|Prize Pool||129,150 AUD|
|Blinds||500 / 1,000|
Nam Le opened to 1,000 and was called by Adam Jarvis in the big blind. Both players checked the flop and then Jarvis led the turn for 1,500. Le called and also did so on the river for 2,600. Jarvis instantly mucked his cards.
One hand later, Jarvis raised to 1,200 and Le called in the big blind. The flop came and Jarvis' all in move went through uncontested.
Roope Salminen raised and then called the shove of Geoffrey Mooney for 8,400 with . The Aussie held and flopped top pair on the flop . On the turn and river, nothing changed whatsoever and Mooney doubled up.
The next hand, Adam Jarvis was running a bluff with two barrels against Mooney and the latter called two streets from the button with for a flopped set on the board . Jarvis was bluffing with after his flush draw had busted, betting 3,500 on the river.
Dietrich Fast opened and was called by Nam Le on the button. On the flop , Fast continued for 1,000 into a pot of 2,500 and Le put him all in. Fast called for around 6,500 chips with for the open-ended straight flush draw, trailing the of Le for the higher flush draw.
Ultimately, king-high scooped the pot as the board completed with the turn and river. Fast headed to the payout desk and Le increased his lead slightly.
On the flop , Roope Salminen checked his option in the blinds and Adam Jarvis bet 3,000. The Finn called and then check-raised all in after the turn. Jarvis had bet 5,000 and then folded.
Roope Salminen raised to 1,000 and was called by Geoffrey Mooney and Adam Jarvis in the big blind. The trio checked the flop and the turn. Salminen then bet the river for 2,000 and Jarvis called, the Finn mucked his cards.
One hand later, Dietrich Fast raised to 5,500 with around 1,000 behind and Nam Le folded in the big blind.
Geoffrey Mooney raised to 1,200 and was called by Adam Jarvis. On the flop , Mooney check-folded to a bet of 2,000 by Jarvis. The next hand, Mooney took down a three-way pot on the turn by betting 2,000 only to check-fold another raised pot to Jarvis one hand later on the turn.
Joining the action on the flop , Roope Salminen bet 2,000 and faced the raise to 5,500 by Dietrich Fast. The Finn sighed but ultimately announced all in to enforce a snap-fold from Fast. That also pretty much describes the playing style under the pressure of the shot clock, fast. Very fast.
Down to his last 16 big blinds, Simon Thwaites open-shoved for around 6,500 chips and Adam Jarvis made the call out of the big blind for one third of his stack.
As some opponents looked curios, Jarvis shrugged and said "that's a good hand for six left".
On the flop , Jarvis picked up a gutshot and got there with the on the turn. Dietrich Fast said "he has flush draw" as Jarvis clapped his hands, but the river was a blank anyways.