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Monday, October 29, 2018


What a difference a break can make.

Hyndi Khomutetsky and Daniel Silva took a scheduled 15-minute break, and it is been all Silva since coming back. He hit a straight about 10 hands ago to get to better than a 2-1 dog for the first time in the heads-up match.

The two players are just about even up now as Silva takes four of the next five hands. Stacks are getting shallow with fewer than 65 total BB in play.

Silva opens to 400,000 and Khomutetsky calls.

The flop comes out Kc Kc Kc and Silva makes it 350,000, Khomutetsky raises to 700,000.

That's 800,000 from Khomutetsky on the Kc turn and Silva finds a call. This is already the biggest pot of the tournament with 3.9 million in the pot.

Kc on the river, both players check and the K-5 of Khomutetsky is NOT good against the Q-3 top pair of Silva.

For the first time in the entire tournament, Daniel Silva is the chipleader, and it is a big one, as he moves to a 2-1 chiplead.

SB Ante - 100k
Blinds - 100k/200k
Remaining - 2/414

-- Dan Ross, Hold'em Live Updates

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