Michael Gathy opened to 80,000 from the small blind, as Yueqi Zhu folded his hand.
Sergey Rybachenko moved all in once more for 220,000 from under the gun, as Michael Gathy casually called from the button. Yueqi Zhu eyed Gathy off, before announcing himself all in, for 1,080,000. With the decision back on Gathy, he thought for a moment, before laying his hand down.
The board ran out , to see Rybachenko river the much needed ace to triple up to 680,000 in chips. A miracle considering only a few hands ago he had a blind.
Michael Gathy opened for 60,000 from under the gun, which was enough to take down the pot.
Sergey Rybachenko opened to 85,000 from the small blind, which was too much for Michael Gathy in the big blind.
Michael Gathy opened to 80,000 from the small blind, and was snap-called by Yueqi Zhu, as the flop came down . The action was then checked all the way down to the river, after the and appeared, as Gathy tabled his which was good to take down the pot.
Michael Gathy continued on his ways, opening to 60,000 from the button, and collecting the blinds and antes.
Yuqei Zhu opened to 60,000 from the button, before Sergey Rybachenko moved all in for around 700,000 in chips. The amount was too much for Zhu, as his cards flew into the muck.
Benjamin Reason got involved, opening to 60,000, but picked a bad spot, as Sergey Rybachenko once again moved all in. Reason’s cards went into the muck shortly after.
Michael Gathy opened to 80,000 from the small blind, which saw Yueqi Zhu fold his hand.
Another open of 60,000 from Michael Gathy on the button, was enough to take down the pot.
Michael Gathy made it three-in-a-row, after opening to 60,000 from under the gun, and having no callers.
Benjamin Reason would open to 60,000 from the button, and earn himself some extra change.