€5,300 Main Event

Hands #169 - #175: Malec Bounces Back

• Level 37: 300,000-600,000, 100,000 ante
Uri Reichenstein

Hand #169: Malec moved all in with {A-Spades}{10-Diamonds}and Reichenstein had {J-}{5-} so quickly folded.

Hand #170: Reichenstein raised to 1.3m from the button with {J-Spades}{6-Diamonds} and took it down.

After a few raise-and-take exchanges,

Hand #175: {9-Clubs}{8-Diamonds} for Malec on the button leads to a limp and Reichenstein checks with {Q-Clubs}{5-Diamonds} to see a {9-Diamonds}{A-Clubs}{K-Spades} flop. Reichenstein checked, Malec bet 600,000, and Reichenstein called. The turn of {5-Hearts} saw Malec make it 1.2m. Reichenstein called. The {9-Spades} river saw Malec move all in for 9.6m! Reichenstein had the biggest decision he'd been put to for some time to make and the German was clearly under a huge amount of pressure.

After Malec had twice tried to hero call the tournament over in his favour, would Uri Reichenstein be of the same mindset? He would! The call doubles up Malec and the Polish player now has 24 million chips.

Sebastian Malec is right back in this EPT Main Event!

Uri Reichenstein il 28,000,000 -13,350,000
Sebastian Malec pl 25,450,000 13,350,000

Tags: Sebastian MalecUri Reichenstein