Level 3: 125/250 (250)
For a little humor, PokerListings was informed by Joseph Grech that Mario Masson has been raising blind at times. Masson later informed PokerListings that it was the other way around that it was Joseph Grech that was having fun raising blind.
We caught up with a hand with 15,000 in the pot where Masson fired out for 7,500 with the 5 9 Q 2 8 on the board. Andre Grech tanked for a minute before he found a call.
Masson turned over 6 4 for a bluff, which wasn't nearly good enough to beat the Q J held by Andre Grech. Joseph Grech was informed after the hand that he was randomly selected to move tables for balancing. Joseph Grech didn't seem too thrilled about the idea, as it appeared he was having a bit of fun at the table he was already at.
Meanwhile, Lars Viggander, Simone Lombardo, and Mariano D'Aquila may not have been raising blind but each has already lost their initial starting stack.
Andre Grech - 45,000
Mario Masson - 10,000