|Espen Uhlen Jorstad||15,962,668||-107,500|
|Average Chip Stack||6,793,103|
|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Players Info - Day 1a
The 93 remaining players have been sent for another 5-minute break. Four more players need to bust before the rest will be making Day 2 and cash in the Main Event.
On a completed board of , Oleg Vasylchenko made it 942,018 to go with a pot of 2,854,600 until then. Steve O'Dwyer was the only opponent left and tank-called to get shown the for trips tens by Vasylchenko.
That ended up winning the pot as O'Dwyer mucked and dropped below the average.
|Jaime Staples||partypoker Twitch Team||8,449,612||-327,500|
Marco Baldini raised from the middle position and Espen Uhlen Jorstad three-bet to 1,176,000 from the big blind which Baldini called.
The flop came , Jorstad continued with a bet of 630,000 and was called again.
The turn was the and Jorstad bet enough to put Baldini all-in who took some time but then opted to fold.
|Espen Uhlen Jorstad||16,070,168||16,392|
Rodrigo Selouan raise-called a three-bet by chip leader Daniel Dvoress and then folded on a nine-high flop.
Up next, Dvoress min-raised to 280,000 and Christian Rudolph three-bet to 980,000. Dvoress made the call and check-folded the flop. Both tangled again in the very same three-bet spot. However, this time it was Dvoress who won a pot of more than 3.3 million as Rudolph let go on the turn.
Joining the action on the turn with 1,232,000 in the middle, Robert Heidorn checked out of the big blind. Oleg Vasylchenko bet 776,160 on the button and Heidorn invested some precious seconds of his time bank before making the call.
The on the river was checked and Heidorn rolled over , which Vasylchenko had beat with the .
Daniel Dvoress min-raised and picked up a call by Jeremy Saderne in the cutoff. Rodrigo Selouan jammed his short stack of around 1 million out of the small blind and was called by Dvoress and Saderne.
On the flop, Dvoress check-called a bet worth 753,192 by Saderne and did so again on the turn for 840,000. The river was checked by both active players and Selouan tabled the . That ended up securing a triple up, as Dvoress' was third-best, Selouan won the side pot against the Canadian with .
Down to 11 blinds, Jiri Kocab jammed it in from the under the gun position and was called by Steve O'Dwyer in the cutoff.
Kocab tabled the and was trailing against O'Dwyer's . However, he spiked top pair on the flop and made that top two pair on the turn. Only a ten could help O'Dwyer and the river was a blank .
|Jaime Staples||partypoker Twitch Team||8,777,112||177,000|
Play has slowed down a bit as all 94 remaining players are trying to make Day 2 which also means that they will min-cash.
The board read with 2,900,000 in the middle.
Arnaud Enselme bet 2,320,000 from the big blind for Daniel Lazrus to consider his options for a bit from the button but he opted to fold.
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