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Lacay Dents Piasecki

Adrian Piasecki is the short stack after he lost a big pot to Ludovic Lacay, who in turn has caught up with Jason Lavallee.

Lacay opened the pot from under the gun with a raise to 160,000 and was only called by the Pole from the cut-off.

The flop fell {k-Hearts}{9-Hearts}{5-Spades} and Piasecki bet 195,000 when the action was checked to him. Lacay called before both went on to check the {7-Hearts} turn.

The river came {a-Clubs} and Lacay checked for a third time. This invited Piasecki to bet again, for 265,000. Lacay sat stoically for more than a minute and then slid out a check-raise to 265,000.

Piasecki called with {k-Diamonds}{q-Clubs} but lost out to Lacay who made two pair on the river with {a-Spades}{9-Spades}.

Player Chips Progress
Ludovic Lacay fr
Ludovic Lacay
fr 6,500,000 2,045,000
Adrian Piasecki
Adrian Piasecki
945,000 -875,000

Tags: Jason LavalleeLudovic Lacay