The 108 remaining players have gone for another 5-minute break. Another 19 players need to bust before the day ends for today.
|Average Chip Stack||6,793,103|
|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Players Info - Day 1a
In the last hand prior to the scheduled five-minute break, Jaime Staples led the turn for 1.2 million out of the big blind. Blaz Zerjav called from the under-the-gun position and they headed to the river.
Staples quickly got the last 3 million in, which covered Zerjav. After spending some time in the think tank, Zerjav folded and Staples chipped back up without showdown.
|Jaime Staples||partypoker Twitch Team||7,637,612||1,944,200|
Only 109 players remain as the following hopefuls all ran out of chips recently.
|Duco Ten Haven||Busted|
Espen Uhlen Jorstad was sitting in the middle position and had called the shove of Anna Nikolay in the cutoff for the 2,011,302 she had behind while the rest of the table had laid their cards away.
Espen Uhlen Jorstad:
The board ran out for Nikolay to flop two pair but to not bring any further help as Jorstad held with the higher two pair.
|Espen Uhlen Jorstad||16,081,276|
The action started with a raise to 210,000 by Robert Heidorn and Jaime Staples came along from one seat over. Blaz Zerjav then jammed for 19 big blinds in the hijack and Jiri Kocab reshoved in the cutoff for almost 34 big blinds, which isolated successfully.
The pair held thanks to a board of to keep Zerjav in contention.
|Jaime Staples||partypoker Twitch Team||5,693,412||-1,403,400|
Luciano Hollanda was all-in from the button and called by Gergo Hegedus in the big blind with the bigger stack.
The board ran out for Hegedus to flop top pair and improve to trips on the river to eliminate Hollanda.
Aleksejs Ponakovs was in dire shape when his clashed with the of Jonathan Proudfoot. However, that all changed thanks to a board of as the mighty deuce secured the double.
Brazil's Eder Campana took a flip with the from under the gun and faced off against table neighbor Dominykas Mikolaitis. The Lithuanian had two overcards in and got there right away on the flop.
Neither the turn nor the river changed anything and Campana was done for the night.
Jonathan Wall raised to 180,000 from the hijack and Dzmitry Urbanovich three-bet to 560,000 from the cutoff. Benjamin Juhasz four-bet shoved for 2,326,871 from the button. The blinds folded and Wall responded with a five-bet shove with the bigger stack for Urbanovich to fold.
The flop came for both players to hit a set but for Wall to stay ahead with the aces.
The turn was the which didn't change the possible outcome and neither did the on the river.
|Dzmitry Urbanovich||partypoker Sponsored Pro||2,699,954||951,977|