Informações do Nível
|Blinds||125,000 / 250,000|
Informações do Jogador - Dia 3
The remaining ten players are on their first 15-minute break of the day.
Laszlo Molnar opened to 100,000 on the button and Andrew Wilson three-bet to 325,000 from the small blind. Molnar called.
The flop landed and Wilson continued with a bet of 200,000. Molnar called. Wilson then checked on the turn and Molnar checked back.
Wilson checked again on the river and Molnar used a time bank before betting 500,000. Wilson quickly folded.
Seven players left and €1,700,000 for the winner - Fabiano Kovalski found himself in a position to potentially knock out Michael Pinto in seventh place and bring Day 5 to a close.
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The Ehsan Amiri show continues, as he has eliminated another player and extended his already commanding lead.
Amiri raised to 125,000 under the gun and was called by Rui Bouquet in the small blind and Lander Lijo in the big blind.
The flop came and after his opponents in the blinds checked, Amiri continued for 250,000.
Bouquet then moved all in for 1,345,000. Lijo folded, but Amiri went into the tank briefly before calling for the opportunity to send another player to the rail.
Amiri's pair led Bouquet's flush draw, and after the turn and river, the Australian had secured another knockout as his stack hit the nine million chip mark.
Rui Bouquet opened to 100,000 from the cutoff and Ehsan Amiri flat-called out of the small blind.
Amiri checked on the flop of and Bouquet checked back. Amiri then led out with a bet of 150,000 on the turn and his opponent called.
The river brought the and Amiri fired a bet of 400,000. Bouquet shuffled some chips and called, only to muck when Amiri showed for a rivered flush.
After raising in early position, Daewoong Song called the all-in bet of Antoine Labat for 320,000 to put the Frenchman at risk.
The flop brought Song some help, pairing his queen, and the turn brought even more with the .
The on the river filled Song up and brought the field down to 11 players.
After Rui Bouquet opened to 100,000 in early position, Ramon Colillas moved all in for 830,000 on the button and Bouquet called.
The flop was safe for the PokerStars Ambassador, but the on the turn and then the on the river sealed his fate in 13th place.
Ehsan Amiri has been dominating the table with a series of raises and three-bets. In one of the latest hands, Amiri opened from the cutoff and a fed-up Eric Rabl on the button three-bet the chip leader, who then called.
Amiri checked on the flop of and Rabl bet 180,000. Amiri called. Amiri checked again on the turn and Rabl checked back.
The river brought the and Amiri checked for a third time. Rabl took a moment before pushing out his stack of 845,000 for an all-in bet. Amiri went into the tank and stared down his opponent behind a pair of blue-tinted sunglasses. After using two time banks, Amiri called.
Rabl tabled a stone bluff with for nine-high and Amiri let out a gasp that was equal parts in relief and in shock before he tabled for trips, more than enough to win the pot. Rabl hit the rail in 14th place as those at the table tried to wrap their heads around the meltdown they had witnessed.
"Nine-six off?!" F***!" Amiri exclaimed after extending his already massive chip lead.
"Wow," contributed Ramon Colillas.