Antonis Poulengeris opened to 500, Ryan Spittles defended from the small blind and Dermot Blain folded his big blind. The flop was . Spittles checked and called a bet of 800 from Poulengeris. The both checked the turn and saw a river card . Spittles took the lead and bet 1,125 and Poulengeris gave it up. After a brief chat with your PokerNews reporter about how much he was enjoying the whole Eureka Poker Festival in Prague, apart from Blain sat to his left beating up on him, and very much hoped to see us at the PCA, he was quickly back in action.
Spittles raised to 500 and got one caller in Latvian PokerStars player Dmitrijs Meless. A flop of and checked to Spittles who bet 650 and was called. They checked down the turn and river and the of Meless was good enough.