Ludovic Geilich started the day with just over 2 million in chips but doubled early on. He just told us how he found pocket tens on the button in one of the first hands of the day and he opened to 75,000. The small blind three-bet to 300,000 and the
The penultimate day of the MILLIONS World Bahamas Main Event began with 135 players and after eight levels of play, 24 players bagged chips for tomorrow's Caribbean Poker Party finale. The remaining field is stacked with talent - especially the top of the leaderboard. partypoker pro Ludovic Geilich leads and is
Markus Prinz raised all in for 6,900,000 from middle position and Ludovic Geilich called from the big blind. Prinz: [AdTh] Geilich: [8d8s] The board ran out [8h3h4s5h9c], giving Geilch a set of eights to eliminate Prinz.
With about 5,000,000 in the pot and the board reading [5sJsAcTh], partypoker pro Ludovic Geilich checked from the hijack and Scott Margereson bet 1,600,000 from the cutoff. Geilich called. The river was the [Ks], Geilich checked, Margerson shoved for effectively 4,500,000 and Geilich used two time extensions before he folded.
Partypoker pro Ludovic Geilich raised to 35,000 from under the gun, and Stephen Chidwick called in the big blind. The flop landed [5s6h9c] and Chidwick led out for 30,000. Geilich used two time extension chips, and then moved all in for 109,000. Chidwick called. Geilich: [AsAh6d4c] Chidwick: [9s8d5h4s] The turn and river landed the
Ludovic Geilich raised to 15,000 from the hijack and Cary Katz called in the big blind. The flop landed [6s5s3s] and Katz check-called a bet of 9,000. Both players checked the [Js] on the turn, and when the [Jh] landed on the river, Katz bet 25,000 and Geilich called. Katz tabled his
Ben Tollerene opened the cutoff to 17,000 and Stephen Chidwick three-bet to 60,000 on the button. From the small blind, partypoker pro Ludovic Geilich used a time extension chip and then four-bet to 203,000. Tollerene folded, and Chidwick called all in for 87,000 total. Chidwick: [AhAcJc3h] Geilich: [KhKs9h5c] The board ran out [7h2h6h9cQs]