The partypoker Premier League 7  is back for Heat 3 from the city of Montreal. If you missed it then so far Jeff Gross won Heat 1 and yesterday we saw Jason Koon take Heat 2  after a great evening of poker. Playing today of course is Dan Shak who you may remember actually won the Premier League last time around at the Aspers Casino in London. The real question on everyone’s lips is can Shak do it again?

Current League Standings After 2 Heats

NO. PLAYER POINTS HEATS PLAYED
6 JASON KOON 17 2
4 DANIEL CATES 16 2
1 JEFF GROSS 14 1
12 SCOTT SEIVER 11 2
11 DAN COLMAN 11 1
2 JONATHAN DUHAMEL 9 1
5 SOREL MIZZI 7 1
3 ANTONIO ESFANDIARI 5 1
9 BRIAN RAST 6 2
8 PHIL LAAK 3 1
10 VANESSA SELBST 1 1
7 DAN SHAK 0 1

Heat 3 comprises of the following players:

FRI 22/11/2013 – Heat 3
1 JEFF GROSS
2 JONATHAN DUHAMEL
5 SOREL MIZZI
6 JASON KOON
7 DAN SHAK
8 PHIL LAAK
10 VANESSA SELBST
11 DAN COLMAN

The Action

Hand 211: Finally… the show stopper – (Mizzi 14 points, Gross 11 points)

Mizzi   all-in

Gross   calls… finally

Flop      

Mizzi wins heat 3. Congrats…

Hand 209: Mizzi steals big pot

Mizzi  

Gross   raises and Mizzi calls

Flop    Gross bets and Mizzi calls

Turn 

River  Mizzi bets 145k and Gross calls. Mizzi 1.48 million chips.

Hand 205: Mizzi steals chop flop

A straight is dealt on the flop. Gross bets what normally would be a split pot and Mizzi is holding a higher straight and extends chip lead 2:1.

Hand 198: Gross flops a flush

Gross  

Mizzi   raises to 80k from SB and Gross calls

   Gross flops a flush and bets 75k, Mizzi raises to 235k, Gross reraise all-in and Mizzi folds.

Gross in lead with 1,350,000 chips

Blinds 20k/40k

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

1215000

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

1185000

Hand 189 Mizzi picks up some

Gross  

Mizzi  

Flop      Mizzi bets 165k

Gross folds

Hand 155:  Gross not getting caught

Gross   raises from the SB

Mizzi   reraises to 132 and Gross calls

Flop     Mizzi bets 107k and Gross raises to 235k and succeeds in getting Mizzi to fold to pick up a nice pot.

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

1447000

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

953000

Hand 153: Gross steals the chip lead

Gross    raises to 135k from the BB.

Mizzi    Mizzi calls

Flop         Gross bets 85k. Mizzi calls.

Turn    Gross bets 135k and Mizzi folds

Blinds 12k/24k…

Hand 142: Another one for Gross

Gross   

Mizzi  

Flop     checks

Turn  Mizzi bets 45k and Gross calls

River   Gross checks and Mizzi bets 127k and Gross calls

Gross takes the hand.

Hand 141: Gross picks up some chips

Mizzi Jh    bets

Gross    raises to 110 and Mizzi calls

Flop     checks

Turn     checks

River     gross bets 100k and Mizzi folds

Hand 134:  Colman sent packing (9 points)

Colman    goes all in 347k

Mizzi   calls

Flop      

Colman is eliminated – he picks up 20 points.

We are now heads up Mizzi vs. Gross. Mizzi 2:1 chip advantage against the tight play of Jeff Gross.

Chip Counts at Hand 131

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI 1419000
Seat 8 JEFF GROSS 631000
Seat 4 DAN COLMAN 350000

Blinds are up 10k/20k +4k antes

Hand 125: Colman passes Gross

Colman   bets

Gross   calls

Flop     

Colman bets 60k on the river after picking up a pair. Gross folds.

Hand 118 Gross lucky doubles on Mizzi

Gross   goes all in

Mizzi   calls

Flop      

Gross picks up 261k

Hand 117: Shakked out!! (7 points)

Shak   goes all in for 368k

Mizzi flips over pocket queens to call

Flop : Tc    

Mizzi takes out Dan Shak

The blinds are currently 8k/16k +3k antes

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

1438000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

384000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

336000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

242000

Hand 109: Gross Encounter on the River

Gross   goes all in from the SB for 123k

Mizzi   calls

Flop      

Gross is saved by the river card and doubles up his low stack.

Chip Counts after hand 106

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

1550000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

385000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

317000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

148000

Hand 106: Vanessa sees her exit coming (5 points)

Selbst   all in 103k

Mizzi    revealing his cards to his neighbour Vanessa at same time as he sees them – he calls

Flop     

Mizzi sends Vanessa home.

Hand 102 Koon eliminated (3 points)

Koon    goes all in for 129k

Mizzi   calls all in

Flop      

Bye Bye Koon.

