Level 25 (15,000/30,000/4,000)
Total BPPS Entrants: 272
Players Remaining: 5
Chip Average: 1,650,000
The biggest pot of the tournament just played out at the final table and it’s seen Abraham Korotki regain his stop near the top of the BPPS leaderboard while crippling Justin Kadet.
The action was picked up pre flop with Kadet opening the button to 65,000 and Eilyah Asur called in the small blind. Korotki, who was in the big blind, then three-bet to 290,000 and after some thought, Kadet announced himself “all-in”. Asur quickly folded and Korotki snap called, tabling .
He needed help and needed it fast, as Kadet held and had the shorter stack dominated. That domination held until the river, as the board ran out , with Korotki smashing the river, saving his tournament life and welcoming the double with a celebratory shout and fist pump.
Kadet was left bemoaning his luck, or lack thereof, as he was cut down to just over 500,000. Korotki on the other hand is now back over the 2,000,000 chip mark and is back to being a serious threat to take down this title.
There are just over 20 minutes remaining in Level 25.