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Orpen Kisacikoglu limped the first to act and Netanel Amedi did so from one seat over with the . Rob Yong shoved with the for 3,750,000 and Besim Hot folded a king-jack suited, Kisacikoglu folded and Amedi called.
Amedi flopped best on but the turn restored the preflop order. The followed on the river and Yong doubled to nearly close the gap to Jonathan Depa.
Thai Ha limped in with in the cutoff and Besim Hot in the cutoff called with the . On a flop, Ha continued for 400,000 and Hot made the call to see the on the turn. Ha fired a second bet of 1,600,000 and Hot folded.
Netanel Amedi raised to 1,100,000 with and Orpen Kisacikoglu called with the . Amedi flopped the second pair on and that won the pot.
Rob Yong then moved all in with the and picked up a million in chips.
Amedi then shoved with queen-ten into the pocket tens of Jonathan Depa and got through with it.
Besim Hot opened to 800,000 with the and Jonathan Depa called with the , as did Siamak Tooran with .
The flop came and a bet by Tooran with his trips tens won the pot.
The action of the final day was supposed to kick off at 2 p.m. local time but the cards went in the air close to 3 p.m. local time. The live stream will be delayed by at least half an hour, and the PokerNews updates will be published accordingly.
Another champion will be crowned today in Europe's biggest poker arena at the King's Casino and Resort in Rozvadov as Event #6: €25,500 Short Deck High Roller No-Limit Hold'em will come to a conclusion. Out of a big field of 111 entries, only seven players remain to battle for the lion's share of the €2,636,250 prize pool and the coveted gold bracelet that comes with it.
High Roller regular Orpen Kisacikoglu snatched the lead in the final levels of the night and bagged up 22,925,000, but hot on his heels are three other players just a few antes behind in Netanel Amedi (22,300,000), Besim Hot (21,600,000) and Siamak Tooran (20,925,000).
Furthermore, Jonathan Depa (12,925,000), Thai Ha (6,275,000) and Dusk Till Dawn's Rob Yong (3,700,000) all made the cut for the final day and will need to spin up their shorter stacks. Ha finished second in Event #8 $10,000 Short Deck No Limit Hold'em earlier this year in Las Vegas.
There are 17 minutes left in level 20, which features an ante of 150,000 and a button double ante of 300,000.
|1||Jonathan Depa||United States||12,925,000||86|
|5||Rob Yong||United Kingdom||3,700,000||25|
|6||Thai Ha||United States||6,275,000||42|
Victory in the second-ever WSOP Short Deck bracelet event comes with a payday of €740,992 and the seven finalists are guaranteed €88,128 for their efforts so far. The action will be streamed on a delay of one hour on PokerGo and the PokerNews team updates will be published according to the live stream until a champion has been crowned.
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