|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
Joel Micka raised to 400,000 on the button with and Dimitar Danchev three-bet to 1.125 million with . A call from Micka delivered a flop where Danchev continued for 750,000. Micka called and the hit the turn.
Danchev put together a bet of 1.625 million, but Micka again called with his pair of tens. However, Danchev pulled ahead when the river hit the table and he put Micka to a decision with a bet of 2.8 million. After a few moments in the tank, Micka called but saw his tens were beat by Danchev's jacks.
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Dimitar Danchev had the button. He popped it up to 325,000 and Joel Micka called.
The flop brought and Micka check-called a bet of 360,000. The prompted two checks when it fell on the turn and the completed the board.
Micka led for 805,000 and Danchev called, showing . Ultimately, though, Danchev was behind Micka's for a pair of aces. With this win the two are now roughly even in chips.
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Dimitar Danchev opened to 325,000 on the button and Joel Micka three-bet to 825,000 from the big blind. A call from Danchev landed a flop where Micka checked. Danchev bet, but was unable to shake Micka who called to see the turn. Both checked, and did the same when the river fell, giving the pot to Micka with queens and sevens.
Joel Micka opened to 320,000 from the button. Dimitar Danchev defended his big blind and the flop came . Danchev check-called 350,000 and the hit the turn.
Both players checked and the finished off the board. Danchev bet 725,000 and Micka quickly called and tabled . Micka was surprised to see that Danchev showed for flopped drips. With this win Danchev now has about a 2 to 1 chip lead over Micka.