Day 4 completed
Day 4 completed
Despite over six hours of heads-up play, the final match up between Brandon Cantu and Jonathan Aguiar has not yet reached its conclusion. The casino closed its doors at 5:00 AM CET, and, much like Event #4: €3,250 No-Limit Hold'em Shootout, the players were forced to stop for the night.
Players and tournament staff are currently unsure as to when this heads-up match will resume. Day 1b of the WSOP Europe Main Event begins on Sunday, and both Aguiar and Cantu plan on playing. Cantu insisted that the two must finish this match tomorrow while Aguiar stated that he is not interested in missing levels of the Main Event.
When the match was halted for the night, Cantu had the lead with 1.52 million in chips to Aguiar's 1.361 million.
Staff told the players that a solution will be figured out tomorrow. As soon as there is concrete information as to when play will resume, PokerNews will let you know.
Jonathan Aguiar called a min-raise from Brandon Cantu on the button. The flop fell and Aguiar checked. Cantu fired 36,000 and Aguiar called.
The fell on the turn and Aguiar once again checked. Cantu bet 101,000 and Aguiar called.
The completed the board. Aguiar checked for a third time. Cantu moved 251,000 into the center of the table and Aguiar called.
"Two pair," said Cantu, showing . Aguiar mucked and Cantu is back atop the chip counts.
Jonathan Aguiar opened to 32,000 from the button only to have Brandon Cantu three-bet to 101,000. Aguiar called and they both checked after seeing .
The turned and Cantu pushed 115,000 forward. Aguiar sighed, released his cards, and allowed Cantu to scoop the pot.
Brandon Cantu raised to 32,000 from the button and Jonathan Aguiar called. The flop fell and Aguiar check-called a bet.
The turned and Aguiar once again check-called, this time for 110,000. The struck the river and Aguiar checked again. Cantu pushed 280,000 forward and Aguiar folded his cards.
Brandon Cantu opened to 32,000 and Jonathan Aguiar called.
The flop was and Aguiar checked. Cantu fired 36,000 and Aguiar called. The turn was the and Aguiar checked once again. Cantu fired 95,000 and after about a minute in the tank Aguiar let go of his cards.
Brandon Cantu opened for a min-raise and Jonathan Aguiar called.
The flop was and Aguiar checked. Cantu fired 36,000 and Aguiar called. The turn was checked by both players and the produced two checks as well.
"Queen high," said Aguiar.
Cantu mucked his hand and Aguiar's was good for the pot.
Jonathan Aguiar made it 24,000 from the button and Brandon Cantu three-bet to 76,000. Aguiar called and the flop was . Both players checked and the turn was the . Cantu check-called a bet of 85,000.
The paired the board on the river and both players checked. Cantu rolled over and Aguiar mucked his cards.
"Well played," Cantu said with a sarcastic tone.
Aguiar rolled his eyes and smiled.