Just as Jesse May, Phil Laak and Jennifer Tilly were talking about which players needed to go to plan B a big hand occurred between Daniel Cates and Marvin Rettenmaier, the latter one of those who the commentators suggested needed to do something different. The German had been, up until this point, playing pretty snug, having folded A-Q pre-flop twice to three-bets.
The action happened fairly quickly, Rettenmaier three-beting all-in for 180,000 with pocket tens, Jungleman calling it off with .
“Marvin hasn’t lost a race since 2010,” noted Jesse May, that record stayed intact as the board came . “Phil Hellmuth can only dodge bullets, Marvin can dodge kings and queens,” said May as Rettenmaier took the pot.
After that hand Jungleman is down to around 240,000.