|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
Asi Moshe has a dominating chip lead in the four-handed final table of the event and he is using it to abuse the table, winning almost all the pots without showdown.
In the latest one he played, he was in the small blind and raised to 240,000 after Kristoffer Rasmussen's limp from the button. Rasmussen called and the flop came .
Moshe bet 325,000 which was enough to make Rasmussen fold.
Now Moshe has more than sixty-five percent of the total chips in pay.
Asi Moshe raised on the button for 180,000 and Jakob Madsen tanked in the small blind before moving all in for 420,000. Moshe quickly called the cards were flipped over:
Moshe found a board , giving him two pair to eliminate Madsen in 5th place.
Jakob Madsen shoved under the gu for his last 125,000 and got called by William Chattaway on the button and Asi Moshe in the blinds.
Both Moshe and Chattaway checked throughout the board and Madsen announced "nut flush" before showing . Moshe and Chattaway quickly sent their hands into the muck.
Kristoffer Rasmussen was in the big blind and checked after Jakob Madsen limped from the cutoff and William Chattaway completed from the small blind.
The flop came , the blinds checked and Madsen bet 75,000. Chattaway called, while Rasmussen tanked and bet 500,000, essentially putting himself all in. Madsen thought about it for one minute and announced all in, with Chattaway getting out of the way.
It was set over set situation, with Rasmussen having a redraw for a flush. The on the turn didn't change anything but the on the river gave quads to Rasmussen who doubled up and Madsen is crippled for a second time in the final table.
Asi Moshe shoved three times in a row without being called and took down the blinds. He has now reached a stack over the 5 million mark.
Asi Moshe opened to 125,000 on the button and Harout Ghazarian called in the big blind.
On the flop, Ghazarian firs checked and faced a continuation bet worth 145,000 from Moshe. Ghazarian decided to raised to 400,000 but snap-folded when Moshe potted for 1,075,000.
Erik Cajelais was left with six blinds and he put them in the middle from the big blind, after Asi Moshe raised from the cutoff and he quickly called the shove.
Cajelais almost touched the double up, since the board was until the turn, but the completed the board and sent Cajelais out in sixth place.
Jakob Madsen sent his last 295,000 in the middle under the gun and Garout Ghazarian called next to him. Erik Cajelais reshoved for around 500,000 and Ghazarian called to create a three-way showdown:
Cajelais was in a good way to win the big pot but the flop opened a straight draw to Madsen. The didn't change anything but a fell on the river to give the winning hand to Madsen while Cajelais took down the side pot.