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2019 50th Annual World Series of Poker The Official WSOP Live Updates

Sunday, June 16, 2019 to Tuesday, June 18, 2019

$800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack (Event #37)

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  • Buy-in: $800
  • Prizepool: $1,999,296
  • Entries: 2,808
  • Remaining: 0

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Wednesday, June 19, 2019 1:30 AM Local Time
Salt Lake's Robert Mitchell Wins Event #37: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack ($297,537)

Robert Mitchell

It took three days for a field of 2,808 to be whittled down to one, and in the end, it was Salt Lake's Robert Mitchell who captured his first ever WSOP gold bracelet in Event #37: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack. The 41-year old claimed the first-place prize of $297,537, the largest slice the nearly $2,000,000 prize pool had to offer. The American caught a hot streak of cards early on the final day and rode it all the way to the eventual gold.

Not for the first time this summer, the tournament was finished off in style: holding pocket aces, Mitchell's sole remaining opponent Marco Bognanni raised it up with pocket threes. Mitchell put in a three-bet with the blades, and Bognanni whispered the two words everyone holding aces wants to hear:

"All-in."

The four-bet shove was for more than fifty big blinds and a pot of nearly all the chips in play. Sweated by a large group of friends, after each of them hastily made their way to the Amazon room to rail their buddy, they saw five blanks roll off the deck. Mitchell jumped in the arms of his ecstatic rail, high-fived every single one of them and was lifted onto their shoulders.

The accomplishment means Mitchell can now call himself a WSOP gold bracelet winner. Validation is the first thing that sprung to the new champ's mind, although his love for the game outweighs the now-complete chase for the gold.

"Obviously, the money is surreal, but that's what poker players play for - the bracelet. To have one now on my resumé feels good and it gives me more validation as a poker player."

With someone sporting a love for the game as Mitchell does, his plans with the unexpected windfall of nearly $300k are clear: it's business as usual.

"I'll be here for the rest of the series. I'll just be grinding, going back at it."

Event #37: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack Final Table Results

PlacePlayerCountryPrize
1Robert MitchellUnited States$297,537
2Marco BognanniItaly$183,742
3Axel HallayFrance$134,817
4Francois EvardSwitzerland$99,752
5Benjamin UnderwoodCanada$74,435
6Kamel MokhammadUkraine$56,019
7Benjamin MoonUnited States$42,524
8Zachary MullennixUnited States$32,561
9Nick JivkovBulgaria$25,152
Robert Mitchell
Robert Mitchell is lifted onto his friends' shoulders during celebrations

Mitchell was coming off a 17th place in Event #17: No-Limit Hold'em Shootout, which meant he won his first table and got close to winning the second.

"Actually, that Shootout helped me a lot, getting so close to a bracelet," Mitchell said. "I kind of played a little too fast three-handed, here I realized I was gonna pick my time, be in the moment, and play my best game. That tournament helped me win this one."

Whereas others may feel a deep run like that may not happen on short notice - or ever again - the Shootout bolstered Mitchell's spirits that he was close to winning the big one.

"One-hundred per cent it did. I knew I was going to have another shot at it. I've been playing poker for a long time and felt like it was long overdue. It's awesome."

Final 3
Marco Bognanni, Axel Hallay, and Robert Mitchell played three-handed for hours

Action of the Day

While his spirit was high, the cards certainly fell Mitchells way too. Especially in the early stages, it seemed he could do no wrong as the field of 26 that started the day quickly got whittled down to 12 in the early stages. Mitchell, who started the day with just 20 big blinds, quickly working up his way to the biggest stack overall after winning several key coin flips.

Start-of-the-day chip leader Hamid Feiz was one to fall to Mitchell and finished in 15th place when Mitchell check-raised a king-high flush all in on the river. Feiz called, mucked his cards, and saw a depressing day for him come to an end before the big money was divided.

The final table officially consisted of two previous bracelet winners - Nick Jivkov and Benjamin Moon - but it would only be the latter that took a seat on the Amazon Thunderdome stage. Jivkov was knocked off at the same time Josh Boulton busted at another table, and Jivkov took ninth place without playing a hand at the final table. There would be no repeat performance for Moon either, as he ran his pocket nines into Axel Hallay's pocket tens to bust in seventh.

