After Lander Lijo raised to 80,000 on the button, Ramon Colillas defended his big blind.
The flop came and Colillas checked. Lijo continued for 55,000 and Colillas called.
The board double-paired on the turn with the and again Colillas checked. Lijo now bet 115,000 and Colillas called.
On the river, Colillas checked a final time and faced another bet from his opponent, this time for 300,000.
The PokerStars Ambassador used a time bank, cut out his remaining stack of just over a million, then opted to fold, sending the pot across the table to Lijo.
After Kyriakos Papadopoulos raised to 80,000 on the button, Rui Ferreira moved all in for 1,050,000. Rui Bouquet then called in the big blind with Ferreira covered and Papadopoulos folded.
The flop came , giving Ferreira top two pair, but adding a potential gutshot to Bouquet's outs.
The on the turn and on the river couldn't help Bouquet as he sent over a third of his stack to his namesake.
Luuk Gieles open-shoved his short stack from middle position and Lander Lijo reshoved from the small blind to get the hand heads-up.
Gieles was dominated and received no help from the runout of to go out in 15th place for €58,350.
Martin Stausholm jammed his final 140,000 on the button and was called by Laszlo Molnar in the big blind.
The board ran out bringing no help to Stausholm as his four big blind stack went to Molnar.
The final 16 players have taken their seats and cards are in the air in Level 25.
One of the final massive tournaments from the PokerStars and Barcelona©Casino European Poker Tour wraps up Sunday, with 16 remaining hopefuls looking to claim €962,880, a PokerStars Spadie trophy, and the title of 2022 EPT Barcelona €10,300 EPT High Roller champion.
It will be Australian Ehsan Amiri in pole position with 4,115,000 chips after a dominant Day 2 that saw him build his stack throughout the day, including the elimination of PokerStars Ambassador Andre Akkari on the final hand to send him over the 100 big blind mark to start Sunday’s play.
Plenty of notables remain in the hunt for the title, however, including German crusher Stefan Schillhabel (2,710,000), who won an EPT Prague €10,300 High Roller in 2016, PokerStars Ambassador and Inaugural PSPC champion Ramon Colillas (1,800,000) former SCOOP champion Laszlo Molnar (1,710,000), and Damian Salas (1,160,000), who’s won both EPT Online and SCOOP championships.
|RANK||PLAYER||COUNTRY||CHIP COUNT||BIG BLINDS|
|2||Andrew Wilson||United Kingdom||2,790,000||69|
Play will resume at 12:30 p.m. local time at Level 25 with blinds of 20,000/40,000 with a 40,000 big blind ante. Fifteen-minute breaks are scheduled after every two levels with a dinner break scheduled after Level 32.
The 30-second shot clock remains in play, and once the final table is reached a couple of adjustments to the structure will be made. Once four players remain, level time will be reduced from 50 minutes to 45, and with three remaining, the level time will shrink to 30 minutes.
Stay close to PokerNews for updates throughout the day’s action as they wrap up what’s been an incredible two weeks of action at EPT Barcelona.
|TABLE||SEAT||PLAYER||COUNTRY||CHIP COUNT||BIG BLINDS|
|2||1||Daewoong Song||South Korea||875,000||21|
|2||6||Andrew Wilson||Great Britain||2,790,000||69|
€10,300 EPT High Roller
Jour 3 a débuté