You’d rather be lucky than good. And best of all, you’d rather be both. Sebastian Ruthenburg’s nickname, with which he does not quibble is “Luckbox”. And his reputation – EPT Barcelona champion, World Series bracelet winner – shows that he’s good.
Ruthenberg just took K-8 up against A-6 all in pre-flop in a battle of the blinds. The king rivered to double him up to about 8,000.
Luckbox is back.
The players have taken a break at the end of day level six, with two more to play until day 1A is a wrap. The young Belgian Jonathan Abdellatif is still sniffing around the chip lead, although we’re down to 170 players from the starting field of 302, which suggests there may be some other monsters lurking out there, larger than his 55,000-odd.
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