The players chip stacks are as below. The +/- figure in brackets is their profit/loss since the end of the last level and the big blind figure is how many they have for the current level. Blinds are now 10,000/20,000/4,000a
Antonio Esfandiari – 829,000 (+511,000) 41.45 big blinds
Jonathan Duhamel – 814,000 (+211,000) 40.7 big blinds
Dan Shak – 729,000 (+402,000) 36.45 big blinds
Sam Trickett – 232,000 (+4,000) 11.6 big blinds
Good level for
Antonio Esfandiari and Dan Shak – Both Shak and Esfandiari added a combined 913,000 chips to their stacks. Esfandiari is leading with 829,000 chips, Shak is in third place with 729,000.
Bad level for
Jennifer Tilly,Tobias Reinkemeier andDaniel “Jungleman” Cates All three of these players busted during the last level picking up a combined prize of $200,000. Reinkemeier was one of the early favourites but we hope you haven’t bet too much money on him because his Premier League is over.
Hand of the level
On a flop, Jungleman bet 25,000 only to see Tobias Reinkemeier push all in for 185,000. Jonathan Duhamel called all in and Jungleman folded his .
Reinkemeier turned over for top pair, but Duhamel had flopped the joint with his . The turn and river were the and respectively, ending Reinkemeier’s remarkable run.
View from the booth
“Jungleman will double up unless we see a FFFOOOOUUURRR!” – Jesse May as a four landed on the flop to improve Dan Shak to a set of four to bust out Jungleman.
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