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Informações do Nível
|Blinds||800,000 / 1,600,000|
Tim Andrew completed in the small blind and called when big blind Pete Arroyos potted for 3,600,000.
They saw the hit the felt and both checked to the turn. Andrew checked again but Arroyos fired a pot-size bet of 7.2 million. Andrew immediately called.
The river was quickly checked through and Arroyos announced two pair, showing .
"Two pair is good," Andrew said and mucked.
Tim Andrew limped from the small blind, Pete Arroyos raised the pot to 3,600,000 from the big blind, and Andrew called.
The flop came down and Andrew check-called 1,500,000 from Arroyos. The turn was the , Andrew checked, Arroyos bet the pot, and Andrew folded.
In the next hand, Andrew opened to 3,100,000 from the button and Arroyos called from the small blind.
The flop fell , Arroyos checked, Andrew bet 4,000,000, and Andrew folded.
In a three-way limped pot, Robert Chicchelli and Tim Andrew checked the flop and Pete Arroyos potted for 3.6 million on the button.
Cicchelli tanked for about two minutes and then raised all in for about 8 million. Arroyos called and they both showed the eight-high straight.
Cicchelli, however, had and was freerolling against .
"Yeah, baby. Freeroll!" Cicchelli shouted in excitement, hoping to scoop the pot.
"Spade one time!" he continued.
The changed nothing and neither did the river, leaving the pot split between Cicchelli and Arroyos.
Sandeep Pulusani raised the pot to 3,600,000 from the small blind and Pete Arroyos called from the big blind.
The flop came down , Pulusani went all in for his remaining 2,150,000, and Arroyos called.
Pulusani tabled for a flush draw with some straight draws, while Arroyos showed for a pair of aces.
The turn and river completed the board, no help to Pulusani, ending his tournament in fourth place.
Tim Andrew made it 2.8 million under the gun and Pete Arroyos accepted the price in the small blind. The flop was checked but Arroyos fired the maximum bet on the turn. Andrew fairly quickly cut out calling chips and slid them forward.
The river was the and Arroyos placed in a tower of chips, covering Andrew's remaining 7,325,000. Andrew called, showing the nuts with , and Arroyos' hand was thrown in the muck.
Andrew doubled to just over 35 million and took over the pole position from Arroyos.
Tim Andrew raised to 3,000,000 from the button and Pete Arroyos called from the big blind.
They checked to the turn of a board where Arroyos check-called 3,000,000 from Andrew. The river was the , Arroyos led for 4,000,000 and Andrew folded.
Pete Arroyos limped on the button and Robert Cicchelli potted in the small blind, making it 4,000,000. Big blind Tim Andrew got out of the way but Arroyos snap-called.
The flop came and Cicchelli announced he was all in for 4.8 million. Arroyos spent over two minutes contemplating his decision and eventually figured out that his hand wasn't good enough to match the price.
Pete Arroyos limped from under the gun, Tim Andrew called from the small blind, and Sandeep Pulusani checked his option.
The flop came down and action checked to Arroyos who bet 2,000,000. Andrew check-raised all in for 8,125,000, Pulusani folded, and so did Arroyos.