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The latest chip counts will be placed here as we get them, while you’ll have to exercise your index finger to click here for the prizes page and those who pocket them. And they’ll need big pockets.

Blinds: 20,000-40,000 (ante: 4,000)

6.05pm: Chips
Vanessa Rousso, Team PokerStars Pro, 1,490,000
Randy Dorfman, 1,359,000
Tony G, 1,126,000

5.45pm: Happy jack for Rousso
Vanessa Rousso’s AJ came good in the end on a 4103QJ board, enough to take down a 470,000 pot off Randy Dorfman. Tony G is sipping tea.

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5.30pm: Dorfman takes a biggy
There is starting to be a lot of limped three-way pots but not much action down the streets. In the biggest pot of the last ten minutes or so,Tony G limped the button and Vanessa Rousso made up the small blind. Dorfman raised an additional 125,000 and both players called and saw a 4A7 flop. All three players checked and a 2 appeared on the turn. Rousso checked a second time and Dorfman moved all-in, Tony G folded after some dwelling and Rousso folded too, the pair showing 87 and Q10 respectively. Dorfman showed them JJ

5.20pm: Rousso doubles up
Monster pot alert! Vanessa Rousso, who had slipped in chips slightly, just secured a key double up against Randy Dorfman. He had raised to 88,000 pre flop, called by Rousso. The flop came 9K4, and that’s when things got a bit carried away. Dorfman bet 108,000, Rousso re-raised, he went all-in, she called for her tournament life.

Dorfman: K10
Rousso: 910

Rousso needed a club for the flush – and the 2 duly arrived on the turn. She’s now over the million mark again, while Dorfman is back at 800,000, closely followed by Tony G.

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Vanessa Rousso

5.10pm: Finely balanced
It’s still high-wire balancing act in the high roller event, Tony G has been the main aggressor, raising preflop from the small blind against Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso and continuation betting the KQ2 flop. He also raised to 180,000 from the big blind after Rousso limped the button, the latter folding to the pressure of the big bet.

5.00pm: Break time
Players have taken a ten-minute break. They’re now coming back to sit around the following approximate stacks:

Randy Dorfman, USA, 1,350,000
Tony G, Lithuania, 1,350,000
Vanessa Rousso, USA, Team PokerStars Pro, 1,250,000

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Tony G

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