Ostergaard found 9♣ 8♦ on the button and opened with a raise. In the big blind Maxime Canevet found K♠ K♦ and decided to trap and simply called.
Flop: 9♠ 9♦ J♠ (6.5m)
That’s what can happen if you slow play kings. Ostergaard out-flopped the Frenchman, and after a check the Dane bet 3.25m. Canevet called.
Turn: Q♥ (13m)
Now Ostergaard bet 6m and Canevet called again.
River: 7♥ (25m)
With 25m in the middle, this pot was huge and it was bound to grow bigger.
Canevet checked a third time and now Ostergaard moved all-in for effectively 16m.
After not too much time Canevet managed to find a fold – a good one.
But with this hand Ostergaard once again took the lead and Maxime Canevet is at the bottom of the leader board again.
The players are now on a half hour break.