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Event #36 - $2,100 XL Inferno High Roller
Days:
1

Event Info

Buy-in $2,100
Prize Pool $500,000
Players 286

Level Info

Level 30
Blinds 40,000 / 80,000
Ante 10,000

Highlights

Highlights

Event #36 - $2,100 XL Inferno High Roller
Day 1 Completed

Anton "anteen" Bertilsson Wins Event #36 - $2,100 XL Inferno High Roller

ericajax • Level 30: 40,000-80,000, 10,000 ante
Anton Bertilsson
Anton Bertilsson

After more than 11 hours of play, Event #36 - $2,100 XL Inferno High Roller finally crowned a winner. Anton "anteen" Bertilsson from claimed the victory and the first prize of after beating "Kannwas" in the deciding heads-up.

This event, with a buy-in of $2,100, saw 222 players register and those players made 64 rebuys to get a total amount of 286 players. They created a total prize pool of $572,000 with 36 places paid. It took a while to get to the money but in the end, "GramNaKartke" was the last player finishing empty-handed. He lost a huge pot with king-queen against pocket aces, with lots of short stacks still in the tournament.

After the players reached the money, it went pretty quickly to a final table. On the bubble of the final table, there was a huge 3-way all-in where "Kannwas" busted "morewater" and "sweetness158" with his pocket nines against ace-king and pocket sevens. Just eight players went to the final table, where "cocadas" and "peterpan_33." busted within ten minutes.

When play reached the final six, players looking scared to bust and it took a while before another player was sent to the rail. After quite some time, it was "grandepike" who lost all of his chips with ace-six against the king-queen of "anteen". Short after, "Sr.Penes" (fifth, $33,176) and "diosmono69" (fourth, $48,620) busted to get the tournament three-handed.

Only a few hands later, they could start the heads-up after "R1valdo10" lost a crucial coin flip with ace-king against the pocket jacks of Bertilsson. The Swedish started the battle for victory against "Kannwas" with a 2:1-advantage, but his opponent got back to even stacks pretty quickly.

"Kannwas" dominated for an hour but in the end, the Swedish took back control. He doubled with top pair against a straight draw and finished the job with pocket nines against ten-seven to secure himself of the first prize of $116,974.

PositionPlayerCountryPrize
1anteenSweden$116,974
2KannwasGermany$85,800
3R1valdo10Sweden$64,636
4diosmono69Uruguay$48,620
5Sr.PenesUnited Kingdom$33,176
6grandepikeCanada$25,740
7cocadasUnited Kingdom$20,020
8peterpan_33.United Kingdom$14,300
9morewaterDenmark$10,868

"Kannwas" Busted In Second Place

ericajax • Level 30: 40,000-80,000, 10,000 ante

After one hour of heads-up play, "Kannwas" was dominating against "anteen". The Swedish doubled back to the chiplead with ace-ten against an open-ended straight draw, before finishing the job.

In the last hand, the pocket nines of "anteen" survived against the ten-seven of "Kannwas". The German had to settle for second place of $85,800, while "anteen" took the first prize of $116,974.

anteen se
anteen
se 5,700,000 3,724,508
Kannwas at
Kannwas
at Busted

Bertilsson Staying Alive

ericajax • Level 30: 40,000-80,000, 10,000 ante

Anton "anteen" Bertilsson was just down to fifteen big blinds, but he doubled with pocket fives against queen-nine to stay alive.

Kannwas at
Kannwas
at 3,744,508 330,761
anteen se
anteen
se 1,975,492 -75,761
Level:
30
Blinds:
40,000/80,000
Ante:
10,000

Kannwas In The Lead

ericajax • Level 29: 30,000-60,000, 7,500 ante

"Kannwas" is playing a great heads-up and he's now the chip leader of this event.

Kannwas at
Kannwas
at 3,413,747 1,594,837
anteen se
anteen
se 2,051,253 -1,771,087
Level:
29
Blinds:
30,000/60,000
Ante:
7,500

Deal?

ericajax • Level 28: 22,500-45,000, 5,625 ante

Players are discussing a deal, but it looks like there will be no agreement.

Level:
28
Blinds:
22,500/45,000
Ante:
5,625

Heads-Up!

ericajax • Level 27: 17,500-35,000, 4,375 ante

A few moments after the last bust-out, "R1valdo10" was all-in with {A-Hearts}{K-Hearts} against "anteen"'s {J-Hearts}{J-Spades}. The board came {2-Spades}{10-Spades}{4-Diamonds}{3-Spades}{J-Clubs} and it was "R1valdo10" who had to settle for third place for $64,636.

anteen se
anteen
se 3,822,340 1,248,980
R1valdo10 se
R1valdo10
se Busted