Informações do Nível
|Blinds||8,000 / 16,000|
The cards are back in the air.
The remaining three players are taking a short break.
Hand #117: Junzhong Loo opened to 20,000 only to have Aik-Chuan Nee three-bet to 42,000 from the button. Loo folded and Nee was pushed the pot.
Hand #118: From the button, Martin Kozlov moved all in for 142,000 and Junzhong Loo called from the big blind.
With Kozlov behind and at-risk for the third time, the flop changed little before the landed on the turn to ensure there would be no chop on this occasion.
The river landed the and Kozlov headed to the rail in 4th place for an AU$35,763 payday.
Hand #110: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 20,000 from under the gun and collected the pot.
Hand #111: Martin Kozlov opened to 50,000 and Aik-Chuan Nee called in the big blind to see a flop of fall. Nee checked and Kozlov moved all in for 28,000 with Nee check-calling.
The turn landed the and river the to ensure Kozlov the double to roughly 160,000 in chips.
Hand #112: Junzhong Loo limped in on the button and Martin Kozlov checked the big blind to see a flop fall. Loo bet out 10,000 and Kozlov folded.
Hand #113: Junzhong Loo opened to 20,000 first to act and collected the pot.
Hand #114: Martin Kozlov limped in on the button and Junzhong Loo checked the big blind to see a flop fall. Loo checked and Kozlov bet 15,000 to prompt a fold from Loo.
Hand #115: Martin Kozlov opened to 20,000 only to have Aik-Chuan Nee put Kozlov all in from the big blind. Kozlov folded and Nee won the pot.
Hand #116: Luke Spano opened to 20,000 from the cutoff and Martin Kozlov called in the big blind to see a produced by the dealer. Spano tossed in 25,000 and Kozlov moved all in for 120,000 with Spano immediately calling.
With Kozlov trailing and at-risk once again, the on the turn gave him outs to the chop, and when the would arrive on the river, those outs would hold true as the Kozlov survived another all in.
Hand #104: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 100,000 and Martin Kozlov called all in for slightly less.
The board ran out to see Kozlov stay alive with the chopped pot.
Hand #105: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 16,000 from the cutoff and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #106: Luke Spano limped the small blind and Junzhong Loo raised to 24,000 from the big. Spano folded and Loo was pushed the pot.
Hand #107: Luke Spano raised his button to 16,000 only to have Junzhong Loo three-bet to 43,000 from the small blind. Spano folded and Loo won another pot.
Hand #108: The action folded to Aik-Chuan Nee in the small blind and he put Martin Kozlov all in. Kozlov peeked down at his cards and then sent them to the muck.
Hand #109: Junzhong Loo raised to 16,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #100: Junzhong Loo opened to 18,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #101: Luke Spano raised to 17,000 and Junzhong Loo called in the big blind before Spano bet 15,000 on the flop. Loo called before both players checked the and on the turn and river.
Spano tabled his , but it would be Loo's that would see him collect the pot.
Hand #102: Aik-Chuan Nee received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #103: From the small blind, Aik-Chuan Nee limped in and Peco Stojanovski checked as the dealer spread a flop. Nee bet out 8,000 and Stojanovski made the call as the landed on the turn and Nee fired again; this time for a 19,000.
Stojanovski made the call, and when the dealer dropped the on the river, Nee pushed out a bet of 48,000. Stojanovski moved all in for 148,000 and Nee snap-called.
Stojanovski tabled his for a full house, but it would Nee's for a straight flush that would see Stojanovski head to the rail in 5th place for an AU$26,862 payday.
Hand #90: From the small blind, Martin Kozlov opened to 20,000 and won the big blind and antes.
Hand #91: Luke Spano raised to 18,000 from the small blind and Junzhong Loo bumped it up to 44,000 from the big blind. Spano folded and Loo won the pot.
Hand #92: Junzhong Loo opened the small blind to 20,000 and won the big blind and antes.
Hand #93: Martin Kozlov opened to 16,000 from under the gun only to fold once Aik-Chuan Nee three-bet the small blind to 39,000.
Hand #94: Aik-Chuan Nee limped the button, Peco Stojanovski completed and Martin Kozlov checked as the dealer fanned a flop. Nee bet out 9,000 only to have Stojanovski check-raise to 22,000 before Kozlov folded and Nee folded also.
Hand #95: Junzhong Loo raised to 18,000 and Luke Spano called in the big as the dealer dropped a flop and Spano tossed in 20,000. Loo called and the dealer delivered the on the turn.
Spano bet out 29,000 and Loo called as the completed the board on the river. Spano fired once again; this time for 39,000 and Loo mucked.
Hand #96: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 17,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #97: Luke Spano opened the button to 18,000 and Aik-Chuan Nee called in the big to see a flop fall. Spano continued for 21,000 with Nee check-calling as the landed on the turn.
Spano bet out 37,000 and Nee again check-called as the landed on the river. This time Nee took the lead by betting out 39,000 only to have Spano move all in for 232,000. Nee eventually folded and Spano scooped a monster pot.
Hand #98: Luke Spano opened to 16,000 and Aik-Chuan Nee called in the small blind along with Peco Stojanovski in the big. The flop was checked through, and when the landed on the turn, Nee's bet of 19,000 was enough to capture the pot.
Hand #99: Peco Stojanovski moved all in from the small blind and Martin Kozlov folded his big.