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Buy-In: $10,000
Prize Pool: $2,406,400
Entrants: 256

Event 35 - $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em Heads Up Championship

  • Jun 18, '10 - Jun 20, '10
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Updates on Final Day (Jun 21, 10)

 
 

Match 2 Update: Ayaz Mahmood Wins

Blinds: 60,000-120,000

Players Remaining: 1 out of 256

Average Chip Count: 7,680,000

Tournament Leaderboard:

1. Ayaz Mahmood — 7,680,000
2. Moritz Schmejkal — 0

Eliminations:

2. Moritz Schmejkal — $386,636

Big Hands:

Moritz SchmejkalMoritz Schmejkal Eliminated, Ayaz Mahmood Wins

Moritz Schmejkal bet 250,000 from the button and Ayaz Mahmood called. The flop came AHeart Suit10Diamond Suit9Club Suit and Mahmood checked. Schmejkal bet 250,000 and Mahmood check-raised to 600,000. Schmejkal reraised 1,000,000. Mahmood moved all in. Schejkal called the additional 1,455,000 to put himself at risk. He exposed the ADiamond Suit6Spade Suit while Mahmood tabled the QHeart Suit10Heart Suit. Schmejkal was ahead with his pair of aces. The JDiamond Suit that fell on the river gave Mahmood more outs. One of them came in the form of the KSpade Suit and Mahmood won the match and the bracelet with a rivered straight.

Player Tags: Ayaz Mahmood,   Moritz Schmejkal
 

Match 2 Update: Moritz Schmejkal Doubles Up

Blinds: 60,000-120,000

Players Remaining: 2 out of 256

Average Chip Count: 3,840,000

Tournament Leaderboard:

1. Moritz Schmejkal — 4,105,000
2. Ayaz Mahmood — 3,575,000

Eliminations:

None

Big Hands:

Moritz SchmejkalMoritz Schmejkal Doubles Up

Ayaz Mahmood limped and Moritz Schmejkal shoved for 1,245,000. Mahmood made the call and exposed the QClub SuitJDiamond Suit while Schmejkal exposed the ADiamond Suit10Diamond Suit. The board ran out 5Heart Suit4Heart Suit3Spade Suit9Heart Suit4Club Suit and Schmejkal doubled to 2,490,000. Mahmood was down to 5,190,000 after the hand.

Left in the Deck:

Players are now on a 60 minute dinner break and will return at 12:30 a.m. PST.

Player Tags: Ayaz Mahmood,   Moritz Schmejkal
 

Match 2 Update: Ayaz Mahmood Doubles Up

Blinds: 20,000-40,000

Players Remaining: 2 out of 256

Average Chip Count: 3,840,000

Tournament Leaderboard:

1. Ayaz Mahmood — 3,940,000
2. Moritz Schmejkal — 3,740,000

Eliminations:

None

Big Hands:

Ayaz MahmoodAyaz Mahmood Doubles Up

Ayaz Mahmood bet 70,000 and Moritz Schmejkal raised to 210,000. Mahmood called and the flop came AClub SuitJClub Suit7Diamond Suit and Schmejkal bet 175,000. Mahmood called and the the 6Diamond Suit fell on the turn. Schmejkal checked and Mahmood bet 500,000. Schmejkal moved all in and Mahmood called. Schmejkal tabled the 3Club Suit2Club Suit while Mahmood tabled pocket sixes for a set. Schmejkal just had a flush draw and failed to get there with a 5Heart Suit river. Schmejkal was down to 1,470,000 and Mahmood doubled to 6,210,000 after the hand.

Moritz Schmejkal Doubles Up

Moritz Schmejkal bet 80,000. Ayaz Mahmood called and the flop came 9Heart Suit8Club Suit2Heart Suit. Mahmood check-called a bet of 80,000 from Schmejkal. The 10Heart Suit fell on the turn and Mahmood checked. Schmejkal bet and Mahmood shoved. Schmejkal called and exposed the QHeart Suit5Heart Suit for a flush. Mahmood exposed the AHeart Suit8Diamond Suit and needed a heart to make a higher flush. However, the 2Diamond Suit hit the river and Schmejkal doubled up to about even.

Player Tags: Ayaz Mahmood,   Moritz Schmejkal
 

Shuffle Up and Deal

Player is now underway in the second match of the best-of-three contest!

The chip counts have been reset and stand at:

Ayaz Mahmood — 3,840,000
Moritz Schmejkal — 3,840,000

Stay tuned for updates from the final day of the event.

 

Final Day Begins at 7 p.m. PT

Ayaz Mahmood will begin with a 1-0 lead over Moritz Schmejkal for today’s restart at 7 p.m. PT.

The winner will walk away with $625,682, while the runner-up will receive $386,636 at the 2010 World Series of Poker.

Stay tuned to Card Player for action from the Rio!

Player Tags: Ayaz Mahmood,   Moritz Schmejkal
 
 
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