Event #3 $25,000 Short Deck
The remaining 10 players will now be taking a quick 10-minute break.
Just moments after Sergi Reixach took down a large pot he was already in another, this time against Paul Phua who moved all in before the flop for a total fo 444,000. Reixach called, putting Phua at risk.
The board rolled out and Phua landed a double with his bullets.
The final two tables have now redrawn and the 30-minute for the live updates has now come to an end.
|Table||Seat||Player||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||1||Wai Leong Chan||1,950,000||65|
|2||1||Aaron Van Blarcum||500,000||17|
|Wai Leong Chan||1,950,000||375,000|
|Aaron Van Blarcum||500,000||-5,000|
Jiang Xia He moved all in for 380,000 and only Sam Greenwood called, putting the champion of the first event at risk.
Jiang Xia He:
The dealer fanned out [jh10s7c] on the flop and He was in the lead. An hit the felt on the turn and He then fell behind, needing to hit or he was going home. A river sealed it for Greenwood with his two pair and He took an exit.
|Xia He Jiang||Busted||-100,000|
The flop showed and there was around 200,000 in the pot. Aaron Van Blarcum checked to Danny Tang who bet 110,000. Blarcum called and the landed as a turn card.
Both players checked through to the river where Blarcum checked once more. Tang bet 188,000 and Blarcum instantly check-called.
Tang tabled for a rivered flush and Blarcum sent his cards into the muck, shipping the pot to Tang.
|Aaron Van Blarcum||505,000||-845,000|
Luc Greenwood moved all in for 131,000, Sergey Lebedev and Thai Ha both called, putting the Canadian at risk.
The dealer fanned out and the two players in the side-pot checked down to a showdown with the completing the board.
Lebedev tabled and Ha showed . Greenwood bested both, turning over for the best hand with his two pair, pulling in the pot for a triple up.
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