- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||15,000 / 30,000|
All hands were raise-and-takes or walks.
Hand #13: Davidi Kitai raised to 32,000 and won the pot.
Hand #14: Cary Katz raised to 32,000 in late position and won the pot.
Hand #15: Kitai raised to 32,000 in the hijack seat, Eugene Katchalov defended his big blind, and the flop came . Katchalov quickly checked, Kitai continued for 28,000, and Katchalov called. The turn was the , Katchalov checked again, and Kitai tossed out another 55,000. Katchalov again called.
The completed the board, Katchalov checked a third and final time, and Kitai knuckled behind. Katchalov tabled for ace-high, but it was no good as Kitai showed the for a pair of kings.
Hand #7: Cary Katz opened to 32,000. Everyone folded.
Hand #8: Davidi Kitai raised it to 32,000. Everyone folded.
Hand #9: Dario Minieri raised to 32,000. Everyone folded.
Hand #10 Minieri raised to 32,000. Kristina Holst reraised to 118,000, and Minieri let it go.
Hand #11: Minieri raised to 32,000. Holst made the call from the button. Kitai also came along from the big blind. The flop came . Kitai checked, and Minieri bet 42,000. Holst folded, and Kitai gave Minieri a stare before calling. The turn came , and Kitai checked. Minieri fired 150,000 this time. Kitai came over the top all in, and Minieri folded.
Hand #12 Vincent Bartello raised to 32,000. Everyone else folded.
Hand #1: Eugene Katchalov raised to 32,000 in the cutoff, and won the hand.
Hand #2: Cary Katz raised to 32,000 in the small blind, Davidi Kitai defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned . Katz check-folded to a bet, and Kitai took down the pot.
Hand #3: Kitai completed from the small blind, Dario Minieri checked his option, and the flop came . Kitai led out for 18,000, Minieri called, and the turn brought the . Both players checked. The completed the board, the two checked again, and Minieri showed a to win with tens and sixes.
Hand #4: The action folded to Kitai, who raised to 30,000 on the button. Minieri three-bet to 108,000 out of the small blind, and Kitai folded.
Hand #5: Kitai raised to 32,000 in the cutoff and won the pot.
Hand #6: Kitai raised once again, this time to 32,000 in the hijack seat. Chris Johnson moved all in on the button, both blinds released, and Kitai snap-called.
Kitai held as the board rolled out , and Johnson was eliminated in ninth place.
Here is the official final table. The chip counts will be coming shortly after the players take a short break.
|3||Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier*||France||222,000|
*Denotes that the player is a bracelet winner.
Jesse Martin, who was the chipleader coming into Day 3, has been eliminated on the final table bubble.
Martin opened for pot (56,000) from under the gun, and action folded to Eugene Katchalov on the button. Katchalov repotted, and the blinds folded. Martin called off his last 30,000 or so.
The flop came , and it looked like we were heading for a chop. A turn brought a sweat for Martin, and a river meant Katchalov had made his backdoor flush, sending Martin to the rail.
Player have resumed play.