- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||125,000 / 250,000|
A 20-minute break for the remaining 5 players.
Hand #35: First to act, Adrien Allain opened for 300,000 with and he took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #36: Asan Umarov requested the red all in triangle with . His 1,960,000 shove wasn't called by anyone, and Umarov took down the blinds and antes. Big blind Adrien Allain folded .
"King jack must call" said Umarov.
Hand #37: Pierre Calamusa opened on the button to 275,000 and he found no resistance, taking down the blinds and antes.
Hand #38: First to act, Jimmy Guerrero got and raised to 250,000. On the button, Adrien Allain three-bet to 675,000 and both blinds folded.
"How much you play?" Guerrero asked.
Guerrero called as soon as he got the answer.
The flop came and Guerrero check called 500,000 to grow the pot to 2,630,000.
The on the turn didn't do anything and Guerrero check folded to Allain's 1 million bet.
Hand #39: Cutoff Adrien Allain went for it again, raising to 300,000. Asan Umarov shoved for 2,060,000 with from the small blind and both the big blind and Allain folded.
Hand #40: Jan Bendik, who had been quiet for some time, raised to 225,000 holding in the cutoff. Small blind Jimmy Guerrero had just the showing and three-bet to 750,000. Calamusa folded his in the big blind and action was back on Bendik. He too folded and Guerrero won the last hand before the break.
Hand #31: Asan Umarov moved all in with the , picking up the blinds and antes.
Hand #32: Jimmy Guerrero calls with the . Pierre Calamusa makes it 365,000 with the and forces folds all around.
Hand #33: Adrien Allain raises the button to 300,000 with the , picking up the blinds and antes.
Hand #34: Adrien Allain made it 300,000 with the . Jimmy Guerrero had the in the big blind, three-betting to 850,000. Allain took his time about it, but eventually four-bet to 1.8 million.
Guerrero played it safe and just called. The flop came and Guerrero checked. Allain continued for 1,500,000 and Guerrero called. The turn brought the and after a Guerrero check, Allain checked behind. The river was the and Guerrero checked again.
Allain shoved the river with nine-high and Guerrero tanked for an eternity before someone called for time. Guerrero's hand was declared dead after a 60 second clock and Allain showed the bluff, taking the lead.
Hand #27: Cutoff Jimmy Guerrero opened for 250,000 and he took down the blinds and antes with .
Hand #28: Guerrero made it 250,000 with and once again he found no resistance.
Hand #29: From the cutoff, Adrien Allain opened for 275,000 with and he took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #30: Action folded to Jimmy Guerrero in the small blind and he limped in with . Pierre Calamusa checked his and flopped good on . Guerrero bet 175,000 and Calamusa called.
The hit the turn, making things even better for Calamusa, while Guerrero picked up a straight draw. Guerrero checked, and folded to Calamusa's 220,000 bet.
Hand #22: Jimmy Guerrero made it 250,000 with the and Adrien Allain defended his big blind with the . The flop saw them both check to the turn. They checked again and the river was the . Allain checked and Guerrero bet 325,000. Allain folded and Guerrero moved up close to 15 million in chips.
Hand #23: Asan Umarov bet 1,000,000 under the gun with the . Jimmy Guerrero woke up with the and exchanged pleasantries before folding. The rest folded as well, and Umarov picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #24: Pierre Calamusa made it 250,000 with the , picking up the blinds and antes.
Hand #25: Adrien Allain raised to 275,000 with the . picking up the blinds and antes.
Hand #26: Jan Bendik made it 275,000 with the and Jimmy Guerrero woke up with the in the small blind, but folded. Pierre Calamusa three-bet his big blind with the , making it 800,000. Bendik shoved and Calamusa folded.
Hand #20: Cutoff Adrien Allain raised his to 275,000 and Asan Umariov pushed for 1,030,000 with . Allain called instantly.
The flop of just about sealed it, the on the turn made things official. The completed the board and Umarov doubled to 2,280,000 while Allain dropped down to 9,980,000.
Hand #21: First to act, Adrien Allain made it 120,000 with . Jimmy Guerrero called from the small blind with his and Calamusa folded his big blind.
The flop came and Guerrero checked with his flush draw. Allain bet 175,000 into 770,000 and Guerrero called, growing the pot to 1,120,000. The on the turn made Guerrero the nuts and he checked again. Allain checked behind.
The on the river did nothing for either and Guerrero checked again. Allain bet 450,000 and Guerrero check raised to 1.7 million. Allain folded after some tanking.
Hand #19: Pierre Calamusa made it 240,000 with the and Jan Bendik called with the .
Asan Umarov came along for the ride with the and they went three ways to a flop. It checked to Calamusa and he bet 300,000. Bendik called with trips and then led the turn for 500,000. Calamusa shoved and Bendik snap-called.
It looked like it was all over for Calamusa, but the river was gthe two outer he needed to double.
"That's why I'm the best," Calamusa said, before collecting the pot.
Hand #16: Action folded to Jimmy Guerrero in the small blind and he limped in with . Big blind Pierre Calamusa checked his . The flop came and Guerrero bet 175,000 into 340,000. Calamusa called.
The on the turn saw Guerrero ask how much his neighbor had behind. He then bet 375,000 into 690,000 and Calamusa folded.
Hand #17: Action folded to Pierre Calamusa in the small blind and he shoved all for 1,540,000. Big blind Adrien Allain folded his queen-deuce.
Hand #18: Pierre Calamusa shoved 1,740,000 with on the button. Big blind Jan Bendik called instantly with .
The flop came , giving Calamusa a flush draw. The on the turn brought some chop outs, and the on the river did exactly that. Split pot
Hand #14: Oren Rosen jammed the button with the and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #15: Oren Rosen woke up with the in the cutoff and pushed in again. Jan Bendik had the on the button and reshoved. The rest folded and after a run out, Oren Rosen hit the rail sixth.