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Hand #53: Jeff Blenkarn moved all in for 450,000 and Mike Kachan thought about it and asked, “You strong?” He folded, as did everyone else. Blenkarn showed .
Hand #54: Kachan opened for 95,000 and Viktor Skoldstedt three-bet to 205,000. The blinds folded and it was back to Kachan who moved all in. Skoldstedt didn’t waste much time before mucking.
Hand #55: Kachan made it 85,000, Neo Hoang raised to 240,000 Kachan let it go.
Hand #56: Skoldstedt made it 85,000 and Eric Shanks called in the big blind. The flop was . Shanks check-called a bet of 105,000 and they saw a turn card . Both players checked to see a river . Shanks checked again and Skoldstedt bet 175,000. Shanks made the call.
Skoldstedt turned over and Shanks won with his . “Nice call,” Skoldstedt said.
Hand #47: Richard Milne raised to 70,000 on the button and Andrew Egan moved all in from the small blind and when the big blind folded Milne instantly called.
Milne had and Egan was in trouble with . The cards ran out and the river saved, and doubled up Egan.
Hand #48: Steve Gross opened for 60,000 and Eric Shanks called in the big blind. The flop was and a check from Shanks saw Gross bet 50,000 and take it down.
Hand #49: Gross opened for 60,000 and Shanks three-bet from the small blid to 170,000. That won Shanks the pot.
Hand #50: Richard Milne open shoved and took the antes and blinds.
Hand #51: Jeff Blenkarn made a rare opening raise from the button and got called in the big blind by Mike Kachan. The flop was and both players had another look at their hole cards. Kachan checked and Blenkarn bet 100,000. Kachan studied his opponent and announced in a confident voice, “I’m all in.” Blenkarn mucked his hand.
Hand #45: Mike Kachan raised to 65,000 and folded after Viktor Skoldstedt moved all in. Kachan mucked ace-high and was shown by Skoldstedt.
Hand #46: Short-stacked Andrew Egan was in the big blind with 115,000 chips in total. Jeff Blenkarn raised to 65,000 and the action folded to Egan, who called and turned over . Egan wasn't all in yet and Blenkarn was in the benefit of knowing the cards of his opponent.
On the flop, Egan moved all in and Blenkarn pondered about his decision for a good minute. He eventually called off the 50,000 and turned over . Neither the turn nor the river improved his hand and Egan doubled up.