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Tag: Gianluca Speranza

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Gianluca Speranza Eliminated in 2nd Place (€91,262)

From the button, Gianluca Speranza raised to 42,000. Andrew Hinrichsen reraised to 100,000 even from the big blind and Speranza called to see the flop. The flop came down and Hinrichsen fired a bet of 115,000.

Make it Four Bets

It looks like Gianluca Speranza is going to have a bit more trouble with Andrew Hinrichsen now that the Italian has relinquished the chip lead for the first time today.

Hinrichsen Doubles and Takes Chip Lead

Andrew Hinrichsen raised from the button to 40,000. Gianluca Speranza three-bet to 124,000 from the big blind. Hinrichsen reraised all in for 646,000 and Speranza quickly called.

Speranza Takes It with River Bet

From the button, Andrew Hinrichsen raised to 40,000. Gianluca Speranza called from the big blind and the flop came down . Speranza checked and Hinrichsen checked.

Tarcisio Bruno Eliminated in 3rd Place (€67,281)

From the button, Tarcisio Bruno raised to 50,000. Action moved to Gianluca Speranza in the big blind and he announced that he was all in. Bruno quickly called and created a pot over one million in chips.

Mucking the Winner

On the turn of a board, we joined the action as Gianluca Speranza put out a bet of 48,000 into a pot of just more than that. His opponent, Andrew Hinrichsen, took pause, then raised the minimum to 96,000. Speranza made the call.

Hinrichsen Shoves

Gianluca Speranza raised from the button to 40,000. Andrew Hinrichsen reraised all in for 579,000 from the big blind and won the pot.

Hinrichsen In Trouble

When Tarcisio Bruno folded his button, Andrew Hinrichsen open-shoved his last 289,000 into the pot from the small blind.

If At First You Don't Succeed

From the small blind, Andrew Hinrichsen raised to 33,000, and big blind Gianluca Speranza came along to the flop. It brought , and Hinrichsen continued out with another 35,000 chips.

Hinrichsen Squeezes

From the button, Gianluca Speranza raised to 32,000. After Tarcisio Bruno called from the small blind, Andrew Hinrichsen reraised all in for 210,000. Both of his opponent folded and Hinrichsen won the pot.

Speranza Gets Big Action

On the turn of a board, Gianluca Speranza put out a bet of 60,000, and Tarcisio Bruno called instantly. That brought them to the river, and Speranza had wide eyes. He reached behind his towers and slid out a huge bet of 285,000.

Another for Speranza

Tarcisio Bruno check-called a bet of 44,000 on the board of from Gianluca Speranza. The river then completed the board with the and Bruno checked again. Speranza fired 96,000 this time and Bruno folded.

First One to Speranza

On the first hand back from the dinner break, Gianluca Speranza increased his chip lead through Andrew Hinrichsen, who slipped into third place. From the button, Speranza raised to 32,000.

Bruno Picks Off Speranza

With the board reading , Gianluca Speranza bet 120,000. Tarcisio Bruno called with the . He beat the for Speranza and won the last pot before dinner break.

Hinrichsen Advancing

In a battle of the blinds, we picked up the action on the turn of a board. Andrew Hinrichsen was first to speak, and he led out with 66,000 into a pot of about 90,000.

Bernard Guigon Eliminated in 4th Place (€50,146)

From the button, Bernard Guigon raised all in for 84,000. Gianluca Speranza asked for a count from the small blind and then made the call. Tarcisio Bruno folded from the big blind and it was Guigon's versus Speranza's .

Hinrichsen Four-Bets Speranza

From the button, Andrew Hinrichsen raised to 25,000. Gianluca Speranza three-bet to 53,000 from the big blind. Hinrichsen four-bet to 110,000 and won the pot.

Kings Hold and Hinrichsen Doubles

From under the gun, Andrew Hinrichsen raised to 25,000. Chip leader Gianluca Speranza reraised to 64,000 from the small blind and play folded back to Hinrichsen. He four-bet all in for around 250,000.

Bottoms Up For Bruno

With the table folding around to the blinds, Gianluca Speranza and Tarcisio Bruno were content to keep it friendly and go heads-up for the minimum. The dealer spread out a flop, and Speranza led out with 16,000.

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