,400,000. Addamo folded.

Hand #223: Addamo got a walk.

Hand #224: Addamo limped in on the button, Sleet opted to check. The flop came    , both players checked to the   on the turn. Sleet check-folded to the 160,000 bet of Addamo.

Hand #225: Sleet raised to 1,000,000 on the button and Addamo gave his hand up.

Hand #226: Addamo raised to 400,000 and Sleet called. The flop came     on which both players checked. The   came on the turn and Sleet bet 600,000. Addamo folded.

Michael Addamo23,300,000-700,000
Mark Sleet19,600,000700,000
06/15/18 10:58:39 PM PDT
Hands #217-221: Back and Forth

Hand #217: Mark Sleet raised to 1 million and Michael Addamo folded. Sleet took the pot.

Hand #218: Addamo limped on the button and Sleet checked his option. The flop came    . Both players checked and the turn was the  . Sleet checked and Addamo bet 240,000.

Sleet called and the river was the  . Sleet checked and Addamo bet 300,000. Sleet called and they showed down.

Addamo showed   , but it was no good against Sleet's    for top pair of queens.

Hand #219: Sleet limped the button, Addamo raised, and Sleet let it go.

Hand #220: Addamo completed on the button and Sleet checked his option. The flop was     and Sleet checked. Addamo bet 160,000 and that was enough to win the pot.

Hand #221: Sleet limped the button and Addamo checked his option. The flop was     and Addamo checked. Sleet bet 600,000 and Addamo folded.

Michael Addamo24,000,000-800,000
Mark Sleet18,900,000800,000
06/15/18 10:50:52 PM PDT
Hands #212-216: Another Million For Sleet

Hand #212: Michael Addamo raised to 400,000 from the button. Mark Sleet three-bet to 2,500,000 and Addamo folded instantly.

Hand #213: Sleet raised to 1,000,000 to pick up the antes.

Hand #214: Addamo limped in on the button and Sleet opted to check. The flop came    , both players checked to the   on the turn. They both checked again to the   on the river. Sleet checked. Addamo bet 450,000 and Sleet folded.

Hand #215: Sleet raised to 1,000,000 from the button and Addamo gave up his hand.

Hand #216: Addamo limped in on the button and Sleet opted to check. The flop came    , Sleet check-raised the 240,000 bet of Addamo to 3,000,000. Addamo folded.

Michael Addamo24,800,000-1,000,000
Mark Sleet18,100,0001,000,000
06/15/18 10:45:25 PM PDT
Hands #207-211: Addamo Extends Lead

Hand #207: Mark Sleet raised to 600,000 on the button and Michael Addamo called. On the     flop, Addamo checked and Sleet bet 2.5 million. Addamo called and they saw the   on the turn.

Addamo checked and Sleet moved in for 14 million. Addamo thought briefly and sent his cards to the muck.

Hand #208: Addamo limped the button and Sleet checked. The flop was     and Sleet bet 1 million. Addamo lets it go and Sleet takes another.

Hand #209: Sleet limped on the button and Addamo made it 800,000. Sleet folded and Addamo took the pot.

Hand #210: Addamo called on the button and Sleet checked his option. The flop came     and Sleet checked. Addamo bet 240,000 and Sleet folded.

Hand #211: Sleet raised to 400,000 on the button and Addamo three-bet to 1.8 million. The flop brought     and Addamo bet 1.2 million and Sleet called.

On the   turn, Addamo bet 4.5 million and Sleet let it go.

Michael Addamo25,800,000100,000
Mark Sleet17,100,000-100,000
06/15/18 10:36:02 PM PDT
Hands #202-206: Addamo Off to a Good Start

Hand #202: Michael Addamo raised to 400,000 and Mark Sleet folded.

Hand #203: Sleet raised to 600,000 from the button and Addamo called. The flop came     on which they both checked to the   on the turn. Addamo check-folded to the 1,200,000 bet of Sleet.

Hand #204: Addamo raised to 400,000 from the button and Sleet called. The flop came    , Sleet check-folded to the 280,000 bet of Addamo.

Hand #205: Sleet raised to 600,000 and Addamo called. The flop came     on which they both checked. The turn brought them the  , Addamo check-called the 1,000,000 bet of Sleet. The river completed the board with the  , they both checked. Sleet mucked immediately before Addamo could even turn his cards over.

Hand #206: Addamo raised to 400,000 and Sleet three-bet to 3,000,000. Addamo folded immediately.

