|Блайндове||20,000 / 40,000|
Bob Janssens opened under the gun plus one and picked up 3 callers: Raul van Boxtel (cutoff), Hael Al-Labani (small blind), and Dennis Lavrijsen (big blind).
All four of the checked and the on the turn was seen for free. The blinds checked again and Janssens bet 11,200. Van Boxtel called, Al-Labani check-raised to 31,000. Lavrijsen folded, Janssens and Van Boxtel called.
The completed the board and Al-Labani checked. Janssens shoved all in and Van Boxtel folded. Hael Al-Labani tanked for some time before eventually reluctantly calling.
Janssens showed and Al-Labani mucked. The dealer showed his cards anyway, as it was an all in and call situation: . Van Boxtel showed his and was happy to have folded.
We only got there on the river, but eventual winner Bob Janssens was kind enough to fill us in on the details of the hand after he was done stacking.
Krijn opened under the gun and a player in middle position called. Janssens over called from the big blind.
Janssens check-called a bet on as the player in middle position folded, check-called another bet on the turn and check-called all in for 69,500 on the river.
Janssens showed for the nuts and Krijn mucked.
Louis Salter got it in with up against the of Agshin Ahmadli. The board ran out and Salter departed, leaving behind his €1,000 bounty slip. Salter can either hop into the Omaha event currently ongoing, or rail his older brother who's playing the final table of the €1,500 event.
Raul van Boxtel opened the action with a raise to 4,500 from the hijack. The button called and so did big blind Wim Anne Wesselink.
The flop came and Wesselink checked. Van Boxtel bet 7,500 and the button folded, Wesselink called.
After the hit the turn, Wesselink lead for 11,000. Van Boxtel called.
The completed the board and Wesselink pushed to put the pressure on Van Boxtel. Van Boxtel wasn't impressed and called instantly with his . Wesselink showed and forked over 42,600.
From middle position, [Removed:155] opened for 4,500. Small blind Kimmo Kurko 3-bet to 15,000 and the big blind tossed his cards in the muck instantly. Brand elected to 4-bet to 23,500 and called Kurko's shove that followed.
The board ran out and Kurko uttered some words in Finnish to his (former) neighbor before leaving the tournament area.
We missed the preflop action and got there on a flop of as big blind Spel Sah Hwan was leading out for 4,800. The hijack folded and Kai Lehto shoved all in. Sah Hwan called almost instantly.
Spel Sah Hwan:
Lehto was drawing slim and got up from the table after the hit the turn. The on the river was of no importance anymore, Lehto departed.
Dennis Lavrijsen opened under the gun for 3,500 and Tonny Krijn, from the hijack, 3-bet to 9,000. Over on the button, 2016 MCOP Main Event winner Hakim Zoufri shoved for 34,000 putting his €1,000 bounty slip in first. The blinds and Lavrijsen folded, Krijn called.
The board ran out and Krijn busted Zoufri.
"Tony, Tonny, Tonny!" Zoufri said with a big smile as he walked away.
Krijn said he was committed, which was followed by some friendly banter at the table. Krijn, however, was the one stacking.