Hands 71-80 APPT Manila Final Table
Hand 71: Nicholas Bamman
Button: Maor Feldinger (seat 6) – Marcus raises to 36,000 from the small blind and Bamman calls. The flop is Ks Ac 9s, Marcus bets 35,000, Bamman reraises 65,000 and Marcus folds.
Hand 72: Roger Spets
Button: Van Marcus (seat 9) – Feldinger calls, Marcus raises to 47,000, Spets calls from the big blind. Feldinger folds and the flop comes 6h 8c 8s. It’s check-check and the turn is 2s. Spets bets 70,000 and gets a call from Marcus. The river is 7s and Spets announces all-in. Marcus asks for a count but lays it down. Spets shows A Q.
Hand 73: Brett Parise
Button: Nicholas Bamman (seat 2) – Parise reraises to 120,000 after Bamman’s initial raise of 36,000 and takes it down. We’re now on a break and when we return, the blinds will be up to 8000/16,000 with a 2000 ante. The stacks have evened up dramatically with Roger Spets back in the lead (580,000) from Maor Feldinger (490,000), Brett Parise (460,000), Ira Blumenthal (350,000), Nicholas Bamman (349,000) and Van Marcus (318,000), who started the day as chip leader.
Hand 74: Ira Blumenthal
Button: Roger Spets (seat 3) – Blumenthal gets a walk on the first hand after the break.
Hand 75: Maor Feldinger
Button: Brett Parise (seat 4) – Déjà vu as Feldinger gets a walk in the big blind.
Hand 76: Van Marcus
Button: Ira Blumenthal (seat 5) – And again, this time Marcus takes the blinds and antes.
Hand 77: Van Marcus
Button: Maor Feldinger (seat 6) – The first action after the breaks sees Marcus call from the small blind. It’s checked down to the river on a board of Ks 3s 9d Ac Qs, and Marcus takes the pot with a pair of nines.
Hand 78: Van Marcus
Button: Van Marcus (seat 9) – Marcus raises to 32,000 and makes it a hat-trick of pots.
Hand 79: Brett Parise
Button: Nicholas Bamman (seat 2) – Spets and Parise get into a pot from the blinds. On a flop of 9d 5c 7h, both players check. The turn is 10h, Parise bets 32,000 and Spets folds.
Hand 80: Nicholas Bamman
Button: Roger Spets (seat 3) – Bamman raises to 45,000 in the cutoff, and everyone else behind him folds.