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2009 Aussie Millions › Event 14 - $2,200 No Limit Holdem (6 Handed)

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Jacob Lysemose Eliminated in 3rd Place (AU$65,436)

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Jacob Lysemose Eliminated in 3rd Place
Jacob Lysemose Eliminated in 3rd Place
Thomas Lindbjerg opened from the small blind to 90,000 and Jacob Lysemose moved all in with Lindbjerg making the call.

Lysemose: {A-Hearts}{7-Diamonds}
Lindbjerg: {K-Hearts}{K-Diamonds}

The board ran out {7-Hearts}{10-Spades}{2-Diamonds}{9-Diamonds}{Q-Diamonds} to see Lysemose head to the rail in 3rd place AU$65,436.

Play Underway

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Cards are back in the air as the three remaining players battle it for the AU$130,021 first prize!

Level 24 started

Level:
24
Blinds:
15000/30000
Ante:
4000

Break

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
The remaining three players are heading on a 10-minute break.

Schwartz Continues Aggression

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Thomas Lindbjerg opened to 60,000 and Noah Schwartz made it 110,000 on top with Lindbjerg making the call.

The flop fell down {2-Diamonds}{J-Hearts}{3-Diamonds} and Schwartz led out for 215,000 and took down the pot. Schwartz is now well over a million in chips sitting with 1,295,000 in chips.

Phillip Peters Eliminated in 4th Place (AU$47,880)

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Phillip Peters eliminated in 4th place
Phillip Peters eliminated in 4th place
Thomas Lindbjerg limped from the small blind and Phillip Peters checked his option.

The flop came down {J-Spades}{Q-Clubs}{2-Diamonds} and Lindbjerg led out for 50,000 with Peters making the call. The turn fell the {10-Spades} and Lindbjerg threw out six chocolate-chips for a bet of 150,000. Peters obliged putting his last 102,000 into the pot.

Peters: {J-Diamonds}{9-Hearts}
Lindbjerg: {Q-Diamonds}{5-Hearts}

The river landed the {4-Diamonds} to see Peters eliminated in 4th place for a payday of AU$47,880 as Lindbjerg soars to 900,000 in chips.

Alexander Debus Eliminated in 5th Place (AU$34,580)

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Alexander Debus eliminated in 5th place
Alexander Debus eliminated in 5th place
Following Noah Schwartz's aggressive approach over the last few orbits, Alexander Debus decided to take things into his own account and moved all in for around 200,000 from the button. Thomas Lindbjerg instantly moved all in over the top and Phillip Peters passed in the big blind.

Debus: {K-Hearts}{8-Spades}
Lindbjerg: {A-Spades}{Q-Clubs}

The board ran out {9-Diamonds}{A-Clubs}{Q-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds}{7-Clubs} to see Debus exit in 5th place for a payday of AU$34,580 as Lindbjerg climbs to 640,000 in chips.

Level 23 started

Level:
23
Blinds:
12000/24000
Ante:
3000

Schwartz Changing Gears

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Noah Schwartz has moved from short-stack to chip leader by doing one simple thing . . . getting aggressive!

He has been opening lots of pots, reraising raises and simply been playing like a player on a six-handed final table should.

He is now seated with 700,000 and has added 200,000 to his stack with only one showdown - which was a losing one.

Can Schwartz kick this final table into gear?

Just One Better for Lysemose

Posted 2009-01-25 GMT+12
Jacob Lysemose opened to 45,000 from the cutoff and found callers in Noah Schwartz and Thomas Lindbjerg.

On a flop of {7-Diamonds}{2-Clubs}{6-Spades} Lindbjerg checked and Lysemose fired out 20,000 before being met with a reraise to 60,000 from Schwartz. Lindbjerg folded and Lysemose made the call.

The turn of the {3-Spades} and river of the {K-Hearts} was checked down with Schwartz tabling his {9-Hearts}{9-Diamonds} only to be outdone by Lysemose's {10-Spades}{10-Hearts}. Schwartz dropped to 505,000 as Lysemose jumped to 690,000 in chips.
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