Joel Dodds check-called a bet of 2,400 from his opponent on the board. The river was the and Dodds checked again. His opponent didn't go for the bait and checked behind. Dodds tabled the for trip jacks and his opponent mucked.
Hugo Lemaire and Hans Winzeler just butted heads once again. This time, action folded to Lemaire in the cutoff seat and he raised to 900 before Winzeler three-bet to 2,250 from the button. Action folded back to Lemaire and he called to see the flop. On the flop, Lemaire checked and Winzeler checked behind.
The turn brought the and Lemaire checked. Winzeler took this chance to fire a bet and made it 2,500 to go. Lemaire called.
The river was the and both players checked. Lemaire tabled the and Winzeler mucked his hand.
Hugo Lemaire checked the board and Hans Winzeler bet 3,600. Lemaire made the call to see the land on the river. Lemaire checked again and Winzeler bet 7,700. Lemaire began to tank. He was in the tank for so long that another player at the table called the clock on him. Eventually, Lemaire made the call.
When Lemaire called, all Winzeler could do was toss his hand face down into the muck. Lemaire tabled the for a pair of queens and won the pot.
Registration is now closed, and the numbers are being finalized. We know we had somewhere around 280 players today (we'll call it 283 tentatively), but we'll wait for the triple-check and the verification before we tell you that for certain. Our total field size should be just less than 600.
We'll have the numbers and the prize pool for you shortly.