Day 1 Completed
Day 1 Completed
With the conclusion of The High Roller Big Game, the updates on the blog also end for today.
See you next week for more action on partypoker!
Marcus Farthing raised to 4,000,000 from the button for Jens Lakemeier to make the call.
The flop came for Lakemeier to check. Farthing took some time and continued with a bet of 6,187,500. Lakemeier tanked for a bit and then shoved for 30,486,208 for Farthing to call with the bigger stack after he had taken the chip lead back in the previous hand.
Lakemeier had flopped the open-ended straight draw while Farthing had picked up the gutshot to a straight.
The turn was the for Farthing to improve to an open-ended straight draw too and got there when the came on the river to win the tournament outright without a deal for $65,609.
The High Roller Big Game Final Table Results May 2
|1||Marcus Farthing||United Kingdom||$65,609|
|3||David Peters||United States||$29,106|
Jens Lakemeier has taken over the chip lead in The High Roller Big Game and Marcus Farthing asked if they could maybe look at the deal via chat and checked the box but Lakemeier hasn't responded yet.
Lakemeier has 59,111,208 in chips to his name right now while Farthing is trailing with 35,588,792.
Marcus Farthing and Jens Lakemeier are battling heads-up right now with Farthing with a significant chip lead after Wiktor Malinowski and David Peters have been eliminated.
At the time of writing, there are four players left in The High Roller Big Game.
Marcus Farthing has taken over the chip lead with almost 45 million in chips while he's trailed by David Peters, Jens Lakemeier, and Wiktor Malinowski.
There are currently six players left in The High Roller Big Game.
David Peters is in the lead with quite a big gap between him and Wiktor Malinowski who is sitting in second place. Marcus Farthing, Jens Lakemeier, Joakim Andersson, and Andras Nemeth are still in the running too.
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Wiktor Malinowski leads the final nine players on the final table of The High Roller Big Game, he is followed by Jens Lakemeier, Pier-Luc Martin, David Peters, Joakim Andersson, Andras Nemeth, Peter Tschernigg, Marcus Farthing, and Laszlo Bujtas with the shortest stack.
All nine players have secured at least $7,694 but there's $65,609 up for grabs for the eventual winner.