Start-of-the-day chip leader Andras Nemeth has just been eliminated from this EPT Main Event. First, he lost almost all of his stack to qualifier Pawel Brzeski. An orbit later his last chips went Eugene Katchalov's way.
In the first hand, it was Sergey Sergeev that opened with a raise to 4,000. Brzeski called on the button, before Nemeth raised to 18,000 from the small blind.
Sergeev folded but Brzeski four-bet to 42,000. Nemeth gave it some thought, then five-bet all in for 123,500 effectively. Brzeski call after a few seconds.
Brzeski was at risk but he was ahead with his jacks. Nemeth needed to hit to score to knock-out. The flop didn't provide him any help.
He got some extra outs with the on the turn but the couldn't help him.
Nemeth had only 12,000 left after that hand. He got some more by shoving all in once when he didn't get any callers.
The second time he moved all in ended his tournament.
He called a 4,500 opeining raise from Eugene Katchalov and shoved all in on the flop. Katchalov called, holding and Nemeth was in front with .
However, the turn was the and Nemeth was on the brink of elimination. The on the river couldn't save him and he was done for this event.