Level 16: 2,000-4,000, 500 ante
Somebody get a hose because Benjamin Wilinofsky is on fire at table 33. He is a one man wrecking machine and the latest player to be laid to waste is David Vamplew. The Scotsman woke up with Tx Tx in the hijack, Wilinofsky woke up with Qx Qx, on the button, and after a raising war Vamplew was sent to the rail just shy of a little bit of cash.
Wilinofsky ~ 680,000
Level 4: 100-200, 25 ante
How about this for a table: Erik Cajelais, Gianluca Trebbi, Chris Moorman, Konstantin Puchkov, Dominik Nitsche and David Vamplew.
Chris Moorman is the newest member of the table and we have just seen him lose a chunk of chips to Cajelais before getting them back from Trebbi.
Moorman opens, from under the gun, making it 550 to play, David Vamplew calls, Erik Cajelais calls as does the button and the big blind.
Flop: AJ 7
Moorman bets 1,600, when checked too, Vamplew calls, Cajelais calls and the other two players fold.
Moorman bets 4,725, Vamplew folds and Cajelais calls.
Moorman checks, Cajelais puts enough 5,000 chips in the pot to put Moorman all-in and Moorman folds.
Then just a few hands later Moorman doubled up through Gianluca Trebbi after hitting a flush on the river but unfortunately we missed the hand.
Cajelais ~ 50,000
Moorman ~ 48,000
Trebbi ~ 1,000
Level 1: 50-100, ante
We just brought you details of an Erik Cajelais hand and he is joined, at his table, by David Vamplew and Konstantin Puchkov.
The player, under the gun, raises to 250 and there are two callers before David Vamplew enters the fray with a three-bet, from the button, for 1,150. If the bet was intended to scare his opponents into folding - it didn't work - as all three players make the call.
The action checks through to the river on a board of A K 9 8 J and Puchkov takes down the hand with a 2,550 bet.