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Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:28 PM Local Time
Nipun Java gets a walk in the big blind.
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:25 PM Local Time
Nipun Java calls on the button, Vasili Firsau calls in the small blind and Andreas Freund checks. All the players check on the
flop. Same scenario on
river. Java wins the hand with
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:23 PM Local Time
Numit Agrawal opens the button with a raise to 420,000. Nipun Java three-bets from the small blind to 1,060,000. Agrawal shoves all-in and Java calls.
Java gets a flush draw on the flop. The flush completes on the turn. The river doesn't change anything. Agrawal is eliminated in 4th place for $112,717.
Nipun Java - 4,900,000
Numit Agrawal - Eliminated
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:18 PM Local Time
Vasili Firsau limps from under the gun, and Numit Agrawal calls from the small blind. Nipun Java checks his option, and the flop comes . Agrawal checks, and Java bets 185,000. Only Firsau calls.
The turn is the , and both players check, and the completes the board on the river. Java bets 350,000, and Firsau folds.
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:16 PM Local Time
Vasili Firsau limps from the button, Andreas Freund calls from the small blind, and Numit Agrawal checks his option in the big blind.
The flop comes , and action checks around to Firsau. He bets 205,000, and both other players fold.
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:11 PM Local Time
Numit Agrawal limps in from the cutoff, Vasili Firsau completes the small blind and Andreas Freund checks his option. Firsau and Freund both check on the flop. Agrawal bets 120,000. Firsau folds and Freund raises pot, 720,000. Agrawal folds and Freund wins this pot.
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:09 PM Local Time
Numit Agrawal opens the action with a pot raise to 420,000 on the button. Nipun Java and Vasili Firsau both fold their blinds.
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:04 PM Local Time
Thursday, June 25, 2015 2:03 PM Local Time
The announcer is introducing the players to the crowd assembled on the rail, and play will be underway momentarily.
Thursday, June 25, 2015 12:49 PM Local Time
Vasili Firsau was the chip leader for most of the early portions of the Event #46 final table. He'll return today with a slightly below average stack.
Event #46 was supposed to crown a World Series of Poker champion yesterday but sometimes, the schedule doesn't cooperate, especially when there are four players that just can't be separated like there was during yesterday's post-dinner final table.
Four players returned from the dinner break and after close to five hours of play, Nipun Java, Andreas Freund, Vasili Firsau and Numit Agrawal just would not break.
Numit Agrawal bent though, getting short stacked but managing two vitally important double ups to save his tournament life. While those two all-in and calls were exciting, the rest of the four handed battle was a cagey affair, with no one getting too out of line or wanting to play big pots.
Rightfully so, as the remaining pay jumps are big and no one seems willing to give up a shot at a WSOP gold bracelet.
These remaining four players will all return for that opportunity at 2 PM, with WSOP.com picking up the action with more hand for hand final table updates coming as soon as cards are in the air.