Jarred Solomon missed the first hand back from the break, and now he is going to wish he missed the second hand as well.
Folded to Solomon in the cutoff seat he would raise to 27,000. Martin Kozlov was on the button and he would elect to three-bet to 59,000. The blinds got out of the way and the action was back on Solomon.
Solomon thought for some time before shoving his stack. Kozlov would snap-call and Solomon would see his tournament life at risk.
By the time the board had ran out there would be a sweat for Solomon, needing a club to stay alive and double-up. But it wasn't meant to be as the river bricked the .
Solomon glanced down at the stacks, making sure Kozlov definitely had him covered and when sure he made his way to the rail. Kozlov now has over 1,000,000 and has a dominating chip lead at the table.
Solomon adds AUD$13,000 in prizemoney to his already successful Aussie Millions after taking down a gold ring earlier in the series.