Simon Mattsson raised to 260,000 from under the gun and Stephen Graner three-bet to 675,000. Mattsson moved all in for 2,495,000 and Graner called to put the second player at risk in consecutive hands.
The flop was great for Graner, as it took away some outs for Mattsson. Neither the turn nor the river changed anything and Mattsson was sent to the rail in 5th place for €235,700.
Hand #34: Fabio Sperling was under the gun and mistakenly put some chips out before he had looked at his hand thinking he was the big blind. He was allowed to take the chips back and then opened for 250,000 with . Graner called in the big blind with .
The flop was and Graner bet 275,000. Sperling called and the turn was the . Graner bet again for 435,000 and Sperling made the call. The river card was the and Graner bet 660,000. Sperling took his time to make a decision but made the call and saw the bad news, Graner had the better straight.
Hand #25: Simon Mattsson opened to 200,000 with and Fabio Sperling in the big blind called with . The flop was and both players checked to see the turn card come the . It was checked again and the river was the . No bets and Mattsson took the pot.
Hand #26: Sperling in the small blind completed with Anton Bertilsson in the big blind with raised to 275,000. Sperling called and the flop was and both players checked.
On the turn Sperling bet 325,000 and Bertilsson made the call. The river was the and Sperling checked. Bertilsson then went for a bet of 425,000 and Sperling gave it some deep thought with his top pair before folding.
Hand #27: Stephen Graner opened to 200,000 with from the cut-off and small blind Anton Bertilsson with made the call.
The flop was and Graner bet 375,000 when it was checked to him. Bertilsson made the call to see a on the turn. A further check from Bertilsson saw a bet of 1,100,000 from Graner. That got the job done and Bertilsson mucked his hand.
Hand #28: Graner made it 200,000 with and Jonathan Wong called in the big blind with . The flop was and Wong checked. Graner bet 150,000 and Wong called to see the turn card .
Wong checked once more and so did Graner. The river was the and Wong led out for 450,000. Graner thought it through and called with the best hand.
Hand #20: Anton Bertilsson raised to 200,000 with and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #21: Jonathan Wong moved all in for 1,460,000 with from the hijack. Bertilsson had the better hand with in the big blind but mucked his cards.
Hand #22: Stephen Graner raised to 200,000 from the cutoff with and Simon Mattsson called in the big blind with . On the flop, Mattsson check-called a bet of 150,000 and the fell on the turn. Mattsson checked again and Graner fired 325,000, the Swede didn't go anywhere and tossed in the chips for a call.
The on the river was checked through and Mattsson scooped the pot.
Hand #23: Fabio Sperling found in the cutoff and raised to 215,000. Neither opponent was interested in calling and the German picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #24: Simon Mattsson raised to 200,000 from the button and Wong moved all in for 1,530,000 from the small blind. The Swede tanked for a few minutes and then made the call.
The Brit was at risk with the worse hand, but improved on the flop. The on the turn changed nothing and the river let Wong double up.
Hand #13: Anton Bertilsson raised to 200,000 from the hijack and Stephen Graner called from the small blind. Bjorn Wiesler three-bet to 710,000 out of the big blind with and that got folds from both opponents. The German showed his pair of queens.
Hand #14: Graner min-raised to 200,000 from the button with and Wiesler three-bet for the second time in a row, making it 625,000 to go from the small blind with . Graner gave it some thought before four-betting to 1,125,000. This time, Wiesler mucked.
Hand #15: Wiesler raised to 205,000 from the button with and Bertilsson called in the big blind with . On the flop, the Swede folded to a 175,000-continuation bet of Wiesler.
Hand #16: In the hijack seat, Graner raised to 200,000 with and Simon Mattsson defended his big blind with . Mattsson check-called the flop for 150,000 and checked again on the turn. Graner checked behind and the river saw Mattsson grabbing some chips. The Swede bet 255,000 and was eventually paid off by Graner to claim a substantial pot com pared to his stack.
Hand #17: Graner min-raised to 200,000 with and Wiesler called from one seat over with . The start-of-the-day chip leader found top pair on the flop and checked, Wiesler checked behind. The turn triggered a bet of 235,000 by Graner and that won the pot.