Norbert Szecsi limped the and Gaby Livshitz checked with the . The flop came and Szecsi bet 200,000, Livshitz called. After the turn Szecsi checked and a bet of 575,000 by Livshitz ended the hand right there.
Szecsi raised the button to 350,000 with the and Mikalai Pobal called with the in the big blind. The flop came and Pobal checked over to Szecsi, who made it 250,000 to go. No call followed as Szecsi collected the pot.
Norbert Szecsi raised to 350,000 from the button with and Mikalai Pobal defended his big blind with . The flop came , Pobal quickly checked and Szecsi did the same. The turn brought them the , Pobal checked and Szecsi bet 325,000 which was enough for Pobal to fold.
Gaby Livshitz opened to 320,000 on the button and Mikalai Pobal shoved for 1,515,000 in the small blind. The big blind folded and Livshitz called.
The flop came to give Pobal the gutshot to a straight.
The turn was the to give Pobal the pair of aces.
The river completed the board with the to secure the double-up for Pobal.
Gaby Livshitz raised the button to 250,000 with the and Ricardo Da Rocha called in the big blind with the . The flop brought and a check by Da Rocha. Lishitz bet 250,000 and that got the job done.
Da Rocha limped in with the and Norbert Szecsi checked with the . They checked the flop and Da Rocha checked the turn, Szecsi bet 250,000 and picked up a call.
After the river, Da Rocha checked and Szecsi overbet 1,150,000 for more than the size of the pot. Da Rocha gave it some thought and folded.
Da Rocha then limped the on the button, Szecsi filled up with and Livshitz checked with the . The flop was checked to Da Rocha and he bet 375,000. Szecsi folded and Livshitz called with top pair.
The on the turn paired the board and Livshitz checked one more, Da Rocha made it 500,000 to go and picked up another call. The fell on the river and both players checked, awarding the last pot of the level to Da Roch as the four remaining players headed into their next 20-minute break.
In a limped pot to the flop, Norbert Szecsi with the and Gaby Livshitz with the both hit a pair of nines. Szecsi checked and called a bet of 250,000 to see the turn. Szecsi checked again and Livshitz checked behind to see the on the river.
Szecsi now bet 550,000 and Livshitz called to drop some chips but remains atop the counts ahead of Szecsi.
In a limped pot in a battle of the blinds, Norbert Szecsi bet the flop for 200,000 with the for a gutshot while Gaby Livshitz called with the . After the turn, Szecsi used a time bank and bet 700,000, Livshitz quickly folded.
Livshitz limped in next with the and Mikalai Pobal checked with the . Both hit a pair on and Livshitz bet 150,000, Pobal raised to 475,000 and Livshitz folded.
Livshitz raised the button to 250,000 with and Pobal let go of in the small blind, Ricardo Da Rocha called with in the big blind. On a flop, Da Rocha check-called a bet of 250,000 and spiked the nut flush draw on the Kc] turn.
Both players checked to the river, which gave Da Rocha top pair while Livshitz made two pair. Da Rocha checked once more and Livshitz bet 675,000 to receive an instant call to regain the chips he previously lost.
While Gab Yong Kim was unceremoniously eliminated in ninth place yesterday, in painful fashion to boot when his aces were cracked, the bustout signified a record finish on the European Poker Tour for a South Korean player.