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Players Info - Day 2
Day 2 Completed
Tony G won his second SHRB Europe title in four days with victory in Event #7: $100,000 Short Deck. The result is a new career biggest cash for the poker legend, taking home $1,196,000 after topping a field of 26 players.
Having already won Event #3: $25,000 Short Deck Hold’em, he defeated Paul Phua heads-up, making a runner-runner flush in the final hand to secure victory.
Danny Tang took home $416,000 for his third-place finish, while Santi Jiang continued his strong SHRB Europe performance. Jiang has now final-tabled all four short deck events, for over $1.2 million.
Super High Roller Bowl Event #7: $100,000 Short Deck Final Table Results
|3||Danny Tang||Hong Kong||$416,000|
Final Table Recap
Just four players returned for the final day with Danny Tang in the lead. Paul Phua was the table short stack, but an early double through Tony G saw him stay alive.
The stacks began to even out, with the chip lead flipping between Tang and Tony G.
With Phua growing shorter again, ICM pressures saw the pace slow. However, when Tang shoved Jiang had to call with pocket kings and rivered a two-outer to stay alive and move atop the chip counts.
Both Phua and Tony G would double through Jiang, before he was eliminated in fourth place by Tony G. There would be two more doubles for Phua, before Tang was eliminated in third place.
Although starting with the chip lead after eliminating Tang, things swiftly turned around for Phua who folded trips to the increasingly aggressive Tony G.
Coming into the final table, Phua had 16 short deck tournament cashes - as many as the rest of the table combined - but importantly didn't have a short deck tournament victory.
The final hand was the most straight-forward preflop, with Tony G shoving with ace-king suited and Phua calling with pocket aces, but what happened next was extraordinary.
With reduced cards in short deck, flushes are much harder to make. In fact, they beat a full house in the hand rankings. However, after flopping only one club, Tony G went runner-runner to make a flush and eliminate Phua.
"I'm the best," said Tony G. "I'm the luckiest. That's a set-up; a cooler hand. That's the worst bad beat I've seen. What are the odds?"
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Tony G limped with and Paul Phua picked up on the button. He raised to 300,000 and Tony G moved all in. Phua snap-called.
"Crazy...brutal." said Tony G. "I can still win."
The flop came .
"Completely drawing dead," said Tony G, but the turn gave him a flush draw.
"Red, red red!" said Phua. "I'll give you a king."
"Don't worry," said Tony G. "I've never seen a flush like this. It would be a miracle."
The river card was the completing Tony G's flush and sending Phua to the rail in second place.
"This is brutal! This is unbelievable. What are the odds of that?" said Tony G. "I'm the best. I am the luckiest."
Tony G raised to 260,000 and Paul Phua called with
The flop came and Tony G check-called 300,000. The turn was the and both players checked.
Tony G bet 200,000 on the river and Phua eventually folded.
Paul Phua raised to 220,000 and Tony G called with .
Phua bet 270,000 on the flop and Tony G raised in position to 800,000. Phua called.
The turn brought the and this time both players checked.
The river improved Phua to trip tens and checked. Tony G bet 1.5 million.
"You hit the flush?" asked Phua before using a time bank. Phua eventually folded and Tony G showed the
Paul Phua shoved and Danny Tang called on the button for his last 915,000.
There was a king on the flop of but the jack gave Phua a straight. The turn improved Phua to a full house and the river sent Tang to the rail in second place.
Paul Phua and Danny Tang both limped. Tony G shoved with and Phua called for 1.6 million. Tang folded.
The flop changed nothing, with the coming on the turn. The river was the and Phua took down the pot, doubling to 3.2 million.
Paul Phua and Danny Tang both checked a flop and Tony G bet 175,000 with .
Phua folded and Tang check-raised all in for 800,000 and Tony G asked for a count.
"You just have one pair, right?" asked Tang, before Tony G folded.