500,000 / 1,000,000
Big Blind Ante
The table folded to the small blind and Ralph Wong moved all-in on short stacked Marques De Miranda.
De Miranda checked his cards and called for his final 6.3 million with .
Wong held and he held through the flop before turning his opponent dead with the .
The completed the board and De Miranda exited in 5th place.
The remaining four players are 15 minutes from their next break.
|Marques De Miranda||Busted||-16,025,000|
Matthias Eibinger opened to 1.7 million and Ralph Wong defended his big blind to see a flop.
Wong check-called 1.8 million and after the came on the turn both players checked.
After the completed the board Wong led for 2 million and Eibinger folded just before he would have been forced to use an extension.
Matthias Eibinger just dropped the first meaningful pot he’s played at this final table and now Ralph Wong is back over the chip average.
Action was picked up with nearly 16 million in the pot and the board reading .
Wong – who was in the small blind – bet 9,000,000 and after he used an extension Eibinger folded.
Julien Martini got a shove through and then shoved the very next hand from under the gun for just over 9.5 million.
The table folded to the button and Garik Tamasian went into the tank.
The Russian used an extension before he re-shoved and he tabled after the blinds folded.
Martini held and was flipping for his tournament life.
The board ran out and while Tamasian celebrated the elimination, the Frenchman hit the rail.
400,000 / 800,000
Big Blind Ante
Chip leader Matthias Eibinger opened to 1.3 million from early position and after a few folds, Stephen Chidwick three-bet to 3.6 million from the button.
The blinds folded and Eibinger replied with a four-bet to 8 million, before Chidwick shoved for around 19~ million.
Eibinger snap called and – again – tabled .
Chidwick held and hit the rail after the board ran out .
Chidwick will earn $75,000 and Eibinger now has half the chips in play six-handed.
In the very next hand after Soverel’s elimination, Jamie Sequeira ran into Garik Tamasian’s .
The bigger pair held and when the dust settled, Sequeira had 500,000 left after paying his big blind.
He was then eliminated by Marques De Miranda on the next hand and will earn $60,000 for his Finale final table run.
On the first hand back from the dinner break, Sam Soverel ran a big pair into chip leader Matthias Eibinger’s aces.
Action was picked up with Garik Tamasian opening the button to 1.2 million and after Soverel shoved from the small blind, Eibinger re-shoved from the big.
Tamasian got out of the way and Soverel’s had two outs against the big stack’s .
The bullets held and while Soverel will earn $50,000 for his final table run – Eibinger is now over 60 million.
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