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Will Dan Shak Play the Big One for One Drop Next Year?

We picked Dan Shak's brain on the break on Day 2 of the EPT Malta Main Event Video:

Scott Seiver Eliminated in 5th Place (€63,550)

Jakub Michalak raised to 110,000 from the cutoff. Scott Seiver shoved 300,000 on the button and Michalak called. Scott Seiver: Jakub Michalak: Seiver needed to dodge an ace to stay alive.

Behzad Ahadpour Eliminated in 6th Place (€49,700)

From the hijack, Scott Seiver opened for 100,000. Over in the small blind, Behzad Ahadpour shoved all in for 520,000. Both blinds folded and Seiver called.

Morten Mortensen Eliminated in 9th Place (€23,200)

In the second hand of the final table, Morten Mortensen open-shoved 275,000 from early position. Two seats over, Scott Seiver reshoved all in, and all other players folded.

A Fun Atmosphere

The action has slowed down a bit over on Table 1, no big hands as of yet. But it's anything but boring as Behzad Ahadpour is the life of the party.

Two Simultaneous Bustouts

From the hijack, over on table 1 it was Benjamin Pollak raising to 24,000 with 265,000 behind. Small blind Rocco Palumbo three-bet to 76,000 and called the shove for 289,000 total.

Seiver Busts Ho, Surges To Top

Michael Ho open-shoved 113,000 from early position. Scott Seiver reshoved all in from late position to put Ho at risk. Michael Ho: Scott Seiver: It was a dire situation for Ho, and the board didn't bring an escape: .

Scott Seiver Busts in Huge Hand

The floor just announced it was going to be the last hand before the break and from the hijack Philipp Gruissem raised to 6,000.

Four-Bet by Jensen

Nariman Yaghmai raised to 6,000 from under the gun and Patrick Leonard three-bet to 18,000 from the hijack. In the small blind, Frederik Jensen moved all in and Yaghmai folded after brief consideration.

Carrel Eliminated by Seiver

With 10,000 in the middle and on the table, Charlie Carrel moved all-in for 12,800 chips. Scott Seiver asked for a count but quickly realised he didn't need one to make the call. Carrel's tournament life was at risk.

Scott Seiver

Morten Mortensen was first to act and raised to, what we believe was 5,100. Adrian Mateos called on the button and big blind Scott Seiver came along for the ride as well. The flop came and Seiver and Mortensen both checked.

Welcome to Day 2 of the 2016 EPT13 Malta €25,750 Super High Roller

In two hours from now at 12.30 p.m. local time, Day 2 of the 2016 EPT13 Malta €25,750 Super High Roller will get underway at the Casino Portomaso.

Newey's Plan Fails

When the last four hands were announced, Paul Newey said to his table mates that he'd double up three times and fold the other hand.

Kisacikoglu Finds a Double

From early position, Orpen Kisacikoglu moved all in for 22,700 and Scott Seiver called in the cutoff. Kisacikoglu: Seiver: The board ran out and Kisacikoglu doubled towards the end of the night.

Kozlov Eliminated by Nemeth

It was folded around to Scott Seiver on the button and he made it 4,000 to go. In the small blind, Martin Kozlov looked at his card and shoved all-in right away.

Seiver Bullies Buddiga

In a blind vs. blind confrontation, Pratyush Buddiga and Scott Seiver saw a flop of appear. Buddiga bet out 2,000 and Seiver called. On the turn, Buddiga checked, Seiver bet 5,200, and Buddiga called.

Kolonias and Yaghmai Eliminated

Alexandros Kolonias was spotted leaving his seat over on table one and came back shortly after with a new ticket in hand only to draw the very same table and seat for his second bullet.

Seiver Takes From Kozlov

Martin Kozlov and Scott Seiver are both on their second bullet and now share a table. Kozlov raised to 1,200 from under the gun and Seiver called in the big blind. On the flop, Seiver checked, Kozlov bet 1,500 and received a call.

Yan Busts Seiver

We arrived with the entire board already out in a pot between Scott Seiver (hijack) and David Yan (cutoff). With the board reading , Seiver had a bet of 6,500 in front of him with 16,700 back.

Riverbet Works for Yan

In a big pot, with already 22,000 chips in the middle, David Yan fired out an 11,500 riverbet. Scott Seiver, his single opponent, had checked to him after the board ran out .