APPT Macau High Rollers Event

Andrew Scott Eliminated

Andrew Scott on the rail for the second time today
Andrew Scott on the rail for the second time today
Andrew Scott committed the last of his chips holding {A-?}{K-?} to Lee Nelson's {9-Clubs}{8-Clubs} on a {k-Clubs}{8-Diamonds}{2-Clubs} board.

When a club fell on the turn, Scott joined Theo Tran in being the second player to be eliminated from two tournaments today.

Chip Counts

Here are some of the updated counts:

Gap Young Kim - 450,000
Jonathan Karamalikis - 254,000
JJ Liu - 170,000
Sean Keeton - 158,000
Daniel Schriber - 155,000
Will Ma - 150,000
Yevgeniy Timoshenko - 150,000

Chen Loves The Ladies

Double for Chen
Double for Chen
Vivek Rajkumar opened to 4,100 before Andrew Chen made it 11,000 to go.

Rajkumar moved all in and Chen called for his tournament life.

Rajkumar: {3-Clubs}{3-Hearts}
Chen: {Q-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds}

The board ran out 5s}{4-Spades}{j-Hearts}{8-Diamonds}{9-Clubs} to see Chen double through to 140,000 as Rajkumar slips to around 40,000 and change.

Four-Bet Good For Karamalikis

Jonathan Karamalikis in action
Jonathan Karamalikis in action
JC Tran opened to 4,000 from under the gun before a player on the button made it 12,000 to go.

With the action on Jonathan Karamalikis he deliberated for near on two minutes before re-raising to 32,000.

Tran quickly folded, but the player caught in the middle tanked for nearly four minutes before releasing his hand to see Karamalikis take down the pot and move to just under 240,000 in chips.

Nathaniel Seet Eliminated

Nathaniel Seet on the rail
Nathaniel Seet on the rail
With the action folding round to JJ Liu in the small blind, she made it 3,200 to go.

Nathaniel Seet pushed the action to 31,000 - leaving himself only 6,000 behind.

Liu thought for a while before pushing all in and Seet obliged with his last 6,000.

Liu: {6-Spades}{6-Clubs}
Seet: {A-Clubs}{2-Clubs}

The board ran out {2-Spades}{4-Spades}{Q-Spades}{8-Diamonds}{9-Clubs} to see Seet hit the rail as Liu climbs to 160,000 in chips.

Kagawa Bluffs Himself To Elimination

Masa Kagawa eliminated
Masa Kagawa eliminated
After speaking to table Michael Marvanek it has been revealed that Masa Kagawa has bluffed himself to elimination.

Holding just Ace-high Kagawa pushed all his chips in on the river on a very connected board.

His opponent made the call holding a middle pair of sevens and Kagawa's Ace-high went flying into the muck.

Kinkade KO'D

Jay 'Seabeast' Kinkade has been eliminated when his top pair holding {k-?}{Q-?} was unable to improve against an opponent's {A-?}{A-?}.