Jonathan Duhamel made one amazing call to double up but ultimately Daniel Cates chip advantage and heads-up skill got him over the line and gave him his second heat win of this year’s Premier League.

In the hand where he doubled up Duhamel called all-in with on a board when Jungleman set him in with . “I just got owned,” said Jungleman.

That pot got him up to around 824,000 but it was as high as he’d get. In the final hand Duhamel held pocket sixes and moved all-in, Jungleman had pocket tens and made the call. The board ran and Jungleman’s hand held up to earn him the win.

Group A, heat four result
1st. Daniel Cates (16 points)
2nd. Jonathan Duhamel (11 points)
3rd. Sam Trickett (8 points)
4th. Scott Seiver (6 points)
5th. Antonio Esfandiari (4 points)
6th. Phil Hellmuth (3 points)
7th. Marvin Rettenmaier (2 points)
8th. Daniel Negreanu (0 points)

Group A overall results
1st. Jonathan Duhamel (42 points) takes stack of 420,000 to the final
2nd. Daniel Cates (34 points) takes stack of 340,000 to the final
3rd. Sam Trickett (27 points) takes stack of 270,000 to the final
4th. Antonio Esfandiari (23 points) plays Scott Seiver for a place in the final
5th. *Scott Seiver (21 points) plays Antonio Esfandiari for spot in the final
6th. *Phil Hellmuth (21 points)
=7th. Marvin Rettenmaier (16 points)
=7th. Daniel Negreanu (16 points)
*If level on points the tie-breaker is whoever has the highest individual finish across the four heats. Scott finished second in heat three, Hellmuth’s best finish is third.

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