|Blinds||100,000 / 250,000|
Players Info - Day 3
Tzu Huang raised to 450,000 from the button and Jim Petzing three-bet jammed for 3,415,000 from the small blind. Michael Trivett reshoved from the big blind for about 15,300,000 and Huang called for less, putting at risk about 5,500,000.
The runout was and Petzing tripled up while Trivett raked in the side pot, eliminating Huang from the tournament in 3rd place for $98,912.
On a flop reading , Jim Petzing checked from the big blind and Michael Trivett bet 300,000 from the button. Petzing check-raised to 800,000 and Trivett added the remainder to call.
The turn brought the and Petzing fired a bet of 800,000 that Trivett called.
The completed the board and Petzing fired another bet of 800,000. Trivett called. Petzing showed for a pair of queens but that wasn't good enough as Trivett turned over to win the pot with a pair of kings.
Michael Trivett opened to 400,000 from the cutoff and Jim Petzing three-bet jammed for about 2,700,000 from the small blind. Zachary Donovan called for less from the big blind and Trivett let it go.
Donovan was ahead, however the flop fell giving Petzing the lead with a pair of aces. The turn and river filled up the board and Petzing took down the pot with aces and nines, eliminating Donovan in 4th place for $74,098.
Michael Trivett limped from the small blind and Tzu Huang checked.
The dealer fanned a flop of and action went check-check to the turn. Trivett checked again but Huang bet 575,000. Trivett check-called.
The filled up the board and Trivett checked for a third time. Huang fired a bet of 1,000,000 and Trivett went deep into the tank, staring at his opponent, but chose to fold.
Zachary Donovan limped from the small blind and Michael Trivett checked.
A flop reading was dealt and Donovan bet 160,000. Trivett called.
The turn was and was checked through to the river. Donovan threw in a bet of 275,000 and Trivett called. Donovan tabled and Trivett turned over to win the pot with queens and tens.
Tzu Huang raised to 320,000 from the button and Zachary Donovan called from the big blind.
The dealer fanned a flop of and Donovan check-called a bet of 300,000 from Huang.
The turn fell the and action went check-check to the river. Donovan checked again but Huang fired 500,000. Donovan check-called. Huang showed for kings and queens with a seven kicker but Donovan revealed for kings and queens with an eight kicker to win the pot.