The action was picked up on a flop , with the cards already tabled for a three-way all in with Stacey Breslin having her two opponents covered.
Breslin was in good shape to eliminate her opponents with a set of tens. The turn didn't change anything but a hit the river, giving a set of queens to Kaplan as well as the double up through Breslin for his last 29,700.
The action picked up when Garry Gates opened for 1,200 in late position. The cutoff and the button called and it went three ways to a flop of . Gates flicked an orange 5,000 chip to the middle and everyone folded.
Jason Fisher limped in early position and it was raised to 3,000 by the player next to him. It folded to the big blind who called, followed by Fisher.
The flop showed and the three players checked to see a on the turn. The big blind led out for 1,600 and Fisher raised to 5,000. It folded to the big blind who called.
The came on the river and the big blind sent another bet of 1,600 in the middle. Fisher tanked for a minute and raised it to 10,000. After some thinking, the big blind let it go and Fisher grabbed the pot.
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