1. Nicolas Levi — 460,000
2. Chris Moneymaker — 390,000
3. Ekaterina Kolobekova — 360,000
4. Domenico Iannone — 350,000
5. Simon Munz — 340,000
6. Paul Berende — 337,000
7. Owen Crowe — 310,000
8. Moritz Kranich — 280,000
9. Oleksandr Vaserfirer — 275,000
10. Toby Lewis — 255,000
Aaron Gustavson Going In Wrong Direction
Josef Klinger raised to 6,500 and Aaron Gustavson reraised to 15,500. Klinger then moved all in for 55,600 and Gustavson called with pocket tens.
Klinger was in trouble with A6, but the flop brought came A7543 to give him a straight and a double up. Gustavson was down to 250,000, but his woes weren’t over yet.
A few hands later, he was in a raising war with Melanie Weisner in the blinds. Soon Weisner was all in holding pocket aces and Gustavson turned over AK. The aces held and Weisner doubled up to 220,000. Gustavson is now down to 125,000.
Jeff Sarwer Eliminated
Chess prodigy Jeff Sarwer raised to 5,900 from the button and Laurence Houghton shoved from the big blind for 58,000.
Sarwer talked himself into a call with KJ and was drawing live against Houghton’s AQ. The board fell A10842 and Sarwer was crippled down to 3,800.
Though he doubled up with aces on the next hand, he was eliminated shortly thereafter when his K-Q failed to hit against tens.
Marcel Luske Drops Some To Paul Testud
Marcel Luske raised to 6,400 from middle position and Paul Testud called from the big blind. The flop came down 863 and both players checked.
The turn was the 9 and Testud checked to Luske, who bet 4,000. Testud called and the river was the K. Testud then bet 6,000 and Luske called.
Testud showed K10 and Luske mucked, bringing his stack to 70,000. Testud is up to 110,000.
Leo Margets Eliminated
In some poker girl on girl action, Leo Margets was all in holding AK against Ekaterina Kolobekova’s pocket queens.
The flop board improved Kolobekova to a full house and Margets was eliminated. Kolobekova now has 360,000.
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