Six players made themselves up for a final table live streamed on CBS All Access. Despite the deep-stacked play allowed by the structure, Kamel Mokhammad quickly fell to Mitchell by jamming his jack-ten into Mitchell's ace-ten. Bognanni then snapped off Benjamin Underwood in fifth with a flopped full house against a rivered straight. Not too long after, Francois Evard bowed out in fourth after whiffing ace-queen versus Hallay's fives.

That left Hallay, Bognanni, and Mitchell to duke it out three-handed with deep stacks. The trio did so for hours on end, with nearly equal stacks at some point. About 60 hands after Evard's bust, it would be Hallay who'd be the first to break. The Frenchman, backed by a boisterous rail of countrymen as is tradition, three-bet shoved ace-jack over a Mitchell open, only to be snapped off by ace-king. Five blanks later, the field was heads-up.

With more than fifty bigs for each player and hour-long levels, a long grind seemed to loom ahead for both. Instead, some perfect timing with aces gave Mitchell his victory soon into the heads-up battle. There was only one thing he could think of; he ran to his rail and celebrated the improbably-quick victory with his friends.

"It's such a surreal feeling to have everybody here on the side. I've known the guys for a long time, throughout the Salt Lake community, it was an awesome feeling. I was so happy I could win it for them too."

Robert Mitchell
Robert Mitchell wins Event #37: $800 No-Limit Hold'em Deepstack
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 1:16 AM Local Time
Marco Bognanni Eliminated in 2nd Place ($183,742)

Marco Bognanni

Hand #137: Marco Bognanni aised to 3,000,000 on the button, Robert Mitchell three-bet to 10,000,000 in the big blind, Bognanni four-bet shoved all in for 53,000,000 and Mitchell snap-called him off.

Just like that, 106 out of the 112 big blinds left in play were in the middle.

Marco Bognanni:   
Robert Mitchell:   

"Hooold!" Mitchell's rail yelled. He ran over to them and high-fived them in advance. The flop came down     to keep him way ahead, and after the   turn Mitchell only needed to fade the treys to win his first-ever WSOP bracelet.

The dealer burned and turned the   on the river and Mitchell ran over to his ecstatic rail. He high-fived every one of them before one of his friends took him on their shoulders in celebration.

Bognanni's amazing run in Event #37 came to an end in second place, parlaying an $800 investment into a $183,742 score.

Stay right here for a full recap of the day's action.

Robert Mitchell112,320,00052,920,000
Marco Bognanni0-53,000,000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 1:13 AM Local Time
Hands #132-136: More Small Pots

Hand #132: Robert Mitchell called and Marco Bognanni checked behind and then bet out 1,5 million on the     flop, which took down the pot.

Hand #133: After Bognanni called and Mitchell checked, Mitchell then check-called a bet of 1.5 million from Bognanni, but then check-folded to Bognanni's 4.1 million bet on the   turn.

Hand #134: Mitchell raised to 3 million but folded after Bognanni three-bet to 10.3 million.

Hand #135: After Bognanni called and Mitchell checked, the two players then checked it down to the river on a board of       and Mitchell took the pot.

Hand #136: Mitchell raised it to 2.5 million and Bognanni made the call. After both players checked to the turn on a board of     , Bognanni bet out 4.2 million and Mitchell folded.

Robert Mitchell59,400,000-9,400,000
Marco Bognanni53,000,0009,400,000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 1:02 AM Local Time
Hands #129-131: Small Pots

Hand #129: Marco Bognanni limped in and Robert Mitchell checked. Bognanni's bet of 1,500,000 on the     flop did the trick.

Hand #130: Mitchell raised to 2,500,000 and Bognanni called. The flop was     and Mitchell won it with a bet of 3,000,000.

Hand #131: Bognanni limped in and Mitchell shook him out with a raise to 4,200,000.

Robert Mitchell68,800,0002,500,000
Marco Bognanni43,600,000-2,500,000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:59 AM Local Time
Hands #123-128: Grid Locked

Heads Up

Hand #123: Robert Mitchell got a walk.

Hand #124: Mitchell limped in, Marco Bognanni raised to 4,200,000 and Mitchell folded.

