Long Lui shoved all-in for 60,000 from under the gun and Martin Zamani called in the big blind. Lui: [Ac6h] Zamani: [9d9c] The board ran out [2sKh2dJc4c] and Lui was eliminated.
Martin Zamani was all-in for approximately 240,00, and Chance Kornuth called. Zamani: [As7s] Kornuth: [TdTs] The board ran out [9c2cJd4d2s], and Kornuth's tens held to eliminate Zamani.
Martin Zamani had his remaining 30,000 or so chips in preflop against Chance Kornuth. Zamani: [KdJc] Kornuth: [KhKs] Zamani was in rough shape and although the [Jd9d4c] flop gave him a sweat, the [Ad] and [2c] completed the board to send the rest of his chips to Kornuth.
Following a raise to 3,500, Martin Zamani three-bet to 15,000 from the button before Jordan Cristos shoved for 155,000 from the small blind. The initial raiser folded, and Zamani called all-in for roughly 85,000. Zamani: [JsJc] Cristos: [QhQd] The board ran out [Ts2s3c7d8d] and Zamani was eliminated.
With the board reading [5sKh7s3h] Martin Zamani moved all-in for his last 35,000. Jeremy Ausmus made the call and tabled [Ks4s] for top pair with a flush draw. Zamani tabled [9h6h] for flush and straight draws. The river [2d] was no help and Zamani was eliminated.
With roughly 45,000 in the middle and the flop reading [KdAh8s], Martin Zamani bet out 23,000 from the big blind. Johan Guilbert called next to act, before Fred Lopez folded in late position. The turn landed the [3s] and Zamani bet 30,000. Guilbert called all-in for 24,500 and tabled his
Martin Zamani raised to 4,000 from middle position and Aaron Van Blarcum called in the big blind. The flop landed [4s7d3h] and Van Blarcum checked to Zamani who bet 3,000. Van Blarcum called, before both players checked down the [5d] and [9h] on the turn and river. Van Blarcum tabled his [Kc3c],
The 2020 World Series of Poker Online continued on GGPoker on Wednesday with Event #36: $1,500 FIFTY STACK No-Limit Hold'em attracting a 1,342-entrant field that created a $1,912,350 prize pool. South Africa's Michael "YesPlease" Clacher would break through to collect the $297,496 first-place prize and the WSOP bracelet - the