Ralph Wong shoved the small blind and Matthias Eibinger called for around ten bigs in the big.
Wong held and Eibinger needed to hold with .
He did through the flop and the on the turn – but Wong picked up additional outs with a flush draw.
That draw came in on the end – as the completed the board and confirmed Eibinger’s elimination.
Wong will now enter heads up play with 121 million to Norbert Szecsi’s 84 million.
Action folded to the small blind and Matthias Eibinger shoved. Norbert Szecsi checked his cards and called for his final 43 million with .
Eibinger tabled and it was a flip for the Hungarian’s tournament life.
The flop paired Eibinger – but Szecsi’s set meant he was drawing to running cards.
They didn’t come and Szecsi doubled to take the chip lead – while Eibinger is down to ten bigs.
800,000 / 1,600,000
Big Blind Ante
With the board reading , Norbert Szecsi bet 5 million and Ralph Wong called from the button.
The completed the board and after Szecsi bet 12 million, Wong went into the tank.
He eventually called and Szecsi tabled .
Trips were good and Szecsi won the pot to bring all three stacks within touching distance.
600,000 / 1,200,000
Big Blind Ante
Norbert Szecsi made it 4 million from the small blind and Ralph Wong called in the big to see a flop.
Szecsi bet 3 million and Wong called again to see the fall on the turn.
After Szecsi bet 10.8 million, Wong used an extension and then moved all-in.
Szecsi quickly folded and when the dust settled, Wong was in the chip lead with more than 85 million.
Matthias Eibinger opened the button to 2.2 million and Ralph Wong three-bet to 9 million from the big blind.
Eibinger called and then called another 6 million after the flop.
The came on the turn and Wong checked before Eibinger took the betting lead with a 13 million chip wager.
Wong quickly folded and Eibinger regained his chip lead.
Ralph Wong raised to 4.5 million from the small blind and Garik Tamanian shoved from the big blind.
Wong called and he needed to hold with against .
The Russian couldn’t connect on the flop, but he did pick up some additional outs.
Luckily for Wong, they didn’t come – as the and completed the board.
As Tamanian collected $135,000, Wong took in a pot that gave him a slight chip lead.
There is a new MILLIONS High Roller Finale final table chip leader after Norbert Szecsi won a sizable pot against Matthias Eibinger.
Action was picked up with Szecsi opening to 2.2 million from under the gun.
Eibinger called in the big blind and then check-called 3 million on the flop.
The came on the turn and both players checked, before Eibinger checked again after the completed the board.
Szecsi bet 7.5 million and Eibinger called – only to see his opponent table .
Top pair was good and now Szecsi is pacing this four-handed final table.
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