Michael Addamo25,700,0001,100,000
Mark Sleet17,200,000-1,100,000
06/15/18 10:28:02 PM PDT
Level 30 started
Level: 30 Blinds: 80000/160000 Ante: 20000
06/15/18 10:13:39 PM PDT
Break Time, Addamo Leads Sleet Heads-Up

The final two are taking a 15-minute break. They'll resume at 11:27 p.m. local time.

06/15/18 10:10:36 PM PDT
Hands #198-201: Addamo Taking the Lead

Hand #198: Michael Addamo limped in on the button and Mark Sleet opted to check. The flop came     on which they both checked. The turn brought them the   and they both checked once more. The river completed the board with the  . Sleet showed    which was beaten by the    of Addamo who had the higher kicker.

Hand #199: Sleet raised to 325,000 from the button and Addamo called. The flop brought them the    . Addamo check-called the 500,000 bet of Sleet. The turn brought them the   on which they both checked to the   on the river to complete the board. Addamo bet 600,000 and Sleet called. Addamo showed    for the two pair, nines and fours, to win the pot.

Hand #200: Addamo limped in from the button. Sleet opted to check. The flop came    . Sleet check-folded to the 120,000 bet of Addamo.

Hand #201: Sleet raised to 325,000 and Addamo called. The flop came    . Addamo check-folded to the 400,000 bet of Sleet.

Michael Addamo24,600,0001,300,000
Mark Sleet18,300,000-1,400,000
06/15/18 10:06:28 PM PDT
Hands #193-197: Addamo Takes the Lead

Michael Addamo

Hand #193: Michael Addamo got a walk in the big blind.

Hand #194: Addamo raised to 300,000 on the button and Mark Sleet made it 900,000 in the big blind. Addamo called and they saw a flop of    . Both players checked and the turn was the  . Sleet led out 1.2 million and Addamo folded.

Sleet flashed ace-ten and laughed, prompting a smile from Addamo.

Hand #195: Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Addamo called. The flop brought     and Addamo checked. Sleet bet 450,000 and Addamo called.

The turn was the   and Addamo checked again. Sleet bet 1 million this time and Addamo called. The river was the  . Addamo checked again and Sleet quickly bet 3.5 million. Addamo called and they showed down.

Mark Sleet:   
Michael Addamo:   

Addamo's trip twos were good as Sleet had nothing but a queen-high bluff.

Hand #196: Addamo limped on the button and Sleet checked. The flop was     and Sleet check-called 120,000 from Addamo.

The turn was the   and Sleet checked. Addamo bet 750,000 and Sleet let it go.

Hand #197: Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Addamo called. The flop brought     and both players checked. The turn was the   and both checked again.

The   came on the river and Addamo bet 230,000. Sleet made it 1.23 million to go and Addamo folded.

Michael Addamo23,300,0004,200,000
Mark Sleet19,700,000-4,100,000
06/15/18 09:55:44 PM PDT
Hands #188-192: Addamo Wins Some Back

Michael Addamo

Hand #188: Michael Addamo limped in on the button and Mark Sleet opted to check. The flop brought them the    , Sleet bet 300,000, Addamo raised to 900,000, and Sleet called.

The turn brought them the  . Sleet checked. Addamo bet 1,600,000. Sleet called. The   on the river completed the board. Sleet bet 2,400,000. Addamo smiled and then nodded his head. He turned towards Sleet and started talking to him to get more information. Addamo called. Sleet showed    for the flopped pair of nines. Addamo had him beat though with    for the flopped two pair of nines and sevens.

Hand #189: Sleet raised to 300,000 from the button and Addamo called. The flop came    , on which they both checked. The turn was the   and Addamo check-called the 600,000 bet of Sleet. The river completed the board with the  , on which they both checked again. Sleet took the pot with the flopped pair of aces with the ace he had in his hand.

Hand #190: Addamo raised to 300,000 from the button to take the antes.

Hand #191: Sleet raised to 325,000 and Addamo folded.

Hand #192: Addamo raised to 300,000 and Sleet three-bet to 1,100,000. Addamo folded.

Mark Sleet23,800,000-3,900,000
Michael Addamo19,100,0003,900,000
06/15/18 09:46:42 PM PDT
Hands #183-187: Sleet Putting on Pressure

Mark Sleet

Hand #183: Mark Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Michael Addamo called. The flop was     and both players checked. On the   turn, both players checked again and the river was the  .

