|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
The action started with Dejan Divkovic opening to 125,000 in chips. It folded around to David Campion who moved all in for his remaining 310,000 in chips. Divkovic called as the players tabled their cards.
The board ran out to see Campion hold with his ten-kicker, as he moves back up to 650,000 in chips.
Dominik Nitsche has taken a commanding lead on the final table. It all started with Nitsche opening to 125,000 in chips from the hijack and finding a caller in Dejan Divkovic from the cut-off and David Campion in the blig blind. The flop came out and Campion checked. Nitsche threw out a 175,000 chip contuation bet, as Divkovic mucked his cards. Campion called and both players saw the fall on the turn. Campion then bet out 200,000 in chips and was called as the completed the board. Campion didn’t slow down, and led out 250,000 in chips, which was almost snap-called.
“Good call,” sighed Campion. “I have nothing,” as he tabled .
Nitsche then tabled for ace-high to take down the pot.
The action started with David Campion opening to 150,000 in chips. It folded around to Michael Fadersen on the big blind, who raised to 300,000 in chips. Campion then moved all in for half a million in chips and was called.
The board came out to see Campion fill up on the river, and double up to just over a million in chips.
Dinesh Alt was first to act, and he decided to move all in for his last 920,000 in chips. The action folded around to Dejan Divkovic, who snap-called.
The board ran out to see Alt river the higher straight after Divkovic led the whole way.
The hand started with Michael Fadersen opening to 150,000 in chips from the button. David Campion made a quick call, before the action was on Dominik Nitsche on the big blind. He looked down at his cards, thought for a moment, and then announced all in for 1,860,000 in chips. The other two players instantly mucked as Nitsche attempts to take control of the table.
The remaining players are back from their break and will continue with blinds at 30,000/60,000 with a 10,000 ante.
The remaining five players are on a 10 minute break.
A long hand just took place on the final table lasting almost 10 minutes. The action stared with Dejan Divkovic opening to 100,000 in chips from the cut-off, before Dinesh Alt raised to 275,000 from the button. With the option back on Divkovic, he waited for a minute before opting to re-raise to 450,000 in chips. Alt also took his time, before eventually calling. The flop came and Divkovic pushed out a bet of 285,000 in chips. Two minutes passed, before Alt finally announced all in for his remaining 1,365,000 in chips. Divkovic then went into the tank for almost five minutes, finally relinquishing his hand.
Alt tabled as he moves up to 2,600,000 in chips. Divkovic sit on an even 2 million chip-stack.