Pius Heinz had the button, and he opened to 4 million. Martin Staszko folded.
Martin Staszko had the button and limped in. Pius Heinz checked his option and the flop came down . Both players checked.
The turn was the and Heinz checked to the Czech. Staszko bet 3.25 million and Heinz folded.
Pius Heinz had the button, and he gave Martin Staszko a walk.
|Pius Heinz||PokerStars Team Pro (Germany)||62,100,000||-11,800,000|
Martin Staszko had the button. He limped in and Pius Heinz checked to see the flop. Both players checked and the landed on the turn. Heinz bet three million and Staszko called.
The landed on the river and Heinz bet 6.5 million. Staszko called with the and Heinz mucked.
|Pius Heinz||PokerStars Team Pro (Germany)||73,900,000||-18,000,000|
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 flop. Heinz continued out with 5 million, and Staszko called to see the on the turn. It went check-check this time, and the 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.
|Pius Heinz||PokerStars Team Pro (Germany)||91,900,000||10,700,000|
Martin Staszko had the button. He raised to 4.25 million Pius Heinz reraised to 10.4 million. Staszko called.
The flop came down 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.
|Pius Heinz||PokerStars Team Pro (Germany)||81,200,000||4,300,000|