Event #3 $25,000 Short Deck
Mikhail Rudoy pushed his 100,000 stack into the middle and Aaron Van Blarcum called, putting the Russian at risk.
Aaron Van Blarcum:
The board came down and Blarcum took down the pot with his flush, forcing Rudoy to use an add-on chip.
|Aaron Van Blarcum||490,000||390,000|
Luc Greenwood moved all in and Michael Soyza called for less, putting his 59,000 stack into the middle.
The board rolled out and Soyza’s bullets took down the pot for a double.
Wai Leong Chan opened to 15,000 and only Danny Tang called to see the flop. Chan led out for 22,000 and Tang called.
The landed on the turn, Chan bet 75,000 and Tang snap-called for his 60,000 stack. Chan tabled for a straight draw and Tang showed for a set of johnnies.
The river improved Tang to quad jacks and he scooped the pot for a complete double through Chan.
|Wai Leong Chan||60,000||-240,000|
The players will now be taking a quick 10-minute break.
Mikita Badziakouski saw three players limp before him and elected to move all-in, totaling 101,000. Sergi Reixach was the lone caller and the two turned over their hands.
The flop came down and Badziakouski took the lead with his flopped ace. A landed on the turn, shifting the lead back to Reixach and the cemented the pot.
Reixach pulled in the pot with his turned straight and Badziakouski was forced to use his first add-on chip.
The flop showed and there was around 40,000 in the middle when Chin Wei Lim bet 33,000. Konstantin Uspenskii raised his entire stack which was about 90,000 and Lim quickly called.
Chin Wei Lim:
The peeled off as a turn card, leaving Lim with one last chance for romance and the river was just what he needed as he filled up to take the lead with his boat, forcing Uspenskii to use an add-on chip.
|Chin Wei Lim||385,000||285,000|
Paul Phua opened and Luc Greenwood moved all in. Phua called for less, putting in his 100,000 stack and the two tabled their hands.
The dealer fanned out on the board and Greenwood’s boat took down the pot. Phua used an add-on chip.
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