Day 3 completed
Day 3 completed
The heads up between Gregory Merson and Keith Lehr will continue tomorrow afternoon at 1:00 PM. PokerNews will be back with the conclusion of this event, so make sure you're ready for some more heads up action!
Here are the final table results thus far:
The loser of tomorrow's match will walk home with $701,757, and the winner will ultimately take the $1,136,197 first-place prize!
Play will resume tomorrow at 1:00 PM. Updates will follow shortly.
There have been a series of small pots, but nothing eventful has happened as of late. Gregory Merson still has the chip lead, but Keith Lehr does not give up.
Gregory Merson limped on the button, and Keith Lehr checked.
The flop came down , and Lehr check-called 125,000. The turn was the , and both players checked.
On the river the hit, and Lehr bet 225,000. Merson raised it up to 1.3 million and Lehr folded.
Keith Lehr will not give up. He's still short, but after winning four pots in a row he's got some more breathing room.
On the first hand Lehr raised the button to 225,000 and Gregory Merson called. The flop came down , and both players checked. The turn was the , and it was checked once more. On the river the hit, and Merson check-folded to a 400,000-chip bet.
On hand number two Merson raised from the button to 200,000, and Lehr moved all in. Merson folded.
Lehr mixed it up on the third hand, he limped on the button and Merson raised it up to 400,000. Lehr moved all in, and Merson folded.
Lehr got a walk on the fourth hand, and he's now back up to 3.8 million chips.
From the button Gregory Merson raised to 200,000, and Keith Lehr moved all in. Merson snap-folded, and Lehr took down the pot.
Keith Lehr raised from the button to 200,000, and Gregory Merson called from the big blind.
The flop came down and Merson check-called a 175,000-chip bet. The turn was the and Merson lead out for 300,000. Lehr folded.
Gregory Merson raised to 200,000 from the button, and Keith Lehr defended his big blind.
The flop came down , Lehr bet 125,000 and Merson called.
The turn was the and both players checked.
The river was the and Lehr bet 225,000. Merson called and mucked when Lehr showed .