Addamo led 500,000 and Sleet folded, and the pot went to Addamo.

Hand #184: Addamo raised to 300,000 and Sleet called. The flop came     and Sleet checked. Addamo continued for 210,000 and Sleet folded.

Hand #185: Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Addamo called. The flop was     and Addamo checked. Sleet bet 500,000 and Addamo let it go.

Hand #186: Addamo completed on the button and Sleet made it 1 million. Addamo folded and Sleet took it down.

Hand #187: Sleet raised to 300,000 on the button and Addamo called. The flop brought     and both players checked. The turn was the   and Addamo checked. Sleet bet 425,000 and Addamo let it go.

Mark Sleet27,700,000200,000
Michael Addamo15,200,000-200,000
06/15/18 09:38:35 PM PDT
Hands #178-182: Sleet Not Slowing Down

Hand #178: Michael Addamo raised to 300,000 on the button and Mark Sleet called. The flop came     and they both checked to the   on the turn. They both checked again. The board was completed on the river with the  . They both checked. Addamo took the pot with   .

Hand #179: Sleet raised to 325,000 and Addamo called. The flop brought them the    , Addamo check-raised the 325,000 bet of Sleet to 900,000, and Sleet called. The turn was the  . Addamo checked again. Sleet bet 1,300,000 and Addamo snap-folded.

Hand #180: Addamo raised to 300,000 and Sleet three-bet to 900,000. Addamo folded immediately.

Hand #181: Sleet limped on the button and Addamo checked. They both checked on the     flop and the   on the turn. The river completed the board with the   and they both checked again. Addamo showed    for trip deuces and the pot.

Hand #182: Addamo raised to 300,000 from the button and Sleet three-bet to 900,000. Addamo called. The flop came    , Sleet bet 1,300,000, and Addamo folded instantly.

Mark Sleet27,500,0002,000,000
Michael Addamo15,400,000-2,000,000
06/15/18 09:31:37 PM PDT
Hands #173-177: Addamo Doubles

Michael Addamo

Hand #173: Mark Sleet raised to 350,000 on the button and Michael Addamo called. On the     flop, Addamo checked and Sleet continued for 400,000. Addamo called and they saw the   turn.

Both players checked and the river was the  . Both players checked again and Addamo took it with the    for a pair of tens.

Hand #174: Addamo limped on the button and Sleet made it 620,000. Addamo called and the flop brought    . Sleet quickly moved all in and Addamo started looking down at his chips. He called for his tournament life.

Mark Sleet:   
Michael Addamo:   

Addamo was ahead, but Sleet had plenty of outs. The   turn was one of them, putting Sleet out front and he was one card away from the gold.

The   river gave Addamo trip tens though, to stay alive and double through.

Hand #175: Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Addamo called. The flop came     and both players checked. On the   turn, Addamo checked and Sleet bet 600,000. Addamo called and the river was the  .

Addamo checked again and Sleet bet 2 million. Addamo folded and Sleet got a little back.

Hand #176: Addamo made it 300,000 on the button and Sleet mucked.

Hand #177: Sleet raised to 325,000 and Addamo three-bet to 1.45 million. Sleet let it go and Addamo took down the pot.

Mark Sleet25,500,000-9,200,000
Michael Addamo17,400,0009,200,000
06/15/18 09:19:22 PM PDT
Hands #168-172: Sleet Doesn't Slip

Heads Up

Hand #168: Michael Addamo raised to 300,000 and Mark Sleet three-bet to 1,100,000. Addamo called. The flop came    , Sleet bet 1,200,000, and Addamo called. The turn brought them the  . Sleet checked. Addamo did the same.

The   on the river completed the board. Sleet bet 1,600,000 and Addamo called. Sleet showed    for the full house, fives over sevens, to take the pot down.

Hand #169: Sleet raised to 350,000 and Addamo three-bet to 1,400,000. Sleet called. The flop came    , Addamo bet 1,400,000, and Sleet called. The turn brought them the  . Addamo checked. Sleet asked how much Addamo had behind. Addamo replied and Sleet put Addamo all in. Addamo folded.

Hand #170: Addamo limped in and Sleet opted to check. The flop came     on which they both checked to the   on the turn and the   river. Sleet showed king high but Addamo took the pot with   .

Hand #171: Sleet raised to 350,000 and won the hand.

