Anson Tsang raised to 100,000 from the under the gun position and Ludvig Sterner had a decision on the small blind. He ended up folding, but big blind Jason Gray called the bet to see the flop.
The flop was and Gray checked to Tsang. Tsang continued his aggression with a bet of 335,000. Gray moved all in for 450,000 and Tsang's chips were in there even before Gray had stacked it all in the middle of the table.
The board ran out with the turn and that gave Gray the nut flush. The river was the and Tsang wasn't able to boat up so Gray won took it down and doubled up his stack.
Anson Tsang raised on the button with the and was called by Quan Zhou in the big blind with the . On the flop, Zhou checked and Tsang bet 95,000 into a pot of 230,000. Zhou check-raised to 245,000 and Tsang sent his cards into the muck.
Hokyiu Lee eventually got involved in the action and raised to 110,000 from the under-the-gun position with . Ilya Bulychev on the button three-bet to 320,000 with and Lee indeed gave it some thought before tossing in the additional chips. The flop brought and Lee bet the pot for 700,000.
Bulychev only had 864,000 behind and moved all in after short consideration, Lee called it off.
Neither the turn nor the river improved Lee and Bulychev scored a massive double, while Lee was left with fewer than one big blind and in the big blind the next hand.
On the three-way flop of , Quan Zhou bet 200,000 with the and forced out one opponent. Ilya Bulychev was in the think tank with the for a wrap. Eventually, the Russian folded and Zhou claimed even more chips.
Jason Gray raised to 140,000 with the on the button and Bulychev called in the big blind with the . The flop came and Bulychev bet enough to set Gray all in, who called for 190,000.
Bulychev had 11 outs and got some more on the turn, however, the river was a blank to let the Aussie double.
Ilya Bulychev raised to 100,000 from the cutoff and Quan Zhou sat on the button. He decided to three-bet to 307,000 with only 450,000 behind. Bulychev took his time to think over his decision. He was counting out the call and he pushed the chips forward after about two minutes.
The flop came down and Bulychev took over the betting lead by moving all in for effectively 450,000. Zhou called after tanking for almost five minutes and they opened up their hands.
Zhou flopped a straight and was way ahead of Bulychev his aces. The turn was the and the river the and the chips went Zhou's way.