Anthony Zinno raised from the button and Samuel Vousden defended the big blind to see a flop of . Vousden checked, Zinno bet 75,000 and Vousden then check-raised big to 300,000 for more than half of his remaining stack.
Natasha Barbour raised to 55,000 from the cutoff and Joseph Serock three-bet to 150,000 in the small blind, which Barbour called. On the flop, the action went check, check. On the turn, Serock checked, Barbour bet 160,000 and Serock called.
The appeared on the river and Serock checked again. Barbour bet 275,000 and that forced a fold from Serock.
Day 3 of the EPT 13 Barcelona €10,300 High Roller gets underway at 12.30 p.m. and will play down to a winner, no matter how late. Last year the structure was altered slightly to accommodate the larger than average field before Nick Petrangelo, Kuljinder Sidhu and eventual winner Mustapha Kanit did a deal, and that may have to be the case this year with an incredible 591 entries.
Leading the way is Ilkin Amirov with 1,700,000 in chips. The Azerbaijani is second in his home country's all time money list. His biggest cash came in last season's EPT Prague Main Event where he finished 3rd for €391,910 but will be eyeing up the €849,200 first prize money here in Barcelona.
Also with plenty of chips at the start of Day 3 is Julian Stuer. He final tabled the earlier €50,000 Super High Roller in Barcelona, finishing 8th for €181,200. The German will be looking to emulate his countryman Fedor Holz's win in that event.