11/08/11 08:09:03 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||122,400,000||41,400,000 |
|Pius Heinz||83,500,000||-41,400,000 |11/08/11 08:09:02 PM PST
Hand #211: Staszko Turns the Tides
Martin Staszko had the button, and he raised to 3.5 million. Pius Heinz might be picking up the pace even harder here, and he made another reraise to 10.1 million. Staszko called the three-bet, though, and they went off to the flop. Heinz continued right out into the pot with another 9.8 million chips. Staszko has been acting quickly today, and once again, he didn't waste more than 30 seconds sliding the call into the middle.
The dropped on fourth street, and Heinz reached for chips again. Any pot that goes past the flop is significant now, and another 21.3 million from Heinz made things quite serious. Staszko was undeterred, though. He raised all in for just over 60 million, and Heinz's cards hit the muck rather quickly.
That turns the tides once again, and now it's Staszko with more than 120 million and a healthy chip lead.
11/08/11 08:01:39 PM PST
|Pius Heinz||124,900,000||7,900,000 |
|Martin Staszko||81,000,000||-7,900,000 |11/08/11 08:01:11 PM PST
Hand #210: Four-Bet from Heinz
The button started with Pius Heinz. He raised to 3.4 million. Martin Staszko reraised to 9.5 million. Heinz didn't go anywhere. The crowd grew silent as Heinz started reaching for chips, much more than 9.5 million worth. He four-bet to 20.2 million and Staszko folded rather quickly.
11/08/11 07:57:34 PM PST
Hand #209: Martin Staszko
Martin Staszko had the button, and he opened to 3.5 million. Pius Heinz put up no fight, quickly folding.
11/08/11 07:57:19 PM PST
Hand #208: Pius Heinz
Pius Heinz had the button, raised and won.
11/08/11 07:55:40 PM PST
Hand #207: Martin Staszko
Martin Staszko had the button, and he opened to 3.5 million. Pius Heinz folded.
11/08/11 07:54:57 PM PST
|Pius Heinz||117,000,000||15,950,000 |
|Martin Staszko||88,900,000||-15,950,000 |11/08/11 07:54:30 PM PST
Hand #206: Heinz Takes back the Lead
Pius Heinz started the hand with the button. He raised to 3.4 million and Martin Staszko called to see the flop. Staszko checked, Heinz bet 3.75 million and Staszko called.
The landed on the turn and Staszko checked. Heinz bet 8.6 million. Staszko made the call to see the final community card.
The river was the and Staszko checked his option. Heinz sat riffling his chips for a few moments and then reached into his stack. He maneuvered some chips around as he decided on how much he wanted to wager. Eventually, Heinz slid out a couple stacks worth 16.8 million. Staszko gave it some thought, but then folded and Heinz's railbirds erupted in cheers.
11/08/11 07:46:30 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||104,850,000||-5,800,000 |
|Pius Heinz||101,050,000||5,800,000 |11/08/11 07:46:09 PM PST
Hand #205: Pius Heinz
Martin Staszko had the button, and he limped in for the minimum. Pius Heinz checked, and they took a flop. Heinz check-called a bet of 2.2 million there, and he took a long while before checking the turn. Staszko checked it back, and the came on the river. Heinz checked one last time, and Staszko checked it back.
The was the best hand, and it was shown down by Pius Heinz, giving him the pot.
11/08/11 07:39:22 PM PST
Hand #204: Pius Heinz
Pius Heinz had the button to start this hand. Heinz raised to 3.4 million and won the pot.
11/08/11 07:38:15 PM PST
|Martin Staszko||110,650,000||22,550,000 |
|Pius Heinz||95,250,000||-22,550,000 |11/08/11 07:38:14 PM PST
Hand #203: Martin Staszko
Martin Staszko had the button, and he completed for the minimum. Pius Heinz checked, and they took a friendly flop. Heinz led out with 2 million, Staszko called, and the landed on the turn. Heinz loaded up the gun and fired again -- 4.5 million this time. Staszko flatted again, and the river brought the . And a long pause. Heinz spent maybe 90 seconds or so plotting his next action, and he decided -- not surprisingly -- to bet it again. He slid out another 14.25 million -- nearly a full-pot bet.
It was another 90 seconds or so before the call came, and Heinz showed up for two pair. It was second-best. Staszko waited to see, then flipped up his to take the pot.
With it comes the chip lead once again, and we've got ourselves a battle here.
11/08/11 07:31:13 PM PST
|Pius Heinz||117,800,000||-6,900,000 |
|Martin Staszko||88,100,000||6,900,000 |11/08/11 07:31:11 PM PST
Hand #202: Martin Staszko
Pius Heinz started the hand with the button. He min-raised to 3.2 million and Martin Staszko made the call.
The flop came down and Staszko check-called a bet of 3.5 million from Heinz before the dealer placed the on the turn. Both players checked.
The river was the . Staszko bet 6.25 million. Heinz folded after a minute and Staszko won the pot.
11/08/11 07:19:33 PM PST
The players are on a quick break.
|Pius Heinz||124,700,000||3,700,000 |
|Martin Staszko||81,200,000||-3,700,000 |11/08/11 07:18:49 PM PST
Hand #201: Pius Heinz
Martin Staszko had the button, and he opened to 3.5 million. Pius Heinz figured a three-bet was in order, and he made it a total of 9.4 million. Staszko gave it just a cursory look, then surrendered.
11/08/11 07:17:03 PM PST
|Pius Heinz||121,000,000||-7,200,000 |
|Martin Staszko||84,900,000||7,200,000 |11/08/11 07:16:56 PM PST
Hand #200: King High for Staszko
The button was with Pius Heinz to start this hand and he raised to 3.3 million. Martin Staszko called the raise and the flop came down . Both players checked.
The turn was the and Staszko checked again. This time, Heinz didn't check behind and bet 3.7 million. Staszko called to see the river.
The completed the board and Staszko checked. Heinz checked behind. Staszko showed the and Heinz mucked.