Sergi Reixach raised to 12,000 on the button before Phil Hellmuth moved all-in from the small blind. David Peters was all-in for his last 6,000 in the big blind, and a 1,000-chip ante. Reixach folded, and Hellmuth tabled his [Kd8d] to be ahead of Peters' [Qc8c]. The board ran out [9c9dJh2d2c] and
Cary Katz limped under the gun, as did John Riordan next to act, Frank Funaro raised to 20,000, and Phil Hellmuth moved all-in for 74,000 total. Action folded back to Katz, and he re-shoved for approximately 125,000 total. Riordan and Funaro folded, and the cards were tabled. Katz: [7c7s] Hellmuth: [AsQh] The board ran
Cary Katz limped the button and both Frank Funaro and Phil Hellmuth came along from the blinds. The [5d3h5cJcKh] board checked through to the river where Katz bet out 5,000 and both Funaro and Hellmuth folded.
After sweeping Antonio Esfandiari in the premiere of High Stakes Duel, Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu locked horns for High Stakes Duel II. Hellmuth mounted a huge comeback in Round 1 to grab the victory, and following a back-and-forth match in Round 2, Hellmuth would make it five consecutive wins.
The third match has been scheduled between Phil Hellmuth and Daniel Negreanu as they square-off for $400,000 in Round 3 of High Stakes Duel II on Wednesday, June 23, at 8 p.m. ET exclusively on PokerGO.com. Viewers will be treated to three different shows across the PokerGO.com platforms on both Tuesday