The vast majority of hands during this level brought no major action and there are three hands left. As many players remain and they have gone on a scheduled five-minute break.
|Blinds||400,000 / 800,000|
Info Joueurs - Jour 2
Fengdian "Shandongmenghu" Wang opened the button to 1.25 million and Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar flat-called in the small blind. On a flop, Amar checked and Wang made it 795,000 to go. Amar then check-raised to 1,590,000 and that won the pot uncontested.
Dominik Panka won a pair of small pots at showdown before a big turn bet earned even more chips.
Panka won a showdown blind versus blind with over Fengdian "Shandongmenghu" Wang's . The two players went to showdown again a few hands later, with Panka's in big blind besting Wang's on the button. That was followed by a third pot between Panka and Wang, with a half-pot bet on the turn taking it down again.
Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar min-raised to 800,000 out of the small blind and Dominik Panka three-bet to 2 million with around 7.4 million behind. Amar four-bet to 14.8 million and Panka called all-in.
Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar:
The board brought no drama as they chopped it up.
Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar put Dominik Panka all in from the small blind, and Panka called instantly.
Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar
The runout of was clean for Panka, who doubled up to 22 big blinds.
Fengdian "Shandongmenghu" Wang opened the button to 700,000 and was called by Dominik Panka in the big blind. The flop fell and Panka check-called for the first time for 427,500. Panka check-called for another 1,923,750 on the turn and checked the on the river.
Wang bet 3,206,250 and Panka paid it off with for a pair of jacks but Wang had the for a straight.
Fengdian "Shandongmenghu" Wang made it 700,000 to go on the button and called a three-bet to 1.75 million by Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar in the small blind. Amar slowed down and checked the flop. Wang bet 1,871,250 to earn a call and checked behind the turn.
Amar also checked the on the river and Wang bet 5,197,140 with one big blind behind. No call followed and Wang dragged in the pot.
Dominik Panka raised on the button and Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar defending in the big blind. Panka bet the flop, which was called by Amar.
Nir "NIRUSHHH" Amar
The turn brought a giving Amar trip tens, but both players checked to the river. Amar value bet after a river, which was called by Panka's pair of kings. Amar extends the chip lead with another sizeable pot.