|Blinds||70,000 / 140,000|
Players Info - Day 1
The final seven players will now be taking their first break.
Amichai Barer open-shoved 359,050 from the button and Sam Greenwood called in the big blind, putting Barer at risk.
A coin flip was afoot but a made it a one-sided affair, giving Greenwood a monster lead. The turn left Barer in need of a trey but he failed to hit it when the completed the board. Greenwood scooped in the pot and Barer was sent to the rail.
A raise to 195,000 from Sean Winter in middle position saw Matthias Eibinger three-bet and Winter called in his remaining 93,618.
The flop of gave Eibinger a pair of cowboys but Winter still had outs to double. The peeled off on the turn, giving Winter some more outs but the river was not quite what he needed. Eibinger scooped with his flopped king and Winter was eliminated first from the final table.
|*Position||Player||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds*|
|4||Aliaksandr "winnerwsop" Hirs||Belarus||1,183,240||24|
|9||Sean Winter||United States||300,000||6|
Michael Addamo opened to 80,000 from the button and Fedor Holz instantly raised to 1,540,000 from the small blind. Addamo called his 560,807 into the middle and the two turned over their cards.
The flop came down , leaving Addamo in need of a hit to double. An peeled off on the turn and Holz was just one card away from sending Addamo out the door. A completed the board, cementing the pot for Holz as Addamo was eliminated.
Action folded around to Stephen Chidwick in the small blind, he moved all in for 708,684 and Matthias Eibinger called from the small blind, putting Chidwick at risk.
The flop rolled out , hitting neither. A fell on the turn and Chidwick needed to hit. A hit Chidwick with a straight but the same card gave Eibinger the higher straight, sending Chidwick out of the tournament.
Rainer Kempe limped from the small blind, Amichai Barer checked his option and the flop came down . Kempe checked to Amichai Barer who bet 48,000 and Kempe check-raised to 118,750.
Barer shoved 584,456 and Kempe called for less, putting his 341,356 into the pot.
The landed on the turn, leaving Kempe will in the lead with his ten-high and higher flush draw. A river completed the flush for both, with Kempe having the higher of the two for a complete double.