|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
Hand #16: Adrien Delmas moved all in for the last 200,000 and got through with it, the French rail applauded.
Hand #17: David Lambard raised to 60,000 in the cutoff and was called by Weiyi Zhang in the big blind. The flop brought and Zhang checked, Lambard continued for 85,000 and that ended the hand right there.
The blinds moved up to 15,000/30,000 with a big blind ante of 30,000.
Hand #18: Jan Lakota opened to 70,000 and Zhang called out of the small blind, as did Delmas in the big blind.
On a flop of , Zhang checked and Delmas moved all in for 160,000. Lakota folded and Zhang asked for a count
Zhang double-checked his cards and spent more than two minutes in the think tank before letting go.
Hand #19: Andrew Lichtenberger raised to 60,000 from the cutoff, no call followed.
Hand #11: Adrien Delmas raised from the small blind to put Alexandru Papazian all-in in the big blind who called for the 345,000 he had behind.
The board ran out for Papazian to double up to 765,000 and leave Delmas behind with 55,000.
Hand #12: Johan Guilbert raised to 60,000 from mid-position and Adrien Delmas called for his last 55,000 on the button. Ben Farrell called in the big blind.
They both checked through the board.
Farrell had , Guilbert's hole cards were not shown and Delmas tripled up with to 200,000.
Hand #13: Guilbert raised to 60,000 from the early position and Jan Lakota three-bet to 250,000 from the big blind for Guilbert to fold.
Hand #14: Guilbert raised to 50,000 from under the gun and Lakota three-bet again to 250,000, this time from the small blind. David Lambard shoved from the big blind for 450,000 and Guilbert quickly folded while Lakota called.
The board ran out for Lambard to double up to 975,000.
Hand #15: Farrell limped in from the cutoff and so did Lakota on the button. Lambard three-bet to 250,000 from the small and got the folds.
Hand #6: Johan Guilbert raised to 50,000 and scooped the blinds and big blind ante.
Hand #7: Weiyi Zhang moved all in for 420,000 and none of his opponents were interested in a call.
Hand #8: David Lambard shoved for 415,000 on the button and picked up the blinds and big blind ante.
Hand #9: Andrew Lichtenberger moved all in for effectively 455,000 from the small blind, as Zhang had as much behind in the big blind. Zhang reluctantly called and they turned over their cards.
The Chinese rail celebrated when the flop of paired up Zhang, and the turn and river brought no upset to let Zhang double.
Hand #10: Guilbert raised to 60,000 in the cutoff and received no further action.
Hand #1: A walk for Weiyi Zhang.
Hand #2: Andrew Lichtenberger raised from the button to put both Zhang and Adrien Delmas in the blinds all-in and they both folded.
Hand #3: David Lambard raised to 60,000 from mid-position and Alexandru Papazian shoved from the big blind for 195,000 in total. Lambard considered his options for a bit and then decided to fold.
Hand #4: Zhang raised to 55,000 from the cutoff and Papazian shoved, this time from the small blind. Ben Farrell folded his big blind and Zhang did the same.
Hand #5: Adrien Delmas shoved from the cutoff and got no action.
The cards are in the air as the final eight are back in their seats. Stay tuned for hand-for-hand coverage, and the delayed live stream action on CBS All Access and PokerGO as of 7 p.m Eastern time.
There are 30:55 minutes left in the current level and the chip stacks and big blinds of the remaining eight contenders can be found below.
|Seat||Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Ben Farrell||United Kingdom||600,000||20|
|3||David Lambard||United States||535,000||18|
|5||Andrew Lichtenberger||United States||1,160,000||39|
Down to his last 35,000, Martin Zamani moved all in first to act and David Lambard raised to 80,000 on the button. That forced folds from the big stacks Johan Guilbert and Andrew Lichtenberger in the blinds and the cards were on their backs.
The flop all but sealed the fate of Zamani and the turn and river run out gave Lambard quads. Zamani takes home $16,586 for his 9th place finish and the remaining eight players are now being mic'd up for the live stream action. After a short break, the live updates will continue with hand-for-hand coverage until a winner is crowned.
Jan Lakota limped in from under the gun and Martin Zamani raised to 100,000. Action folded back to Lakota who counted out his stack and then decided to three-bet to 240,000 which sent Zamani into the tank. Zamani contemplated for a while before deciding to shove. Lakota snap-called.
The board ran out for Lakota to turn a set to leave Zamani drawing dead on the river.
Zamani was ready to go but the stacks were counted out as they were close. Lakota had 575,000 behind and Zamani was left with 35,000 after paying out the double-up.