|Buy-In:||$10,000 + $300|
Tyler Reiman moved all in for 12,060,000 from the small blind and Harrison Gimbel made the call. Their cards:
Reiman was eliminated on the hand in second place and he will take home $1,750,000 in prize money. Gimbel is the 2010 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure champion and he walks away with the top prize worth $2,200,000.
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Tyler Reiman raised to 600,000 preflop and Harrison Gimbel made the call. The flop was dealt 722 and Reiman bet 825,000. Reiman made the call and the turn fell 2.
Gimbel checked and Reiman bet 1.85 million. Gimbel called and the river fell 3. Gimbel checked, Reiman moved all in, and Gimbel made the call. Their cards:
The two players held the same full house and they chopped up another huge pot.
Tyler Reiman raised to 520,000 preflop on the button and Harrison Gimbel made the call. The flop was dealt 654 and Gimbel checked. Reiman bet 630,000 and Gimbel called. The turn fell 10 and Gimbel checked again. Reiman bet 1.8 million and Gimbel called.
The river fell 7 and Gimbel checked. Reiman bet 4.2 million and Gimbel raised all in. Reiman mucked 87 face up in the middle of the table and Gimbel grew his stack to a large chip lead worth 36 million. Reiman was left with just 9.5 million.
Harrison Gimbel raised to 600,000 and Tyler Reiman reraised to 1,675,000. Gimbel called and the flop was dealt A82. Both players checked and the turn fell 7. Reiman checked, Gimbel bet 2.2 million, and Reiman called.
The river fell 3 and Reiman checked again. Gimbler bet 4.7 million and Reiman made the call. Gimbel turned over A5 and Reiman mucked. Gimbler held 28 million after the hand and Reiman was left with 17 million.
The blinds are now 120,000-240,000 with a 20,000 ante for level 33.
Tyler Reiman raised to 525,000 from the button and Harrison Gimbel made the call. The flop was dealt A82 and they both checked. The turn fell 2 and Gimbel bet 600,000. Reiman raised to 1.6 million and Gimbel reraised to 3.6 million.
Reiman made the call and the river was dealt 7. Gimbel moved all in for 11,990,000 and Reiman called. Their cards:
The two players chopped up the pot. A lot of excitement for very little payoff.
The final two players have returned from dinner and heads-up action has begun. Blinds remain at 100,000-200,000 with a 20,000 ante for the next couple minutes.
The final two players are now on dinner break until 7:30 p.m. EST. Here is a look at the chip stacks when heads-up play begins:
Tyler Reiman: 28,625,000
Harrison Gimbel: 17,255,000
Barry Shulman moved all in preflop for 4,165,000 on the button and Harrison Gimbel made the call in the big blind. Their cards:
Shulman received no help on the board and Gimbel won the pot with ace-high. Shulman was eliminated in third place and he will take home $1,350,000 in prize money.
Tyler Reiman raised to 420,000 preflop on the button and Barry Shulman moved all in for 2,970,000 from the big blind. Reiman made the call and they flipped over their cards:
Shulman doubled up on the hand and he now holds 6.1 million.
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