From under the gun Giuseppe Zarbo made it 1,000 to play and Laurent Bourgois, to his direct left, called. The next player folded but Emil Patel raised the action to 3,600, which folded out the players still to act and the two active players also.
Action folded to Fabrice De Carbon and he raised to 1,500. Martins Adeniya was in the next seat and reraised to 4,000. De Carbon made the call to see the flop come down . Both players checked and the turn was the . De Carbon bet 4,000 and Adeniya called.
The completed the board on the river and De Carbon checked with around 12,000 left. Adeniya set him all in. De Carbon tanked for a bit, but eventually folded his hand and Adeniya won the pot.
Phil Hellmuth has taken his seat and is already moaning and slamming the table. As usual the media has flocked to him and they have had to be reminded of WSOP rules that state the media cannot stay at any table for longer than five minutes.
Mark Radoja raised to 1,000 from the hijack then called when Will "The Thrill" Failla three-bet to 2,100 in the cuttoff. The flop fell and Radoja check-folded when Failla bet 3,000.
Jason Mercier opened the betting with a raise to 800 in the cutoff seat, Chris Moorman was on the button and he called, as did Vaness Rousso in the big blind.
Flop: - Rousso checked, Mericer checked, Moorman took a stab with a 1,950 bet and Rousso snap-called. Mercier also called.
Turn: - All three players checked the turn.
River: - Rousso lead into the boys with a 3,400 bet, and both Mericer and Moorman quickly got out of the way.
They're obviously not fish but it made the title sound better, didn't it?
|John Duthie||partypoker Advisory Board||52,000||4,850|
Joining the action on a board reading Vamplew checked in the big blind position and November Nine member Ben Lamb checked behind in the cutoff seat.
The river saw the make an appearance and Vamplew bet into Lamb, pushing 3,150 over the betting line. Lamb looked at the young Scot then mucked his hand.
Martin Jacobson got the betting started with a raise to 1,000 from late position. Damien Cayet called in the small blind but Pierre Neuville set the price to play at 6,500. This was too much for Jacobson to call and he folded but Cayet made the call.
Flop: - Cayet checked, Neuville continued to 7,500 and Cayet folded. Easy game!
Some chip counts for you fine people.
|Isaac Haxton||partypoker Ambassador||25,800||-5,600|
The action folded to Maxim Semisoshenko in the cutoff and he raised to 1,025. David Vamplew, on the button, made the call. The flop came down and Semisoshenko made a continuation bet of 1,400 and Vamplew wasted no time and made the call.
The turn was the and both players checked and when the river came down Semisoshenko checked, Vamplew bet 3,500 and was called.