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Erik Seidel opened to 160,000 in middle position and Justin Bonomo flat-called in the cutoff, while Chris Hunichen defended in the big blind.
Seidel bet 200,000 when checked to on the flop of and Bonomo moved all-in for around 1,700,000. Hunichen and Seidel both folded.
Bin Weng raised to 160,000 in the hijack and Sam Soverel three-bet to 425,000 on the button. The action came back to Weng who jammed in his stack and Soverel surrendered his hand.
Gal Yifrach raised to 160,000 from early position and Sam Soverel shoved for 2,300,000. Yifrach let it go and Soverel took the pot.
On the next hand, Michael Addamo raised to 160,000 and Justin Bonomo called. Chris Hunichen then jammed for 955,000 and only Bonomo called.
The board came and Hunichen was awarded the pot.
Erik Seidel opened to 160,000 in the cutoff and Bin Weng called in the big blind.
Seidel bet 150,000 on the flop of and Weng called. Both players checked on the turn and Weng led out with a bet of around 80,000 on the river. Seidel called.
Weng showed a pair of fives with and Seidel tabled a better pair with and took the pot down.
Sam Soverel opened on the button and Erik Seidel defended the big blind.
Seidel check-called a 100,000 bet on the flop. Both players checked the turn, and Seidel check-called for 240,000 on the river.
Soverel flashed which was no good against the of Seidel.
On the next hand, Erik Seidel called in the small blind and called when Michael Addamo raised to 320,000 in the big blind.
Seidel check-called a bet of 180,000 on the flop, and check-folded on the turn when Addamo fired out 360,000.
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Mustapha Kanit raised to 160,000 from early position and Gal Yifrach shoved in the big blind for 1,525,000. Kanit thought it over before calling.
The board came , no help to Kanit as he was eliminated. He picks up more than $125,000 for his efforts.