Gaby Livshitz raised to 225,000 from the cutoff with and Tomas Paiva defended his big blind with .
The flop came for Paiva to hit top pair. Paiva check-called the 225,000 continuation-bet of Livshitz.
The turn was the to keep Paiva ahead but it also gave Livshitz the open-ended straight draw. Paiva checked and Livshitz fired a bet of 350,000 into the pot. Paiva raised to 1,050,000 and that was enough for Livshitz to fold.
Ricardo Da Rocha raised to 225,000 with the in the cutoff and Gaby Livshitz defended the out of the big blind to hit two pair on . Livshitz checked and Da Rocha continued for 200,000, Livshitz double-checked his cards and made the call.
The appeared on the turn and Livshitz checked, Da Rocha bet 900,000 into a pot of 1,000,000 and Livshitz just flat-called with a few seconds left on his shot clock. A blank appeared on the river and Livshitz checked the third street in a row.
Da Rocha invested one time bank and made it 2,000,000 to go, Livshitz snap-called and regained the chip lead as Da Rocha mucked his cards.
Mikalai Pobal raised to 200,000 from the button with and Tomas Paiva defended his big blind holding . The flop came [3qhas], Paiva check-raised the 150,000 continuation-bet of Pobal to 450,000 to get a fold.
Gaby Livshitz raised to 250,000 from under the gun with and action folded to Tomas Paiva in the small blind who called with . Norbert Szecsi three-bet to 1,200,000 with in the big blind for Livshitz to fold to. Paiva did the same after checking his cards once more.
Norbert Szecsi raised to 225,000 in the cutoff with the and Ricardo Da Rocha three-bet the big blind to 900,000 with the in order to shut down all resistance.
Szecsi then raised to 225,000 first to act with the and picked up a customer in Tomas Paiva out of the big blind with the . The flop was checked by Paiva and a bet of 200,000 by Szecsi won the pot right there.
Gaby Livshitz opened to 250,000 with and Szecsi called with the in the big blind. On the flop Szecsi checked and faced a bet of 225,000 by Livshitz, which prompted a check-raise to 650,000 with his gutshot. Livshitz immediately sent his cards into the muck.
Tomas Paiva limped in from the button with and Norbert Szecsi completed his small blind with . Gaby Livshitz opted to check in the big blind.
They all checked through the flop to the on the turn. Szecsi checked his improved two pair, Livshitz bet 225,000 with the gutshot to a straight. Paiva raised to 875,000 with trip eights. Szecsi three-bet to 2,125,000 after using a time bank card. Livshitz got out of the way. Paiva used a time bank card too and made the call.
The river completed the board with the , Paiva looked over to Szecsi who used a time bank card before deciding to shove, having Paiva covered as he had 3,810,000 behind. Paiva used a time bank card of his one before making the fold. Szecsi showed his cards. Paiva got up from his chair immediately, returned to his seat a few seconds later, and knocked on the table .
Tomas Paiva limped the cutoff with the and Gaby Livshitz in the small blind filled up with the , Mikalai Pobal checked his option with the in the big blind. The flop gave Pobal a flush draw and he bet 175,000 once Livshitz had checked.
Paiva raised to 570,000, Livshitz folded and Pobal made the call. The turn paired the board for the second time and slowed down both players to see the action go check, check. Pobal took a stab at the pot on the river with a bet of 650,000 and Paiva quickly folded.