After a min-raise to 1,600 at the end of the last level, Fraser MacIntyre called and Daniel Wilson three-bet to 5,400 from one seat over. The initial raiser folded and MacIntyre called. On the flop both players checked. MacIntyre bet the turn for 3,800 and was called before making it another 4,800 to go on the river.
Wilson reluctantly called and was shown for trips. "It is heading into the right direction," MacIntyre added while stacking the chips.
The action continues to rise and Javier Zarco was among those to fall. He lost a flip for the starting stack with against the of Fabio Miranda, as the Portuguese spiked a king on the board . Zarco was left with around 7,000 and those vanished soon after.
Raz Alon avoided a big setback when his cracked , the board came .
Rodrigo Strong is nowhere to be found either, he has been replaced by the always smiling Scotsman Fraser MacIntyre.
The tournament screens show 166 entries, of which 130 remain, but the final number for the turbo flight are yet to be officially confirmed. Either way, nobody can get into the tournament anymore and the total number is sure to smash any attendance record of the Hippodrome Casino and the former UKIPT.
The board was already complete, showing , and the player in the small blind bet 12,000. Albert Sapiano moved all in and his opponent immediately sighed, leaned back and groaned. Ultimately, he could not find a fold and called all in for 27,000.
Sapiano turned over for trips and his opponent mucked the .