Hand #125: Bognanni raised to 2,600,000, Mitchell three-bet to 8,000,000 and Bognanni folded.

Hand #126: Mitchell raised to 2,500,000 and Bognanni folded.

Hand #127: Bognanni raised to 2,600,000 and Mitchell was the first in five hands to see a flop. The flop came down     and both players checked. On the   turn, Mitchell checked, Bognanni bet 2,000,000, and Mitchell folded.

Hand #128: Mitchell raised to 3,500,000 and Bognanni called. The flop came     and Bognanni check-called 2,000,000 from Mitchell. The   turn went check/check.

The river   completed the club draw and both players checked. Mitchell flung    open for a pair, which was good enough to win.

Robert Mitchell66,300,0001,200,000
Marco Bognanni46,100,000-1,200,000
COPAG USA
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:58 AM Local Time
Hands #117-122: A Little back and Forth

Hand #117: Robert Mitchell got a walk.

Hand #118: Marco Bognanni's turn to walk.

Hand #119: After Bognanni just called preflop and Mitchell checked his big blind, Mitchell then check-called Bognanni's bet of 1.5 million on the     flop. Both players then checked the   turn and   river and Mithcell scooped the pot.

Hand #120: Mitchell decided to just call and it was then Bognanni's turn to check in his big blind. Bognanni then check-called a 1.2 million chip bet from Mitchell. Both players checked the   turn, and after Bognanni led out for 3.2 million and Mitchell made the call, Bognanni tabled    for the winner.

Hand #121: Bognanni raised to 2.6 million, Mitchell three-bet to 8 million and Bognanni folded.

Hand #122: Mitchell made it 3 million to play and Bognanni called. Bognanni check-called Mitchell's 2.5 million bet on the     flop, and after both players checked the   turn, Bognanni bet out 5 million on the   river and took down the pot.

Robert Mitchell65,100,000-5,800,000
Marco Bognanni47,300,0005,800,000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:41 AM Local Time
Hands #111-116: Testing the Waters

Robert Mitchell

Hand #111: Marco Bognanni limped in and Robert Mitchell checked. Mitchell bet 1,000,000 on the     flop and got called. He check-folded the turn against a bet of 2,500,000.

Hand #112: Mitchell raised to 2,500,000 and Bognanni folded.

Hand #113: Bognanni raised to 2,500,000 and Mitchell called. On the     flop, Mitchell check-folded to a bet of 2,000,000.

Hand #114: Limp Mitchell, check Bognanni. The flop was     and Bognanni check-folded to a bet of 1,200,000.

Hand #115: Bognanni raised to 3,000,000 and Mitchell called. The flop came     and got checked twice. The   rolled off on the turn and got checked again.

On the   river, Mitchell took it with a bet of 2,500,000.

Hand #116: Mitchell raised to 2,500,000 and Bognanni saw a flop. The flop was     and once again, two quick checks. The turn   didn't entice the players to move either, but the   on the river did. It was Bognanni who bet 3,000,000 and that was the end of it.

Robert Mitchell70,900,000-1,600,000
Marco Bognanni41,500,0001,600,000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:35 AM Local Time
Level 40 started
Level: 40
Blinds: 600000/1200000
Ante: 1200000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:19 AM Local Time
Axel Hallay Eliminated in 3rd Place ($134,817)

Axel Hallay

Hand #110: Robert Mitchell raised to 2,000,000 on the button and Marco Bognanni folded the small blind. Axel Hallay three-bet shoved 18,300,000 from the big blind and Mitchell called it off.

Axel Hallay:   
Robert Mitchell:   

Mitchell had Hallay dominated and the Frenchman needed one his jacks if he was going to survive. The flop brought     and the French railed yelled for a "Trois", a three, to chop the pot.

Neither the turn   nor river   was what he was looking for, and now it was Mitchell's rail who erupted in cheers. Hallay shook his two opponent's hands and made his way off the stage in 3rd place, receiving a payday of $134,817.

Robert Mitchell72,500,00017,300,000
Marco Bognanni39,900,00011,000,000
Axel Hallay0-28,300,000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:15 AM Local Time
Hands #105-109: Bognanni With a Back-Raise

Marco Bognanni

Hand #105: Marco Bognanni calls from the button and Robert Mitchell checked his blind. Both players checked to the turn on a board of     , Mitchell then check-called a 1 million chip bet from Bognanni. Both players then checked the   river, Mitchell tabled    and raked in the pot.

