"Let me rub my cards just in case he moves all in," said Philipp Gruissem in the big blind, as action folded to Rainer Kempe in the cutoff. Rainer Kempe duly moved all in for 194,000
"Well the first half of my prediction was true!" said Gruissem, continually rubbing his cards face down on the felt. However, the German didn't count on the actions of Timothy Adams in the small blind. He three-bet enough to force Gruissem out of the hand and turned over . Kempe was behind as he tabled .
The board ran out meaning that Kempe was eliminated, and Adams moved himself among the chip leaders