The pace since dinner break has slowed down significantly both in terms of the number of hands played and the size of the pots. A lot of talk, but not much action with about half an hour of play with most of the hands being decided before or on the flop.
William Kassouf has talked the past few hands about when he was going to get it all in, and did one time to get to around 900,000. However, very shortly after he was in the big blind and called a raise from the cutoff from chip leader Tue Ullerup Hansen who bet 180,000.
After the flop came , Kassouf checked and his opponent bet 100,000. Kassouf, who was already talking before the bet, continued to do so when the action was on him. Among other things, he asked his opponent, "Is that all?" referring to his bet of slightly more than one big blind.
Kassouf folded, but told the table that he had an ace.
|Tue Ullerup Hansen||4,400,000|