John Dibella raised to 65,000 from the cutoff and Rodrigo Cordoba defended from the big blind to see the flop.
Cordoba check-called a bet of 85,000 and the check-called a bet of 135,000 on the turn. Action then went check-check on the river and Cordoba showed the , which was good enough to chop with Dibella's .
Aleksei Opalikhin and Rasmus Glæsel have been getting involved in plenty of situations at the outer table in the Main Event, and clashed again just now.
Glæsel made it 75,000 to go from the small blind and Opalikhin called in the big blind. The flop of provoked a repeat bet and call, before a check from Glæsel on the turn saw Opalikhin bet 130,000. Glæsel called.
The river of saw both players check and Glæsel said 'Sorry' as he showed and took the pot.
From under the gun/the hijack, Rasmus Glæsel opened for 65,000. Aleksei Opalikhin three-bet to 150,000 from the cutoff and Allon Allison in the big blind shoved all in for 980,000. Glæsel folded right away, Opalikhin called just as quick but was behind.
After Michael Gentili raised to 65,000 under the gun, Michael Bartholomew three-bet all in for 915,000 from the cutoff. Christian Harder then four-bet all in over the top from the small blind, and Gentili got out of the way.
Harder woke up with pocket rockets, and they sent Bartholomew to the rail after the board ran out a clean .