Hand #16: Isaac Baron raised to 65,000 in the cutoff and took the pot down.
Hand #17: Javed Abrahams raised to 75,000 and was called by Jonas Entin in the small blind and Michal Maryska in the big blind. Abrahams continuation-bet 150,000 on the flop when checked to, and he took the pot.
Hand #18: Miltiadis Kyriakides raised to 60,000 under the gun, and Entin potted to 215,000 on the button. Kyriakides' cards followed the blinds' into the muck.
Hand #19: Michael Shklover made it 70,000 and was called by Kyriakides in the big blind. After two checks, the board read , and Kyriakides bet 30,000. Shklover made it 125,000, and Kyriakides raised hi eyebrows before calling. The completed the board, and Kyriakides folded to 275,000.
Hand #20: Shklover raised to 70,000 and won the pot.
Hand #21: Six players saw flop for the minimum, and everyone checked. Action went the same on the , and a finished the community. Kyriakides bet 75,000 from the button after five more checks. Pat Walsh was the only caller, but he couldn't beat the for a straight to the eight.
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Hand #6: Marko Neumann raised to 75,000 and took the pot.
Hand #7: Four players saw a flop for the minimum, and Michal Maryska bet 85,000 out of the big blind. Nobody called.
Hand #8: Pat Walsh raised to 105,000 from middle position, and Maryska called. On the flop, Walsh bet 225,000 when checked to, and Maryska called to see a turn. Maryska decided to lead out at this point, firing 420,000. Walsh potted to put his opponent all in.
Maryska tanked for a good few minutes before ultimately laying it down.
Hand #9: Miltiadis Kyriakides raised to 60,000 under the gun. That drove everyone else out, and he showed .
Hand #10: Isaac Baron raised to 70,000, and Kyriakides defended his big blind. The flop brought , and a bet of 95,000 from Baron. Kyriakides raised to 250,000, Baron folded, and Kyriakides got the better of him again.
Hand #11: Pat Walsh limped under the gun, and Javed Abrahams called in middle position, Kyriakides completed, and Marko Neumann checked. Walsh bet 125,000 on the flop and took it down.
Hand #4: Michal Maryska raised to 52,000 in middle position and Marko Neumann called on the button. Pat Walsh three-bet the pot from the small blind, Maryska called and Neumann folded.
The flop fell and Walsh bet 350,000. Maryska called to see the turn where Walsh fired 800,000. After about 90 seconds in the tank, Maryska gave it up.
Hand #5: Miltiadis Kyriakides raised to 50,000 in the hijack and was called by Michael Shklover in the big blind.
The flop fell and Shklover check-called 50,000 from Kyriakides to see the turn. Shklover checked to Kyriakides who bet 125,000. Shklover check-raised to 350,000, Kyriakides called and both players checked the river.
Shklover tabled , but it was second best to Kyriakides' for trip deuces.
Hand #1: Isaac Baron opened for 60,000 in middle position, and Miltiadis Kyriakides called in the big blind. Kyriakides check-called 75,000 on the flop. He then bet out 175,000 on the turn, and Baron folded.
Hand #2: Michal Maryska raised to 52,000 in the cutoff and took it down.
Hand #3: Marko Neumann limped in from the small blind, and Pat Walsh checked. Both players checked the flop, and Neumann bet 32,000 on the . Walsh called, and both players checked the . Neumann tabled for a pair of eights, but Walsh had caught him with for two pair.