Olivian Balint was at risk with against the of his opponent.
The flop was pretty scary for Balint. On the turn his opponent immediately hits his flush. The river didn’t mather anymore.
Balint cashed for €3.600.
Olivian Balint – Exit
The players in the Main Event are now on a 60 minute dinnerbreak. Live coverage will resume at 10pm.
The tournament of Trifon Pappas has just been ended. He went all-in with and got the call of his opponent who played .
The board was not good for Pappas. He cashed for €3.600.
Trifon Pappas – Exit
Pascal Rabany saw his all-in with being called by Arnaud Enselme with .
That was bad news for Rabany. He couldn’t bounce back from this deficit and Rabany was eliminated in 30th place (€3.600).
Pascal Rabany – Exit
Shortie Luc Boeckx went all-in with and got the call from Julien Sitbon with .
The board the ran , making Boeckx a loser with the best hand and eliminating him in 31st place (€3.600).
Julien Sitbon – 270.000
Luc Boeckx – Exit
After Mihai Stinca raised to 16.500, Belgian Michael Goossens went all-in for 75.000 effectively. Stinca made the call and Goossens hand was dominated, against Stincas .
Board was of no help for Goossens and he finished in 32nd place.
Mihai Stinca – 480.000
Michael Goossens – Exit
Geoirgian Smota Bobokhidze took down a monsterpot at the expense of Romanian Olivian Balint.
In a raising battle, the money went in on flop , 429.000 effectively. Bobokhidze was at risk, since Balint had him covered.
The players at the table couldn’t believe their eyes when the cards opened. Bobokhidze had for the nut flushdraw and the inside straight draw, but Balint had nothing more than .
Turn provided a split pot situation, but river gave Bobokhidze the flush, winning him the pot.
Smota Bobokhidze – 900.000
Olivian Balint – 120.000
The money is reached so the shorter stacks can take some risks to double their stacks. Christophe Bouziane busted in 34th place for €3.300.
Milan Skacel ended one place higher after his couldn’t win against the of his opponent. The on the turn send the Czech to the rail.
The bubble period was virtually non-existent, with two players busting right after each other. There was no hand for hand necessary, it was Jarny Olivier who was the unlucky one.
Olivier lost nearly all his chips in a battle with Mihai Stinca and had just 4.000 left after the hand. After paying the ante, his last 3.000 went automatic all-in since he was in the SB.
Olivier was up against two players, the cutoff and Aleksandre Maisuradze. On board the players checked untill the river, when Maisuradze bet 10.000. The cutoff folded and the cards went open.
Olivier appeared to be in good shape, since he opened . Unfortunately for him his luck got even worse when Maisuradze opened , beating him on the river.
The tournament director announced that there would be no hand for hand and that everyone was in the money, causing a cheer amongst a lot of players.
Jarny Olivier – Exit
Belgian Luc Boeckx (picture) was one of the shortest stacks in the tournament. He was holding on to his 5BB, desperately trying to get into the money.
Finally he send his last chips to the middle with and het got the call from bigstack Adrian Garcia Galipenso with .
Board provided no sweat for Boeckx, solidly cruising to his double-up.
Adrian Garcia Galipenso – 682.000
Luc Boeckx – 53.000