200,000 / 400,000
Big Blind Ante
Farid Jattin raised to 825,000 and he was called by Roberto José Sagra in the small blind and Rodrigo Seiji from the big blind.
The flop fell and it checked to Jattin. He continued with a bet of 975,000 and Sagra raised to 3,000,000. Seiji called and Jatting folded.
The turn was the and both players checked. The river was the and Sagra checked to Seiji. The Brazilian bet 6,000,000 after using a time extension card and Sagra folded.
|Roberto José Sagra||11,300,000||-3,700,000|
Rodrigo Seiji opened from middle position for 600,000 and small blind Michael Del Vecchio three-bet to 2,250,000. Big blind Farid Jattin tanked for a bit, used a time extension card, and cold four-bet to 4,325,000. Seiji thought it over for a bit but folded. Del Vecchio used a time extension card as well before he called.
The flop came and Del Vecchio checked. Jattin had one second left when he bet 1,375,000. Del Vecchio used a time extension card before he announced all in. Jattin beat him to the pot calling all in for 9.8 million.
Michael Del Vecchio:
The on the turn was a bad card for Del Vecchio and the on the river wasn’t helping him either. Double for Jattin.
|Michael Del Vecchio||2,800,000||600,000|
Farid Jattin raised to 625,000 from the cutoff and button Roberto José Sagra called from the button. Luis Gustavo sat in the big blind and he pushed all in for his last 2,750,000. Jattin folded and Sagra called.
Roberto José Sagra:
The flop was great for Sagra and he took the lead. Sagra faded an ace on the turn and he faded both an ace and four on the river to eliminate Gustavo.
|Roberto José Sagra||15,000,000||2,000,000|
150,000 / 300,000
Big Blind Ante
Like the hand before, Jack Sinclair limped in before the flop, this time from the hijack. Small blind Farid Jattin completed and big blind Roberto José Sagra checked.
Jattin checked on and Sagra bet 500,000. Sinclair called but Jattin had a bigger plan and check-raised to 1,975,000. Sagra folded, Sinclair called.
The two checked through the turn and river and Jattin showed . Sinclair mucked.
Michael Del Vecchio raised to 550,000 from early position and Farid Jattin three-bet to 1,625,000 in the next seat. The rest folded and Del Vecchio called.
The flop fell and Del Vecchio checked to Jattin. He continued with a bet of 1,275,000 and Del Vecchio called again.
The turn was the and both players checked. Del Vecchio fired a big bet of 6,000,000 after the was dealt.
Jattin used multiple time extensions but eventually folded.
|Michael Del Vecchio||2,200,000||-10,800,000|
Rodrigo Seiji opened the hijack for 500,000 and small blind Hilario Quijada and big blind Michael Del Vecchio both called.
The blinds checked to the original raiser on and he answered with a 600,000 continuation bet. Quijada called, Del Vecchio folded.
Quijada check-called another 1.1 million on the turn before the river checked through.
Quijada showed for flopped top pair that had backdoored into a flush and Seiji mucked.
Kevin MacPhee raised to 2,500,000 which was everything he had. He did so from middle position. Farid Jattin called from the cutoff and the rest folded.
MacPhee was behind for the second time with against .
The board ran out and MacPhee was eliminated from the tournament in 9th place. He cashed for $35,000.
Kevin MacPhee raised all in for 2,350,000 from the hijack. He was called by big blind Rodrigo Seiji.
The board ran out and MacPhee secured a chop when the river paired the board.
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