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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: 25,000-50,000 (ante: 5,000)

7.50pm: Dinner break
Players are now on a 90 minute dinner break. Chip counts are as follows:
Randy Dorfman, USA, 1,870,000
Tony G, Lithuania, 560,000
Vanessa Rousso, USA, Team PokerStars Pro 1,525,000

7.40pm: Tony G gets two shoves through – with sevens
Tony G re-raised Vanessa Rousso all in pre flop and forced a fold, showing 7 and claiming he had another one. The very next hand he shoved all in from the button, getting folds from Rousso and Randy Dorfman. This time he showed two cards – 77.

Moments earlier Dorfman went all in from the big blind, forcing a fold from Rousso who had completed from the small.

Tony G is still lowest in chips, with Dorfman enjoying the current chip lead with around 1.7 million.

7.25pm: Rousso makes good calls
Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso has edged ahead after making two good calls against her opponents. First she called a 100,000 bet on the turn of a 9Q44 board before both checked the 9 river. Her A2 good vs J6 of Dorfman.

Shortly after she called a 110,000 bet on the flop of K6 against Tony G, then both players checked the A turn before Tony G took another shot on the 5 river. Rousso was a non-believer once more and made the call with Q7 which was good when Tony G could only show 104.

7.00pm: Kings no good
Vanessa Rousso called from the button, Randy Dorfman folded and Tony G raised 110,000. Call from Rousso. The flop was 103A. Check, check. They also checked the Q turn, but on the 6 river Tony G bet 100,000 – call.

Tony G: KK
Rousso: A9

That hurt, but it could have been a lot worse.

6.40pm: The G’s megadraw
Tony G just took a decent pot off Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Rousso. In a limped pot, he bet 100,000 on the 565 which she called, before both checked the 7 turn. On the J river Tony G bet 160,000 and Rousso said she thought he’d got there with the flush before folding. He showed 74 for a flopped straight flush draw, turned pair and rivered flush!

Rousso recovered some chips after though, limping the button and checking behind Tony G on a J109 flop before raising his 50,000 bet on the Q turn to 150,000. He made the call but showed the 8 when folding to a 450,000 bet on the 6 river. It’s all still pretty even.

6.30pm: New level
Tournament staff are colouring up the yellow 1,000 chips and we’re moving straight into this level without the ten-minute break. We’ll have latest chip counts up in a few moments.


Vanessa Rousso

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