€10,600 Main Event

Martins Seilis Eliminated in 9th Place (€83,200)

• Taso 27: 25,000-50,000, 5,000 ante
Martins Seilis

In one of the first hands back from the break, Sebastian von Toperczer opened for 100,000 from the hijack only to have Martins Seilis three-bet all in for 710,000 from the cutoff. When action reached Jack Salter in the small blind, he looked down at his cards and then made a triangle with his fingers, the motion he uses to indicate that he is all in. Von Toperczer folded, and the cards were turned up.

Seilis: {a-Spades}{q-Hearts}
Salter: {a-Clubs}{j-Clubs}

Seilis was is great shape, and according to the PokerNews Odds Calculator he had a 66.54% chance of doubling on the hand while Salter would come from behind 27.97% of the time.

The {3-Clubs}{k-Diamonds}{4-Clubs} flop made things interested as Salter picked up a flush draw. It was much more of a flip at this point with Seilis being a slight 49.39% favorite over Salter, who had a 45.76% chance of hitting. The {4-Hearts} turn made it so there was a 20.45% of a tie, but it'd be the {K-Clubs} river that would give Salter the come-from-behind win and send Seilis out the door in ninth place.

We're now down to the final table of eight players.

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