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Rustem Muratov Eliminated in Sixth Place (€128,200)

[user265690] • Level 27: 25,000-50,000, 5,000 ante
Rustem Muratov

Although he had a chip and chair there would be no miracle comeback for Rustem Muratov.

He did manage to quadruple up with pocket kings against Harry Law's {A-Hearts}{6-Hearts}. The next hand he moved all-in for 40,000 with {6-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}, Oliver Price raised the button with {A-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} and got calls from Harry Law with {J-Hearts}{9-Hearts} and Eugene Katchalov with {K-Diamonds}{10-Spades}.

On the {4-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{10-Clubs} flop Price bet 125,000 and Katchalov was the only caller. The {8-Spades} turn improved Price to trips but both players checked, then the {4-Hearts} hit the river. Katchalov checked to Price who bet 320,000. Jon Spinks thought that Price's bet was too big to get paid off, but Katchalov called and saw the bad news.

So Muratov is gone in sixth, whilst Katchalov is now the shortest stack of the five remaining players.

Hand Analysis

With Rustem Muratov all in, an interesting dynamic was created as Oliver Price and Eugene Katchalov found themselves vying for what became a considerable side pot. Read more about the strategy involved in this hand on Learn.PokerNews in "Lessons from EPT10 Deauville: Side Pot Action After All In."

Player Chips Progress
Oliver Price gb
Oliver Price
gb 3,775,000 610,000
Eugene Katchalov ua
Eugene Katchalov
ua 1,735,000 -1,035,000
Rustem Muratov ru
Rustem Muratov
ru Busted

Tags: Eugene KatchalovOliver PriceRustem Muratov