Ralph Wong shoved the button for 41,100,000 and Norbert Szecsi called in the big blind.
It was a flip for Wong’s tournament life, with the short stack holding to .
Szecsi held through the flop and after the came on the turn, Wong had one card to hit six outs.
He couldn’t find any of them though, as the completed the board and confirmed his 2nd place elimination.
Wong will take home $260,000 for his runner-up finish, while Szecsi ends the Caribbean Poker Party with a $10K MILLIONS High Roller Finale victory for $400,000.
Norbert Szecsi limped the button and Ralph Wong checked the big blind to see a flop.
Wong check-called 3 million and after the came on the turn both players checked.
The then completed the board and after Wong checked, Szecsi bet 10 million.
Wong thought for a few moments before he released and he’s now down near the ten big blind mark.
1,500,000 / 3,000,000
Big Blind Ante
Norbert Szecsi opened the button to 6.5 million and Ralph Wong called in the big blind.
The flop went check-check and then Wong led the turn for 4.5 million.
The paired the board on the end and Wong led again – this time for 8 million.
Szecsi thought for a few moments and then called.
Wong missed with and Szecsi tabled – for a correct ace-high call.
Szecsi now has a 4:1 chip lead heading into the next period.
There’s a new chip leader after Norbert Szecsi took a sizable pot off Ralph Wong.
Szecsi raised the button to 6 million and Wong called to see the flop.
Wong check-called 8 million to see the fall on the turn.
Wong check-called again – this time for 20 million – after he used two extensions.
The complete the board and both players quickly checked.
Wong quickly flashed and Szecsi turned over to win the pot.
Wong is now under 100 million for the first time since heads up play began.
1,200,000 / 2,500,000
Big Blind Ante
With the board reading , Norbert Szecsi bet 15,000,000 – which was nearly the size of the pot – and Ralph Wong called.
Szecsi tabled and it was good.
The win brings the Hungarian closer to the chip leader and the stacks are almost back to even.
1,000,000 / 2,000,000
Big Blind Ante
Norbert Szecsi opened the button to 4 million and Ralph Wong called to see a flop.
Wong check-called 5 million and he check-called 6 million after the came on the turn.
The completed the board and after Wong checked, Szecsi tapped the table as well.
Wong tabled and the full house extended his heads up advantage.
The blinds are about to go up and Norbert Szecsi is behind close to 30 big blinds.
Norbert Szecsi had gotten the stacks back to nearly even after a few smaller wins, but Ralph Wong just restored his chip lead thanks to a big river bet.
Szecsi opened to 4 million from the button and Wong called to see a flop.
Wong check-called 5 million and then led for 6 million after the on the turn.
The completed the board and Wong bet 18 million – which forced a quick fold from Szecsi.
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