The Eastern Europeans have arrived in force and the final table arena has devolved into a contest of patriotism, with the British singing and stomping on one end, while the Russians are responding in kind. Both Jake Cody and Yevgeniy Timoshenko appear to be enjoying the festivities and both players are smiling in response to a few of the more risque chants.
|Bui||80,000 / 160,000|
That's six levels in the books for this heads-up final, and the players need a break. They've stepped off stage to a roar from Cody's crowd, and play will recommence in just a few minutes.
Cody made a raise to 165,000 holding the button and Timoshenko cut out enough chips to make the call. The flop came and both players checked.
The didn't appear to change anything but Timoshenko fired out 200,000 chips and Cody flat called.
Timoshenko tapped the table and Cody flipped up his to take the pot.
Jake Cody opened to 165,000, and Yevgeniy Timoshenko made the call to see a flop. Timoshenko took a long pause before checking, and Cody bet 150,000. Timoshenko called, and the dropped on fourth street, drawing another check from Timoshenko. Cody bet 268,000 into a pot of well over 600,000, and Timoshenko took pause before releasing his cards into the muck.
With the button, Jake Cody raised to 165,000 and Yevgeniy Timoshenko flat called. The flop fell and Timoshenko checked to Cody, who fired 145,000 into the middle. The Ukrainian released his hand and the blogger's platform began to shake as Cody's supporters stomped their feet in approval.
Jake Cody opened to 165,000, and Yevgeniy Timoshenko reraised to 385,000, earning him the pot right there. This has become something of an auto-three-bet match in the last level or so.
After a min-raise by Timoshenko, Cody called and we saw a flop of . Cody checked and called a bet of 70,000, bringing a turn of to the board.
Cody checked once again and Timoshenko stared straight ahead in thought, before counting out a bet of 180,000 chips. Cody peeked back at his hand before flicking it into the muck.
Timoshenko smiled as he stacked his new chips and asked Cody "what happened to the rail?" This match is beginning to heat up quickly and the action is escalating.
Jake Cody opened to 125,000 from the button, and Yevgeniy Timoshenko three-bet to... some amount. We didn't even get a chance to eyeball it before Cody's cards hit the muck.