Tuesday, January 24, 2023 12:27 AM Local Time (about 4 days and 8 hours ago)
Jaros Keeps on Crushing
Level 27: 40,000/80,000 (80,000)
Patrik Jaros keeps on adding to his chip stack and sending people to the rail in the process. Jaros opened the button for a min-raise. Felix Schlott three-bet to 540,000 from the big blind. Jaros jammed his huge stack and Schlott called off for a decent stack of around 3 million.
Jaros was behind but wound up finding a friend for his ace to win the hand with a better pair after the ran out on the board.
Although Schlott took a bad beat with a decent stack, he at least got a huge €21,293 payout, which includes a WSOP Europe €10,350 Main Event seat to Day 1a.
Shortly after, Latvia's Dmitrijs Prohorovs hit the rail to leave the action at the final table bubble with 30 minutes remaining in Level 27. With that in mind, today will likely play down to the final table.
Patrik Jaros - 15 million
Felix Schlott - 0
Dmitrijs Prohorovs - 0