Dzivielevski Eliminated, Bubble Burst

Yuri Dzivielevski was down to just 200,000 and he was all in on the small blind against Jack Sinclair. He found [ahac] while Dzivielevski had [qc3c]. The board fell [ks9s6htd8d] and the Brazilian was eliminated just shy of the money. There was another all in on another table and a player who

Short Stack Dzivielevski Finds Aces

The button shoved to put the pressure on short stacks Jack Sinclair (small blind) and Yuri Dzivielevski (big blind.) Sinclair folded but Dzivielevski, down to just 675,000, got the hand he was hoping for and instantly called. Button: [Ks7c] Yuri Dzivielevski: [AsAh] The board ran out [Jd8d4s] [7s] [9c] and Dzivielevski doubled. With 68

Dzivielevski Doubles With Quad Aces

In one of the first hands of the new level, the button opened for a min-raise. From the small blind, Jack Sinclair shoved and big blind Yuri Dzivielevski called all in for less, wagering his 1 million stack. The button folded. Jack Sinclair: [Kx9x] Yuri Dzivielevski: [AsAh] The flop settled things: [Ac5dAd]. The

partypoker Chairman Mike Sexton Eliminated

partypoker chairman Mike Sexton sat at the feature table for a while and he played on the PokerGO live stream along with the likes of partypoker PRO Richard Dubini. Yuri Dzivielevski is also seated at the table and he just eliminated Sexton from the tournament. Dzivielevski raised under the gun to

Dzivielevski and Gumz Chop After Ten Minutes

Fabian Gumz and Yuri Dzivielevski just played a ten-minute pot that ended up in an anti-climactic ending where they chopped it up. Gumz raised from the hijack to 100,000 and a three-bet to 350,000 followed by Dzivielevski from the small blind. Gumz called and the two saw the [7c6s4s] flop being

Dzivielevski Folds the River

The board was [6h6c5h3cjc] and there was 131,000 in the pot when Yuri Dzivielevski faced a 35,000 bet from the player in the small blind. Dzivielevski raised to 160,000 and his opponent counted out how much he had behind. He counted a total of 703,00 behind and he flicked an

Over Bet Works for Dzivielevski

We only got there on the river but the pot was sizable enough for us to take an interest. With [QsThQc] [4d] [5c] on the board, the pot was already at 321,000. Yuri Dzivielevski, seated in early position, tanked for a bit before he bet a hefty 500,000. His opponent in