EPT Budapest: Replacements

With Szabolcs Saskoy gone from the Kravchenko table his seat is filled by PokerStars sponsored player Johnny Lodden after his table is broken and it’s not long before the Norwegian is raising, 14,000 pre-flop from the button, getting called by Kravchenko.

On the Td-8c-Ad flop Lodden bets again, another 17,000 which Kravcehnko backs away from, with good reason it seems as Lodden showed his A-T.

The table is hardly a quiet one. Korotkov Oleg, a PokerStars qualifier from Russia moved all in from the big blind but got no takers and then a huge pot developed between Micha Hoedemaker and Marino Serenelli.

With the chips in the cards were turned, a good old fashioned aces versus kings collision with the young Dutchman with the bullets. When the wreckage cleared Hoedemaker was sat behind a stack of 280,000 whilst Serenelli prepared to nurse his remaining 35,000.