Michael Addamo raised the button to 16,000 and Luc Greenwood moved all in for 164,000 from the small blind. Addamo called. Greenwood: [Ac5s] Addamo: [AdKc] The board ran out [2c9d8h2dJc] and Greenwood was eliminated in 14th place.
Canadian pro Luc Greenwood took down the biggest first prize of the week so far by winning Event #6 of the Australian Poker Open for $700,000! At this final table, Hungarian Andras Nemeth collected enough points in the Championship race to leave himself with five remaining challengers for the $50,000
Michael Addamo raised to 8,000 in middle position and both Luc Greenwood and Timothy Adams called from the cutoff and small blind respectively. The flop landed [9d7cQc] and action checked to Greenwood who elected to bet 12,000. Adams folded, but Addamo called, and when the turn landed the [7s], the Australian checked. Greenwood
Luc Greenwood raised to 10,000 from the button and was called by Mike Watson in the big blind. The flop came [8c][4h][js] and Watson checked. Greenwood continued for 18,000. Watson called. Both players checked the [2h] on the turn before the [ks] completed the board. Watson bet 16,000. Greenwood mucked.
On a board of [ah][2c][th][kh] Stephen Chidwick bet 25,000 from the big blind. Luc Greenwood called from under the gun. The [kc] completed the board, and Chidwick used a time extension, before announcing all in for 132,000. Greenwood snap-called with 136,000 behind. Chidwick tabled [9c][9h] for two pair. Greenwood flipped
Stephen Chidwick limped the small blind and Luc Greenwood checked his option in the big blind. The flop landed [JsQc7d] and both players checked. The turn fell the [2c] and Chidwick bet out 9,000 and Greenwood called. The river fell the [Ks] and Chidwick bet 8,000. Greenwood called, and when Chidwick tabled