EPT Prague: Play under way

The first all in of the day came to nothing. Francesco Cirianni pushed, stood to await his fate but only saw the others fold one by one. Still, that’s good for the blinds, currently 2,000-4,000 with a 500 ante.

Soon after the feature table got its first all-in action, which you may have seen yourself on EPT Live, courtesy of Italian Salvatore Bonavena. He pushed with Ah-3h and was called by ShootingStar Sebastian Ruthenberg holding Jd-Tc. Bonavena got his ace on the flop and a second on the turn to bring that action to a close, doubling him up.

We just heard a “Yes!” from another player, as yet unidentified, so another double up has struck somewhere. Not so for Petr Samcenko who, by the look on his face during a slow walk to the cash desk, is our 32nd place finisher.

Then a few moments ago Salvatore Bonavena was at it again, pushing with A-Q which, again, Sebastian Ruthenberg called. This time an emphatic flop for the Italian, making two pair on a Ad-Qh-5c-9d-5s board. Now it's Ruthenberg looking for help.

Stephen Bartley
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