|Blinds||400,000 / 800,000|
Hand #104: Chris Moore completed the blind. Dario Sammartino checked and won with a postflop bet out of the big blind.
Hand #105: Moore made it 1,200,000 on the button. He took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #106: Sammartino raised it up on the button, and Bertrand Grospellier three-bet to 3,200,000 in the small blind. Sammartino shoved, and "ElkY" folded instantly.
Hand #103: Bertrand Grospellier raised from the cutoff, and Chris Moore called from the big blind.
The flop came down , and Moore shoved for 4,125,000. Grospellier tanked for about two-and-a-half minutes before he called with for a pair of tens. Moore, however, was well ahead with for a straight with a flush draw.
The turn and river completed the board, safe for Moore to double up.
Hand #96: Bertrand Grospellier called from the small blind, and Doug Polk checked his option.
They checked to the river of an board, where Grospellier bet 775,000. Polk raised to an unannouced amount, (potentially all in) and Grospellier called with for a straight. Polk showed for the same straight, and they chopped the pot.
Hand #97:Chris Moore raised to an unannouced amount from under the gun, and Haralabos Voulgaris called from the big blind.
The flop came down , and Voulgaris checked to Moore, who bet 1,300,000. Voulgaris check-raised all in, Moore folded, and Voulgaris took the pot.
Hand #98: Doug Polk raised all in from the button, and both blinds folded.
Hand #99: Chris Moore raised all in for about 3,500,000 from the small blind, and Dario Sammartino folded his big blind.
Hand #100: Chris Moore raised all in from the button, and once again took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #101: Bertrand Grospeller limped from the small blind, and Doug Polk checked his option.
The flop came down , and Grospellier check-folded to a bet from Polk.
Hand #102: Dario Sammartino raised to 1,100,000 from the cutoff, and won the pot.
Hand #86: In a battle of blinds for the minimum, Bertrand Grospellier won the pot against Doug Polk with a bet on the turn.
Hand #87: Chris Moore moved all in first to act and got no action.
Hand #88: Polk moved all in from the button. Both blinds folded immediately.
Hand #89: Haralabos Voulgaris shoved all in from the button and won the pot.
Hand #90: Polk opened for 1,150,000. Grospellier took the flop with his American opponent. Both checked to see the turn. Again, they both checked to see the river. Grospellier bet roughly 1,300,000 and got a call. He took it down with .
Hand #91: Moore raised to 1,200,000 and won the pot.
Hand #92: Small blind Polk moved all in and won the pot against big blind Voulgaris.
Hand #93: Dario Sammartino raised to 1,100,000 first to act. Polk again shoved all in, chasing away the blinds. It looked to be a little over 10 million, and the Italian mucked.
Hand #94: Polk made it 1,150,000 in the cutoff. Voulgaris made it 2,500,000 on his left. Polk mucked.
Hand #95: Polk made it 1,150,000 first to act. Sammartino made it 3,475,000 in the small blind, and Grospellier moved all in from the big. The all-in wager was for 16,700,000. Sammartino let it go with a sigh but looked very displeased.
Hand #85: Martin Jacobson raised to 1,100,000 from the button, Dario Sammartino reraised all in from the small blind, and Jacobson called all in for about 8,500,000.
The board came down , no help to Jacobson, ending his tournament in sixth place.
Hand #80: Bertrand Grospellier limped from the small blind, and Doug Polk checked his option.
They checked to the turn of an board, where Grospellier bet 550,000. Polk called, the river completed the board, and both players checked.
Grospellier showed , Polk tabled , and they chopped the pot.
Hand #81: Dario Sammartino raised to 1,350,000 from the cutoff and took down the pot.
Hand #82: Martin Jacobson raised to 1,100,000 from under the gun and received no action.
Hand #83: Doug Polk raised to 1,150,000 from the cutoff, Haralabos Voulgaris reraised all in from the button for roughly 6,000,000, and Polk folded.
Hand #84: Bertrand Grospellier raised to 1,025,000 from under the gun, and Dario Sammartino called from the big blind.
They checked down a board of , and Sammartino won the pot with .
Players have agreed to a 30-minute dinner break. We'll bring chip counts shortly.