Hand #106: Hallay called from the button, and then folded after Mitchell raised it to 4.5 million from his small blind.

Hand #107: After both Mitchell and Bognanni limped preflop, Hallay raised it up to 4.5 million and Mitchell made the call. Bognanni then three-bet shoved for 24.9 million, which got an instant fold from Hallay, but Mitchell asked for a count. He then went into the tank for about a minute before he decided the amount was too much too call and he mucked his cards.

Hand #108: Hallay called in the small blind and after Mitchell checked his option, both players saw a flop of    . Hallay bet 1 million and got called by Mitchell. After both players checked the   turn, and Hallay again checked on the   river, Mitchell decided to take a shot at the pot with a bet of 2 million, which was enough because Hallay folded.

Hand #109: After Mitchell raised it to 3.5 million and Bognanni made the call, both players checked to the river on a board of      . Mitchell then bet out 2 million, only to be check-raised to 15.2 million by Bognanni, which got a quick fold from Mitchell.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:03 AM Local Time
Hands #98-104: Bognanni Shortly Below Twenty Bigs

Marco Bognanni

Hand #98: Robert Mitchell limped the button, Marco Bognanni called the small blind, and Axel Hallay checked. The flop was     and saw three checks. The turn was another jack, the  , and Hallay bet 2,500,000. Mitchell folded, and Bognanni called.

The river brought the   and Bognanni checked. Hallay bet 6,000,000 this time, and Bogdanni went in the tank. He tried chatting his opponent up to get a read on him, but Hallay didn't respond and remained deeply buried in his hoodie. The Italian eventually gave it up and the French rail cheered.

Hand #99: Bognanni limped the button and Mitchell checked. Mitchell came out with a bet of 1,000,000 on the     flop. Bognanni raised to 3,000,000 and Mitchell called. The turn was the   and Mitchell checked. Bognanni opted for the check behind this time.

The   prompted a bet of 3,900,000 from Mitchell. Bognanni called it off and Mitchell showed him    for a pair of queens. Bognanni nodded and mucked to slip below the 20 big blind mark.

Hand #100: Mitchell limped the small blind in and Bognanni checked. An all-diamond flop of     was spread and Mitchell bet 1,000,000. Call from Bognanni.

The turn brought another   and Mitchell checked. Bognanni bet 1,500,000 and Mitchell quickly winged it.

Hand #101: Bognanni raised to 3,200,000 in the small blind and Hallay folded.

Hand #102: Bognanni popped it to 2,200,000 on the button this time and big blind Mitchell wanted to see a flop. The     prompted a check from Mitchell, 1,800,000 from Bognanni, and a fold.

Hand #103: Hallay raised to 2,000,000 on the button, Bognanni three-bet shoved 25,900,000 from the big blind and Hallay threw it away.

Hand #104: A walk for Hallay.

Robert Mitchell55,200,0001,700,000
Marco Bognanni28,900,000-1,700,000
Axel Hallay28,300,0000
Wednesday, June 19, 2019 12:02 AM Local Time
Hands #92-97: Hallay Goes From Short Stack to Contender

Axel Hallay

Hand #92: After Marco Bognanni limped from his small blind, Axel Hallay raised to 3 million from his big blind. Bognanni then three-bet to 16.9 million, which was more than enough to put Hallay all in if he made the call, which he did without hesitation.

Axel Hallay:   
Marco Bognanni:   

The board ran out      , which gave Hallay his third double-up at the final table.

Hand #93: After Hallay called from the small blind and Robert Mitchell checked from his big blind, both players then checked to the river on a board of      . Hallay slid out a bet of 1 million, Mitchell made the call, tabled    and raked in the pot.

Hand #94: Hallay raised to 2 million, which got a call from Bognanni. Both players checked through to the river on a       river, Mitchell bet 2.1 million and Hallay folded.

Hand #95: After Bognanni limped in from the small blind, Hallay raised it to 3.5 million and took down the pot.

Hand #96: After Hallay limp-called Mitchell's raise of 3.5 million from his big blind, Hallay then check-folded to Mitchell's bet of 3 million on the     flop.

