|Блайндове||50,000 / 100,000|
Ronald Keijzer made it 200,000 on the button and Romain Lewis countered with a three-bet of 680,000 in the small blind. Keijzer called and they checked down the flop and turn of the board. Lewis then fired 1,100,000 on the river and Keijzer tanked for a bit before finally giving up, much to the amusement of the French player's rail.
Ronald Keijzer completed the small blind and Romain Lewis checked his option.
The flop came and Keijzer bet 100,000. Lewis raised to 325,000 and Keijzer called.
Both players checked the turn and river. Lewis flipped over for queens and sevens, and his hand was good enough to win the pot.
Scott Bohlman limped from the big blind and all three players saw the flop land for cheap. Bohlman bet 150,000 in position and both Ronald Keijzer and Romain Lewis called to see the turn.
The action was checked to Bohlman again and he tossed in 300,000. Only Keijzer called this time as Lewis laid his hand down. The river saw a check from Keijzer and Bohlman took about a minute to figure out his bet-sizing. Then he placed in a bet of 700,000. Keijzer spent around two minutes thinking about the hand and then threw in calling chips.
"Full house," Bohlman announced and opened for tens full. Keijzer mucked and Bohlman took down a sizeable pot to vault into the chip lead.
Scott Bohlman limped the button, Ronald Keijzer completed the small blind, and Romain Lewis checked his option.
The flop fell and Keijzer checked. Lewis bet 225,000, and after some thought, Bohlman raised to 600,000. Both of his opponents folded in short order and he took the pot.
[Removed:321] Abedi potted under the gun and big blind Ronald Keijzer checked Abedi's stack before calling the 280,000-raise.
They got the rest of the chips to the middle on the flop with Abedi having only 500,000 or so.
Keijzer was ahead with a top pair but Abedi spiked some extra outs on the turn which gave him a flush draw. The river, however, bricked out and the sealed Abedi's fate as he walked away with the $137,954 fourth-place prize.
Romain Lewis raised to 250,000 from under the gun and Ronald Keijzer called from the small blind.
The flop came and both players checked.
The turn brought the and Keijzer bet 375,000. Lewis called.
The fell on the river and Keijzer announced a pot-sized bet. After verifying that it was 1.33 million, Lewis called.
Keijzer tabled and Lewis showed to for a set of jacks. The dealer pushed the pot to Lewis and he moved into the chip lead.
Players are in the midst of a 15-minute break.