The last four hands have all involved all-in-shoves. The extreme short stack at the table started things off with two un-called shoves. Collecting the blinds on both hands almost doubled Alexandre Cote-St-Louis up!
Next it was Jamie Baker who shoved on the button. Terence Caulcutt took his time thinking about it, and eventually trusted his gut to make the call. It was a good read.
However, the board was dealt , and Jamie doubled up at Terence’s expense. It was a good read – just bad luck. It didn’t end Terence’s night, but it did set him back 875,000, cutting his stack in half.
The next hand it was Alexandre who shoved preflop again, this his third time in four hands. However, this time he didn’t collect the blinds, just 6th place and $3,270. His faced off in a losing battle against Grant Ellis’ , with the board giving Grant two pair, Aces and Queens, and the rest of Alex’s chips.
We say goodbye to Alexandre, and now only five players remain!