|Blinds||40,000 / 80,000|
In a battle big blind versus button, the flop showed and Quan Zhou checked with the . Anson Tsang bet 90,000 with the and Zhou called. The turn was checked through and the river gave both players two pair.
Jason Gray opened to 85,000 with the first to act and Ilya Bulychev in the cutoff had the . The start-of-the-day chip leader three-bet to 275,000 and that shut down all further action.
Anson Tsang limped the small blind with the and Ilya Bulychev checked with the . On the flop, Tsang bet 45,000 and Bulychev folded to award the pot to Tsang.
Ludvig Sterner raised to 75,000 with first to act and Tsang on the button had the , he opted to raise the pot to 270,000. The blinds got out of the way and Sterner mucked his kings as well.
Ansong Tsang sat in the cutoff when it folded to him and he raised to 60,000. It folded to big blind Gisle Olsen and he three-bet to 195,000. With the action back on Tsang he asked how much Olsen had left. Tsang decided to go for the call and they saw the flop.
The flop came down and that's where all the money went to the middle.
The board ran out with the turn and the river and Tsang boated up to eliminate Olsen in 7th place. Olsen got eliminated as the second player on the final table after just eight hands of play. He banked €11,469 for his efforts.
Gisle Olsen raised to 85,000 with the and was called by Anson Tsang in the small blind with as well as Ilya Bulychev in the big blind with the . The flop came and the action checked to Olsen, who bet 255,000. Tsang reluctantly called and Bulychev folded.
On the turn, Tsang completed his straight and bet the pot, which forced a fold from Olsen.
In the fourth hand of the final table, Ilya Bulychev raided to 75,000 with the and Alexander Norden three-bet to 255,000 in the small blind with the in the small blind. Bulychev gave it some thought and called.
The flop came and Norden moved all in for 540,000, Bulychev snap-called with the second nuts. He only had to fade the two remaining aces in the deck, which he did with the turn and river run out. Bulychev dealt the final blow with a full house, kings over queens, and Norden was eliminated in 8th place for €8,886.
Jason Gray raised to 75,000 from early position and Hokyiu Lee defended his big blind.
The flop came down and Lee checked to Gray. Gray checked as well and the turn was the .
Lee took over the betting lead and put in a bet of 80,000 and that was enough to make Gray fold and take down the pot.
The "shuffle up and deal" has been announced and the cards are in the air in Event #7: €2,200 Pot-Limit Omaha 8-Handed.