He shoved all-in for.99 million and he picked up the pot.
The flop fell 24T and Kolkowicz elected to check.
The 7 came on the turn and it checked to Kolkowicz again.
HS 8:10pm: Andrey Bondar eliminated in third place (271,500) Level 31 - Blinds 80,000/160,000 (ante 20,000) We're heads-up here in Monte Carlo and it's Andrey Bondar who's out in third.Raffaele Sorrentino: Pocket fours good After the 3K7 flop, Bondar had the nut flush draw and was a 57 percent favourite, even though Sorrentino had the best hand.JS 6:55pm: Of they go again Level 31 - Blinds 80,000/160,000 (ante 20,000) There were no eliminations in the previous level and as the players return it's only really the top two who have anything approaching a playable stack.Hand #117: Sorrentino raised to 350,000 with and Sorrentino called with.Klatt limped from the small blind with A2 and Raffaele Sorrentino checked his option with.Sorrentino did likewise and the J fell on the turn.
Kolkowicz checked again, Sorrentino bet 500,000 and the decision was on Kolkowicz.They're taking a 20-minute break and will then return to the following stacks: Name Country Chips Michael Kolkowicz France 6,920,000 Maxim Panyak Russia 3,805,000 Raffaele Sorrentino Italy 3,550,000 Andrey Bondar Russia 3,340,000 Andreas Klatt Germany 2,860,000 Diego Zeiter Argentina 1,340,000 2:55pm: Kolkowicz extends Level.It started with Diego Zeiter raising from under the gun with.Also all the information is on the PokerStars live App, which is available on both Android or IOS.We're down to five.-NW Diego Zeiter, left, sees his last against Michael Kolkowicz Zeiter bids farewell 3:15pm: Bondar with the ace Level 28 - Blinds 40,000/80,000 (ante 10,000) They're off again at the final table, and Andrey Bondar picked up AT under the gun and.The on the turn was a blank and so was the on the river.