|Блайндове||120,000 / 240,000|
Hand #20: Jean-Robert Bellande raised to 125,000 under the gun and Tay Nguyen called from the big blind to see a flop. Nguyen check-called a bet of 60,000 and the appeared on the turn. Nguyen checked, Bellande bet 200,000, and Nguyen just called. When the completed the board on the river, Nguyen checked and Bellande bet 250,000.
Nguyen called and Bellande simply said, "I've got it." He then tabled the and Nguyen mucked, dropping to 300,000 in the process.
Hand #21: Dean Lyall raised to 135,000 under the gun and Bellande called from the big blind to see an flop, which they both checked. Bellande then bet 100,000 on the turn Lyall called to see the river. Bellande bet 125,000 and Lyall folded.
Hand #22: Andrew Graham raised to 125,000 under the gun and Lyall defended his big blind to see a flop. Both players checked and the paired the board on the turn. Lyall checked and then called when Graham bet 125,000. When the completed the board on the river both players checked and Lyall tabled for the win.
Hand #23: Nguyen moved all in under the gun for 240,000 and Graham called from the big blind.
Nguyen was ahead but not after the flop gave Graham trip sixes. Nguyen was drawing to runner-runner and the turn kept his hopes alive. He managed to get there too when the spiked on the river.
Hand #24: Bellande raised to 125,000 under the gun and Lyall called the button. Both blinds folded and the flop came down . Bellande led out for 100,000, Lyall called, and the appeared on the turn. Bellande check-called a bet of 280,000 before action went check-check on the river, a card we didn't catch.
"Ace," Bellande claimed but wouldn't show. He then mucked and Lyall was able to win the pot. "I was claiming an ace," Bellande clarified. "I may not have had that."
Hand #15: Jean-Robert Bellande opened the cutoff for 125,000 and he took down the big blind and antes. There was no small blind this hand.
Hand #16: Dean Lyall opened the cutoff/button for 150,000 and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #17: Andrew Graham raised the button to 125,000 and big blind Jean-Robert Bellande called. The two checked the fop and turn before Bellande bet 275,000 on the river. Graham folded.
Hand #18: Tay Nguyen opened the button for 140,000 but folded to Bellande's small blind 400,000 three-bet.
Hand #19: Bellande opened for 125,000 from the button and small blind Dean Lyall called. Lyall check-called 100,000 on , 225,000 on the turn, and another 525,000 on the river. Bellande showed and Lyall mucked.
"That was a big one!" Bellande told his rail in a quiet voice.
Hand #14: Andrew Graham raised to 150,000 under the gun and Eric Blair defended his big blind to see a flop. Blair checked and called a bet of 250,000 from Graham, which brought about the turn. Blair checked, Graham moved all in, and Blair leaned back in his chair. He had 870,000 back, double checked his cards, and called off.
Blair had a kicker problem and was looking to simply chop the pot. The river was no help and just like that he was sent out the door in fifth place.
Hand #13: Jean-Robert Bellande limped the small blind and Dean Lyall checked his option from the big to see a flop. Bellande bet 100,000, Lyall called, and the appeared on the turn. Bellande bet 275,000 and Lyall gave it up.
Hand #12: Kacper Pyzara's day has gone from bad to worse with nothing working for him today.
Action folded to him in the small blind and he shoved for 515,000. Big blind Jean-Robert Bellande didn't need much time committing chips.
The flop of gave Pyzara a glimmer of hope but the on the turn ended all of that. The on the river was inconsequential and Pyzara exited in sixth place for $85,570.
The remaining five players are now guaranteed $120,570.
Hand #6: Andrew Graham raised to 125,000 from the button and Tay Nguyen moved all in for 1.22 million from the small blind. Graham folded.
Hand #7: Graham opened for 125,000 from the cutoff and Nguyen flatted the button. Jean-Robert Bellande called from the big blind and three players went to the flop. Bellande checked, Graham bet 175,000, and Nguyen folded. Bellande called and the appeared on the turn.
Bellande checked, Graham did the same, and the paired the board on the river. Bellande checked for the third time and Graham thought long and hard before betting 425,000. Bellande called and Graham tabled the . It was good as Bellande mucked.
Hand #8: Bellande raised to 150,000 from the small blind and Dean Lyall folded the big.
Hand #9: Lyall limped the small blind and Eric Blair exercised his option in the big with a raise to 165,000. Lyall called the additional 105,000 and the flop came down . Lyall checked and folded when Blair bet 110,000.
Hand #10: Kacper Pyzara raised to 175,000 from the hijack and Lyall called from the button. Graham came along from the big blind and it was three-way action to the flop. Graham checked, Pyzara bet 225,000, and only Lyall called to see the turn.
Pyzara bet 475,000, Lyall called, and the completed the board on the river. Pyzara bet 1.1 million and Lyall called. Pyzara sheepishly showed the and Lyall rolled over the for two pair and the win.
Hand #11: Dean Lyall raised to 135,000 and big blind Kacper Pyzara called. Pyzara check-folded to a 100,000-bet on .
Hand #1: From the small blind, Kacper Pyzara limped in. Big blind Jean-Robert Bellande checked his option. The flop came and Pyzara bet 60,000. Bellande called.
Pyzara checked on the turn and Bellande bet 100,000. Pyzara called. Both checked the on the river and Bellande took it down with . Pyzara showed .
Hand #2: Dean Lyall received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #3: Tay Nguyen raised to 150,000 but folded to the three-bet to 415,000 by his neighbor Pyzara.
Hand #4: Dean Lyall opened the button for 150,000 but folded to Andrew Graham's big blind three-bet to 480,000.
Hand #5: Pyzara opened under the gun for 145,000 and took down the blinds and antes.
The final six players have taken their seats and production is ready. Cards are back in the air!