Imsirovic made it 150,000 to go with [KdJs] and was just called by Sergi Reixcah with [8c8h]. The flop of [3c6dJc] saw Imsirovic put the rest of his stack in (75,000). Reixach was getting good odds but was a 13% dog in the hand. He made the call! The [2s] turn helped
Michael Zhang was all-in pre-flop for 190,000 chips with [9c9h] and he was called by a re-shove for 310,000 by Ali Imsirovic with [KdJc] and then Timothy Adams, the chip leader with 1.1 million and holding just [6d2c] Flop of [6hQcKh] put Zhang in massive trouble, but the [9s] turn gave Zhang
Elio Fox has gone from chip leader at the start of play to short stack an hour ago. Now he's regained his start-of-day stack to become chip leader again. Sergi Reixach called with [AdQs] and so too did Imsirovic with [Jd5c] and Fox with [Kc4h] in the blinds. The flop of [2dKd8d]
Ali Imsirovic has gone from chip leader to shortest stack in the room, and while Michael Zhang has been down there at the bottom of the chipcounts for much of the last two hours, Imsirovic hasn't. How will that affect the dynamics of play?
Top players find the fold button even if they have a great hand. Ali Imsirovic opened to 50,000 with [KhQc] and Sergi Reixach three-bet to 155,000 with [QsQh] to take it down. Adams then raised over Elio Fox's open when Fox had ace-jack and Adams ace-queen. Again, a pretty quick fold from
The chips have been flying around the table in the first 75 minutes of action, yet we remain on the bubble. The chip lead has changed dramatically, however, with shorter stacks Sergi Reixach and Timothy Adams, languishing at kick-off, now first and second in chips.