EPT Warsaw: Another table breaks
No let up after the break, a stroganoff-powered blaze into level 12 which has already dispatched the required players to leave us with just five tables.
Grzegorz Mikielewicz was part of that squeeze, getting his chips in with Q-2 against the pocket sixes of Marty Smyth. A table along it was goodnight for PokerStars shooting star and EPT Barcelona winner Sebastian Ruthenberg. He was in with 6-7 only to be called by Atanas Gueorguiev with A-K who watched a loving board of T-K-5-A-K dispatch the German.
PokerStars Shooting Star Sebastian Ruthenberg
This wasn’t the full story. The end came only after a disaster hand for Ruthenberg who moments before lost the majority of his stack in a clash with Patric Martenssen; queens against the Swede’s A-K which found company on the board.
Roland de Wolfe continues his onslaught with another big pot purloined from Frenchman Ludovic Lacay. He’s in good shape; others cannot say the same thing as they go to five tables with just 39 players left.