2016-11-02 23:16 UTC-3
Rajagopalan Sankaranarayanan raised to 2,200 from early position, Jason Acosta three-bet shoved for 20,100 from the button, and Sankaranarayanan called.
The flop came down
, giving Sankaranarayanan the lead with a set of sixes. The turn kept him ahead, but the river was the to give Acosta a set of nines to double up.
Jason Acosta Rajagopalan Sankaranarayanan
2016-11-02 23:05 UTC-3
Tyson Apostol opened on the button to 2,500 and then called a three-bet to 8,000 from small blind Matthew Wantman. The flop came
and Wantman bet just 5,000. Apostol made it 10,000 and Wantman called. Wantman checked the and Apostol put in 10,000 more. Wantman raised to 23,000 and Apostol snap-folded.
Matthew Wantman Tyson Apostol
2016-11-02 22:47 UTC-3
Michael Gagliano raised to 2,500 from under the gun, Eli Ross called from the cutoff, and Manuel Perito called from the big blind.
The flop came down
and Perito checked to Gagliano who bet 4,000. Ross raised to 9,000, Perito folded, and Gagliano called.
landed on the turn and Gagliano check-called another 9,000 from Ross.
The river was the
and both players checked.
for a pair of kings, Ross mucked, and Gagliano won the pot.
Eli Ross Manuel Perito Michael Gagliano
2016-11-02 22:03 UTC-3
The players are on their final 20-minute break of the night.
2016-11-02 21:54 UTC-3
Jaime Staples pushed all in for what looked like 7,700 in middle position, and Nick Aguilera casually dropped in a calling chip from the small blind.
Staples needed a lot of help and the PokerStars Team Online Pro found none on the
Jaime Staples Nick Aguilera
2016-11-02 21:45 UTC-3
After a series of raises, a player is all in from under the gun for 56,700 with
against Vinny Pahuja in middle position with .
The board ran out
, safe for Pahuja to score the elimination.
"That was a gift," commented a player at the table. "Guess he had somewhere to be."
2016-11-02 21:37 UTC-3
Following the river of a
board with about 10,000 in the pot, Robert Cheung bet 13,500 from the cutoff. Dan Howe called from the button.
Cheung mucked his cards, and Howe dragged the pot without showing.
Dan Howe Robert Cheung
2016-11-02 21:30 UTC-3
Christian Francia opened under the gun to 2,000 and called a three-bet to 5,500 from small blind John Lytle. Lytle fired 7,500 on the
flop and then called for about 10,000 more when Francia shipped.
Bricks fell on the turn and river, and Francia doubled through.
Christian Francia John Lytle