Day 2 completed
Day 2 completed
Due to the casino having to close its doors at 5:00 AM local time, the tournament was halted a few minutes beforehand and play will resume tomorrow at 3:00 PM.
Heading into tomorrow, Giovanni Rosadoni has the chip lead with 787,000 in chips. Dan O'Brien has 490,000, and the blinds will be at 8,000/16,000/2,000 for another 25 minutes.
We'll see you back here at PokerNews tomorrow for the coverage and a complete recap of the action will come at the end of play. Thanks for following along.
The players have just played their last hand of the night, which saw Dan O'Brien raise to 32,000 and Giovanni Rosadoni defend. When the flop fell , Rosadoni bet 32,000, O'Brien called, and the both players checked the turn and river. Rosadoni rolled over and O'Brien simply mucked.
Play has slowed to a crawl here as the two exchange blinds back and forth. They're playing against the clock, and so far it looks like this one may be coming back tomorrow.
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On a flop of , Dan O'Brien check-called a bet of 22,000 from Giovanni Rosadoni, leading to the turn. Both players checked and the O'Brien took the initiative on the river by firing out 40,000. Rosadoni responded by moving all in, and O'Brien relinquished his hand.
Players have just been informed that the casino closes at 5:00 AM and thus play will be forced to stop at 4:45 AM. With that being said, play will only last for thirty more minutes tonight before wrapping up and forcing the players to come back and finish tomorrow.
Giovanni Rosadoni had the button and raised to 26,000. Dan O'Brien called and the flop came . Both players checked and the turned. O'Brien led out for 44,000 and received a call. The fell on the river and O'Brien check-called a 40,000 chip bet. Rosadoni showed for trip sixes and O'Brien flung his cards to the muck.