Slaven Popov has increased his chip lead, he bet 475,000 on the turn of a board, Maximilian Senft called before checking the river. Popov responded before moving all in, Senft tanked for several minutes before folding face up.
On a flop of Mikkel Nielsen was in the small blind and checked it over to current chip leader Daniel Dvoress who bet 85,000. Nielsen made the call and they went to the turn card .
Nielsen then check-called a bet of 185,000 from Dvoress and they saw a river card . A final check from Nielsen saw a further bet of a chunky 325,000 and although he looked like he didn’t love it Nielsen made the call. Dvoress tabled having hit top pair but the flush of Nielsen was good.
Spanish November Niner Andoni Larrabe might be among the most relaxed finalists of this November's WSOP Main Event final table. Larrabe has played a few events here in Barcelona, but for the most part he's been relaxing after making the biggest final table of the year. Here's his story.