Cards are back in the air.
|Blinds||15,000 / 30,000|
The remaining three players are heading on a 60-minute dinner break.
Play will recommence at approximately 9:10 p.m. local time.
Hand #132: Andrew Kloc raised to 50,000 on the button and took down the pot.
Hand #133: Jake Schwartz raised to 50,000 on the button and was called by Andrew Kloc. On the flop of Kloc check folded to a bet from Schwartz.
Hand #134: Simeon Naydenov raised to 50,000 from the button. From the small blind Andrew Kloc moved all in. Both Schwartz and Naydenov folded and Kloc scooped the pot.
Hand #135: Action folded to Schwartz who raised to 50,000 from the small blind. Simeon Naydenov asked the table if it was ok that he tank until the dinner break started. Everyone agreed and he waited 30 seconds to fold he hand. Schwartz was awarded the pot.
"Tough fold," Naydenov said as he headed off to dinner.
Hand #130: Tobias Wenker received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #131: Action folded around to Wenker who moved all in from the small blind. Schwartz was still stacking some chips from his double up and as soon as he looked down at his cards he announced a call.
The flop came out offering no extra help to Wenker. On the turn, Wenker was left drawing dead. The dealer put out the meaningless on the river and Wenker was eliminated from the tournament while Schwartz piled up the chips.
Hand #126: Tobias Wenker opened to 50,000 from under the gun and Simeon Naydenov three-bet to 141,000 next to act to force a fold from Wenker.
Hand #127: Jake Schwartz opened under the gun to 48,000 and collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #128: Simeon Naydenov opened to 50,000 and Andrew Kloc made the call before Jake Schwartz three-bet to 178,000 from the big blind. Naydenov folded, but Kloc moved all in and Schwartz instantly called for his 727,000-chip stack.
With Schwartz in commanding shape, the board would ensure his double to over 1.5 million as Kloc was left with just 475,000 in chips.
Hand #128: Simeon Naydenov receives a walk in the big blind.
Hand #129: Tobias Wenker opened to 50,000 on the button and Jake Schwartz made the call from the button before Andrew Kloc moved all in for 492,000. Both Wenker and Schwartz mucked and Kloc won the hand.
Hand #123: Action folded to Andrew Kloc who limped from the small blind. Tobias Wenker checked his option. On the flop Kloc led for 53,000. Wenker called. The turn was the and Kloc slowed down with a check. Wenker put out a bet of 95,000 and Kloc called. On the river both players checked. Kloc turned up his for top pair with a pair of threes on board and it was good to take down the pot when Wenker mucked.
Hand #124: Andrew Kloc raised to 53,000 from the button and he was called by Jake Schwartz from the big blind. The flop came down and Schwartz checked to Kloc who bet 72,000. Schwartz called but thinking that he had made reraise Kloc announced he was all in. Either way the dealer put out the on the turn and Schwartz checked to Kloc who made a bet of 132,000. Schwartz folded and Kloc showed his while he scooped the pot.
Hand #125: Tobias Wenker raised to 50,000 from the button. He was called by Simeon Naydenov from the big blind. On the flop. Naydenov check raised to 150,000 after a 50,000 bet from Wenker and Naydenov won the pot when Wenker folded.
Hand #120: Tobias Wenker limped from the small blind and Jake Schwartz checked to see a flop fall. Wenker bet out 27,000 and won the pot.
Hand #121: Tobias Wenker raised to 50,000 from the button and Jake Schwartz moved all in for 424,000. Wenker called and the cards were tabled.
With Schwartz trailing, the in the window wasn't a card he wanted to see, but when the flop filled out he took a commanding lead. The turn of the and river of the was enough to ensure Schwartz the double through to over 880,000.
Hand #122: Jake Schwartz opened his button to 48,000 and Simeon Naydenov three-bet the small blind to 141,000. Schwartz folded and Naydenov won the pot.
Hand #116: Tobias Wenker raised to 50,000 from the small blind and he took down the pot.
Hand #117: Jake Schwartz raised to 50,000 from the small blind and took the pot when Simeon Naydenov folded.
Hand #118: From under the gun Tobias Wenker raised to 50,000. Everyone folded and Wenker won the pot.
Hand #119: Action folded to Simeon Naydenov on the button who raised to 50,000. Everyone folded and he was awarded the pot.
Hand #111: Jake Schwartz opened to 48,000 from under the gun and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #112: From under the gun Simeon Naydenov opened with a raise to 50,000 and Jake Schwartz three-bet to 134,000 from the big. Naydenov made the call as the dealer spread a flop with Schwartz and Naydenov checking as the rolled off on the turn.
Schwartz tossed in 111,000 and Naydenov made the call as the landed on the river. Schwartz checked and Naydenov bet out 300,000 with Schwartz quickly making the call.
Naydenov tabled his as a disgusted Schwartz flashed his and folded.
Hand #113: Tobias Wenker opened to 50,000 and Jake Schwartz moved all in from the small blind for 370,000. Wenker mucked and Schwartz won the pot.
Hand #114: Andrew Kloc receives a walk in the big blind.
Hand #115: Simeon Naydenov opened the button to 50,000 and Andrew Kloc made the call before betting out 68,000 on the flop to win the pot.