11/09/11 09:07:45 PM PST
Hand #240: Pius Heinz
Pius Heinz had the button. He raised to 3.4 million. Martin Staszko reraised to 9.5 million. Heinz reraised to 19.9 million. Staszko folded and Heinz won the pot.
11/09/11 09:04:36 PM PST
|Pius Heinz||103,300,000||800,000 |
|Martin Staszko||102,600,000||-800,000 |11/09/11 09:04:09 PM PST
Hand #239: Pius Heinz Re-Takes the Lead
Martin Staszko completed from the button, and Pius Heinz checked to see a free flop out of position.
It came , and Heinz checked it over. Staszko did the same, and the paired the board on the turn. Heinz fired out 2 million now, and it won him the pot without confrontation.
11/09/11 09:01:52 PM PST
Hand #238: Pius Heinz
Pius Heinz raised to 3.4 million on the button and won the pot.
11/09/11 09:01:01 PM PST
Hand #237: Martin Staszko
Martin Staszko won the pot with a button-raise to 3.5 million.
11/09/11 09:00:31 PM PST
Hand #236: AYYYY! Walk It Out
Pius Heinz had the button. He gave Martin Staszko a walk.
11/09/11 08:59:54 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||103,400,000||-3,700,000 |
|Pius Heinz||102,500,000||3,700,000 |11/09/11 08:59:19 PM PST
Hand #235: Pius Heinz
Martin Staszko raised to 3.5 million, and Pius Heinz took that pause that indicates a potential three-bet. Sure enough, he made it 10.2 million total, and his three-bet got through uncontested.
Less than a million chips separate the two men now.
11/09/11 08:56:55 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||107,100,000||-7,400,000 |
|Pius Heinz||98,800,000||7,400,000 |11/09/11 08:56:06 PM PST
Hand #234: Pius Heinz
From the button, Pius Heinz raised to 3.4 million. Martin Staszko called from the big blind and the flop came down . After Staszko checked, Heinz bet 3.8 million. Staszko called.
The turn was the and Staszko checked. Heinz bet 7.8 million and won the pot right there.
11/09/11 08:53:42 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||114,500,000||-17,900,000 |
|Pius Heinz||91,400,000||17,900,000 |11/09/11 08:53:30 PM PST
Hand #233: Pius Heinz
Martin Staszko had the button, and he limped in. Once again, Pius Heinz raised to 5.1 million, and Staszko called again to head off to the flop with more than 10 million already in the pot.
The dealer spread out , and Heinz took the same line as last time with a repeat bet of 5.1 million. Staszko flatted, the hit the turn, and Heinz pulled back the reigns and checked. Staszko took his cue to bet 7.5 million at the pot, and Heinz eventually came along with the call.
The rivered, and Heinz checked again. Staszko checked it down, but his hand was second-best. We never got to see it, because Heinz's was good enough to earn him the pot and draw him back to within striking distance with more than 90 million.
11/09/11 08:47:16 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||132,400,000||-3,600,000 |
|Pius Heinz||73,500,000||3,600,000 |11/09/11 08:46:56 PM PST
Hand #232: Pius Heinz
Pius Heinz started the hand with the button. He raised to 3.4 million and won the pot.
11/09/11 08:46:18 PM PST
Hand #231: Martin Staszko
Martin Staszko raised to 3.5 million from the button, and he got no action from Pius Heinz.
11/09/11 08:45:09 PM PST
Hand #230: Pius Heinz
Pius Heinz had the button. He opened with a raise to 3.4 million. Martin Staszko made the call and the flop produced the . Staszko was first and checked to the preflop aggressor. Heinz bet 3.8 million. Staszko folded and Heinz won the pot.
11/09/11 08:44:20 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||136,000,000||-5,300,000 |
|Pius Heinz||69,900,000||5,300,000 |11/09/11 08:43:25 PM PST
Hand #229: Pius Heinz
Martin Staszko had the button, and he limped in. Pius Heinz made a big raise to 5.1 million total, the first time he's raised the limp in a long while. Staszko called, though, and the flop came . Heinz made a repeat continuation bet of 5.1 million, and Staszko slid his cards into the muck.
11/09/11 08:40:57 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||141,300,000||25,900,000 |
|Pius Heinz||64,600,000||-25,900,000 |11/09/11 08:40:56 PM PST
Hand #228: Big Pot for Staszko
The button was with Pius Heinz. He raised to 3.4 million and Martin Staszko made the call.
The flop was and Staszko checked. Heinz bet 3.8 million. Staszko called to see the turn.
On the turn, the dealer paired the board with the . Staszko checked and Heinz fired 8.4 million. Staszko took his time and then fired back with a raise to 18.5 million. Heinz took his own time, reached for chips and then slid in a call. Heinz's hands were noticeably shaking when he reached for chips and made the call.
The river was the and completed a possible flush draw in diamonds. Staszko paused after the river card hit and then bet 20.25 million. Heinz didn't take long at all to muck his hand and Staszko climbed to 141.3 million. Heinz dropped way back to 64.6 million.