The remaining five players are on another 15-minute break.
Informações do Nível
|Blinds||125,000 / 250,000|
Informações do Jogador - Dia 3
After Daewoong Song raised to 240,000 in the cutoff, Laszlo Molnar three-bet from the small blind to 720,000.
Ater some brief deliberation, Song called, and a 1,500,000+ chip pot was brewing preflop.
The flop came and Molnar sprinkled out a small bet of 350,000. That would be enough though to shed Song, as he folded to cede the pot to the new chip leader.
After Johannes Straver put 500,000 of his remaining 700,000 chips in the middle from the hijack, Jaewoong Song moved all in from the small blind. Stefan Schillhabel folded his big blind and Straver was at risk.
The flop was about as good as Song could ask for, pairing his ace and giving him a flush draw.
The turn gave Straver some hope with a pair of kings, but the river brought no further help and he was sent home in sixth place.
Rui Ferreira opened in to 240,000 in the hijack and Ehsan Amiri flat-called in the cutoff, while Laszlo Molnar defended his big blind.
The flop of checked through and Ferreira bet 400,000 when checked to. Only Amiri called. The river brought the and Ferreira bet 1,900,000, leaving himself just a few chips behind. Amiri raised all in and Ferreira committed his remaining chips.
Amiri showed for two pair, but it was no good against the better two pair of the Portuguese player with for the chip leader to double up yet another opponent.
Ehsan Amiri raised on the button to 200,000 and was called by Stefan Schillhabel in the big blind.
On the flop, Schillhabel checked to Amiri who bet 100,000. Schillhabel lobbed in a calling chip to see the fall on the turn and again checked.
Amiri cut out 350,000 and pushed it forward, receiving another call from Schillhabel.
On the river, Schillhabel checked a final time and Amiri pounded the table to check.
"I win," said Schillhabel as he turned over for a flopped Broadway straight and the nuts.
"I was waiting for the river bet," said Schillhabel as he dragged enough chips to push him over five million.
Ehsan Amiri opened to 300,000 from the hijack and Laszlo Molnar flat-called out of the small blind.
Molnar checked on the flop of and Amiri bet 200,000. Molnar called. Molnar checked again on the turn and Amiri sized up to 800,000. Amiri used a time bank before announcing "all in" for around 2,500,000. Amiri in turn used a time bank and then called.
Molnar was ahead with two pair but needed to dodge a club to stay alive. He did so and let out a triumphant "YES!" when the river bricked off to earn him the double.
"That's a sweat!" Molnar said after doubling through the chip leader.
A few hands earlier, Rui Ferreira doubled his stack of 1,400,000 through Daewoong Song when his held up against the of the South Korean.
After Rui Ferreira limped his small blind, the dealer began to scoop the chips toward the pot, not realizing Ehsan Amiri had yet to act in the big blind.
Amiri alerted the dealer that he hadn't acted and the bets were replaced. Amiri then raised to 400,000.
Ferreira called, then checked the flop, as did Amiri. On the turn, however, after Ferreira checked, Amiri bet 500,000.
After a bit of deliberation and counting his stack, Ferreira called, putting over a quarter of his stack in the middle.
The river prompted a final check from Ferreira, then Amiri dropped a stack of T-100,000 chips forward to put Ferreira all in.
Ferreira didn't take long before folding to send the pot to the very active Amiri.
Daewoong Song raised to 200,000 in early position and Daewoong Song three-bet to 500,000 on the button, leaving himself approximately 200,000 behind.
Song raised the rest and Papadopoulos called off for his tournament life.
Papadopoulos was ahead with his ace-high and also had the better flush draw when the flop came .
The turn however was the , giving Song a pair of tens.
The river was no help to Papadopoulos, and he was eliminated to take home €150,530.