Best Hand Pre Ends Up Last for Kilroy

Best Hand Pre Ends Up Last for Kilroy

Level 17: 6,000-12,000/12,000

And just like that, five minutes brought as many seat open with Patrick Sorensen, Rainer Ziermann, and Simon Bouaksa also bowing out. There was another all-in showdown over on table one with three players involved.

Kim Kilroy with the had the best hand going in against Barry Devlin’s in the big blind and fellow short stack Jorge Dinis with the in the small blind.

The board ran out and Dinis went from last to first. He had the same stack as Kilroy and tripled, 31 players remain.

Barry Devlin – 500,000
Jorge Dinis – 220,000