Karl Sahyouni’s stack had dwindled down quite a bit in the last level or two, having been forced to let go of hands a little too often for his own good. This time, he limped in from the middle position, and Dan Edery jumped on it. He went all-in for almost 2M chips, and when the action got back to Shayouni, the call was quick.
Sahyouni nearly doubled up, and is now sitting on about 4.7M, tied for first with Makan Salimi. This is because Salimi took out Jean-Maurice Lauzon in a pre-flop showdown.
Dan Edery: 7th – $4,410
Jean-Maurice Lauzon: 6th – $5,330