Hand #97: Mitchell bumped it up to 3.5 million from his small blind and Bognanni folded his big blind.

Robert Mitchell53,500,00011,500,000
Marco Bognanni30,600,000-21,900,000
Axel Hallay28,300,00010,400,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 11:30 PM Local Time
Hands #87-91: First Skirmishes After Break

Hand #87: Marco Bognanni limped in on the button, Axel Hallay called and Robert Mitchell checked.

The flop     and turn   got checked around. Bognanni bet 3,000,000 on the   river and netted two folds with it.

Hand #88: Mitchell limped the small blind, and Bognanni checked. The     flop got checked. Mitchell bet 1,000,000 on the   turn and won the hand.

Hand #89: Mitchell raised to 2,000,000 on the button, Hallay three-bet shoved 15,400,000 from the big blind and got it through.

Hand #90: Bognanni limped and Halley completed. Mitchell raised to 4,500,000 and got the others out of the way.

Hand #91: Mitchell limped and Bognanni checked. On the     flop, Mitchell bet 1,000,000 and Bognanni called. The   turn brought a check from Mitchell. Bognanni bet 2,700,000 and Mitchell called.

The river was the   and both players checked. Bognanni won the hand on showdown with   , having paired the flop. Mitchell's paired nine on the turn wasn't enough and Bognanni bumped his lead to 10.5 million over Mitchell.

Marco Bognanni52,500,0005,800,000
Robert Mitchell42,000,000-4,700,000
Axel Hallay17,900,000500,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 11:21 PM Local Time
Level 39 started
Level: 39
Blinds: 500000/1000000
Ante: 1000000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 11:04 PM Local Time
Break

The three remaining players are on a 15-minute break.

COPAG USA
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 11:04 PM Local Time
Hands #82-86: Hallay Doubles Again

Axel Hallay

Hand #82: Axel Hallay raised it to 1.6 million and got a call from Marco Bognanni. After both players checked the     flop, Bognanni led out for 2.6 million on the   turn and Hallay made the call. When Bognanni continued the aggression with a bet of 4.8 million on the   river, Hallay had enough and folded his hand.

Hand #83: Robert Mitchell raised it to 2 million and got a call from Hallay. Both players checked the     flop, and Halley then check-folded to Mitchell's 1.5 million bet on the   turn.

Hand #84: Hallay shoved from his small blind and Mitchell folded his big blind.

Hand #85: Hallay folded his    limp to the raise to 3.1m from Mitchell, which the American made with pocket eights. Bognani got out of the way too, and Mitchell took another.

Hand #86: Bognanni raised to 8.3 million from his small blind, which was enough to put Hallay all in if he made the call, which he did, and both players tabled their hands.

Axel Hallay:   
Marco Bognanni:   

The     flop was a great one for Hallay, and the   turn pretty much secured his double up even before the dealer fanned the   on the river.

Marco Bognanni46,700,000-7,300,000
Robert Mitchell46,700,0003,600,000
Axel Hallay17,400,0002,100,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 10:52 PM Local Time
Hands #76-81: Hallay Doubles Up

Axel Hallay

Hand #76: Robert Mitchell completed the small blind and Marco Bognanni checked his option. The flop brought     and Mitchell bet 800,000. Bognanni called. The turn was the   and Mitchell checked. Bognanni bet 2,200,000, and Mitchell called.

The   river brought the fourth diamond. Mitchell came out blazing with a bet of 8,500,000. Bognanni surrendered and gave it to Mitchell.

Hand #77: Mitchell raised to 2,000,000 on the button, Hallay three-bet shoved 8,100,000 from the big blind and Mitchell called.

Axel Hallay:   
Robert Mitchell:   

The     flop kept the Frenchman in the lead. The turn   did so as well, even slashing an out from Mitchell. The river was the   and Hallay doubled up under thunderous cheers from the French rail.

Hand #78: Bognanni made it 2,000,000 on the button, Hallay, three-bet shoved 17,400,000 and Mitchell and Bognanni folded.

Hand #79: Walk for Bognanni.

Hand #80: Bognanni raised to 2,200,000 in the small blind and won the hand.

