|Blinds||300,000 / 600,000|
Vangelis Kaimakamis raised to 600,000 from the middle position and Shahar Levi defended his big blind.
They both checked through the flop to the on the turn. Levi check-called the 450,000 bet of Kaimakamis.
The river completed the board with the and both players checked through it. Levi tabled for the turned two pair but Kaimakamis quickly turned around for the same two pair but with the higher king-kicker to claim the pot.
Shahar Levi raised to 600,000 first to act, Didier Rabl three-bet shoved 3,330,000 from the small blind and Levi called.
Perfect timing for Rabl to pick up the blades and he held up throughout the rundown to double up.
Didier Rabl shoved from the small blind, having Markus Jordan in the big blind covered. Jordan peeked at his cards and then quickly made the call for the 5,310,000 he had behind.
The flop came to keep Jordan ahead.
The turn was the to bring an open-ended straight draw to the board.
The river completed the board with the to ensure Jordan would double up again.
Shahar Levi raised to 900,000 on the button and Vangelis Kaimakamis three-bet shoved all in for 6,385,000 from the big blind. Levi took nearly two minutes before reluctantly laying his hand down.
Kaimakamis quickly peeked at his hole cards and casually revealed the .
Vangelis Kaimakamis raised to 500,000 from the hijack and action folded to Markus Jordan in the big blind who shoved. Kaimakamis asked for a count and the dealer confirmed Jordan had 2,685,000 behind. Kaimakamis made the call.
The flop came to keep Kaimakamis ahead.
The turn was the for Jordan to hit the higher pair and the on the river didn't change things as Jordan doubled up.
Shahar Levi raised to 700,000 on the button and Vangelis Kaimakamis defended his big blind. The flop was and Kaimakamis check-called 450,000 from Levi. The turn was the and Kaimakamis check-called a second barrel of 1,200,000 with relative ease.
On the river, Kaimakamis checked and Levi checked behind. Kaimakamis showed for a pair of jacks and the Israelian chip leader mucked to give up another pot at the start.
Shahar Levi first raised from the middle position to 600,000 and got no action. The hand after, he raised from the early position to 650,000 and Luigi Macaluso shoved from the small blind. Levi folded. Then he raised to 600,000 from under the gun and Jose Rivas shoved from the middle position. After asking for a count, Levi folded to Rivas' shove of 7,060,000.
And now Andrew Bak raised to 550,000 from the hijack and Levi defended his big blind.
The flop came , Levi check-called the 600,000 continuation-bet of Bak.
They checked through the on the turn and the on the river. Levi tabled , Bak looked at the board, his own cards, and then opened for the turned pair of sixes to claim the pot.
Cards are in the air for the final day of Event #3: 1,650 Mini Main Event No-Limit Hold'em.