Main Event
Tage:
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Karreer Building

[user76023]
It's a karrnival atmosphere here.
It's a karrnival atmosphere here.

Mclean Karr is up to 105,000 and looking like the chip leader at the moment. From the button he had bet 1,250 on a flop of {9-Spades}{Q-Diamonds}{9-Hearts} with Tolly Sakellariou making the call in the big blind. The {K-Spades} came on the turn and Sakellariou was check-calling again to the tune of 3,175 this time.

The river was the {9-Clubs} which didn't appear to change too much, Sakellariou checked a final time and Karr bet a chunky-looking 15,275 - Sakellariou tanked, he only had about 26,000 left at this point and the bet represented a sizeable amount of his stack, but call he did and Karr turned over {K-Diamonds}{K-Clubs} for the nut full house, pushing his stack over the 100,000 mark.

McLean Karr us
McLean Karr
us 105,000 40,000

Tags: Mclean Karr

Bet Like an Egyptian

[user76023] • Level 5: 150-300, 25 ante

Joe 'BigEgypt' Alpayaa picked up a sizeable pot after he fired all three streets of a {J-Spades}{3-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{6-Clubs}{4-Hearts} board getting check-called on the flop and turn before eliciting a fold from his opponent on the river. Alpayaa showed {K-Diamonds}{10-Hearts} for complete air.

Tags: Joe Alpayaa

Karr-Jacked

[user76023] • Level 5: 150-300, 25 ante

Kyriakos Mitsopoylos just caught Mclean Karr bluffing on the river of {6-Clubs}{2-Diamonds}{6-Diamonds}{3-Clubs}{Q-Clubs} - the American betting 5,650 on the river but declaring king-high when Mitsopoylos made the call with a winning {A-Hearts}{2-Clubs}

Tags: Mclean Karr

Level:
5
Blinds:
150/300
Ante:
25

Break Post

• Level 4: 100-200, 25 ante

Another fifteen-minute break

Ziyard Calls The Clock On Himself

We joined the action on a flop of {Q-Clubs} {7-Spades} {5-Spades} and Zimnan Ziyard bet 4,275 after play checked to him. The chip leader Evaggelos Vrakas was seated in the big blind and he raised to 12,000. There was a third player in the hand who folded before Ziyard made the call.

The dealer gave us the {3-Clubs} on the turn and with 30,000 in the pot Vrakas moved all-in for 60,000. Ziyard was sat behind a 50,000 stack and he had a decision to make. In the end Ziyard called the clock on himself and when it counted down to zero his hand was folded.

Ziyard was allowed to choose one of Vrakas' cards and he flipped over the {5-Hearts}.

Evangelos Vrakas
Evangelos Vrakas
90,000 16,000
Zimnan Ziyard gb
Zimnan Ziyard
gb 50,000

Tags: Zimnan ZiyardEvaggelos Vrakas

Chip Counts Prior to The Second Break

Evangelos Vrakas
Evangelos Vrakas
74,000 -6,000
Jamie Rosen us
Jamie Rosen
us 70,000
Julian Herold de
Julian Herold
de 67,000 2,000
Attila Koevesi
Attila Koevesi
66,000 2,000
Miltiadis Kyriakides
Miltiadis Kyriakides
65,000
McLean Karr us
McLean Karr
us 65,000 17,000
Roman Makhlin
Roman Makhlin
64,000 -3,000
Alexios Zervos gr
Alexios Zervos
gr 63,000
Kent Lundmark se
Kent Lundmark
se 62,000 13,000
Joseph El Khoury lb
Joseph El Khoury
lb 53,000 -27,000
Chris Moorman gb
Chris Moorman
gb 50,000 7,000
Robert Deppe mx
Robert Deppe
mx 50,000
Roberto Romanello gb
Roberto Romanello
gb 43,000 -9,000
David Vamplew gb
David Vamplew
gb 38,000 -4,000
Andras Kovacs hu
Andras Kovacs
hu 37,000 -1,000
Paul Berende nl
Paul Berende
nl 35,000 -6,000
Rupert Elder gb
Rupert Elder
gb 33,000 -5,000
Tobias Garp
Tobias Garp
27,000
Steve O'Dwyer ie
Steve O'Dwyer
ie 26,000 13,000
Andrew Teng gb
Andrew Teng
gb 26,000 -6,000
Richard Toth hu
Richard Toth
hu 23,200 -2,800
Pierre Neuville be
Pierre Neuville
be 20,000 -10,000
Heinz Kamutzki de
Heinz Kamutzki
de 17,000 -14,000
Konstantinos Nanos gr
Konstantinos Nanos
gr 15,625 -7,375
Marcin Horecki pl
Marcin Horecki
pl 6,600 -2,400

Karr Puts the Breaks On

[user76023] • Level 4: 100-200, 25 ante
McLean Karr
McLean Karr

Mclean Karr fired out 2,075 on a flop of {10-Hearts}{Q-Diamonds}{8-Diamonds} and Tolly Sakellariou was the only player out of the five to the flop who made the call. The {A-Clubs} came on the turn and Karr checked, Sakellariou wasting little time in putting out a bet of 4,200. Karr didn't like this and reluctantly gave up his hand - the American still has above his starting stack however.

Tags: Mclean Karr