Event #5: €10,400 No-Limit Hold'em (Split Format)
Dani:
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Fleyshman Gives Up On The River

[user169806] • Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante

The flop was a draw heavy {9-Clubs}{8-Clubs}{10-Spades} and Dan Fleyshman decided to bet 10,000 into it. Noah Schwarts responded by raising to 28,000 and his opponent made the call. The {7-Hearts} on the turn was bet again by Fleyshman, this time 30,000 and Schwartz quickly called. A second seven, the {7-Diamonds} showed up on the river and Fleyshman slowed right down and checked. Schwartz, possibly sensing weakness, bet a tower of blue and black chips worth a total of 100,000.

This was enough to force Fleyshman out of the pot and Schwartz won the hand.

Tagovi: Noah SchwartzDan Fleyshman

Match Updates

• Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante

Brian Powell - 840,000
Roger Hairabedian - 373,000

Shawn Buchanan - 480,000
Anatolii Ozhenilok - 210,000

Noah Schwartz - 361,000
Dan Fleyshman - 305,000

Fleyshman Fights Back

Dan Fleyshman raised to 13,000 and Noah Schwartz made the call. We saw a flop of {J-Clubs} {9-Diamonds} {8-Spades} and Schwartz checked to Fleyshman who c-bet 14,000. Back to Schwartz and he check-raised to 31,000 and Fleyshman made a quick call. The turn was the {8-Clubs} and Schwartz checked to Fleyshman and after a 50,000 bet Schwartz folded his hand.

Dan Fleyshman us
Dan Fleyshman
us 398,000 44,000
Noah Schwartz us
Noah Schwartz
us 281,000 -44,000

Tagovi: Dan Fleyshman

Level:
19
Blinds:
4,000/8,000
Ante:
1,000

Ozhenilok Runs Into an Overpair

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On flop reading {7-Hearts}{6-Hearts}{5-Spades}, Anatolii Ozhenilok checked then called a 7,000 bet from Shawn Buchanan. The turn card was the {6-Spades} and again Ozhenilok checked, but this time when Buchanan bet 13,000 Ozhenilok check-raised to 43,000. Buchanan did not need to much convincing to make the call. The innocuous looking {4-Spades} on the river slowed both players down and they checked.

Ozhenilok{A-Clubs}{7-Diamonds}
Buchanan{9-Diamonds}{9-Clubs}

Buchanan takes the pot.

Shawn Buchanan ca
Shawn Buchanan
ca 400,000 260,000
Anatolii Ozhenilok ru
Anatolii Ozhenilok
ru 210,000 -320,000

Tagovi: Shawn BuchananAnatolii Ozhenilok

Brian Hastings Eliminated in 8th Place (€54,810)

[user169806] • Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante
Brian Hastings
Brian Hastings

Brian Hastings has become the first casualty of the second round after Michael Mizrachi lived up to his nickname "The Grinder" and really ground down Hastings.

Down to less than 120,000, Hastings moved all in with {K-Spades}{3-Spades} and Mizrachi snapped him off with {A-Hearts}{7-Hearts}. The flop was a pretty final {10-Hearts}{8-Hearts}{A-Clubs} and Hastings was drawing dead when the {K-Hearts} landed on the turn. The inconsequential {Q-Spades} was the river card and with that we are down to three tables.

Tagovi: Brian HastingsMichael Mizrachi

Mizrachi Leads the Flop Again

• Level 19: 4,000-8,000, 1,000 ante

Brian Hastings raised to 12,000, and Michael Mizrachi called. On the {3-Diamonds} {5-Clubs} {2-Hearts} flop, Mizrachi plunked out a big stack of chips to put Hastings to the decision. It was a couple more minutes of deliberation, but Hastings eventually decided not to risk it all in this spot.

Tagovi: Brian HastingsMichael Mizrachi

Noah Schwartz Starts The Better

The pot was a limped one and the flop was a low one - {5-Spades} {3-Hearts} {2-Hearts} - and both players checked. The turn was the {8-Diamonds} and Noah Schwartz bet 16,000 and Dan Fleyshman called. The river was the {3-Diamonds} and Schwartz bet 36,000. Fleyschman must have thought for around 3-4 minutes before raising to 70,000. Schwartz kept muttering, "did you get lucky," to himself but made the call and Fleyshamn mucked instantly.

Dan Fleyshman us
Dan Fleyshman
us 354,000 -77,000
Noah Schwartz us
Noah Schwartz
us 325,000 77,000

Tagovi: Noah Schwartz

Hastings on the Ropes

Brian Hastings
Brian Hastings

Brian Hastings opened to 13,000, and Michael Mizrachi defended. The dealer spread out {6-Spades} {6-Hearts} {3-Diamonds}, and Mizrachi led out with 12,000 himself. Hastings called that bet, and he called another 15,000 after the {9-Clubs} turn. The river brought the {J-Clubs} and another bullet from Mizrachi -- 40,000. Hastings spent the next several minutes in the tank, but he eventually resigned himself to the call for about 25% of his remaining chips.

Mizrachi said, "Nine," and tabled {9-Hearts} {2-Hearts}, and Hastings' cards hit the muck. He's now dangerously short on chips with only about 110,000.

Michael Mizrachi us
Michael Mizrachi
us 1,026,000 126,000
Brian Hastings us
Brian Hastings
us 110,000 -85,000

Tagovi: Brian HastingsMichael Mizrachi

Ozhenilok Takes Another Pot From Buchanan

Shawn Buchanan raised to 12,000 and Anatolii Ozhenilok called. The flop was {A-Diamonds} {10-Hearts} {5-Clubs} and Ozhenilok check-called a 13,000 Buchanan bet. The turn was the {Q-Diamonds} and this time Ozhenilok came out betting for 20,000 and Buchanan called. The river was the {2-Hearts} and Ozhenilok bet 35,000 and Buchanan called.

Ozhenilok won the pot with two-pair.

Ozhenilok{A-Spades} {5-Hearts}
Anatolii Ozhenilok ru
Anatolii Ozhenilok
ru 530,000 155,000
Shawn Buchanan ca
Shawn Buchanan
ca 140,000 -155,000

Tagovi: Anatolii Ozhenilok