Cary Katz holding [As8s] had called a three-bet (40,000) from button Luc Greenwood, seeing an enticing flop of [AdTsKs]. Greenwood, however, had flopped a set with [AhAc]. He bet 20,000 when Katz checked to him on the flop, then another 50,000 on a [3c] turn. Katz called both here and
Cary Katz extended his early stack rise at the expense of Bryn Kenney after a pot with a strange start (it looked like he'd called with [4x6x] mistaking the need for an ante - he has been playing a lot of Short Deck, after all). Katz hit a pair of
Moments after winning that huge pot against Jason, Koon, Tim Adams picked up [AhQc] in early position, opening to 11,000. New neighbour Bryn Kenney called with [KdJd], as did cutoff Cary Katz with [AdKs]. Over to button Vicente Bosca Ramon who had another ace-and-paint combo - the [AcJh] - and
Paul Phua has already made three final tables at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High Roller Series this week in Sochi, but a title has proven elusive – until today. Returning as the shortest-stacked player from nine finalists, he started the day with a double up and never looked back.
Short stack Cary Katz moved all in preflop on the button with [AcJh] for 500,000, called by Webster Lim in the big blind with [8c8d]. The board was paint-free: [9d7s4s5h2s] and Katz leaves his fourth final table this week without a payday.
Michael Addamo returns with the chip lead for the final table of Event #6 $100,000 No Limit Hold’em today, in search of another high roller title and the $1,512,000 that accompanies this one. Still three off the money, the final nine players will start on the live stream and play
The trophy and and $800,000 first prize in Event #5: $50,000 Short Deck went to Wai Kin Yong today, after a heads up battle that truly deserves the name against the player many consider the GOAT, Phil Ivey. Making his first final table at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High
Cary Katz jammed the cutoff for 910,000 holding [8h9c]. Lurking behind him was Sam Greenwood with [QhQc] and the second biggest stack: he got a call and failed to improve on a [Ac7sJdKcAh] board. Another final table and another almost-trophy for Katz, who has put on a bravura performance so far