David Vedral stops Erik Seffer

Erik Seffer against David Vedral

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.