Erik Seffer is probably the most active player at the tables right now. At least it seems like he’s always involved a monster hand when we approach his table.
In the last hand before the break we saw him on the river when the board read 10 9 5 6 4 .
There were roughly 500k chips in the middle and Seffer bet 250k.
His opponent was Austrian David Vedral and after some time he decided to call. Showdown:
- Seffer: 8 2 for a whiffed straight draw and a stone cold bluff
- Vedral: Q 9 for a bluff catcher
Vedral caught Seffer’s bluff successfully and thus challenges his chip lead.
We’ll do some counting in the upcoming break.