Dominik Nitsche shoved all in for 78,000 from under the gun, and Igor Kurganov called in the small blind.
The dealer spread a board, and Nitsche secured the double.
On a board that read with roughly 88,000 in the middle, Matthias Eibinger lead out from the big blind for 119,000.
From the button, Larry Wright called, and then tabled his for kings-full and scooped the pot.
On a final board reading with roughly 80,000 in the middle, Matthias Eibinger pushed out a stack of chips amounting to roughly 80,000.
His opponent in the hand is Byron Kaverman, and after using his full allotment of free time, he called all in for 52,000.
Eibinger tabled his for a straight, and Kaverman was forced to show his and then mucked.
Alex Foxen opened to 11,000 in the hijack and Larry Wright defended his big blind to see a flop.
Both players checked through to see the on the turn. Wright bet out 7,000, and Foxen called as the landed on the river.
As Wright’s time was about to expire, he turned to the dealer and asked, “Do I owe a chip?”
The dealer nodded, and Wright tossed in a time extension chip before pushing out a stack of chips amounting to 58,000.
Foxen immediately called, and Wright tabled his for the nut straight and Foxen mucked.
Play has resumed with the following players still in contention.
Registration is now closed in the Super High Roller Bowl V Satellite with a total of 25 entrants taking part.
Sam Soverel and Dominik Nitsche are the latest entrants as 12 players are remaining.
Big Blind Ante
Super High Roller Bowl V is less than 24 hours away as cards go in the air inside the PokerGO Studio at 12:00 pm local time in Las Vegas on Monday. In anticipation of the fifth edition of the most prestigious high roller event of the year, a $10,000 satellite is being held in the ARIA poker room. The satellite got underway at 12:00 pm local time and after registration closes, Poker Central will provide you with exclusive updates on who will claim one of the few remaining seats into Super High Roller Bowl V.
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