Michael Soyza doesn't win every pot. Wai Kiat Lee saw a heads up limp-checked flop of [6cAd9h] (holding [Qs7h]) with cutoff Soyza (who held [Td6c]), raising to 280,000 to take it from the leader. He said he was rooting for Soyza the next hand, however, as Seth Davies raised to 650,000
It started with a limp-check, Michael Soyza calling in the cutoff with [9sTd] and button Wai Kiat Lee checking [KcTd]. The [ThTsJs] flop gave them both trips, but it was Soyza who would lead all three streets: 120,000 on the flop, 300,000 on the [Ah] turn and 650,000 on the
Sam Greenwood moved all in for 1,050,000 under the gun plus two when it folded to him with [KdQs], called by button Michael Soyza with [JhJs]. The flop of [JcQdKs] was described as "spicy" by PokerGO commentator James Dempsey, but it got no spicier with the [9c7h] turn and river; Greenwood
Phil Ivey, who's tried to see a large number of flops already on this final table, limped again with [qdjd]. Cutoff Michael Soyza raised to 250,000 with [QhQs] and Ivey called. The two of them saw a flop of [AdAc7d], Ivey check-calling Soyza's 150,000. Ivey turned his flush with the
Phil Ivey and Sergi Reixach called pre once more (with [Khqh] and [Ts9d] respectively) and button Michael Soyza checked with [Ac8s]. Following exactly the same pattern as the last reported hand, there were two checks on the [Kc7h6c] flop and a bet (of 70,000) from the button, with Ivey alone
The final table in Event #7 $50,000 Short Deck is set, after a robust turnout for the last tournament in this format at the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Super High Roller Series here in Sochi. A total of 55 entries generated a prize pool of $2,675,150, which started to be awarded
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.
It folded to Matthias Eibinger on the button. He paused, then moved his stack of 1,145,000 into the middle with [Ad2d]. Small blind Michael Soyza had woken up with the ace-dominating [AcKc] and called all in for nearly that amount (1,145,000). "That's not good," remarked Eibinger, and it looked just as