Fabio Colonese opened the cutoff for 4 million with . Sergio Luis Di Pego tanked for a bit on the button before he decided to shove with his for 21 million. The blinds got quickly out of the way but Colonese called right away.
It was a coinflip and while Colonese didn’t hit, he still had a 40 percent chance of winning after the flop.
The on the turn gave Colonese the straight and all Di Pego could still hope for was a chop if a queen would hit. Instead the completed the board and Di Pego exited in sixth place for $170,000.
The remaining five players are now guaranteed $230,000.
|Sergio Luis Di Pego||Busted||-24,000,000|
Pablo Silva limped in the hijack and Fabian Gumz over limped with on the button. Fabio Colonese checked the big blind with and flopped a flush draw on . Colonese checked and Silva bet 5 million. Gumz folded and Colonese called.
The hit the turn and both players checked. The on the river saw Colonese check. Silva bet 10 million into 19 million and Colonese called instantly, only to muck upon being shown the top-pair.
|Sergio Luis Di Pego||24,000,000||-2,000,000|
Fabio Colonese raised from the hijack to 4,000,000 and button Pablo Silva three-bet to 13,000,000 with . Fabian Gumz sat in the big blind and he four-bet to 22,000,000 with . Colonese folded and Silva five-bet all in for 44,000,000. A quick call followed by Gumz.
The flop was and that brought a sweat for both, but the turn made the decision. The river was the and Silva doubled up.
It folded to Daniel Rezaei on the button and he raised to 4.5 million with . Small blind Fabio Colonese three-bet to 12 million with and the big blind folded before Razaei called.
The flop came and that meant action! Colonese bet 14 million and Razaei shoved for 101 million. Colonese called for 90 million in total without using as much as a single timebank card.
Half the chips in play were in the middle in the 208 million-hand and Colonese hit right away on the turn: ! Rezaei needed the board to pair but missed as the popped up.
With 11 million left, Rezaei shoved the next hand finding in the cutoff. Pablo Silva called with in the big blind but Rezaei made a full house on and doubled.
1,000,000 / 2,000,000
Big Blind Ante
Dzmitry Urbanovich was first to act and raised to 3.5 million with . Fabian Gumz in the small blind called with before the action was on big blind Daniel Rezaei. The start-of-day chipleader found and thought about it for just a bit before he shoved for 55.3 million. Urbanovich tanked a bit himself and called all in for 44 million before Gumz folded.
It was a coinflip for 99.3 million, and it wasn’t going to be a good one for Urbanovich. The flop of settled things right then and there and the two players involved already shook hands. The on the turn and on the river were there just for good measures and the event was six-handed.
Dzmitry Urbanovich started out as the absolute short stack but made an impressive recovery before going out in 7th place for $130,000. The remaining six players are now guaranteed $170,000.
|Sergio Luis Di Pego||26,000,000||-14,000,000|
Daniel Rezaei raised under the gun for 3.2 million. Dzmitry Urbanovich with gave it some thoughts but ultimately folded his hijack. Andres Viola in the small blind looked down on and flatted. Fabian Gumz folded his big blind with king-six.
The flop of saw Viola check. Rezaei checked behind and hit a straight with the on the turn. Viola checked and folded to Rezaei’s bet.
Fabian Gumz opened with a raise from early position with . Daniel Rezaei three-bet from the hijack with to 9,000,000 and Gumz called.
The flop came down on the board. Gumz check-called a bet of 5,500,000 on the flop and the was the turn. Both checked this time and the river was the .
Gumz led out with a big bet of 18,000,000 and Rezaei went into the tank. He used multiple time extension cards before ultimately folding the best hand.
Fabio Colonese limped in the small blind and big blind Dzmitry Urbanovich raised to 5,400,000. Colonese called with while Urbanovich had .
The flop came down and Colonese checked to Urbanovich who fired a bet of 3,800,000. The turn was the and Colonese checked again. Urbanovich bet 8,800,000 this time. Again Colonese called.
The river was the and Colonese took it down after they checked.
It folded to Pedro Madeira in the hijack and he shoved for 18.2 million holding . His next-door neighbor Andres Viola looked down on in the cutoff and reshoved for 44.1 million. The buttton and blinds got out of the way.
Both paired up on the flop of . Madeira still needed a king or jack but missed with the on the turn and on the river.
Online legend Pedro Medeira signed for his biggest live cash to date, picking up $100,000. The remaining players are guaranteed $130,000 from here on out.
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