|Блайндове||25,000 / 50,000|
Danny Wong opened to 85,000 and called a three-bet jam from Oskar Silow for a total of 285,000.
Silow was defeated when Wong went runner-runner to spike a rivered flush on a board and received $37,762 for his sixth-place finish.
Loren Klein raised to 90,000 from under the gun and Timothy Batow defended his big blind. The flop was and Batow lead out with a pot-sized bet of 200,000, nearly all of his remaining chips. Klein called in position to see the land on the turn.
Batow committed his last 50,000 and Klein called.
Batow's two pair were the underdog against Klein's nut flush, and the river brought no help.
The 2015 Dragonball Z TGC world champion and World of Warcraft TGC champion's run proved his merit in yet another cardgame, and he received $28,066 for his seventh-place finish.
Timothy Batow raised to 105,000 on the button. Loren Klein three-bet from the small blind and Batow called all in for 200,000 total.
The board ran out and Batow was the only one to pair up with his hole cards.
Oskar Silow opened from late position to 105,000, leaving only 65,000 behind. Loren Klein called on the button, as did Chun Law in the big blind.
The flop fanned out and Silow moved all in. Just Law called.
The board completed with and Silow made a backdoor flush to double up.
Chun Law raised to 75,000 from the cutoff. Sergej Barbarez three-bet to 270,000 on the button, more than half his stack. Law called and both players saw the flop appear.
Law checked, Barbarez put the rest in and Law snap-called.
Both players had flopped trip aces with Barbarez holding the lead with ace-king. The former professional soccer player improved to a full house with the on the turn. Law could still win by pairing one of his kickers and did so with the on the river.
Barbarez stood up from the table and held his hands against his head in disbelief. The German with Bosnian roots, who played 47 matches for the Bosnian national soccer team, will have to try another time to capture his first bracelet. He received $21,172 for his deep run.
Players are on a fifteen-minute break. The T$1,000 chips will be raced off during this break.