Timothy Adams just moved back over 200,000 in chips to get to 220,000 after picking up a couple of pots. In both, he used aggressive play to take down the pots preflop.
On the first hand, four-time World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner Daniel Alaei opened to 6,000, and EPT Season 4 German Open winner Mike McDonald called from the cutoff seat. Adams was in the small blind and reraised to 42,000. Everyone folded, and Adams won the pot.
The very next hand, Andrew Lichtenberger raised to 6,000 from under the gun. Jean-Noel Thorel called from the next seat, then play folded to Adams on the button. He reraised and made it 22,000 to go. The blinds, Lichtenberger, and Thorel all folded, giving Adams the pot.