Hand 99: Colman nails Koon

Colman   all in

Koon   calls

Flop     

Colman picks up a hefty pot.

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

1247000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

390000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

366000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

179000

Seat 2 VANESSA SELBST

105000

Seat 5 JASON KOON

103000

Hand 96: Duhamel eliminated (1 points)

Duhamel   goes all in pre-flop as the short stack.

Shak   calls.

Flop     Jd

Shak wins the hand and Duhamel is eliminated.

Players are on dinner break after 84 hands of play.

“The Sorel Mizzi Show”

Sorel continues to win his hands and dominate the seven-handed table. He has more than 53% of the chips on the table.

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

1277000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

245000

Seat 6 JONATHAN DUHAMEL

240000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

176000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

172000

Seat 2 VANESSA SELBST

147000

Seat 5 JASON KOON

143000

Hand 77:  Triple play

Gross   raises to 22k

Selbst   goes all in for 140k.

Colman   all in for his remaining 54k chips from the SB

Gross calls and would play Vanessa for the side pot if Colman’s aces hold up.

Flop      

Dan Colman triples up and Selbst takes the rest of the pot.

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

1211000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

411000

Seat 6 JONATHAN DUHAMEL

260000

Seat 5 JASON KOON

169000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

163000

Seat 2 VANESSA SELBST

124000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

42000

Hand 73:  The Mizzinator

Duhamel   raises to 20k from the button

Mizzi   calls

Flop     Duhamel bets 23k and Mizzi calls.

Turn  and Mizzi bets 44k with 97% hand advantage and Duhamel calls.

River  Mizzi bets 72k trying to trap the 2010 World Champion for some more chips.

Duhamel calls and Mizzi steamrollers him for a big pot and has half the chips on the table.

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

974000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

431000

Seat 6 JONATHAN DUHAMEL

409000

Seat 5 JASON KOON

225000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

171000

Seat 2 VANESSA SELBST

140000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

50000

Hand 68: Shak attacked

Mizzi   from the button raises to 17k

Shak   calls from the BB

Flop   

Turn  and Shak after check calling the flop and bets 20k and Mizzi calls

River  giving Mizzi trip 8’s, Shak bets 30k. Mizzi raises to 70k. Shak folds and Mizzi takes it.

Blinds are 4k/8k + 2k antes.

Hand 64: Mizzi baits

Mizzi flops a full house aces and sixes but no takers. Colman bets on the river and Mizzi goes all in. Colman folds but is the new short stack.

The current blinds are 3k/6k +1k antes.

There are seven players remaining. Vanessa Selbst in the short stack.

Seat 1 SOREL MIZZI

636000

Seat 6 JONATHAN DUHAMEL

427000

Seat 3 DAN SHAK

337000

Seat 8 JEFF GROSS

295000

Seat 4 DAN COLMAN

265000

Seat 5 JASON KOON

242000

Seat 2 VANESSA SELBST

153000

Hand 51

With 3k/6k blinds with a 1k ante and the chip counts are looking like this:

JEFF GROSS 288,000
JONATHAN DUHAMEL 447,000
SOREL MIZZI 595,000
JASON KOON 284,000
DAN SHAK 354,500
PHIL LAAK OUT
VANESSA SELBST 178,000
DAN COLMAN 268,000

Hand 43 – Laak Out (0 Points)

And we have our first bust with Phil Laak going all in for 207k and getting busted by Sorel Mizzi.

Mizzi –
Laak –

The board brought us and now we’re 7 players. Afterwards Mizzi actually confessed to Laak saying he didn’t know if he had him beat. It’s always a shame to lose Phil Laak this early on in the game as he brings a great energy to any game.

Hand 42

The action is pretty mellow paced right now. We’ve seen Dan Shak earn a nice little pot off Vanessa Selbst, but in general a lot of chips just being passed back and fore. Jason Koon is the current chip leader with 466,000 chips, closely followed up in 2nd place is Mizzi. The blinds are 2k/4k +500 antes.

Once again from Playground Poker in Montreal, Canada Heat 3 is underway for the Premier League VII. So far no real big swings in the game with the chip counts currently looking like this after 29 hands:

JEFF GROSS 290,500
JONATHAN DUHAMEL 308,000
SOREL MIZZI 426,000
JASON KOON 450,500
DAN SHAK 206,500
PHIL LAAK 224,000
VANESSA SELBST 236,000
DAN COLMAN 272,500

Premier League 7 – Heat 3 in Photos

Premier League 7 – With an improved format:

After some tweaking of the structure the Premier League 7 features 12 players playing six eight-handed heats, with each player competing in a total of four league matches.

Players are awarded points based on their finishing position, each point is worth $2,000. And the top four points earners progress to the final table, while the next four places square off in a series of best-of-three one-on-one matches for the last two spots in the six-handed grand finale.

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