- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||400,000 / 800,000|
|Število preostalih igralcev||1|
Cherish Andrews shoved in her short stack in the hijack and Stephen Song isolated in the small blind.
The flop put Andrews ahead, and the turn improved her to a boat. A double for her looked imminent until the spiked the river to give Song the better boat as the table roared.
"So sick," Song said.
The two biggest stacks at the table got into it when Aleksandr Shevliakov opened in late position. Alex Kulev three-bet jammed in the small blind for 15,000,000 and Shevliakov called off with a stack of 10,000,000.
Shevliako was dominated by the ace-king of Kulev and didn't improve as the board ran out . Shevliako was eliminated in seventh place while Kulev picked up a huge pot that significantly boosted his chip lead.
Stephen Song jammed his 1.425 million stack in the small blind and Marc Lange called in the big blind.
The board ran out to give Song the pot on a fortunate river.
The remaining seven players have returned from dinner break.
The remaining seven players are on a one-hour dinner break. Action will presume at 8:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
Arturo Segura open-shoved for 1.3 million from early position, Aleksandr Shevliakov raised to 2.1 million from middle position, and Marc Lange jammed for 5.1 million from the cutoff. Alex Kulev tanked on the button but eventually folded, and Shevliakov also folded.
Segura needed help and the flop came . The turn gave him some more outs with a straight draw, and he converted that draw on the river.
"Yes!” Segura said as he gave a clap of his hands upon the unlikely win, which gave him more than triple his stack thanks to the dead money and the blinds.
Chris Moorman open-shoved a stack of around 3,500,000 from the small blind and Leo Margets in the big blind got a count before calling.
Moorman was dominated and couldn't pull ahead as the board ran out to send the British grinder out in eighth place.
Benjamin Underwood open-shoved in the small blind and Aleksandr Shevliakov called in the big blind .
Underwood was dominated and couldn't get there as the board ran out to send him out in ninth place.