|Buy-In:||$25,000 + $50|
Will Molson moved all in preflop for 910,000 and William Reynolds snap called. Their cards:
Molson was eliminated in second place for the second year in a row and he will take home $322,075. Reynolds wins the event and he takes home the top prize worth $576,240.
William Reynolds raised to 175,000 preflop from the button and Will Molson reraised all in. Reynolds made the all-in call for 1,755,000 and they flipped over their cards:
Reynolds doubled up on the hand to 3,520,000 and Molson was knocked down to 880,000.
The blinds are now 30,000-60,000 with a 5,000 ante for the start of level 26.
William Reynolds raised to 110,000 preflop and Will Molson (pictured left) reraised all in for 1,210,000. Reynolds made the call and they flipped over their cards:
Molson doubled up to 2,010,000 on the hand and Reynolds was knocked down to 2,190,000.
William Reynolds has been grinding down Will Molson by winning most of the small pots in the final heads-up match. The chip counts are currently as follows:
William Reynolds — 3,340,000
Wil1 Molson — 870,000
The players are back from their break.
The final two players are now on a short, 30-minute dinner break.
The chip counts:
William Reynolds: 2,440,000
Will Molson: 1,758,000
The blinds are now 25,000-50,000 with a 5,000 ante for the start of level 25.
William Reynolds and Will Molson were the two most active players at this final table early today, but now that they are heads up they are playing very slow. This could be a very long heads-up battle.
William Reynolds raised to 85,000 on the button and Will Molson made the call in the big blind. The flop was dealt KJ3 and both players checked. The turn fell 9 and Molson bet 115,000. Reynolds made the call and the river fell J. Molson checked, Reynolds bet 150,000, and Molson raised to 420,000. Reynolds made the call and flipped over J8. Molson showed down Q-J and he won the hand to even up the chip stacks.
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