|Blinds||125,000 / 250,000|
There comes a time when a man can only take so much of being pushed around. The limit for Bruno Jais was two hands.
He opened to 325,000 but folded when faced with a three-bet to 720,000 from Vuong Than Trong. The very next hand he opened and was three-bet by the same player again. No more he thought in his mind. He four-bet shoved for 3.75m and the chip leader ran away.
|Vuong Than Trong||8,505,000||-40,000|
Olivier Rogez had folded his way down to 200k and was just about all in from the big blind when Vadzim Kursevich opened to 325k.
Paul Guichard flatted before Rogez finally called all in.
The flop came and after Kursevich checked and Guichard pushed him off the side pot with a bet, the cards were revealed.
It was for Guichard and for Rogez, and although he picked up some hope after the turn, the river sealed Rogez' fate.
A few more folds from Olivier Rogez have left him with just more than one big blind.
|Vuong Than Trong||8,545,000||1,850,000|
All the action has been pre flop since this level started. A lot of raise and take, and a couple of three-bets. The best hand that happened saw a four-bet shove from Vuong Than Trong to take a pot down.
He opened to 340,000 from the cut-off to face a three-bet to 785,000 from Vadzim Kursevich on the button. Than Trong was having none of that sort of behavior though and four-bet shoved. Fold from Kursevich.
|Vuong Than Trong||6,695,000|
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