Germany’s Philip Anger began the day with under a starting stack but has already chipped up significantly. Unfortunately the same is not true for Bulgaria’s Plamen Pashov, who also began the day as a short stack.
The duo battled it out with Pashov first jamming for 27,700 from middle position with [KsJs] and Anger over-jamming for around 70,000 with [ThTd].
It looked like Pashov was set to double up after the [JhJcAh] flop gave him trips. The [Qh] on the turn helped neither player and Anger needed one of the two remaining tens to potentially eliminate his opponent.
It was Anger’s moment as the [Tc] spiked the river to give him a full house to best Pashov’s straight.