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2017 PokerStars Championship Macau

HK$206,000 Single-Day High Roller I
Dias: 1
Event Info

2017 PokerStars Championship Macau

Resultados Finais
Mão Vencedora
3,645,000 HKD
Event Info
206,000 HKD
12,152,000 HKD
Informações do Nível
60,000 / 120,000

Troyanovskiy and Hongjun Bust Before Break

Nível 12 : 6,000/12,000, 2,000 ante
Vladimir Troyanovskiy
Vladimir Troyanovskiy

There has been a last-gasp burst of action and Vladimir Troyanovskiy and Zhao Hongjun have departed in a flurry of cards and chips.

We caught the action in Troyanovskiy's bust out hand on the turn in a heads up pot between the former and Daniel Dvoress with the board reading {5-Diamonds}{j-Diamonds}{a-Spades} {9-Clubs} with the Russian facing down a 106,000 bet from the Canadian.

Troyanovskiy burned through nearly the entire allotted 30-seconds before shoving for a little under 260,000 but was called instantly by Dvoress – and did not look happy about this at all. When the cards are turned over we can see why.

Vladimir Troyanovskiy: {a-Diamonds}{2-Spades}
Daniel Dvoress: {a-Clubs}{9-Hearts}

The Russian was in bad shape, left drawing to the deck’s two remaining jacks, neither of which appeared on the river to send Troyanovskiy to the rail.

While this was happening Zhao Hongjun and Jack Salter became involved in a huge hand that cost the former his tournament life.

We missed all of the action and only arrived in time to catch the aftermath, but Salter was kind enough to recap the action for us before heading off for his dinner.

Pre-flop it was Hongjun who was the aggressor, with Salter calling in position with {j-Spades}{10-Spades} and hitting gin when the flop came down {9-Spades}{8-Spades}{7-Spades}. Unaware he had walked into a monster Hongjun checked the action over to Salter, who fired for 27,000. The Chinese player sealed his demise after choosing to check raise to 62,000 with Salter craftily smooth calling to set the trap.

Hongjun led out for 95,000 on the {6-} turn and Salter smooth-called once again and the river came down a meaningless {5-}.

The Chinese player fired out a 100,000 bet, leaving himself 80,000 behind, which he called off when Salter moved all-in, but could only tap the table and stand up to leave when Salter rolled over the stone cold nuts.

Jogador Fichas Progresso
Jack Salter gb
Jack Salter
815,000 575,000
Daniel Dvoress ca
Daniel Dvoress
WSOP 2X Winner
700,000 300,000
Vladimir Troyanovskiy ru
Vladimir Troyanovskiy
Zhao Hongjun cn
Zhao Hongjun

Tags: Daniel DvoressJack SalterVladimir Troyanovskiyzhao hongjun