On a flop of , the player first to act checked to Brian Warren who put in a bet of 11,000, and only Bradley Berman made the call from the cutoff.
On the turn Warren checked to Berman who fired out 20,000 and Warren made the call.
The river was the , and Warren took the lead, putting in a bet of 55,000 and Berman called fairly quickly. Warren tabled for top pair on the river and Berman took down the pot when he showed for a flopped set.
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Kenny Hallaert raised in the hijack to 6,000 and the big blind defended.
On the flop of , the big blind check called a bet of 5,000 from Hallaert.
The turn was the and the big blind decided to lead out for 6,500. Hallaert didn't waste much time before putting in a raise to 20,000. His opponent thought about it for a few quick seconds and mucked his hand.