|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Pierre Neuville made it 175,000 to go fro the button and Jedlicka agreed with that price. Both players checked the flop, before Neuville went for the delayed continuation-bet on the turn. Jedlicka called.
River was the , and when checked to a third time, Neuville cut out 600,000 of his stack and put them over the line. That was too steep of a price for Jedlicka, and his hand hit the muck.
The stacks are now pretty much back to where the heads up battle started 2,5 hours ago.
Stefan Jedlicka continued his limping and Pierre Neuville twice then raised without getting looked up.
Then, Neuville limped and Jedlicka checked his option. On the flop, Jedlicka check-called a bet of 175,000 and the on the turn was checked by both. After the on the river, Jedlicka bet 500,000 and Neuville folded.
One hand later, Jedlicka limped in, Neuville raised to 255,000 and Jedlicka called. On the flop, Neuville bet 300,000 right away and Jedlicka folded.
Both stacks are now almost even.
225,000 was the price from Pierre Neuville preflop, and Jedlicka called it off in the big blind.
On a flop of Jedlicka check-called 260,000, before the turn and the river was checked through.
Jedlicka turned over for second pair and Neuville silently mucked.
The very next hand Neuville did get some back when he bet a board of in a single-raised pot. Jedlicka let it go, and Neuville dragged the pot.
Stefan Jedlicka limped in and Pierre Neuville checked. On the flop, both checked. Neuville bet the turn for 125,000 and Neuville folded.
Neuville limped in and Jedlicka checked. On the flop, Jedlicka check-called a bet of 225,000 and the turn and river were checked. Jedlicka showed and Neuville mucked.
Jedlicka limped in and Neuville checked. On the flop, Neuville bet 125,000 and Jedlicka folded.
Neuville limped in and Jedlicka checked. On the flop, the action went check, check. After the turn, Jedlicka check-called a bet worth 150,000 and then check-folded the river to a bet of 350,000 by Neuville.
Jedlicka limped in and Neuville checked his option. The flop came and Neuville's check-raise from 80,000 to 280,000 did the trick, as Jedlicka folded.
Preflop Pierre Neuville opened for 200,000 and Stefan Jedlicka called. The flop came . Jedlicka checked, Neuville fired 225,000 and Jedlicka shoved all-in for around 2,7 million effective. Neuville gave it up.
Jedlicka limped the button and Neuville checked his option. The flop landed and was checked through. The turn made Neuville lead for 150,000 and Jedlicka called. Both players then checked the river and the of Neuville proved to be good.
Neuville opened the party with a raise to 240,000 and Jedlicka called to see a flop. That consisted of , and Jedlicka check-folded to a bet of 305,000.
Pierre Neuville raised to 190,000 and Stefan Jedlicka called. On the flop, Jedlicka checked, Neuville bet 210,000 and Jedlicka folded.
Jedlicka limped and Neuville checked. The Belgian checked the flop and folded to a bet of 80,000.
Neuville limped, Jedlicka raised to 300,000 and that ended the hand right there.
Jedlicka limped and Neuville checked. On the flop, Neuville check-called a bet of 80,000 and the on the turn went check, check. After the river, Neuville bet 410,000 and Jedlicka folded.
Pierre Neuville raised to 180,000 in position and received a call from Jedlicka in the big blind.
Flop came down , and Jedlicka opted for a check-call of 210,000.
The turn and the river was checked through, and Neuville flipped over which was good enough for the pot.
Stefan Jedlicka limped in and Pierre Neuville checked. On the flop, Pierre Neuville check-raised from 80,000 to 175,000 and Jedlicka claimed the pot with a reraise to 455,000.
Neuville raised to 200,000 and Jedlicka shoved to force a fold.