Francois Billard opened for 210,000 under the gun and action folded to Viacheslav Goryachev in the cutoff. Goryachev shoved for 850,000 and Simon Deadman inquired a count. He eventually folded and so did both blinds. Billard made the call.
The flop heavily favored Goryachev, but Billard (and Schemion) kept some hope after the hit the turn. The river as a face card but not the right one for the Frenchman; .
Andrey Zaichenko opened to 215,000 from under the gun as the action folded around to in the small blind. He shrugged his shoulders before moving all in for his last 355,000 in chips. Simon Deadman folded in the small blind and Zaichenko called.
The board ran out to see Goryachev hold with his over pair to stay alive.
Andrey Zaichenko opened for 200,000 from the cutoff and, after some consideration, Ole Schemion shoved all in from the button for 285,000. Laurynas Levinskas called from the big blind, Zaichenko called for 85,000 more as well.
Both players checked the entire board of . "Club anyone?" asked an afraid Schemion. "I have an eight" said Levinskas while showing . Schemion tabled for the flopped straight and Zaichenko mucked his .
Simon Deadman raised to 200,000 from the cut off before Ole Schemion moved all in for 2.05 million from the small blind. With the big blind getting out of the way, Deadman made the call with his 1.71 million stack at risk.
The board ran out to see Deadman spike an ace on the river to win the hand with a higher pair.
The action started with Francois Billard raising to 160,000 from under the gun. Andrey Zaichenko then bumped it up to 400,000 from the button. Joao Vieira was in the big blind and was all in for his remaining 60,000 in chips. Billard then made the call before the dealer spread out the .
The two live players then checked before doing the same after the dropped on the turn. With the completing the board, Billard bet out 300,000 and was snap called.
Zaichenko rolled over for a pair of aces and ended up chopping the main pot with Billard who tabled for the same hand.
Vieira still hadn’t looked at his hand. He squeezed the first and then allowed Ole Schemion to his left to peal his other card. It was the which was no help to Vieira who took his elimination in high spirits as he made his way to the pay out desk to collect his six figure sum.
The action folded around to Ole Schemion on the button who moved all in for his last 720,000 in chips. Joao Vieira then moved all in from the small blind for 840,000 which was to much for Francois to commit from the big blind.
The board ran out to see Schemion make a flush on the turn and double up.
Vieira drops down to just 120,000 in chips good for 1.5 big blinds.
Andrey Zaichenko opened for 175,000 and Francois Billard in the small blind made the call. Laurynas Levinskas in the big blind came along and the three of them saw a flop.
Levinskas checked to initial raiser Zaichenko who continued for 225,000. Billard was quick to fold but Levinskas cut out a couple of black chips, added some 25's and slid 575,000 total forward. Zaichenko made the call.
The hit the turn and Levinskas now bet half a million. Zaichenko grabbed a 20-stack of 25,000 chips and made the call.
The completed the board and without much hesitation Levinskas shoved all in. Zaichenko asked for a count, but folded after found out it was 1,590,000 to call.
"Nice hand" said Zaichenko. "Show!" laughed Schemion. Levinskas revealed the and grabbed all the chips.
The action folded around to Ole Schemion on the button who moved all in for his remaining 605,000 in chips. Francois Billard was on the big blind and thought about his decision for a minute before finally releasing his hand.
Schemion flashed his before raking in the pot to move up to 795,000 in chips.