Negreanu 58 PocketFivers 58 Benny Spindler 57 Magician Esfandiari 57 Candio 57 Jonathan Karamalikis 57 Kelopuro 57 Limit Hold'em 57 Nikolay Evdakov. Tag 2 beim A$ Opening Event der Aussie Millions ist gespielt. Von den Entries sind nur noch 14 Spieler im Turnier. Jonathan Karamalikis führt. Theo Jorgensen, dk, PokerStars, ,, 29, Samir Hadad, , Gus Hansen, dk, ,, 72, Ohad Simhon, , Jonathan Karamalikis, au.
A$ 6,000 + 300 No Limit Hold'em - Main EventDie Asia Pacific Poker Tour, kurz APPT, ist eine Pokerturnierserie, die von PokerStars Sydney, , Jonathan Karamalikis, Australien Australien, 0. Negreanu 58 PocketFivers 58 Benny Spindler 57 Magician Esfandiari 57 Candio 57 Jonathan Karamalikis 57 Kelopuro 57 Limit Hold'em 57 Nikolay Evdakov. Bei der Aussie Millions Poker Championship im Crown Casino Melbourne wurde am Donnerstagmorgen der Finaltag des AU$/€ Opening Event.
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The first elimination came immediately after play restarted, with Bernie Stang falling at the hands of start of day chip leader Otto in the first hand on the day.
Tom Rafferty followed Stang to the rail just minutes later on the same level, another victim of a red hot Otto. The hand started innocuously enough, with Rafferty limping the small blind and Otto checking his option in the big blind, with the two getting into a raising war on a rainbow deuce-trey-nine flop.
The start of the second level played saw the short-stacked Julien Sitbon depart on the money bubble, falling at the hands of the USA's Roger Teska when the two got all the chips in pre-flop with king-queen and ace-eight respectively.
Australia's Michael Egan was the next casualty, falling midway through the level at the hands of Otto after losing a battle of the blinds; his king-nine trailing to Otto's king-queen and staying that way on a queen-high runout.
The five remaining players were all set to go on break, but for Mladen Vukovic the break would be a permanent one, with the Australian playing a huge pot that ate into five minutes of the break and losing out to a rampant Otto, who rivered the Wheel with ace-five of clubs on a ten-high board to crush Vukovic's ace-ten of spades.
It took a further level and a half of cagey play before five became four, New Zealand's Qiang Fu becoming short and then losing a brutal hand against a resurgent Karamalikis.
The two got all the chips in pre-flop with Fu's pocket kings leading Karamalikis' ace-king of clubs and while Fu looked to be in great shape for a double on the all-heart eight-high flop, especially considering he held the king of hearts, the ace of spades turn crushed his dreams of a High Roller title and brought Karamalikis right back into contention.
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