2014-08-26 19:35 UTC+2
Ji Zhang opened for an unusual 200,000 and was three-bet from the small blind by Samuel Phillips to 575,000. Zhang moved all in and Phillips snap called and tabled
but reeled away from the table when he saw the of Zhang.
The cards ran out
and Zhang won a huge pot.
Samuel Phillips Ji Zhang
2014-08-26 19:27 UTC+2
The last Brit in the Main Event was Mark Wagstaff who was eliminated in 21st place earlier today. However, he's thoroughly enjoyed his second EPT experience as the
PokerStars Blog discovered.
2014-08-26 19:26 UTC+2
Having lost several pots to Samuel Philips, Kiryl Radzivonau just won back to back pots in the beginning of his fightback.
Phillips opened to 175,000 on the button and Bram Haenraets made it 355,000 in the small blind before Radzivonau cold four-bet all in from the big blind to win the pot.
The next hand saw Phillips raise to 175,000 from the cutoff and Radzivonau made it 500,000 in the small blind, Phillips folded once more.
2014-08-26 19:13 UTC+2
Andrey Shatilov was in the small blind and check-raised Dominik Panka to 340,000 on a flop of
. Panka made the call and they saw a turn card .
Shatilov checked and Panka bet 450,000 into a pot of 900,000. Shatilov gave it up and a decent pot was shipped to Panka.
Dominik Panka Andrey Shatilov
2014-08-26 19:08 UTC+2
Andre Leattau is the shortest stack of the remaining players and has been biding his time. His rail broke out in a round of applause and he threw his arms in the air in celebration as he received a walk in the big blind and collected the antes and the small blind with no effort at all.
2014-08-26 18:56 UTC+2
Samuel Phillips opened to 160,000 preflop and Ji Zhang meant to call on the button but instead threw out 250,000 and it was counted as a raise. Pawel Brzeski then four-bet to 615,000, Phillips folded, but Zhang made the call.
The flop was
and Brzeski led out for 375,000 before Zhang shoved for over 3 million. Brzeski rechecked his cards, shook his head and folded.
2014-08-26 18:46 UTC+2
Bram Haenraets opened for 175,000 and faced a shove from big blind Pawel Brzeski totalling 1,700,000.
Haenraets was torn as to what to do. He counted out the calling chips and eventualy pushed them over the line. Brzeski showed
and Haenraets held .
Haenraets had a chance to knock out another opponent but the final board of [5rd 3h kd kh td] gave Brzeski a double up and put a smile on his face again.
Pawel Brzeski Bram Haenraets
2014-08-26 18:25 UTC+2
Robert Schulz - 13th Place
Hossein Ensan was in the small blind and Robert Schulz was in the big blind when they clashed all in preflop with Schultz the player at risk.
Ensan had the
and Schulz tabled .
The final board read
with the turn card spelling doom for Schulz.
Hossein Ensan Robert Schulz
2014-08-26 18:19 UTC+2
Andre Leattau opened for 160,000 and Bram Haenraets defended his big blind. The two players went to the flop of
. Haenraets checked and Leattau continued for 180,000.
The turn card was the
and Haenraets checked it over to Leattau again who bet 375,000. Haenraets bet enough to set his opponent in and Lattau’s cards hit the muck in quick time.
Andre Leattau Bram Haenraets