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Hand #1: Sam Stein raised to 75,000 on the button and Davide Suriano defended his big blind.
The flop came down , Suriano checked and Stein continued for 75,000. Suriano check-raised to 175,000, resulting in a fold Stein.
Hand #2: Davide Suriano limped the button, Sam Stein checked his option and the flop fell . Stein check-called 30,000 from Suriano to see the turn. Stein checked to Suriano again who bet 175,000. Stein folded, giving Suriano the pot.
Hand #3: Sam Stein raised to 75,000 on the button and took down the pot.
Hand #4: Davide Suriano raised to 75,000 on the button, Sam Stein called from the big blind and the flop fell . Stein check-folded to a bet of 75,000 from Suriano.
Hand #5: Sam Stein raised to 75,000 on the button and Davide Suriano three-bet to 250,000 from the big blind. Stein folded and Suriano collected the pot.
Welcome to Day 3 of PokerNews' coverage of Event #40: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship. After seven rounds of matches, only two players remain from the starting field of 136 entrants. What's on the line? A coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet. Each player is guaranteed $207,347 as of now, but going along with a bracelet is a first-place prize of $335,553.
Both Sam Stein and Davide Suriano beat stiff competition to reach the championship match. Here is a look at their respective roads to get here:
Round of 128
Round of 64
Round of 32
Round of 16
Round of 8
Round of 4
For Stein, it's a chance to capture his second bracelet. His first came in 2011, winning a $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event. Meanwhile, this marks Suriano's fourth-career WSOP cash and first above four figures. Suriano is set to blow that number out of the water with today's result.
Play is scheduled to begin at noon, so be sure to keep it locked here at PokerNews as we provide hand-for-hand coverage of the championship match!
Event #40: $10,000 Heads-Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship Dan 3 Start