MILLIONS North Cyprus $2,200 Warm-Up



Sowinski pays Off Barindik

zedmaster84 • Level 5: 700-1,400, 1,400 ante

Joining the action on the {j-Diamonds}{7-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{a-Spades} turn, Musa Barindik made it 13,500 to go in the small blind. Piotr Sowinski gave it some thought and called. Barindik also bet the {k-Diamonds} river for 15,000 and Sowinski called to get shown the {3-Hearts}{3-Diamonds} for bottom set, which won the pot.

Despite losing this hand, Sowinski remains among the biggest stacks in the room.

Piotr Sowinski pl
Piotr Sowinski
pl 350,000 10,000
Musa Barindik TR
Musa Barindik
TR 120,000

Tags: Piotr SowinskiMusa Barindik

Pyzara Busts Okten

zedmaster84 • Level 5: 700-1,400, 1,400 ante
Kacper Pyzara
Kacper Pyzara

Kacper Pyzara raised from under the gun and earned a three-bet to 12,000 by Sercan Okten in the small blind. Marwan Salamoun called from the big blind for Pyzara to make it 30,000 to go. Okten then jammed, Salamoun folded and Pyzara snap-called.

Sercan Okten: {a-Spades}{j-Clubs}
Kacper Pyzara: {k-Clubs}{k-Hearts}

The board ran out {7-Spades}{6-Hearts}{4-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds} and Okten was sent to the rail for the second time on Day 1a.

Kacper Pyzara pl
Kacper Pyzara
pl 280,000 180,000
Marwan Salamoun us
Marwan Salamoun
us 130,000 -30,000
Sercan Okten TR
Sercan Okten
TR Busted

Tags: Kacper PyzaraMarwan SalamounSercan Okten

Labaky Doubles Through Vinod

zedmaster84 • Level 5: 700-1,400, 1,400 ante

Antoine Labaky jammed for 70,600 preflop and Kush Vinod reluctantly called, which forced out the third player in the hand.

Antoine Labaky: {j-Clubs}{j-Spades}
Kush Vinod: {a-Diamonds}{k-Clubs}

The board ran out {q-Clubs}{10-Spades}{4-Clubs}{5-Hearts}{10-Diamonds} and Labaky doubled. "I don't really want to flip so early in the tournament," Vinod added in table chat but had done so anyways.

Antoine Labaky LB
Antoine Labaky
LB 150,000 50,000
Kush Kataria in
Kush Kataria
in 80,000 -65,000

Ozdilaver Takes From Tawil

zedmaster84 • Level 5: 700-1,400, 1,400 ante

On the tail end of a medium-sized pot between Khalil Tawil and John Ozdilaver, the latter bet 10,000. Tawil called out of the small blind and was shown the {q-Spades}{4-Spades} for a full house. Tawil exposed {10-Diamonds}{10-Spades} for an inferior boat and lost just a small fraction of his stack.

John Ozdilaver GB
John Ozdilaver
GB 270,000
Khalil Tawil LB
Khalil Tawil
LB 180,000 -20,000

Essential Triple Up for Aydemir

zedmaster84 • Level 5: 700-1,400, 1,400 ante
Recep Aydemir
Recep Aydemir

Mantas Nanartavicius raied to 3,000 and Farouk Al Gosaibi three-bet to 14,000 in the cutoff. Recep Aydemir then four-bet jammed for 98,400 and Nanartavicius asked for a count. He then shipped it in and Al Gosaibi called for fewer than that.

Farouk Al Gosaibi: {a-Spades}{q-Spades}
Recep Aydemir: {a-Hearts}{k-Spades}
Mantas Nanartavicius: {a-Diamonds}{q-Diamonds}

The {j-Hearts}{6-Clubs}{4-Diamonds}{7-Hearts}{2-Hearts} board connected with neither player and ace-king high was enough to scoop it all.

Mantas Nanartavicius LT
Mantas Nanartavicius
LT 320,000 -100,000
Recep Aydemir tr
Recep Aydemir
tr 270,000 270,000
Farouk Al Gosaibi LB
Farouk Al Gosaibi
LB Busted

Tags: Mantas NanartaviciusRecep Aydemir


Second Break of the Day

zedmaster84 • Level 4: 600-1,200, 1,200 ante

According to the screens there have been 83 entries and 13 re-entries so far. Out of those, 71 players remain and they have gone on a scheduled ten-minute break.

Madanzhiev Appears and Disappears

zedmaster84 • Level 4: 600-1,200, 1,200 ante

On a completed board of {a-Spades}{7-Spades}{3-Spades}{10-Clubs}{4-Clubs}, Stoyan Madanzhiev was all-in with the {6-Clubs}{6-Spades} and he picked up a call by Saman Nakhjavani with {8-Diamonds}{7-Hearts} for a pair of sevens. Madanzhiev only entered recently and vanished but will certainly be back at some point in this re-entry format.

"Okay, don't bluff this guy," Piotr Sowinski in the eight seat joked.

Saman Nakhjavani ir
Saman Nakhjavani
ir 225,000 225,000
Stoyan Madanzhiev bg
Stoyan Madanzhiev
bg Busted

Tags: Piotr SowinskiSaman NakhjavaniStoyan Madanzhiev