Mateusz Moolhuizen looks to be the chip leader of the tournament with just 8 players away from the money. Moolhuizen is making good use of his stack.
It folded around to the player on the button who raised to 12,500 and Moolhuizen didn’t agree with that. He opted to go for the three-bet and put in 42,500. The player in the big blind folded immediately and it didn’t take too long for the initial raiser to throw his hand to the muck as well. He did show the :::Ad to Moolhuizen as he send the pot over to Moolhuizen.
Moolhuizen won the Unibet Open Malta Main Event back in 2011 and also won the Unibet Open Antwerp Main Event in 2015. He’s looking to add a third title to that list here in Bucharest and is well underway to making a deep run.