|Блайндове||60,000 / 120,000|
Action folded to Warren Wooldridge in the cutoff who went all in for 970,000. Max Lykov was in the big blind and called putting Wooldridge at risk.
Wooldridge's jacks were leading and the board ran out allowing him to double his stack.
Ren Ho Zhang raised to 145,000 from the cutoff and Stanislav Alekhin moved all in from the small blind for just over a million. Zhang thought for about a minute and called off his stack.
The board came and Zhang doubled to about 2 million while Alekhin dropped to just 30,000.
Alekhin managed to double up a hand later but soon after he was all in for 100,000 with against Zhang's . The board came a kingless to leave us with just five players.
Action folded to DJ MacKinnnon in middle position who moved all in for his last 740,000. Everyone got out of the way except for Max Lykov in the big blind who called.
MacKinnon's rail starting yelling for a queen to come and indeed that would be the card he would need to hit to stay alive. Unfortunately for MacKinnon the board ran out and he was eliminated in seventh place, good for a $90,604 payday.
Joshua Evans moved all in from UTG and Dror Michaelo made the call on the button.
The board came , Evans flopped a flush draw but couldn't catch the third diamond for redemption and instead went out in eighth.
Max Lykov raised to 125,000 from UTG and Sebastein Roy reraised all in next to him for about 700,000 or so. It was passed back to Lykov who wasted very little time in making the call.
The flop was and all was looking good for the Canadian but the on the turn meant any paint would send him home. The river was the and Lykov backdoored into the nuts to increase his chip lead even further.
Roy goes out in 9th, good for over $50,000.
After a flop of Max Lykov checked it over to Harald Olsen who bet 135,000. Lykov called and they saw the come on the turn. Lykov again check-called a bet from Olsen, this time for 300,000. When the came on the river Lykov checked a third time and Olsen announced he was all in for a little over 1,000,000. Lykov debated a bit before releasing his hand and Olsen scooped up the pot.
Sebastien Roy opened to 125,000 from middle position and Warren Wooldridge called in the big blind. Both players checked the flop and then the turn. Wooldridge led out for 125,000 on the river and Roy snap-called, flipping over but Wooldridge showed for aces to win the pot.