No Limit Hold'em Jun 2, Bellagio. Or use your PokerNews account: That said, the flop made things extremely interesting as Sormunen picked up a flush draw. Both played superbly, but in the end it was Middleton who vanquished his opponent. If that's too rich there is always the satellite route, with regular qualifiers to be found in the PokerStars lobby. The turn was a miss, meaning he had 12 outs he could hit on the river. The first elimination of the day occurred on Hand 17 of the final table Level
Featured GPI tournament Fill your agenda or book your seat in the upcoming events. GPI News and Announcements. Hometown Silsden, United Kingdom. Residence Leeds, United Kingdom. Tournament Results of Tom Middleton Legend: Date PoY rank Score Jan 3, Date PoY rank Score Sep 26, Heat 5 Sep 29, Presentable Productions. Sormunen thought long and hard before announcing that he was all in for 4.
Sormunen knew he was in trouble even before the cards were tabled, and indeed it was a bad spot. That said, the flop made things extremely interesting as Sormunen picked up a flush draw. The turn was a miss, meaning he had 12 outs he could hit on the river. The dealer burned one last time and put out the.
With four remaining, Fiorini was the chip leader and a deal was discussed. It seemed they were close to an agreement, but eventually negotiations fell through and play resumed. Within a half hour, Fiorini was out in fourth.
Not long after, Nielsen raised from the small blind holding the and Kurko defended from the big with the. The flop was gin for Kurko as he received a straight, which was considerably bad news for Nielsen and his top pair. The man from Denmark was first to act and led out for ,, which prompted Kurko to raise to 1. Nielsen immediately announced a raise to 3. Nielsen slapped down his cards and seemed surprised to see Kurko table a straight. The turn actually kept Nielsen in the running as a five or eight on the river would give him a full house, but it was not meant to be as the peeled off.
Both played superbly, but in the end it was Middleton who vanquished his opponent. Middleton three-bet to 2,, and Kurko sat back to think about the situation. Just how many more times would he be able to lay down an ace? Kurko decided it was time to make a stand and moved all in. Middleton quickly made the call and turned over the. The flop was and Kurko was left drawing to three outs, and much to his dismay, the turn and river bricked out. The British rail went crazy and a new EPT champion was crowned.