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A ten on the runout changed all that, and the players were in the money. Thomas Muehloecker would bust in seventh, with Kenney then busting Hajiyev to when a ten on the river handed him the knockout, leaving him with 1.
Troyanovksiy was next to go, moving all in with sixes against the of Mustapha Kanit. However, Seidel was still short and would bubble the heads-up portion of the context, open-jamming with jack-ten into the pocket aces of Mustapha Kanit in the big blind.
Seidel picked up a pair on the flop, but no further help and he was eliminated. Kenney held a slight chip lead heads-up.
In the end, he moved all in with ace-three and was called by Kenney holding king-queen. There was a queen on the flop which saw Kenney take down the title, and Kanit finish as runner-up.
The atmosphere is good, the food is great. The city is really nice as well. I learn a lot. And now, I have some money! I like having the free time to do something different.
It sounds like Dario Sammartino has retired from poker, but when we asked him whether he was "doing a Fedor," he had a different answer.
I play it part-time and when I want to; just to have fun. I still want to win a bracelet. We asked Sammartino who we should look out for, and it was two Italians who have had a pretty successful EPT Monte Carlo that he put forward.
In , Sosia has had a few cruel hands in the main tournaments she played including the Aussie Millions bottom set vs top two pair and the Main Event here in Monte-Carlo, in which she busted two off the money when running with kings into aces.
Before the action for the eight-handed final table got underway, Honglin was visibly excited in the interview with the TV crew.
I just really want to get in there and get into the action. I am actually on my way back to Australia and New Zealand, I am finishing up my time here in Europe and I resigned from my job a couple of weeks ago and this is the last blast for me.
Indeed, Honglin has been running quite well in the last few months, having rekindled interest in playing poker after the success of his sister.
Unfortunately, she was the soft bubble knockout, but she has been a wonderful support and she is a much better player than I am. The advice part was seen on the live stream when Honglin was waiting for the heads-up to commence.
Sosia was advising Honglin on how to approach the heads-up match up. We are basically in a transition period right now and I am moving back from Europe to Australia, looking for a new job there.
These poker trips, going to Monte-Carlo and Barcelona, are much like a dream. To make it big, and no matter what happens now, it is just crazy.
After his deep run in Barcelona, Honglin has picked up a valuable lesson that has helped him on his way to yet another final table appearance.
It is not a good idea to play when you are mentally exhausted. There were some plays that happened late in the day that I regretted because I was just so tired.
I am in a completely different spot now here in Monte-Carlo, and I think the slow structure and more days added actually really helped my mental presence.
One particular hand headlined his rise to the top of the counts. Down to the last five players, Honglin faced a raise by online qualifier Krisztian Gyorgyi and a call by then chip leader Nicolas Dumont.
The Kiwi moved all in with pocket fours and Gyorgyi called with ace-king to lose the flip. There was just so much money in the pot and I was really counting on a sizable fold equity.
We had seen him before, folding the pocket eights and showing. It was telling that he burned two time bank chips, whereas other players would have just snap-folded in this very high ICM spot, and I wanted to put that pressure on with the fours.
And as it happened, I was still happy I was flipping against two over cards. That brought the field down to the last four and Honglin was among the chip leaders at the time of writing.
Honglin Jiang Sosia Jiang. Then I started to play pretty aggressive, built up my stack into the chip lead after getting into some post-flop pots with Oleksii [Khoroshenin]; I guess I won most of these pots.
The Lebanese player admitted that after such an emotional and rollercoaster day, he was happy to secure an ICM deal with the other two players. Final Day Recap Oleksii Khoroshenin came into the final day as chip leader, but suffered an early setback after Shyngis Satubayev doubled through him within the first 15 minutes of play.
Wouter Beumers came into the day as the short stack, and with less than 15 big blinds he moved all in with ace-nine, and looked set to double through Satubayev who had king-queen.
That was until the queen came on the turn and Beumers was eliminated. Satubayev continued to close the gap to overnight chip leader Khoroshenin after his early double, and the Kazakh player eliminated another player when he flopped an ace holding ace-seven against the pocket queens of Yan Shing Tsang.
Albert Daher would double twice to move back into contention and would be second in chips by the first break. Mark Teltscher had been quiet so far, and he would double first through Satubayev, and then through Daher to put the Brit on top.
Six-handed was where the action really began. Daher shoved all in from the small blind into short-stacked Julian Thomas in the big blind, only for the German to wake up with jacks.
Daher was in terrible shape with queen-jack, but flopped a queen to reduce the field to five. Minutes later it would be Joao Vieira with the jacks, and a pre-flop raising war meant he got them in against Daher.
This time, however, the Lebanese player was in much better shape holding pocket queens, and they would hold boosting him into the chip lead and eliminating Vieira.
Jiang opened it up to , with the and Dumont called with the. Both players checked the flop. Dumont bet the turn for , with his top pair and Jiang folded.
Dumont limped in with and Jiang checked his option with the. The flop fell and Jiang bet ,, Dumont folded top pair.
Jiang raised to , with and Dumont came along with the. The flop fell and Dumont checked, then faced a bet of , The Frenchman check-raised to , and Jiang called.
After the turn, Dumont checked and Jiang bet 1,, to force a fold from the better hand. Dumont limped in with the and Jiang checked the.
The flop fell and Jiang check-raised from , to ,, which Dumont called. The fell on the turn and Jiang announced a bet of ,, Dumont opted to raise to 1,, and Jiang folded.
Nicolas Dumont limped in with the and Honglin Jiang checked his option with the. The flop fell and Jiang bet , and Dumont folded.
Jiang raised to , with the and Dumont folded a jack-high. Dumont limped in with and Jiang checked with the. The flop fell and Jiang checked, Dumont bet , and won the pot right there.
Jiang raised to , with and Dumont folded the. Dumont limped the and Jiang raised to , with , Dumont called and the flop fell. Jiang made it , to go and Dumont folded.
Jiang raised to , with and Dumont folded. Honglin Jiang raised to , with. Nicolas Dumont called with. The flop missed both and Dumont checked. Jiang bet , and folded to a check-raise to , Dumont picked up and completed.
The flop came and the turn a after two checked. Jiang bet , and Dumont mucked. Jiang made it , with and Dumont called with. The flop came and Dumont check-called a bet of , The turn was a and the river a.
Both checked through and Dumont took it with two pair. Dumont had and Jiang and they saw the flop for the minimum. They checked to the and Jiang bet , and took it down.
Jiang had on the button and made it , Dumont defended aggressively to 1 million with. He flopped his three-outer on and checked. Both checked the bringing the.
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