|Average Chip Stack||8,160,000|
|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
A deal may have been agreed but the title and trophy lasts forever and all the final four are still feeling each other out at the moment with no clear advantage and no big pots in the last half hour.
On a board of Jim O'Callaghan bet just over pot or 1,175,000 and Sean Prendiville thought before calling.
O'Callaghan showed for a full house and took down the pot.
"Amazing value there," said Prendiville as he counted the remainder of his stack.
The four players have discussed and agreed to an ICM deal with the following payouts. There will also be €13,000 left for the eventual winner.
Gary McGinty: €78,808
Antonio Merone: €78,554
Jim O'Callaghan: €74,797
Sean Prendiville: €71,161
The remaining four players are looking at the numbers for a potential deal and the clock has been paused.
Sean Prendiville raised to 220,000 from the cutoff and Ivan Tononi three-bet all in for 950,000 from the small blind. Prendiville called.
The flop came with no help to Prendiville. The turn was the and the river the giving Prendiville a Broadway straight to eliminate Tononi.
Ivan Tononi moved all in from the cutoff and Sean Prendiville called decisively in the big blind.
The board ran out and Tononi was left with less than ten big blinds.
Ivan Tononi was all in and at risk of elimination against Gary McGinty.
McGinty told the dealer he was using his, “one time,”
The board ran out .
Another double up for Tononi.