Albert Daher opened on the button and small blind Ondrej Vinklarek had a look at big blind Kent Lundmark’s small stack. They were the two short stacks at the table. Vinklarek went all in and Lundmark folded. Daher however made the call with , Vinklarek showed . The cards ran out . Daher hit the flop, the turn was Vinklarek’s but Daher spiked the trips on the river to finish off his opponent.
Ondrej Vinklarek opened for 48,000 and was called by Dominik Pańka in the big blind. The flop was . Pańka checked and Vinklarek bet 50,000 which was called. The turn was the and now Pańka led out for 95,000 which Vinklarek called. The river was the and Pańka bet again, this time 160,000. Vinklarek made the call and Pańka showed him . Vinklarek just shook his head.
Kent Lundmark opened to 50,000 preflop and Ondrej Vinklarek made the call in the big blind, the Czech player opting to check-call a 45,000 bet on the board. The turn and river were checked down and Vinklarek won the pot with
A couple of hands later and Lundmark raised to 65,000 in the small blind with Dominik Panka calling in the big. The flop saw Lundmark continue with a 65,000 bet but he quickly folded when Panka made it 140,000.
Ondrej Vinklarek opened for 48,000 and Martin Schleich moved all in. Albert Daher was in the big blind and, having checked the bet and Vinklarek’s stack, he too moved all in. Vinklarek thought about it but folded. Schleich had shoved with and Daher flipped over his . The cards ran out . A sweat on the turn but Daher’s aces were good and Schleich shook hands before leaving.
Dominik Pańka opened for 40,000 under-the-gun and Davidi Kitai raised from the small blind to 101,000. Kent Lundmark folded the big blind and now Pańka four-bet to 220,000. Back to Kitai who studied his man and looked slightly concerned at what Pańka might be up to. A minute passed and Kitai announced he was all in. Pańka checked his cards, just in case, and made the call with . Kitai turned over . The cards ran out . the aces were good and Kitai was out of his chair to shake his opponents hand and off to collect his winning.
Dominik Pańka completed from the small blind and Albert Daher raised to 75,000 from the big blind. If Pańka had been laying a trap he sprang it now with a raise to 188,000. It took Daher a while to decide what he was going to do, or at least it seemed that way, and he eventually let the hand go.