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In his third final table of the series so far, Jarryd Godena finally got over the hump inside the Crown Poker Room on Sunday, taking down the 2016 Aussie Millions Event #21: $5,000 Six-Max No-Limit Hold'em title.
Godena earned $121,070 in prize money an an LK Boutique Aussie Millions championship ring, ultimately defeating a field of 92 entries.
A total of 19 players returned Sunday to battle it out for the title with 11 spots paid. The money bubble broke when 2016 Aussie Millions standout Michael Seymour busted out and before long, fellow Aussie Jason Pritchard joined him on the rail, bubbling the final table.
The final seven started with 2014 Aussie Millions Main Event champ Ami Barer holding a big lead and fellow Canadian and start-of-day chip leader Benjamin Leblond short.
Leblond would soon get jacks cracked by Jack Salter to finish seventh, but Salter didn't last much longer, getting it in with a weak ace against Barer's queen-high and going broke when Barer paired.
Stevan Chew busted fifth to Barer, getting flushed out when they both got it in with ace-seven. Barer then appeared to be running away with it until he doubled Jarryd Godena, allowing him to push slightly ahead.
Within minutes of Godena leapfrogging Barer, he ran sevens into Godena's jacks in a huge pot to say goodbye fourth and gove Godena a big lead.
George Zisimopoulos busted Brian Yoon third to send himself into a heads-up match with Godenas trailing only slightly. However, it was Godena's day, and although he grinded down and doubled up Zisimopoulos twice, the third time proved the charm, allowing him to win the $5,000 Six-Max crown.
Jarryd Godena raised to 60,000 from the small blind, George Zisimopoulos moved all-in from the big blind and Godena made the call.
The flop came giving Godena two pair. Zisimopoulos would need to catch running sixes to win, or running deuces to chop the pot. The turn card gave him some hope for the chop, but the sealed the deal.
Jarryd Godena open-shoved from the small blind and George Zisimopoulos made the call.
The board ran out and George Zisimopoulos doubled up.
Both players are playing small ball poker. It's bet, raise, c-bet the flop, take it down.
Jarryd Godena has edged his chip lead a little wider.
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After some small action hands, George Zisimopoulos clawed back some chips and managed to get in the lead. In back-to-back hands just now, Jarryd Godena doubled up, then George Zisimopoulos did the same right after.
In the first hand, they got it all-in with Godena holding Kings against Zisimopoulos' pocket eights. No help from the board saw Godena double through.
The next hand saw the chips go in on a flop of with Godena holding and Zisimopoulos holding . The turn and river bricked out and George Zisimopoulos doubled through.
George Zisimopoulos limped in from the small blind, Jarryd Godena raised to 40,000 and Zisimopoulos moved all-in for 430,000. Godena made the call and the cards were tabled.
The flop was gin for Zisimopoulos, flopping a set, but the on the turn gave him a sweat for the flush draw. The hit the river and George Zisimopoulos doubled up.
After a few back and forth swings, Jarryd Godena has just taken an almost 3-1 chip lead in this event.
George Zisimopoulos raised to 50,000 from the small blind and Godena made the call. The flop came and Godena checked. Zisimopoulos bet 45,000 and Godena made the call. The turn card was the and Godena checked again. Zisimopoulos bet out 108000 and Godena check raised all-in, to which George Zisimopoulos quickly folded.