Ami Barer opened for 100,000 and Jake Balsiger defended the big blind. The latter player proceeded to check-call a bet of 80,000 on the flop, and then the dealer burned and turned the .
Balsiger checked for a second time, and Barer kept the pressure on with a bet of 225,000. Balsiger thought for a few moments before putting together a call, and the completed the board on the river. Once again Balsiger checked, and Barer paused for about 20 seconds before coming out with a bet of 530,000.
Balsiger wasted little time in calling with the for a full house, which bested Barer's trips.
For a third straight hand, Ami Barer raised to 100,000. This time his open came from under the gun, and Vincent Rubianes defended his big blind.
Rubianes checked, then folded when Barer continued for 120,000. The Canadian has raked in the last three hands, one with a preflop raise and two with continuation bets on the flop.
On a flop of , Ami Barer put out a bet — how much we're not sure — and Sorel Mizzi called. When the turned, Barer led out for 160,000 and Mizzi popped it to 375,000. The raise did the trick as Barer released his hand.
We picked up the action on a board reading with a considerable amount already in the pot. Vincent Rubianes was first to act and bet 250,000, which Sorel Mizzi called. When the completed the board on the river, Rubianes slowed down with a check and then folded when Mizzi bet 605,000.
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Ami Barer opened for 80,000 from the button and Andrew Phaedonos, the only Australian remaining in the field, shoved all in from the small blind for roughly 800,000. The big blind folded and Barer did the same.
Phaedonos has quite the boisterous rail here in Studio 3, and they erupted in cheers as their man raked in the pot.
Jake Balsiger opened to 80,000 on the button, Scott Seiver defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Seiver checked, Balsiger continued for 80,000, and Seiver called.
The turn was the , Seiver knuckled again, and Balsiger checked behind.
The completed the board, both players checked again, and Balsiger took the pot down with .
Ami Barer raised to 80,000 from the button and Sorel Mizzi defended from the big blind. Mizzi proceeded to check-call a bet of 75,000 on the flop, and then both players checked the on the turn.
Mizzi thought for a bit when the completed the board on the river and then put together a bet of 380,000. No sooner did he drop it on the felt then Barer flicked his hand to the muck.
|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
|Average Chip Stack||5,010,000|
|Next Pay Out||Place 4, 450,000 AUD|
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