Anton Suarez came to Dusk Till Dawn in Nottingham to play some cash games, having heard how great the action can be during a tournament week like the partypoker MILLIONS UK. But, as he was a bit early, no games of his interest ran and so he joined a $500
A monster three-way all in has busted two players in the same hand on the live stream, forming the final table with a bang. Button Jamie O'Connor picked up [acts] and after a wee think, bet 10,000,000 (just over half his remaining chiops). Small blind Christian Rudolph (42 million chips) and
Five-handed, it folded to Anton Suarez on the button, who raised to 3,500,000 with [ahkh]. Over to big blind Jamie O'Connor, who looked down at [asqc] and moved all-in, for 44,200,000. Suarez called, and the bad news was face-up for O'Connor to see as the board ran out [ks5d4h6d9d].
The $10,300 MILLIONS UK Main Event will crown its champion today at Dusk Till Dawn, awarding one of 12 Day 3 survivors the trophy and $1,000,000 top prize. Yesterday saw 76 in-the-money players fight over nine hour-long levels to secure a place in the final day, all paid a minimum
Day 3 of the $10,300 partypoker MILLIONS UK Main Event saw 76 in-the-money players from both the live and online arenas convene at Dusk Till Dawn. They had the goal to play towards a final table and a shot at the 2020 title and $1,000,000 first prize that comes with
Day 3 is a wrap! Tomorrow's final day will see these dozen players, led (just) by James Romero, return to play to the final table and beyond from noon (live stream and updates commencing at 1pm). One of them will become the 2020 MILLIONS UK $10,300 Main Event champion, winning $1,000,000
In the last hand of the night, Christian Rudolph opened for 2.1 million under the gun. Anton Suarez called from the cutoff and Jamie O'Connor called from the big blind. O'Connor checked on [3d5h3c] and saw initial-raiser Rudolph check as well. Suarez bet 2.5 million and O'Connor check-raised to 7 million.
Patrick Leonard, who played his way to Day 3 online, has just been eliminated. The partypoker pro started the hand with around 18 million and got it in against Jamie O'Connor. Patrick Leonard: [8c8d] Jamie O'Connor: [AsQd] The bpard ran out [Qh7c7s] [2s] [7d] and that was the end of it for Leonard. Down
Daniel Ondejka got the last of his chips in with [As4s] up against the [KhKc] of his neighbor Jamie O'Connor. With the board reading [4h7h6c] [Tc] [2d], Ondejka never got much help to survive.
Patrick Leonard opened the hijack for 1.2 million and Jamie O'Connor in the big blind called. O'Connor check-called a bet of 650,000 on [9d8h3s] before they both checked the [Kc] on the turn. The [8s] on the river saw O'Connor bet out 3 million and Leonard called after using a time