Level 11: 600/1,200 (1,200)
Moritz Nedden was nearly three strikes and out on his third bullet but won a hand against Matthew Micallef to gain some breathing room.
First, from the big blind, Nedden managed to get a three-bet squeeze through against a late position opener and caller. The next hand, Matthew Micallef opened for 2,500 from the cutoff. Nedden three-bet jammed for 23,200 from the big blind and MIcallef snap-called.
Moritz Nedden: K♦Q♥
Matthew Micallef: A♥8♥
Micallef began counting out chips to pay off Nedden after his opponent connected with a better pair on the 5♥Q♦8♣ flop. Neither the 4♦ turn nor the J♣ river pushed Micallef back ahead for Nedden to stay alive and double his stack.
Matthew Micallef – 75,000
Moritz Nedden – 50,000