Hand #74: First to act, Tomas Jozonis opened for 325,000. David Peters jammed for 2,425,000 on the button, the blinds mucked and Jozonis quickly called.
The flop brought nothing for Peters. The turn was an , flipping his outs from the jacks to the queens, but the river was a and Peters was eliminated.
The Ohio native added €232,000 to his astonishing lifetime winnings of over $20 million dollars. With the cash, Peters will also overtake both Sam Trickett and Brian Rast on the all-time money list and move up to 13th place.
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