he got all-in for the last 15 big blinds with A Club Suits Q Hearts Suits. He fought 7 Heart Suits 7 Diamond Suits from Romanello. The board didn’t improve on either hand and Krishna had to settle for $31,581 as a seventh-place finisher.
Aleksandr Trofimov maintained his grip on the second chip position by winning a coinflip preflop by tens of pockets against KQ from Hannes Speiser. Trfimov missed the top set and avoided Speiser’s backdoor diamond draw to send the Austrian home in sixth place on $43,518.
France’s Thomas Cazayous won his first WSOP bracelet of 2019 by recording a max $3,000 no-limit hold’em event in the series. He came in several places to get second, but was eventually knocked out in fifth place when bonus138 he ran the top pair into Paul Barnes’ top set. He earned $59,966 for his efforts.
Aleksandr Trofimov got all-in for the last 12 big blinds with A Club SuitsJ Spades Suits and finally against Niklas Astedt, who held A SpadesQ Club Suits. Trofimov dominated preflop, but managed to turn things around by hitting the top pair on the flop J Club Suit 6 Spade Suit 4 Diamond Suit. The 10th Club Suit gave Astedt a nice straight draw to follow his out for a pair of queens. The letter K Club Suit on the river fills Astedt right away to give him the pot. Trofimov was eliminated in fourth place ($82,633).
Orkhan Allahverdiyev is the next to head to the virtual rail. He lost the classic preflop coin flip, with his A Club Suit K Club Suit falling to 4 Heart Suit 4 Club Suit from Paul Barnes. Allahverdiyev dropped a king for the lead, but the 4 Suits of Spades in turn favored Barnes in a set and strangelhold in the pot. Allahverdiyev crashed out in eighth place, earning $22,918 for his strong performance at the event.