Informações do Nível
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
Jesse Vilchez open-jammed for 430,000 on the button and Fernando Brito called on the button.
The board ran out and Vilchez was eliminated in third place.
Jesse Vilchez raised to 90,000 on the button and Jordan Polk flatted in the small blind. The flop came down and the players stuffed their chips in as Vilchez continued for 105,000. Polk potted and called for 1,695,000 million when Vilchez shoved.
Polk flopped a set while Vilchez had the nut-flush draw and aces. The turn gave Polk a full house and Vilchez could only win with an ace on the river. He didn't get one as the catapulted Polk to a gigantic chip lead.
Dan Matsuzuki shoved under the gun for 470,000 and was put at risk by Jordan Polk in the small blind.
The board ran out in favor of Polk, fanning , and Matsuzuki departed in fourth place.
Dan Matsuzuki completed in the small blind and Jesse Vilchez made it 110,000 in the big. Matsuzuki called and then called a 95,000-bet on the flop before they both checked the turn. The river brought a third spade on the felt as the landed and Matsuzuki checked one more time. Vilchez cut out a bet of 275,000 and Matsuzuki called.
"Flush," Vilchez said, showing for the nuts. Matsuzuki briefly flashed and mucked the rest of his hand.
Players are on a 60-minute dinner break.
Fernando Brito opened to 65,000 under the gun and Dan Matsuzuki three-bet to 190,000 in the small blind. Jesse Vilchez then slid out a cold four-bet worth 380,000 and showed the when all three opponents folded.
From big blind, Jordan Polk called a 70,000-raise from Dan Matsuzuki on the button. Matsuzuki checked back on and Polk led out 50,000 on turn. Matsuzuki, however, tossed in 125,000 and Polk called the raise. The river filled a backdoor flush draw and Polk checked to his opponent. Matsuzuki fired 185,000 and Polk released his hand after a brief thought.
Jordan Polk moved all in for 308,000 under the gun and Dan Matsuzuki put him at risk out of the small blind.
The board ran out and Polk doubled up.