Level 11: 1,500/2,500 (2,500)
Karl Sepp just got a walk from the big blind. OK, this might not be a worthy update but we have more.
“What!!!?!…. No!!” shouted Sepp as he turned over pocket queens. This got him back to near a starting stack.
Sepp has been on quite a rollercoaster ride colliding his stack in two separate hands.
First he lost a 120,000 chip pot after hitting a set with his deuces. He got it in against Nils Diekmann after a seven hit the turn. Diekmann had pocket sevens and Sepp was down to about 35,000.
Sepp then doubled this up with a little luck on his side. He got his 35,000 stack in with sevens and was up against the jacks held by Serdar Demircan. It wasn’t a seven that saved him. Instead, it was a runner-runner flush that got the job done to double. Demircan could afford this as he has had one of the bigger stacks in the room since near the start of the day.
Serdar Demircan – 400,000
Nils Diekmann – 150,000
Karl Sepp – 50,000