Following a raise to 3,500, Martin Zamani three-bet to 15,000 from the button before Jordan Cristos shoved for 155,000 from the small blind. The initial raiser folded, and Zamani called all-in for roughly 85,000. Zamani: [JsJc] Cristos: [QhQd] The board ran out [Ts2s3c7d8d] and Zamani was eliminated.
With the board reading [5sKh7s3h] Martin Zamani moved all-in for his last 35,000. Jeremy Ausmus made the call and tabled [Ks4s] for top pair with a flush draw. Zamani tabled [9h6h] for flush and straight draws. The river [2d] was no help and Zamani was eliminated.
With roughly 45,000 in the middle and the flop reading [KdAh8s], Martin Zamani bet out 23,000 from the big blind. Johan Guilbert called next to act, before Fred Lopez folded in late position. The turn landed the [3s] and Zamani bet 30,000. Guilbert called all-in for 24,500 and tabled his
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Martin Zamani raised to 3.5 million from under the gun, Adrian Mateos three-bet to 10.5 million from the cutoff, Zamani four-bet all in for about 51.5 million and Mateos called. Zamani: [8h8c] Mateos: [AsKd] The board came down [6h4h5cAdJs], giving Mateos a pair of aces to eliminate Zamani in 18th place.
Scott Wellenbach raised to 3 million from under the gun and Martin Zamani called in the big blind. The flop landed [7s2sKs] and Zamani checked. Wellenbach bet 3.5 million and Zamani called before both players checked the [2c] on the turn. The river landed the [4d] and Zamani announced 10 million. Wellenbach
Oskar Prehm moved all-in from under the gun for around 10 million and after a few folds, Martin Zamani re-shoved from the cutoff. The button and blinds folded to see a flip - as Prehm held [Ah8c] to [6d6s]. The short stack whiffed on the [9d5c3h] flop and the [Jd]
Martin Zamani raised all in from the small blind and Michal Bochenski called all in from the big blind for 13,600,000. Zamani: [As8s] Bochenski: [AhAc] The board ran out [6hTsJhTc2s], safe for Bochenski to double up.
Giuseppe Carbone limped in from the small blind and Martin Zamani checked his option in the big blind. The flop landed [KhKcJc], and Carbone check-called a bet of 800,000 as the turn fell the [5s]. Both players checked, and when the river landed the [Td], Carbone bet 2,000,000 and Zamani folded.
Mustafa Kanit moved all-in for his final 600,000 - the size of the small blind - from the cutoff and the table folded to Martin Zamani in the big blind. Zamani tabled [9c9d] and said, "How are we flipping?" when Kanit turned over [JsTs]. The [Kd7s6h] flop didn't help the short stack,