Day 1c completed
Day 1c completed
Here are the final chip counts for Day 1C, with Lei Long leading the pack with 328,500:
|Huang Xiu Ming||139,500||-500|
Pre-flop, Zhuang Yibin went all-in for his few remaining chips and got callers in Lei Long and Chao Jun.
After the flop cae , Lei and Chao battled for the side pot as Chao bet 25,000 and Lei called.
Both checked on the turn, which brought the .
When the river came , Lei bet out 30,000 and Chao made the fold.
Lei had turned a straight to take the main and side pots, knocking Zhuang out of the tournament.
Day 1C is over, with the final ten moving on to Day 2!
We'll have the official chip counts in a while.
With 11 players left and 10 advancing to Day 2, Day 1C is now hand for hand. Lei Long is currently the chip leader with over 250,000 in chips.
Sergey Lenyuk is now sitting on a pretty big stack after eliminating two players in a span of about fifteen minutes.
Pre-flop, the cutoff went all-in for his later 18,100 and Sergey made the call fro the big blind.
Sergey had , which was ahead of the other player's . The board blanked out for both players, sending the cutoff to the rail.
Then, a couple of hands later, Sergey made a raise pre-flop and Colin Farr went all-in for his stack of 23,600. Sergey made the call and the cards were tabled.
Sergey showed against Colin's . He was leading pre-flop and it got better as the flop cae .
The turn and river blanked out, sending Colin to the rail. Sergey is now sitting on about 150,000 in chips.
We've got a new chip leader after a monster pot that just occurred a while ago.
Pre-flop, it was a three-way all-in between the Victor Chen, Lei Long, and the big blind, with the size of their stacks arranged from biggest to smallest.
It was looking like Victor was about to eliminate two players simultaneously as he had pocket rockets and maintained his lead as the first four cards came .
Not this time, though -- a queen landed on the river to give Lei a full house, denting Victor's stack and eliminating the big blind.
Lei is now at about 260,000 while Victor is down to 150,000.
Pre-flop, Victor Chen raised to 25,000 from the button and Carlos Chang went all-in for about 20,000 more. Victor made the call and the cards were tabled:
Victor was ahead pre-flop but it wouldn't look so good as the flop came to pair Carlos' ace.
"Jack! Jack!" shouted Victor in vain as the landed on the turn.
It was a different story on the river, though. "Oh my God!!!" screamed Victor, as the appeared to give him the set and seal Carlos' doom.