The three players have struck a deal. The figures are just being double checked, as soon as they are confirmed we will bring you the full details.
|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
The three surviving players are back at the table but play has not resumed because the are discussing a deal.
They have been told they must leave 10% of the remaining prize pool (€165,500) for the eventual winner. David Boyaciyan has asked for more money that what the trio have discussed, Sotirios Koutoupas has offered Boyaciyan €10,000 to take the deal but Boyaciyan does not seem to be budging.
Ramzi Jelassi has just told his opponents that he is the favorite to win, but he does not want to play with over €200,000 on the line, which is the difference between third and second.
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The players are on a 15-minute break.
Ben Warrington has been eliminated n the last hand of Level 30.
Sotirios Koutoupas opened to 210,000 under the gun, then called when Warrington three-bet all-in for 1,815,000 in total. Warrington turned over and was in a coinflip against his Greek opponent's red threes.
The flop kept the threes in front and the turn locked up the hand for Koutoupas. The meaningless was the river card and Warrington's exit was confirmed.
We've seen a lot of three-betting and four-betting this level but not much five-betting. That just changed and it was the two shortest stacks duelling.
Ben Warrington opened to 210,000 from under the gun before David Boyaciyan three-bet to 580,000 from the small blind. The action was back on the Brit and he click-four-bet it up to 850,000. He was forced to concede defeat and fold though after Boyaciyan five-bet to 1,600,000.
Ben Warrington is back up to 37 big blinds thanks to a four-bet that went uncalled.
David Boyaciyan opened to 200,000 on the button, Ramzi Jelassi three-bet to 550,000 in the small blind and Warrington four-bet all in for 2,925,000. Boyaciyan quickly folded and Jelassi followed suit, showing the as he folded.
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Ramzi Jelassi's early level blip is well and truly over. He's back in the chip lead after taking a really big chunk out of David Boyaciyan.
Jelassi three-bet to 500,000 after Boyaciyan opened to 200,000. The Dutchman called and both players checked all the way to the river of the board.
It was at that juncture that Boyacin bet 400,000 and he called quickly when Jelassi raised to 1,175,000.
Jelassi opened for a full house and a disappointed looking Boyaciyan mucked his hand.