Hand #51: Jonathan Dimmig moved all in first to act from the small blind and Jeff Coburn quickly folded his big blind.
Hand #52: James Duke opened to 250,000 and would pick up the blinds and antes when everyone folded.
Hand #53: Coburn moved all in for slightly more than a million in chips from the button. Duke made the call from the big blind. The hands were turned over:
The flop came giving Coburn top pair and Duke an inside straight draw. The turn was the , meaning Duke could only eliminate Coburn with a jack on the river. The came on the river and Coburn doubled up to approximately 2.5 million in chips.
Hand #54: Coburn opened for 325,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #55: Duke opened for 350,000 and Dimmig reraised from the big blind to 885,000. James folded to give Dimmig the pot.
Hand #56: Andrew Teng raised to 320,000 from the button, Jonathan Dimmig called out of the small blind and Jeffrey Coburn moved all in. Both opponents folded and the short stack raked in the pot.
Hand #57: James Duke was first to act and raised it up to 350,000. Dimmig called and Bradley Anderson three-bet to 825,000 out of the big blind. Both opponents called but then folded when Duke followed up the flop with a bet of 1.2 million.
Hand #58: Dimmig raised and claimed the blinds and antes.
Hand #59: Dimmig raised to 425,000 from the button and Anderson three-bet to 1.1 million out of the big blind. Dimmig made the call and both checked down the flop.
The fell on the turn and Anderson bet 2.2 million with less than that behind. Dimmig moved all in and sent his opponent in a world of pain. Anderson eventually made the call and cheered when the cards were turned over.
Our chip leader needed a jack to score the knockout but it wasn’t meant to be as the completed the board. Anderson doubled up for 3,945,000 after the turn and we are still five handed.
Hand #65: We have a new chip leader in Bradley Anderson. He raised to 330,000 and Jonathan Dimmig three-bet to 885,000 out of the big blind. Anderson called and the two of them saw the flop. Dimmig led for 900,000 and was called.
The showed up on the turn and the second barrel from Dimmig followed, worth 1.7 million. Anderson min-raised to 3.4 million and his opponent tank folded. The updated chip counts are just a guess, since Anderson is trying to build a little tower to his left.
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Hand #66: James Duke opened for 350,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #67: Jonathan Dimmig opened for 325,000 from the button and Bradley Anderson called from the big blind. The flop came and Anderson checked. Dimmig got 410,000 and Anderson folded to give Dimmig the pot.
Hand #68: Jeff Coburn opened to 330,000 from the button and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #69: Anderson opened from the button to 325,000 and took down the pot.
Hand #70: Duke opened for 350,000 from the button. Dimmig called from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked.
The turn was the and Dimmig led out for 480,000. Duke folded to give him the pot.
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