Jacob Nielsen looks like he is cruising towards the final table, as 35 players remain and he has a huge stack of over 1,000,000 chips.
Nielsen just knocked out the player on his right, as they get all-in on the turn. The board shows:
- Four clubs
Nielsen shows and has a nut flush.
River is blank and Nielsen eliminates yet another player.
Brian Calleja raises from UTG+2 to 6,500 chips and gets a call from Andrea Stellato in SB and Jacob Nielsen in BB.
Stellato bets 10,000, Nielsen folds and action is on Calleja.
Calleja thinks for a few moments and then pushes all-in. Stellato asks for a chipcount, but eventually folds. Calleja shows to the tables, for a set.
...But gets no callers from the table.
He added an additional 18,000 to his 69,900 stack.
We arrive at the table as the flop has been dealt and the dealer is turning around the turn card. There is around 70,000 in the pot already.
Brian Calleja bets 13,000 into the pot and Amata calsl.
Calleja goes all-in for around 50,000 and has Amata covered.
Amata tanks a few minutes and calls.
Calleja shows for a full house and Amata mucks and says goodbye to the table.
Sinding has just been put under pressure from the player on his left, as the two battled over a decent sized pot.
Sinding sits in LP and raises to 2,500 pre-flop, but gets re-raised by CO to 6,200. Sinding calls after thinking 4 minutes time.
Both players check
Sinding now fires 8,500 into the pot, but gets raised all-in by his opponent very fast. Sinding thinks for around 3-4 minutes and makes a fold that seemed like it didn't please him.
...But gets no callers at all.
Tobias Sinding was sitting in UTG+2 and pushed what looked like A6s. The others would have none of it and decided to fold, providing Sinding with more chips to his stack.