Hand #172: Addamo raised to 300,000 and Sleet called. The flop came    , Sleet checked, and Addamo did the same. The turn brought them the  , Sleet bet 500,000, and Addamo called.

The river completed the board with the  , Sleet continued with a bet of 800,000, and Addamo tanked. In the end, Addamo called. Sleet showed    for the flopped pair of queens and Addamo mucked.

Mark Sleet34,700,0008,300,000
Michael Addamo8,200,000-8,300,000
06/15/18 09:09:07 PM PDT
Bart Lybaert Eliminated in 3rd Place ($290,315)

Bart Lybaert

Hand #167: Mark Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Bart Lybaert called in the big blind. On the     flop, Lybaert checked, Sleet bet 400,000, and Lybaert check-raised to 1 million.

Sleet moved all in for 5.14 million and Lybaert made a quick call.

Lybaert:   
Sleet:   

Sleet was ahead with the best kicker, both with a pair of kings. But he would have to fade diamonds and a four.

The   turn changed nothing, and the   river secured the hand for Sleet.

Bart Lybaert became the third-place finisher, taking home $290,315 for his efforts.

Mark Sleet26,400,0005,600,000
Michael Addamo16,500,000-100,000
Bart Lybaert0-5,600,000
06/15/18 09:01:28 PM PDT
Hands #161-166: Sleet Doubles Through Lybaert

Hand #161: Mark Sleet raised to 325,000 from the button and everyone folded.

Hand #162: Bart Lybaert raised to 400,000 and Sleet three-bet to 1,200,000. Lybaert called. The flop came    . Lybaert check-called the 500,000 bet of Sleet. The turn brought them the   on which they both checked to the   on the river. Lybaert bet 2,100,000 and Sleet folded.

Hand #163: Lybaert raised to 325,000 from the button, Sleet called in the small blind. Addamo did the same in the big blind. The flop came    , Sleet and Addamo checked, Lybaert bet 365,000, and Sleet raised to 1,500,000. Addamo folded and Lybaert called.

The turn brought them the  , Sleet bet 3,000,000, and Lybaert called. The river completed the board with the  . Sleet shoved for 5,810,000. Lybaert shook his head and considered his options. Lybaert asked for a count. The dealer confirmed the amount. Lybaert cut out calling chips and then counted the remainder of his stack. He called. Sleet tabled    for two pair with the ten-kicker. Lybaert had to show    for the same two pair but with the lower kicker.

Hand #164: Addamo completed his small blind and Lybaert checked. The flop came    , Addamo 120,000. Lybaert called. The turn brought them the  , Addamo checked. Lybaert bet 230,000. Addamo check-raised to 900,000 after Lybaert had bet 230,000. Lybaert called. The river completed the board with the   and Addamo checked. Lybaert did the same. Addamo tabled    for the pot.

Hand #165: Addamo raised to 300,000 and Sleet called in the big blind. The flop came     on which both players checked to the   on the turn. They both checked again. The   on the river completed the board. Sleet bet 400,000 and Addamo looked at his cards again. Addamo called. Sleet tabled    and Addamo showed    for a flopped pair of sixes and the pot.

Hand #166: Addamo got a walk.

Mark Sleet20,800,0008,400,000
Michael Addamo16,600,0001,700,000
Bart Lybaert5,600,000-10,000,000
06/15/18 08:46:21 PM PDT
Hands #156-160: Addamo Chipping Up

Hand #156: Michael Addamo raised to 300,000 on the button and Mark Sleet called in the big blind. On the     flop, Sleet checked, Addamo bet 235,000, and Sleet folded.

Hand #157: Bart Lybaert raised to 330,000 on the button and Addamo defended his big blind. On the     flop, Addamo checked, Lybaert bet 300,000, and Addamo made it 1.05 million after long think. Lybaert folded.

Hand #158: Sleet raised to 325,000 on the button and Lybaert called. On the     flop, Lybaert checked, Sleet bet 300,000, and Lybaert let it go.

Hand #159: Lybaert made it 400,000 from the small blind and took the pot.

Hand #160: Lybaert raised to 330,000 on the button and Addamo called in the big blind. On the     flop, Addamo checked, Lybaert bet 375,000, and Addamo raised it up to 1.13 million. Lybaert let it go and Addamo took the pot.

Bart Lybaert15,600,000-1,700,000
Michael Addamo14,900,0001,400,000
Mark Sleet12,400,000400,000