$25,000 High Roller
Days:
123

Lucky Sevens for Reinkemeier

Chad_Holloway

Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst opened for 35,000 from early position only to have Tobias Reinkemeier move all in for 127,000 from the big blind. Selbst snap-called with {6-Spades}{6-Diamonds}, but she was dominated by the {7-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} of Reinkemeier.

The board ran out {8-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds}{4-Spades}{J-Clubs} and Reinkemeier's sevens held to give him a much-needed double.

Vanessa Selbst us
Vanessa Selbst
us 1,650,000 -160,000
Tobias Reinkemeier de
Tobias Reinkemeier
de 262,000 136,000

Tags: Tobias ReinkemeierVanessa Selbst

Level:
20
Blinds:
8,000/16,000
Ante:
2,000

Counts

[user101598]
Vanessa Selbst us
Vanessa Selbst
us 1,810,000 125,000
Ole Schemion de
Ole Schemion
de 1,575,000 75,000
Shaun Deeb us
Shaun Deeb
us 1,045,000 -80,000
Micah Raskin us
Micah Raskin
us 842,000 52,000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy ru
Vladimir Troyanovskiy
ru 774,000 -206,000
Chris Klodnicki us
Chris Klodnicki
us 729,000 9,000
Mike Watson ca
Mike Watson
ca 682,000 442,000
Sam Stein us
Sam Stein
us 635,000 35,000
Shawn Buchanan ca
Shawn Buchanan
ca 605,000 -55,000
Bryn Kenney us
Bryn Kenney
us 521,000 96,000
Matt Stout us
Matt Stout
us 473,000 3,000
Mickey Petersen dk
Mickey Petersen
dk 331,000 -169,000
Tobias Reinkemeier de
Tobias Reinkemeier
de 126,000 -124,000

Nick Schulman Eliminated in 14th Place ($79,960)

Chad_Holloway
Nick Schulman - 14th
Nick Schulman - 14th

Two quick hands and Nick Schulman is out of the 2013 PCA $25,000 Super High Roller.

In the first, there was 200,000 already in the pot when we caught the action and a board reading {6-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}{A-Spades}{2-Hearts}{K-Clubs}. Schulman, who you may recall finished in third place in the $100,000 Super High Roller earlier in the week for $744,140, bet out 111,000 with {K-Spades}{3-Spades}, but he found out it was no good when Chris Klodnicki called with {K-Hearts}{q-Diamonds}. That left Schulman with just 133,000.

Not long after, Schulman shoved all in from early position with {7-Spades}{7-Hearts} and received a call from Micah Raskin, who held {A-Clubs}{5-Hearts} in the big blind. Schulman was ahead, but his bad luck continued when the {A-Hearts}{3-Hearts}{8-Clubs} flop paired Raskin's ace. The {5-Clubs} turn meant Schulman needed a seven on the river to survive, but that didn't happen as the {2-Diamonds} peeled off.

A crestfallen Schulman quickly exited the tournament area.

Micah Raskin us
Micah Raskin
us 790,000 205,000
Chris Klodnicki us
Chris Klodnicki
us 720,000 200,000
Nick Schulman us
Nick Schulman
us Busted

Tags: Nick SchulmanMicah RaskinChris Klodnicki

Reinkemeier Can't Call

[user101598]

Tobias Reinkemeier led out for 33,000 on a flop of {6-Diamonds}{a-Spades}{7-Hearts}. Vanessa Selbst raised to 84,000 in position, and Reinkemeier tank-called.

The turn was the {j-Spades}, both players checked, and the {4-Spades} completed the board.

Reinkemeier led for 86,000, and after 30 seconds or so, Selbst moved all in for effectively 250,000. Reinkemeier grinned, staring at Selbst, then turned his attention to the board.

After less than a minute, the German folded, and Selbst added to her chip lead.

Vanessa Selbst us
Vanessa Selbst
us 1,685,000 185,000
Tobias Reinkemeier de
Tobias Reinkemeier
de 250,000 -190,000

Tags: Tobias ReinkemeierVanessa Selbst

Michael Telker Eliminated in 15th Place ($69,980)

Chad_Holloway
Michael Telker - 15th Place
Michael Telker - 15th Place

It's been a decent 2013 PCA for Michael Telker, who conquered a field of 57 players earlier this week in Event #7 $5,000 No-Limit Hold’em Turbo 8-Handed. Telker complimented that performance with a deep run in this event, but unfortunately his time in the tournament just expired.

It happened when he moved all in from the cutoff for 138,000 holding {2-Hearts}{2-Diamonds}. Sam Stein was in the big blind and didn't look excited to make the call, but he did so nonetheless with {A-Spades}{6-Clubs}.

The {6-Diamonds}{K-Diamonds}{6-Spades} flop was gin for Stein as it gave him trips and a hammerlock on the hand. Telker needed to catch a deuce to stay alive, but that didn't happen as the dealer put out the {Q-Diamonds} and {9-Clubs} on the turn and river respectively.

"Good game," Telker offered before making his way to the payout desk in 15th place.

Sam Stein us
Sam Stein
us 600,000 165,000
Michael Telker us
Michael Telker
us Busted

Tags: Michael TelkerSam Stein