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Tag: Patrik Antonius

Antonius Bluffs to Bust

Just before the break, Patrik Antonius left the building after bluffing off his stack to Michael Addamo, who leapt up to 290,000 chips.

Enter Antonius

Patrik Antonius has entered the tournament.

Antonius vs. Negreanu: Only One Will Survive

A big pot just took place between two of the world's most popular players in Daniel Negreanu and Patrik Antonius. It was a hand that would see one of them fall.

Duhamel Eliminated by Antonius

Paul Phua opened to 6,500 preflop from UTG, Patrik Antonius made it 24,000 from UTG+1, action was passed around to Team PokerStars Pro Jonathan Duhamel who moved all in for about 80,000. Phua folded but Antonius called instantly.

Another Big Shot Just Walked In

Patrik Antonius was just seen entering the tournament area with a receipt in his hand. Nope, you guessed wrong, he isn't entering the FPS Main Event Day 1b. Antonius bought in for €100,000 and has taken his seat in the Super High Roller.

Hansen Likes What He Says

Gus Hansen just called Zoltan Szabo's preflop shove after having put in a raise for about 120,000 total. "I like that," Hansen said when Szabo showed his . The Great Dane tabled and a straight up coin flip was upon us.

Antonius Out

One of the new players to the field today, Patrik Antonius, has been eliminated in unknown action.

Patrik Antonius Eliminated in 5th Place (AU$700,000)

Patrik Antonius raised the size of the pot (230,000) from the cutoff, which left him less than 200,000 behind. Mike "Timex" McDonald called him from the button, the blinds folded, and it was heads-up action to the flop.

Seidel Finds a King to Extend His Tournament Life

Erik Seidel got his stack all in preflop holding the and received a call from Patrik Antonius, who was ahead with the . Seidel needed some help and found some on the .

Double for Antonius

Patrik Antonius was all in preflop with the against the for Erik Seidel. Antonius was at risk for his last 365,000 and doubled after the board ran out .

Big Slick Doesn't Do the Trick

Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu opened for 100,000 under the gun and cleared the field to a short-stacked Patrik Antonius in the big blind. The Finn didn't seem too excited but tossed in the additional 50,000 nonetheless.

Steicke Doubles Through Antonius

The details escaped us, but we do know that David Steicke got his stack all in and was racing against Patrik Antonius.

Shot Clock Violation

Daniel Negreanu opened from under the gun, Patrick Antonius defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Antonius check-called a bet of 75,000, the turn was a repeat queen - the - and Antonius led out.

Negreanu Raises Antonius

Patrik Antonius raised to 60,000, and Team PokerStars Pro Daniel Negreanu called in position to see the flop. Antonius bet 65,000, and Negreanu raised to 150,000. Antonius folded, and Negreanu won the pot.

Some More for Polk

Doug Polk opened for 55,000 under the gun and received calls from Patrik Antonius and David Steicke in the cutoff and big blind respectively. When the flop came down , Steicke checked, Polk bet 92,000, and Antonius folded.

Eights for Timoshenko

From early position, Patrik Antonius raised to 50,000. Yevgeniy Timoshenko called on the button, and Martin Jacobson called from the big blind. The flop came down , and Jacobson checked. Antonius bet 60,000, and Timoshenko called.

Dwan is Busto

Tom "durrrr" Dwan opened the action for 32,000 preflop and Patrik Antonius defended from the big blind. The Finn checked the flop and Dwan continued for 43,000.

Polk Leads Turn Into Steicke

From under the gun, David Steicke raised to 36,000. He was called by Doug Polk from the small blind, and Patrik Antonius out of the big blind. Then, the dealer spread the flop, and action checked to Steicke.

Steicke Sticks the Flop to Double Through Antonius

David Steicke got his stack of 290,000 all in preflop holding the and was in a bad spot against Patrik Antonius' . Fortunately for Steicke, who won this event back in 2009, the flop was gin as it delivered him two pair.

Antonius Wakes Up with Aces to Eliminate Reigning WSOP Champ

Ryan Riess and Patrik Antonius engaged in a back-and-forth raising contest that resulted in the former player getting all his chips in preflop.