Final table update 3 - £1 Million Showdown
The final table of the £1 Million Showdown event at EPT London is underway. Blinds are 5,000-10,000 with a 1,000 ante. Full details of the payout structure can be found here and you can follow all the action on EPT Live.
Click REFRESH to see the lastest up-to-the-minute updates
9pm: Blinds up
The blinds have increased and now stand at 6,000-12,000 with a running ante of 1,000.
8.55pm: Jetten and Watson go to war
Michael Watson raises again from the button and he ends up getting involved with Peter Jetten. There's betting and calling all the way on a flop of Kh-8c-Ad, then a turn of 4d, then a river of 5h. Jettson bets 65,000 on the end, Watson thinks for about five minutes then folds.
8.44pm: Watson takes a decent chunk out of Juanda
John Juanda raises pre-flop to 28,000 and Michael Watson flat calls on the button. They see a flop of As-2s-10h and Juanda bets 42,000 after asking Watson for a count. Watson calls. The turn is Kc and both check, then Juanda check-folds the 5d river after Watson bets 80,000.
8.40pm: Nguyen takes blinds
Scoty Nguyen only has one move and it's all in. He slides his short stack in and takes the blinds and antes.
8.38pm: Jetten pinches small pot from Watson
Michael Watson and Peter Jetten see a flop of 2h-2s-8s and Watson bets 36,000. Jetten calls. The turn is 5d and they both check. THe river is 7d which they both check again and Jetten shows down 10-10 to take it down.
8.32pm: Isabelle Mercier talks to the video bloggers
The Team PokerStars Pro Isabelle Mercier was delighted to reach her first EPT final table since the Deauville event on season two. Here she talks about her high rollers experience with the video blog team:
Watch EPT London 08: High Rollers- Isabelle Mercier on PokerStars.tv
8.30pm: Scotty Nguyen doubles up through Petter Jetten
Nguyen moves all in from the button and immediately implores John Juanda and Petter Jetten to call from the blinds. Juanda doesn't oblige but Jetten does and has 7-8 off suit. Nguyen has J-J and is way ahead. The flop comes 10s-3s-6d which gives an inside straight draw. The turn is a 7d, which gives two pair possibilities. The river is the Ks to snuff them out and Nguyen doubles up.
8.22pm: Scotty moves all-in, but then doesn’t, pushing his stack to the line before stopping just short, much to the merriment of a few people, not least Nguyen.
8.20pm: Isaac Haxton, USA, eliminated in sixth place, earning £103,000
Isaac Haxton puts in a standard raise and John Juanda reraises. Haxton has a long, long think but eventually shoves all in and Juanda insta-calls. No wonder: it's aces for JJ and Haxton is dominated with 8-8. They're even the same suits. There's an ace on the flop and the miracle running eights do not appear. Haxton is out in sixth.
8pm: Play resumes on the final table with six players remaining.