From middle position Nicolas Fierro raised to 9,000 getting called by only Solomon who was in the small blind. the flop came down and both players checked.
The turn was the (we missed the card, but it was a blank) and Solomon lead out for 12,000. Fierro made the call giving us river action. On the river the appeared and once again Solomon lead out, making it 15,000. Fierro tanked for a bit and raised to 50,000. Solomon lifted his cards up, looked at them intensely and came up with a call.
Fierro showed and raked in the pot bringing up back up to
Jarred Solomon raised to 13,000 getting called only by Nicolas Fierro who was in the big blind. The flop came down and Fierro check called the 21,000 bet. On the turn, the , and the river, the , both players checked and Fierro took down the pot with .
From the button Philippe Boucher raised to 12,000 and within seconds Alexander Dovzhenko decided to pot it from the small blind. The total bet was 40,000 and after thinking for a bit Boucher decided to four-bet pot to 126,000. Dovzhenko folded his cards and Boucher showed .
After Dovzhenko showed agression earlier it was Boucher who just took advantage of the Ukrainian's style. This final table is a really close battle and it's still anyones game.
Jack Ellwood is down to a little more than 100,000 after getting pushed off another pot by Michel Dattani.
The Brit raised to 13,000 from the hijack and called when Dattani three-bet to 33,000 from the cut-off. The flop came down and Ellwood checked to face a 50,000 bet. He gave a "That flop couldn't have been worse for me" look and folded.
From the under the gun position Nicolas Fierro raised to 13,000 to start off the action. Philippe Boucher threw in a three-bet to 32,000 and after Dovzhenko and Solomon folded it was Jack Ellwood who pushed all-in for around 85,000 chips. Boucher snap-called after Fierro folded.
The flop brought out leaving Ellwood with very little chances. The turn was the and sealed the deal for the young Brit who took home €19,181. Not bad for his first even live PLO tournament and as Ellwood left the stage the river brought out the .
Philippe Boucher, fresh with Jack Ellwood chips, raised to 12,000 from the cut-off. Jarred Solomon was in the small blind and three-bet to 42,000 out of a 147,000 stack. When the action was back on the Canadian he potted it up to 132,000.
Solomon didn't look too happy at the spot he had put himself in and mumbled, "Got a really bad hand. It was such a good spot though." After a few minutes he said, "I'm getting two-to-one; let's gamble" and committed the rest of his chips. Call.
The board ran to make Boucher's pair of tens the winning hand. He claimed the South African's scalp and moved into the chip lead.