Hand #81: Hallay limped the small blind, Mitchell checked the big blind. The flop came     and Hallay bet 800,000. Mitchell called the bet.

The turn was the   and Hallay kept blasting with a bet of 2,500,000. Mitchell, however, raised to 10,000,000, and Halley folded.

Axel Hallay
Axel Hallay doubles up
Marco Bognanni54,000,000-5,000,000
Robert Mitchell43,100,000-1,400,000
Axel Hallay15,300,0006,400,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 10:48 PM Local Time
Hands #72-75: Big Pot Results in Big Chop

Hand #72: Marco Bognanni raised it to 2 million and Robert Mitchell called. Both players then checked to the river on a board of      , and after Mitchell checked for a third time, Bognanni slid out a 2 million chip bet and took down the pot.

Hand #73: Mitchell called from his small blind, but Bognanni decided he wanted to play for a little more, and bumped it up to 2.9 million, which was too much for Mitchell and he mucked his cards.

Hand #74: Mitchell raised it to 2 million, which was upped to 6.5 million by Bognanni. Mitchell made the call, and then called again when Bognanni continued for 4.8 million on the     flop. After both players checked the   turn] Bognanni put out a big bet of 11.4 million on the   river, which was called by Mitchell and both players tabled their hands and revealed that they had both just chopped the biggest pot of the tournament up to that point.

Bognanni:   
Mitchell:   

Hand #75: After Halley called from his small blind and Mitchell checked his option from the big blind, both players then checked through to the river on a board of      , and after Hallay checked again, Mitchell put out a bet of 1.5 million and took down the pot.

Marco Bognanni59,000,0004,800,000
Robert Mitchell44,500,000-500,000
Axel Hallay8,900,000-4,300,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 10:23 PM Local Time
Hands #67-71: Bognanni Puts in Two Big River Check-Raises

Marco Bognanni

Hand #67 Axel Hallay raised to 1,600,000 on the button and Marco Bognanni called. The flop was     and Bognanni checked. Hallay bet 3,000,000 and Bognanni called. The   turn went check/check.

The river was the   and after Bognanni checked, Hallay now bet 6,000,000. Bognanni considered it for thirty seconds while Hallay solemnly stared at the board. The Italian then check-raised all in and Halley let it go to be left with 21 big blinds.

Bognanni flashed the   and mucked the other card.

Hand #68: Mitchell made it 2,000,000 on the button and Bognanni called from the small blind. The flop came     and Mitchell bet 1,500,000, which Bognanni called.

The   on the turn brought four to a wheel and both players followed with a check. The   river prompted a check from Bognanni. Mitchell bet 3,000,000 but Bognanni came up with another big river check-raise, this time to 13,000,000, followed by a snap-release from Mitchell.

Hand #69: Bognanni limped the button and won it with a 1,000,000 bet on the     flop.

Hand #70: Bognanni made it 2,400,000 in the small blind and won the hand.

Hand #71: Bognanni got a walk.

Marco Bognanni54,200,00023,100,000
Robert Mitchell45,000,000-8,900,000
Axel Hallay13,200,000-14,200,000
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 10:20 PM Local Time
Hands #61-66: A Few Family Pots

Hand #61: Robert Mitchell called in the small blind and Marco Bognanni checked his option. Mitchell led out for 600,0000 on the     flop and Bognanni made the call. Mitchell then check-called the 1.5 milion bet from Bognanni on the   turn, and after both players checked the   river Mitchell tabled    and took down the pot.

Hand #62: Axel Hallay got a walk.

Hand #63: After Bognanni called, Hallay called and Mitchell checked his option. After both Hallay and Mitchell checked the     flop, Bognanni bet out and took down the pot.

Hand #64: Hallay raised to 1.6 million and both Mitchell and Bognanni made the call. Mitchell led out on the     flop for 1.5 million and took down the pot.

Hand #65: Mitchell raised to 2 million and Halley called. After Hallay checked the     flop, Mitchell bet 1.5 million and Hallay folded.

Hand #66: After Hallay limped in preflop from the small blind, Mitchell raised it up to 2.8 million and Hallay folded.

Robert Mitchell53,900,00010,100,000
Marco Bognanni31,100,000-4,600,000
Axel Hallay27,400,000-5,500,000