Sarah talks to "KaBoomPow" about a recent prop bet that seems so fitting when you witness her contagious personality.
On a flop, Mikita Badziakouski checked the big blind to Erik Friberg on the button, who bet 7,000. Badziakouski check-raised to 24,000 and received a call.
On the turn, the Belarusian high staker slowed down and checked. Friberg bet 24,000 and Badziakouski check-called.
The river was the and after a minute, Friberg went all in for 75,300.
"Sorry, I haven't checked?" said Badziakouski. The dealer was staring at Friberg, assuming Badziakouski had checked, to which the Swede reacted.
The floor got called over and it was ruled the bet would stand if Badziakouski wouldn't change the action. However, if Badziakouski would bet any amount, the bet would be taken back.
The Belarusian spent minutes agonizing over the situation in front of him.
"You can call one minute on me," Badziakouski told the floor who was still standing by. After a minute had gone by, Badziakouski still wasn't able to come up with a decision and his hand was declared dead.
"If that was a bluff it was the best bluff of all time," quipped tablemate Ryan Riess after the hand.
|Mikita Badziakouski||partypoker Ambassador||160,000||123,200|
In a battle of the blinds, Zinan Xu limped from the small blind and called a raise by Luke Brereton. Xu check-called bets on all streets of a board and faced the shove of the Brit on the river. Xu eventually called all in for 56,600 and Brereton was caught with the fingers in the cookie jar.
Xu turned over for the nut flush and Brereton's was revealed.
|Martin Aasen Lunde||180,000||-5,400|
Daan Mulders was first to act and raised to 4,800. Two positions down, Dario Sammartino called and small blind Jussi Nevanlinna called as well.
Nevanlinna checked on and Mulders bet 7,600. Sammartino called, Nevanlinna folded.
Mulders didn't back down on the turn and bet 16,000. Sammartino called again and called Mulders' 39,200 river shove as well when the hit.
Mulders showed for the rivered two-pair, Sammartino mucked (a bit frustrated) but his was revealed by the dealer.
The camera crews rushed to the table of Sebastian Malec after the defending champion announced all in out of the blinds. Zinan Xu took a long time before opting to call and Malec turned over . Xu only had but spiked a jack on the turn to eliminate Malec in the penultimate level of Day 2.
In a battle of the blinds, Sergei Koliakov shoved from the small blind for just over 15 big blinds and Kilian Hyun Woo Loeffler called in the big blind.
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The n flop left Koliakov in desperate shape, and the turn and river changed nothing anymore.
|Kilian Hyun Woo Loeffler||220,000||154,000|
|Aaron Rivero Daly||260,000||159,300|
|Jeff Gross||partypoker Twitch Team||21,000||-19,700|
With three people to a flop, action was checked to Mark Roovers on the button. He bet 8,000 and Rafael Bertani was the only caller. On the turn, Bertani led for 18,000 and Roovers swiftly called.
The river was the and Bertani checked. Roovers opted for 30,000, which Bertani called within seconds.
Roovers showed for kings and queens and his Brazilian adversary mucked.
Nicolas Chouity lost a big pot after coming back from the break and was left with fumes. He was then spotted all in and at risk preflop and two players including Markus Grabher were still to act on the flop. Grabher bet to force out the third player and the cards were tabled.
The on the turn instantly left Chouity drawing dead, making the river a formality.