Down to his last 180,000, Martin Kozlov pushed all in. His neighbor Paul Newey in the hijack asked for a count, counted his own stack, and repushed for 288,000. All other players folded and Kozlov got the bad news soon enough:
The in the window didn't promise any excitement for Kozlov, but the and that followed left Kozlov a decent amount of outs anyway.
The on the turn was a blank, leaving Kozlov in need of a flush on the river, but it was Newey improving with the .
The next hand, Bertrand Grospellier raised to 50,000, but he folded to Newey's shove. The Brit is back in business!