Hands 121- 130 APPT Manila FInal table

Hand 121: Ira Blumenthal

Button: Ira Blumenthal (seat 5) – No interest from anyone as Marcus takes the blinds and antes.

Hand 122: Van Marcus

Button: Maor Feldinger (seat 6) – Marcus raises to 60,000, and that’s enough to claim the pot.

Hand 123: Van Marcus

Button: Maor Feldinger (seat 6) – Once again, Marcus pops it up to 60,000 and takes the chips in the middle.

Hand 124: Ira Blumenthal

Button: Nicholas Bamman (seat 2) – This time it’s Blumenthal who gets the free pass.

Hand 125: Brett Parise

Button: Brett Parise (seat 4) – Parise raises to 50,000, and takes it down without any further action. It’s like a sparring session with one bet enough to take the blinds and antes. The value of this play is about to be increased with the new level of 6000/12,000 and antes of 2000.

Hand 126: Ira Blumenthal

Button: Ira Blumenthal (seat 5) – The bet of 80,000 doesn’t interest Feldinger or Marcus.

Hand 127: Brett Parise

Button: Maor Feldinger (seat 6) – Blumenthal gets it going with a bet of 80,000 and Parise declares all-in. Blumenthal calls, but is miles behind with sevens against Parise’s kings. The board of 5h Ks 2h 3d 9c make Parise a set and he doubles through Blumenthal. That makes a pot of more than 650,000 for the youngest player at the final table.

Hand 128: Nicholas Bamman

Button: Van Marcus (seat 9) – Bamman reraises to 190,000 after Marcus raised 60,000. Marcus folds.

Hand 129: Ira Blumenthal

Button: Nicholas Bamman (seat 2) – For the second round in-a-row, Blumenthal takes the pot unchallenged.

Hand 130: Brett Parise

Button: Brett Parise (seat 4) – Parise raises to 90,000 on the button and gathers the blinds and antes.

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