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Big Slick Good for Mortensen

Level 36: 400,000/800,000 (800,000)
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Things haven’t gone to plan for Jordan Dumas since the break. He was cruising along but now doubled both of his opponents after the following hand.

Dumas jammed from the small blind before casino Twitch streamer Sebastian Mortensen, “who said, let’s gamble,” found a call for his stack of 10.8 million from the big blind.

Sebastian Mortensen: AK
Jordan Dumas: A6

Both players improved to the same two pair after the 10A1024 ran out on the board. Dumas had some kicker problems and doubled the stack of Mortensen.

Jordan Dumas – 44 million
Sebastian Mortensen – 23 million

Sebastian Mortensen

Flotre Nails Broadway

Level 36: 400,000/800,000 (800,000)
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The blinds were reduced to 40 minutes and they will be 30 minutes in length once heads-up. Jordan Dumas jammed the button on the first hand coming back from the break before Roar Flotre called off his stack of 4.4 million from the blinds.

Roar Flotre: AK
Jordan Dumas: 109

Dumas nailed two pair on the 9J10 flop and was miles ahead after the 6 turn leaving Flotre four outs to Broadway. The miracle Q completed Flotre’s Broadway draw on the river to double his stack instead of hitting the rail.

Jordan Dumas – 54 million
Roar Flotre – 10 million

Chip Counts at Break

PlacePlayerChipsBig Blinds
1Jordan Dumas55,800,00070
2Sebastian Mortensen12,000,00015
3Roar Flotre5,200,0007

Break Time

The final three players headed off to a 15-minute break. The blinds will increase to 400,000/800,000 with an 800,000 big blind ante when the action resumes.

Petteri Miettinen Eliminated in 4th Place (€31,350)

Level 35: 300,000/600,000 (600,000)
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Flotre Roar opened from under the gun for a min-raise. Petteri Miettinen three-bet shoved for 2.3 million from the small blind. Sebastian Mortensen called from the big blind and Roar called as well.

Miettinen and Roar checked the 5J8 flop before Miettinen jammed for 1.5 million on the 5 turn. Roar folded and the “good games” were coming out as Miettinen was drawing dead.

Petteri Miettinen: A10
Sebastian Mortensen: 88

Miettinen collected his cashier slip for €31,350 after the hand while the final three podium players, each guaranteed not only a trophy but also at least a €42,300 payout.

Sebastian Mortensen – 10 million
Petteri Miettinen – 0

Petteri Miettinen

Vilde Ekren Eliminated in 5th Place (€24,400)

Level 35: 300,000/600,000 (600,000)
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It was a heck of a run for Ladies First! champion Vilde Ekren. After a few reported doubles, time ran out for the Norwegian in fifth place for €24,400.

Ekren jammed for 3.3 million from under the gun. Jordan Dumas asked for a count before he called.

Vilde Ekren: KQ
Jordan Dumas: A3

Ekren bricked the 62105J runout and wished the table a good game before heading to the cashier to collect her healthy €24,400 prize. The final four players each locked up at least a €31,350 payday with Dumas holding about 3/4 of the chips in play.

Jordan Dumas – 60 million
Vilde Ekren – 0