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Patrik Antonius Eliminated By Daniel Negreanu

With a 121,000 stack and the blinds at 5,000/10,000, Patrik Antonius raised to 25,000 on the button.

The Railbird Report: Online's Biggest Winner Patrik Antonius Back in Action

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Jacobson Check Calls

Martin Jacobson made it 2,000 from the hijack and Patrik Antonius called from the cutoff. Pablo Melogno over called from the big blind. The flop came and both Melogno and Jacobson checked.

Spinella Spun

Portugal's Michel Dattani opened with a bet of 4,500 that both Patrik Antonius and Vanessa Selbst called. Anthony Spinella then woke up with a raising hand in the small blind, making it 18,500.

Antonius Knocks Out Nitsche and Soulier

As we arrived, Patrik Antonius was already stacking all the chips and we just caught Fabrice Soulier making his exit. Justin Bonomo told us what had happened.

Kanit and Antonius Gone; Holz Back In

Fedor Holz came back with a ticket in his hand two minutes before the end of the previous level while Patrik Antonius shipped over his stack to Mikita Badziakouski.

Seidel and Antonius Short

On the river of a board , Erik Seidel checked and then folded to a bet worth 25,000 by table neighbor Timofey Kuznetsov.

2016 EPT Grand Final €100,000 Super High Roller Day 1: Badziakouski Leads the Way

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Antonius Busts to Kaverman

The seat of Patrik Antonius was empty and the Finn had just packed his belongings while Igor Kurganov was kind enough to confirm what exactly happened.

Vogelsang and Antonius Shove for the Win

Christoph Vogelsang and table neighbor Ali Reza Fatehi clashed in a pot worth 140,000 and the former then shoved the river for pretty much the same amount. Fatehi let go to conserve his big stack.

Chidwick Busts to Petrangelo

On the three-way turn , Stephen Chidwick bet 30,000 and Patrik Antonius folded while Nick Petrangelo check-called. The dealer then burned and turned the river.