|Prize Pool||129,150 AUD|
|Blinds||500 / 1,000|
Dietrich Fast raised to 650 and picked up four callers to see the flop . All five players checked and Adam Jarvis then bet the turn for 1,500. Only Fast called and checked again the river.
Jarvis bet 4,500 for most of Fast's stack and the German called after brief consideration with to claim the pot versus .
Adam Jarvis raised to 700 from early position and Henrik Tollefsen moved all in for 6,500 from one seat over. Jarvis snap-called with the and had the dominating kicker to the of his opponent. "That's not a good flop," Tollefsen said when he saw coming. Neither the turn nor river changed anything and Tollefsen was sent to the rail.
Geoffrey Mooney raised to 1,025 and Dietrich Fast flat-called from one seat over. On the flop , Mooney checked and so did the German On the turn, Mooney check-called a bet of 1,000 by Fast before check-folding the river when Fast bet 1,500.
From early position, Henrik Tollefsen moved all in for 11 big blinds and Dietrich Fast called in the big blind with . Tollefsen was behind with , but found some help on the flop . Both turn and river bricked, as the dealer already rushed away the cards and shipped the pot to the Norwegian before moving to the next hand.
Joining the action on the turn, Adam Jarvis bet 3,500 into a pot of 6,000 and Nam Le eventually folded the for a flopped straight. Jarvis showed him the for a pair of queens only.
Chance Kornuth opened to 700 from early position and Nam Le three-bet to 2,000 from one seat over. Adam Jarvis called and so did Kornuth. On the flop , the action was checked to Le and he bet 3,100. Kornuth called and the fell on the turn.
Again, Kornuth checked and then Le fired a bet of 4,600. A split second before the time on the shot clock ran out, Kornuth announced all in and then moved forward his stack. There was some confusion about whether or not it was done in time, but Kornuth was given the benefit of the doubt and the bet stood.
The all in was for another 9,400 on top and Le called with . Kornuth was behind with the and failed to improve, as the river bricked. He takes home A$4,520 for his efforts.
Ari Engel bubbled the second table and Nam Le will hold the chip lead when play resumes. There are 31:55 left in level four at blinds 150-300 with a running ante of 25.