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2011 World Series of Poker

Event #58: $10,000 Main Event

Hand #275: Heinz Slipping

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

Martin Staszko had the button. He limped in and Pius Heinz checked to see the {K-Spades}{J-Clubs}{9-Clubs} flop. Both players checked and the {7-Clubs} landed on the turn. Heinz bet three million and Staszko called.

The {A-Hearts} landed on the river and Heinz bet 6.5 million. Staszko called with the {K-Diamonds}{8-Hearts} and Heinz mucked.

Tags: Pius HeinzMartin Staszko

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Hand #274: Staszko Check-Raises the River

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

Pius Heinz had the button, and he switched his raise back to 4.2 million. It was no matter to Martin Staszko, and he called to see the {2-Spades} {K-Hearts} {J-Diamonds} flop. Heinz continued out with 5 million, and Staszko called to see the {9-Hearts} on the turn. It went check-check this time, and the {5-Clubs} filled out the board. Staszko checked a third time, and Heinz decided a river bet of 8.5 million was in order. Surprisingly, though, his opponent clicked it back, making the minimum check-raise to 17 million total. Heinz sat back in his chair a bit now, and it became clear that he did not like his spot. After just a minute, he slid his cards back to the dealer with one finger.

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Hand #273: Pius Heinz

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

Martin Staszko had the button. He raised to 4.25 million Pius Heinz reraised to 10.4 million. Staszko called.

The flop came down {5-Diamonds}{4-Hearts}{2-Diamonds} and Heinz was first to act. Fro under his white Hugo Boss hooded sweatshirt, Heinz bet 10.5 million. Staszko folded and Heinz won the pot.

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