The level has come to an end and the two players agreed on a 10-minute break.
|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
As so often before Stefan Jedlicka limped the button and Neuville checked his option.
The players both checked on the flop, but Neuville decided to bet the turn for 150,000. Jedlicka called.
Neuville checked the and folded when Jedlicka bet a staggering 800,000.
Stefan Jedlicka scooped a pot without showdown with a simple continuation bet on a king high flop and then the very next hand would provide more action again.
Pierre Neuville raised to 155,000 and Jedlicka called. On the flop, both players checked. After the turn, Jedlicka check-called a bet of 225,000 and checked again the on the river. Neuville bet 600,000 and Jedlicka gave it plenty of thought before calling.
Neuville flashed for a busted gutshot and Jedlicka took back the lead with for a pair of nines.
Pierre Neuville limped in and Stefan Jedlicka checked. On the flop, Jedlicka check-called a bet of 110,000 and the turn and river were checked. Jedlicka showed for trips kings and won the pot.
Jedlicka raised to 140,000 and Neuville called. On the flop, Neuville check-called a bet worth 150,000 and bet the turn for 110,000. Jedlicka called and the on the river saw Neuville bet 260,000, Jedlicka opted to fold.
Neuville limped in and the flop went check, check. After the turn, Jedlicka bet 65,000 and Neuville called before the hit on the river. Jedlicka bet 150,000 and Neuville claimed the pot with a raise to 425,000, as Jedlicka folded.
Pierre Neuville is on a tear. The pots might be small, but everything counts (in large amounts), and Neuville is back over 3 million.
Pierre opened the button for 145,000, Jedlicka called and check-folded to the bet of 275,000 on the flop.
Jedlicka limped the button, Neuville checked his option. Flop comes and Neuville took it with a bet of 60,000.
Neuville once again made it 145,000 to go, Jedlicka peeled and the flop came down . Check-check. The turn saw Jedlicka check again, and the Austrian folded quickly when Neuville bet 265,000.
Jedlicka tried spicing it up by saying 130,000 from the button. Neuville called, and check-called 110,000 on the flop. The players checked through the on the turn and the river as well. Neuville tabled for a pair of fives and won the pot.
Pierre Neuville raised to 140,000 and Stefan Jedlicka called. On the flop, both players checked. After the turn, Jedlicka bet 200,000 and Neuville called. The fell on the river and Jedlicka's bet of 800,000 found no call.
Jedlicka limped in and Neuville checked. The flop came and Neuville check-called a bet of 60,000 and the turn went check, check. After the river, Neuville bet 275,000 and Jedlicka folded.
Neuville raised to 140,000 and Jedlicka called. The flop fell and Jedlicka check-called a bet of 200,000. The turn went check, check, and Jedlicka then checked the river. Neuville checked behind and mucked when Jedlicka showed him the for aces and fours.
Stefan Jedlicka limped in from the button and Pierre Neuville made it 210,000 out of the big blind. Jedlicka made the call.
Neuville continued for 275,000 on the flop, and Jedlicka thought about a minute before announcing all-in.
"I guess we are all-in", Neuville spoke mostly to himself, before committing the chips, and he was in good shape.
The on the turn opened up for some chops but the river wouldn't do it for Jedlicka, and Neuville doubled up.
Stefan Jedlicka limped in and Pierre Neuville checked. On the flop, Neuville checked and Jedlicka bet 100,000. Neuville check-raised to 350,000 and Jedlicka called. On the turn, Neuville checked and gave up the hand against a bet of 400,000 by Jedlicka.
Neuville limped in. On the flop, Neuville check-called a bet of 60,000 and the turn went check, check. After the river, Neuville bet 350,000 and Jedlicka folded.
Neuville raised to 160,000, Jedlicka moved all in and Neuville folded.
Stefan Jedlicka limped the button for 60,000 and Neuville checked his option in the big blind.
Both players checked the flop and saw a turn. Neuville took the lead and bet 150,000, and Jedlicka quickly called. The river was the and Neuville opted for a check-call of the half million chips bet from Jedlicka. The Austrian showed for three of a kind, and that brought Jedlicka back over 5 million.