Louis Salter made it 125,000 and Sinan Aydogan shipped it in for 560,000. Salter made the call with the and was behind Aydogan's until Salter found much joy on the flop, making a pair and picking up the nut flush draw.
The turn brought the meaningless , but the river was just what Aydogan needed, as he doubled through Salter to get healthy once again.
Easily the most aggressive player in the final nine so far, Louis Salter has taken the lead.
He raised over the top of a Jacob Elmore Dahl open to take down one pot uncontested. A little later he simply jammed the button into shorter stacked Sinan Aydogan's big blind, taking that one down as well.
Then, moments ago, he was willing to get it all in for all of Alexandre Thomas' chips with the . Thomas had the and they chopped the pot.
Kevin Blackwood raised to 110,000 from the button and Jacob Elmore Dahl called from the big blind to set up a heads-up flop of . Dahl check-called a continuation bet worth 120,000 before both players checked through the turn. On the river, the American fired a bet of 180,000 and Blackwood tapped the table before folding.
One hand later, Blackwood raised to 110,000 from the cutoff and Louis Salter called in the big blind. The flop saw Salter check-call 120,000 and then check through the turn. Blackwood checked behind and folded to the bet of 255,000 by Salter on the river.