|Prize Pool||150,000,000 RUB|
|Blinds||40,000 / 80,000|
Here are the chip counts from the final four as they head off on a 20-minute break.
Hand #67: Vladimir Troyanovskiy opened to 85,000 fromt he button with . Dmitry Vitkind defended his big blind with . The flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and again both players checked. The river was the and Vitkind check-folded to a bet of 100,000 from his opponent.
Hand #68: Pavel Shirshikov raised to 90,000 from the button with and Seyed Ghavam defended his big blind with . The flop was and both players checked. The turn was the and Shirshikov folded after Ghavam bet.
Hand #69: Ghavam limped from the small blind with but folded to a raise from Troyanovskiy who held .
Hand #66: Lavrentiy Ni open-jammed from the cutoff with for 385,000, getting a call from Troyanovskiy in the small blind with . Pavel Shirshikov grabbed a handful of chips and three-bet to 875,000 holding . Troyanovskiy folded.
A classic race for Ni’s tournament life was underway. The dealer fanned out a board, giving Shirshikov a flush on the turn and Ni’s Main Event run came to an end in fifth place. For his efforts, Ni received RUB 8,535,000 or approximately USD $151,017.
Hand #64: Lavrentiy Ni limped small blind with . Seyed Ghavam with called the big blind. A flop of saw Ni bet 45,000 and Ghavam raised to 130,000. Ni then responded with a three-bet to 215,000 and Ghavam called. The turn was the .
Ni moved all in and Ghavam called.
The river was the
Ni was left with fewer that 10 big blinds.
Hand #65: Seyed Ghavam limped from the small blind with and Vladimir Troyanovskiy checked in the big blind holding . The flop was and both players checked, getting the for free.
Ghavam led for 45,000, and Troyanovskiy raised to 165,000. Ghavam then three-bet to 370,000 and Troyanovskiy flatted. The river brought the into the mix and both players checked. Troyanovskiy’s two-pair was good.
Hand #59: Dmitry Vitkind raised to 90,000 with the on the button and scooped the blinds and antes.
Hand #60: Lavrentiy Ni raised to 85,000 with on the button and Vladimir Troyanovskiy defended the big blind with . The flop fell and Troyanovskiy checked, Ni continued for 85,000 and Troyanovskiy check-raised to 255,000.
Ni called and the appeared on the turn. Troyanovskiy bet 335,000 for almost half the pot and Ni called to see the river pair the board. Troyanovskiy checked and Ni checked behind to drop down further in the counts.
Hand #61: Seyed Ghavam raised to 85,000 with on the button and Pavel Shirshikov three-bet to 265,000 in the big blind with . Ghavam let go and the pot was shipped to Shirshikov.
Hand #62: Shirshikov picked up in the small blind and raised to 130,000, Dmity Vitkind folded the in the big blind.
Hand #63: Shirshikov raised to 100,000 with from the button and Ni defended the big blind with . On a flop of , Ni checked and Shirshikov continued for 125,000 to force a fold from Ni.
Hand #54: Dmitry Vitkind raised to 90,000 from the cutoff. Lavrentiy Ni three-bet to 235,000 from the button with . Vitkind folded.
Hand #55: Ni raised to 85,000 from the button. Seyed Ghavam three-bet from the small blind with to 235,000. Ni folded.
Hand #56: Ni raised to 85,000 from the cutoff with and the remaining players folded.
Hand #57: Vladimir Troyanovksiy raised to 85,000 from the button with . The blinds folded and Troyanovskiy took down the pot.
Hand #58: Vitkind limped from the small blind with and Ni raised to 125,000 from the big blind with . The flop came and Vitkind checked to Ni who bet 145,000. Vitkind called. The turn was the and Ni bet again for 365,000. Vitkind called.
The river was the and both players checked. Vitkind took down the pot and boosted his stack to around 2.75m.
Hand #53: Troyanovskiy open to 85,000 with from early position and Bubnov called in the big blind holding . The flop came and Troy continued with a bet of 80,000. Bubnov thought for a moment before moving all-in and Troyanovskiy snap-called, putting Bubnov at risk.
The fell on the turn giving Bubnov a few more outs but the river bricked and Bubnov became the first casualty of Day 6. The Spin & Go qualifier picked up RUB 6,570,000 or USD $116,249, monstrously his largest cash ever.