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Informações do Nível
|Blinds||3,000,000 / 6,000,000|
Hand #45: Luis Vazquez raised to 5,500,000 from the button and the blinds folded.
Hand #46: Vazquez raised to 5,000,000 from the cutoff and Jeremy Perrin shoved for 21,000,000 in total from the big blind. Vazquez considered it for a while but then folded.
Hand #47: Renato Kaneoya raised to 2,200,000 from the under-the-gun position and Svetlozar Nestorov shoved for 20,400,000 from the button. Everyone folded quickly except Kaneoya. Kaneoya asked for a count and when the dealer confirmed the amount, Kaneoya folded.
Hand #44: Alexander Lakhov opened the action with a raise to 3.5 million and Luis Vazquez in the small blind three-bet to 10.8 million. Lakhov then shoved for more than 30 million and Vazquez called instantly with the superior stack.
Lakhov was dominated and the left him in need of running spades or sixes to avoid elimination. The turn brought some hope, but a blank on the river ended Lakhov's run in 5th place for $69,571.
Hand #41: Renato Kaneoya raised to 3.2 million on the button and claimed the blinds and antes.
Hand #42: Luis Vazquez raised to 4.1 million first to act and found no resistance.
Hand #43: Jeremy Perrin moved all in from the button for just over 10 big blinds and scooped the blinds and antes.
Hand #37: Alexander Lakhov got a walk.
Hand #38; Jeremy Perrin shoved from the button.
Hand #39: Lakhov raised to 3,500,000 from the button and Renato Kaneoya called in the big blind. The flop came on which they both checked to the on the turn. Kaneoya was counting out a small stack of chips over and over trying to decide what to bet. Lakhov just asked what he wanted to bet. Kaneoya announced his bet and Lakhov folded.
Hand #40: Luis Vazquez raised to 3,600,000 from the button and Svetlozar Nestorov called in the big blind. The flop came and Nestorov shoved for 8,000,000 in total. Vazquez called.
Nestorov flopped a pair of eights and those held all through the on the turn and the on the river for him to double up.
Hand #35: Alexander Lakhov moved all in for 17.9 million from early position and Kevin Rines quickly called out of the big blind with two antes more.
"Just stay clear for me this time," Rines asked in table chat. However, the board of improved Lakhov to a set on the turn and a full house on the river to let the Russian double.
Hand #36: One hand later, Rines was forced all in from the small blind for his last 200,000 after having posted the ante. Lakhov made it 3.3 million to go first to act and all opponents folded to created the following showdown:
While Rines had two live cards, the flop all but sealed his fate and the turn left him drawing dead, making the river a formality. Rines was eliminated in 6th place for $53,751 and Lakhov jumped back to an average stack.
Hand #30: Renato Kaneoya open-jammed from the cutoff and the rest all folded.
Hand #31: A walk for Alexander Lakhov.
Hand #32: Kaneoya raised to 3,200,000 from the under-the-gun position and was called by Luis Vazquez in the big blind. The flop came , Vazquez check-called the 4,000,000 bet of Kaneoya. They both checked through the on the turn and the on the river.
Hand #33: Vazquez completed his small blind and Kaneoya opted to check. The flop came and Vazquez check-folded to Kaneoya's bet of 2,000,0000.
Hand #34: Kaneoya pushed all in from the small blind and Svetlozar Nestorov folded his big blind.
Hand #29: Lawrence Chan moved all in for 7.4 million and Kevin Rines in the big blind called.
The board came and Rines got there on the river to send Chan to the rail in 7th place for $41,593.
Hand #27: First to act, Svetlozar Nestorov moved all in for around 16 million and claimed the blinds and antes.
Hand #28: Renato Kaneoya moved all in from the small blind and claimed the big blind of Nestorov and the antes.