On the flop, Sean Winter checked from the big blind and so did Isaac Haxton in the hijack. Max Silver bet 13,500 out of the cutoff and both of his opponents called. The on the turn saw Winter check, Haxton bet 32,000 and Silver fold. Winter just called and checked again the river.
Haxton pondered about his decision before tapping the table and mucked once Winter showed for a flopped set and turned full house.
Joining the action on the turn, David Peters bet 22,500 from the cutoff and table neighbor Charlie Carrel just flat-called to see the appear on the river. Peters checked quickly, Carrel however took his time before making a bet of what looked like 25,000. Peters now snap-called and Carrel flashed for a flopped full house, Peters the for the higher full house.
From the hijack, Sam Greenwood raised to 5,500 and Tobias Reinkemeier three-bet to 13,700 out of the big blind. Greenwood called and Reinkemeier asked for the stack behind, which was around 25,000. The flop came and Reinkemeier continued for 7,000 before snap-calling the shove of Greenwood.
While the turn was a blank, the river gave Greenwood a double up in style with a straight flush.
Less than one orbit later, the duo clashed again and created a pot worth 60,000 to the . Greenwood shoved for 59,900 and Reinkemeier let go.
Daniel Negreanu seems hell bent on making people healthy.
It started with the dealer, who Negreanu spent the last minute of the break convincing to quit smoking. It moved on to Dan Shack, who the devout Vegan told about the good fat in nuts as he chomped away at his own spinach salad. Then it moved on to Timothy Adams, who's stack had fallen into the danger zone before Negreanu helped him get healthy again.
The hand started with an under the gun raise from Negreanu to 5,500 and fellow Canadians Mike McDonald and Adams both calling in the blinds. McDonald and Adams checked the flop, but only Adams called when Negreanu continued for 9,000.
The turn saw another check from Adams, but he did not go away when Negreanu made it 15,000. Finally, on the river, Adams check-called Negreanu's 22,000-chip bet.
Negreanu rivered a bigger two pair than he'd flopped, but Adams had turned the flush and is almost back to starting stack now with Negreanu falling well below that mark.