Three Shoves and No Call
$1,150 TKPT Main Event Final Day 6/84
Level 21: 5,000-10,000 / Ante 1,000
On the heads-up flop of As5d2d, Mario Eder bet 25,000 from the hijack and Mohan Karran called on the button. The next bet on the 2c turn was worth 46,000 and again Karran called. On the 6s river, Eder checked and quickly folded to the shove of Karran.
The next hand, Viktor Karkus raised to 20,000 and Albert Balayn defended out of the big blind. On the KcJh6s flop, Balayn check-called a bet worth 25,000 before check-folding the Ad turn to the all in of Karkus.
Last but not least, Arman Soltani raised it up from the cutoff and Balayn called in the small blind. On the 9d7s4d flop, Balayn moved all in for around 17 big blinds and Soltani folded.
Mario Eder – 455,000
Mohan Karran – 370,000
Viktor Karkus – 235,000
Albert Balayn – 220,000