Jack Effel is in the room and currently introducing the final table line up. The rail is full of spectators, and the cards will be back in the air in just a few more minutes.
Informacije o trenutnem nivoju
|Slepe stave||8,000 / 16,000|
The remaining nine players are now on a short break.
Official Final Table
Just a few hands into ten-handed play, Anthony Pons moved all in from middle position and received a call from Salvatore Bonavena in the big blind.
It was a classic race, but Pons needed to improve to stay alive. The Frenchman was on his feet to sweat the flop, which came down an unhelpful . The turn was of no consequence, and that meant Pons needed either an ace or queen on the river to stay alive. The dealer burned one last time and put out the , putting an end to Pons' deep run in tenth place and bringing us to the official final table.
The staff has momentarily paused the clock in order to race off the purple T500 chips.
The remaining ten players are now combining to one table. Here's how it stacks up:
Unofficial Final Table
Action folded around to Jamel Haddad in the small blind and he moved all in to put the pressure on the short-stacked Igor Kalinicenko in the big blind. Kalinicenko woke up with a monster and quickly called off.
While Kalinicenko had the best hand preflop, he didn't on the flop. Haddad had paired his four to take the lead, while the turn improved him to a full house. Kalinicenko needed a queen on the river to chop, but it was not meant to be as the peeled off on the river.
Joe Kuether got his stack of around 50,000 all in preflop and was in the worst possible shape against Remi Bollengier.
Kuether was up out of his seat and collecting his things in preparation for a quick exit, which came after the board ran out . Kuether made his way to the payout desk in 12th place to collect €9,423.