The 10 remaining players are going on a 10-minute break.
When they come back blinds will go up to 80,000-160,000 with a big blind ante of 160,000.
In a limped battle of the blinds, Ilija Savevski checked the flop and Alexander Tkatschew bet 140,000 for his opponent to call. Savevski check-called another 500,000 on the turn and checked the river.
Tkatschew now bet 850,000 and Savevsvki eventually paid it off to get shown the for a wheel by Tkatschew.
On the outer table, Ilija Savevski raised to 250,000 on the button and Thomas Denie then three-bet to 720,000. What followed was the four-bet shove by Savevski for around 4.2 million and that sent Denie into the tank. Some two minutes passed and Savevski was awarded the pot as Denie opted to fold.
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Johan Guilbert raised from the small blind to 350,000 and Brian Kamphorst called from the big blind.
The flop came and Guilbert bet 240,000. Kamphorst called.
The turn was the and Guilbert bet 120,000 this time which again got called by Kamphorst.
The river was the and Guilbert bet again 120,000 to earn a quick call from his opponent.
He turned over which was the winning hand as his opponent mucked his hand.
Aleksandar Trajkovski raised to 250,000 in the cutoff and was called by Stanislav Koleno and Alexander Tkatschew, the latter of which was in the big blind. The flop brought and was checked through. After the turn, the action checked to Trajkovski and he bet 425,000. Koleno then raised to 1.2 million and that won the pot without resistance.
Josef Gulas Jr opened to 275,000 on the button and was only called by Brian Kamphorst in the big blind.
Kmaphorst check-jammed for 1,980,000 on the flop after Gulas bet 185,000. Gulas asked for a count and once confirmed he called.
Josef Gulas Jr:
The jacks were out in front but would need to dodge some more cards after the gave the at risk player a straight draw. The dealer peeled off the on the river for Kamphorst to make a straight.
Alexander Tkatschew raised and then called a three-bet to 585,000 by Thomas Denie. The flop was checked and Tkatschew check-folded the turn when Denie bet 450,000.
Tkatschew then opened to 250,000 in the cutoff for Denie on the button and Stanislav Koleno in the big blind to call. The flop was checked to Denie who once again continued the aggression, as he made it 375,000 to go. Only Koleno called and the turn was checked through, as was the on the river.
Koleno tabled for a pair of queens and that won the pot.