With ten players remaining and only nine in-the-money, the tournament is now playing hand-for-hand.
Once just nine players remain, they will redraw to one table and continue to play until six players remain.
The action folded around to Orpen Kisacikoglu in the small blind, who took a quick glance over at Paul Newey’s stack in the big blind, before he raised it up to 110,000. Newey moved all in for his remaining 54,000 before the cards were exposed.
Newey was unable to improve on his six-high, after the board ran out , ending his night in 11th place.
10,000 / 20,000
Big Blind Ante
Jamie Lee raised to 35,000 from the hijack and Mike Watson moved all in from the small blind for 88,000. Lee called.
The board ran out and Watson held on for a double.
Farid Jattin raised to 34,000 from the button. Michael O’Grady then moved all in for around 900,000 from the small blind. Sosia Jiang quickly folded her big blind. Jattin deliberated for a minute, using one of his time extensions, before making the call with 423,000 behind.
The board ran out , eventually awarding O’Grady the pot with the superior kicker, resulting in Jattin’s demise in 12th place.
Mike Watson shoved the button for 211,000 and Benjamin Shannon called all in from the big blind for 128,000.
The board ran out and Shannon scored the double.
Luc Greenwood shoved all in from the cutoff for 169,000 and Orpen Kisacikoglu called in the big blind.
The board ran out and Greenwood doubled through.
Michael O’Grady raised from the cutoff and was called by Andras Nemeth in the big blind.
The flop came and Nemeth check-called a continuation bet from O’Grady.
The turn brought the and O’Grady fired out another bet which was check-called by Nemeth.
The completed the board and Nemeth checked for a third time. O’Grady confidently announced “165,000” before sliding in the bet. Nemeth obliged with a call shortly after.
O’Grady tabled for a flush, and took down the large pot, after Nemeth mucked his hand.
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