After two doubles on Table 3, there were two more on Table 2.
They happened in quick succession and were of the pre-flop variety, starting with Koray Aldemir and Anson Tsang.
Aldemir was all-in for his tournament life with against Tsang’s .
The German got closer to a double after the flop and it was confirmed after the fell on the turn. The completed the board and Aldemir stacked up close to double the starting stack after entering during the last break.
Tsang was left with just over 30,000 and Ludovic Geilich was left even shorter after his clash with Xiao Yang Luo.
Action was picked up a few hands after Aldemir’s double, with Luo opening the button to 15,000.
Geilich, who was in the small blind, shoved for just under 240,000. The big blind folded and Luo asked for a count before asking Geilich if he had a pair.
There was no response from the partypoker pro, but there was a call from Luo. He turned over and was in great shape against .
The board ran out and the bigger pocket pair held in one of the biggest pots of the night. Luo’s effective stack weighed in at 216,000 and he’s now near the chip lead.
Shortly after those doubles, Morten Klein was eliminated on Table 3.
|Xiao Yang Luo||435,000||250,000|