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|Блайндове||60,000 / 120,000|
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Philip Meulyzer has just shipped half of his stack to Bradley Lipsey and here he is getting it back from Joey Weissman. Meulyzer moved all-in from first position and Weissman also moved all-in from the button. Both blinds folded and we had a flip with Meulyzer at risk of elimination.
The flop was prompting a huge cheer from the American side of the rail, but the was met with grunts and groans. The hit the river and Meulyzer had doubled up.
Joey Weissman raised from the small blind and Jeremy Quehen called in the big. The action checked through to the turn on a board of and Weissman check-called a 125,000 Quehen bet. The river card was the and Weissman tank-folded to a 225,000 Quehen bet.
Philip Meulyzer raised it up from the button and Bradley Lipsey moved all in from the small blind. Meulyzer made the call and cards were exposed.
The board came and with a pair of sevens Lipsey doubled up.
Bradley Lipsey moved all-in from the cutoff and won the blinds and antes. Then Joey Weissman raised to 100,000 in first position, Philip Meulyzer moved all-in from the small blind and Weissman folded.
Bradley Lipsey has been reduced to a shove and fold strategy after losing this critical pot to - yes you've guessed it - Joey Weissman.
The action folded around to Lipsey in the small blind who raised to 105,000 and Weissman called in the big. The action checked through to the turn on a board of and Lipsey check-called a 105,000 Weissman bet. The fifth and final card was the and once again the action was check-call, this time for 220,000. Weissman turned over and Lipsey mucked his cards unseen.
Philip Meulyzer moved all in from the button and managed to find a caller in Jeremy Quehen in the big blind. Meulyzer only had about 620,000 and would be the one at risk during the hand.
The board came and with the queen on the flop Meulyzer's pair was the best and he was awarded the double up.
We have lost the man with the snake skin boots. Here is how.
Fernando Brito had moved all-in three-times in a row and each time he had tabled monsters. Then in the fourth hand he raised to 140,000 from the cutoff and Joe Gualtieri moved all-in for 575,000 in the small blind. Brito called and we had a flip with Gualtieri at risk.
The flop was and the Brazilians on the rail went berserk. The turn and river just brought even more noise, and finally, with the exit of Gualtieri, this final table creates some atmosphere.
The last three hands have consisted of Joey Weissman raising to 100,000 and Fernando Brito moving all in over the top. The table then folds back to Weissman who quickly mucks.