A busy day of action at a packed Bally’s and Paris saw another champion crowned as Bulgarian player Yuliyan Kolev won his second WSOP bracelet and first in a live arena live on PokerGO in the Thunderdome. Elsewhere, five other tournaments worked closer to their winners as play reached the
David Prociak raised to 40,000 from the cutoff and Adrian Mateos three-bet the button to 120,000. Action folded back to Prociak, and he moved all in for 600,000. Mateos called. Mateos: [8d8c] Prociak: [QcJh] The board ran out [QhAc6hKhQd] and Prociak secured the double.
Jeremy Ausmus raised to 17,000 from the hijack, Christopher Fraser called from button and David Prociak three-bet to 76,000 from the small blind. Only Ausmus called. The flop was [QsQcAc], Prociak bet 60,000 and Ausmus called. The turn was the [7h], Prociak bet 130,000 and Ausmus called. The river was the [9s] and
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