Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier opened to 175,000 with the button, and Joe Ebanks three-bet to 450,000 from the small blind. Grospellier released, and Ebanks won the pot.
Chris Moorman raised to 190,000 from the small blind, and Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier moved all in from the big. Moorman mucked, and Grospellier accidentally exposed when releasing his hand.
Chris Moorman raised to 175,000 on the button only to have Bertrand Grospellier moved all in from the small blind for 1.49 million. Moorman thought for a moment before folding his hand.
Grospellier is up to 1.775 million while Moorman is down to 7.45 million.
Chris Moorman opened to 175,000 with the button, and Joe Ebanks defended his big blind. The flop came down , and both players checked.
The turn was the , and Ebanks check-called 250,000 from Moorman.
The river was the , and Ebanks checked a third time. Moorman fired 600,000, Ebanks folded, and Moorman now has about 7.7 million chips.
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier raised to 175,000 from the button only to have Chris Moorman three-bet to 475,000 from the big blind. Grospellier made the call and the duo watched the flop come down .
Moorman fired out 500,000, Grospellier called, and then both players checked the turn. When the fell on the river, Moorman led out for 1,225,000 and Grospellier hit the tank. Eventually he made the call only to muck when Moorman showed for queens and tens.
Grospellier is down to 1.74 million while Moorman is up to 7.2 million.
We unfortunately missed the flop action, but on the turn, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier check-called 225,000 from Joe Ebanks. The river was the , and Grospellier checked again. Ebanks bet 1.85 million (wow), and Grospellier folded.
Grospellier dropped down to 4.1 million chips, while Ebanks is up to 5.3 million.
Joe Ebanks raised to 175,000 on the button and was called by Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier in the big blind. Both players checked the flop, leading to the turn. Grospellier bet 225,000, Ebanks called, and the was put out on the river.
Grospellier bet 555,000, Ebanks called, and Grospellier showed . Ebanks mucked before dropping down to 4.95 million. Grospellier is up to 4.5 million.
The Brits and the French just broke out in dueling chants. Our French isn't great so we couldn't understand the latter, but the Brits broke out in their traditional "Eng-a-land, Eng-a-land, Eng-a-land," routine.
The remaining Americans remained silent - perhaps they're waiting to unleash their one song (USA! USA! USA!) in the near future.
Chris Moorman raised to 175,000 on the button and Joe Ebanks made the call from the button. Both players checked the flop, leading to the on the turn. Ebanks decided to bet 225,000, Moorman called, and the appeared on the river.
Again Ebanks bet, this time 375,000, and Moorman made the call. Ebanks showed and Moorman quickly mucked. Ebanks is back in the lead.