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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Hand #244: Martin Staszko

• Level 42: 1,000,000-2,000,000, 300,000 ante

Pius Heinz had the button, and he started the new level with a raise to 4.2 million. Martin Staszko grabbed a big stack of chips with his left hand, and he cut out a reraise to 11.5 million and slid it across the imaginary betting line. Heinz gave a stare as he shuffled chips, and he eventually grabbed his bet back and made a four-bet to 20.6 million. Staszko announced a five-bet all in rather quickly, and the fold from Heinz came in an instant.

Staszko's side of the stage erupted, and their man has taken the chip lead once again.

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Posted 11-09-2011 05:30 GMT 123md

Break Time

• Level 41: 800,000-1,600,000, 200,000 ante

The two remaining players have stepped off-stage for a quick break. We're not sure how long it is (maybe 8 minutes?), but we'll be back as soon as the cards go back in the air.

Hand #243: Martin Staszko

• Level 41: 800,000-1,600,000, 200,000 ante

Martin Staszko had the button, and he limped in for the minimum. Pius Heinz checked to see the flop, but he led out with 2 million on the {4-Diamonds} {5-Hearts} {8-Hearts}. Staszko flatted, and the {K-Spades} hit fourth street. Heinz fired out again with 4.5 million, and Staszko called once again.

That led them to the {4-Spades} river, and Heinz slowed back down. He checked, and Staszko took his cue to bet 9.75 million. Heinz mucked and spilled his coffee on the floor in the process, and that's the end of the level, too.

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