Matt Salsberg first won a flip with pocket fives versus ace-king (flop Ace, river five) and then flat-called a raise to 20,000 with pocket queens. Behind him was a raise to 55,000 and Salsberg's shove for 200,000 was called by Sam Ruha with pocket nines. No suckout on the board and the TV producer doubled up.
Adriano Scagnetti's fall from grace is now complete.
Louis Salter raised from late position, Scagnetti three-bet the small blind and Salter shoved in. Scagnetti tanked, shrugged and called off his last 100,00-plus with the . He was flipping versus Salter's .
In a three-way all in situation, Stephen Koutsouvelis was huge favorite against Aleksandar Angelevski and Pryce Pincott.
The flop changed nothing whatsoever while Angelevski's jacks were worthless after the turn, as that would have given Pincott a straight with three almost even stacks. The on the river shipped the entire pot to Koutsouvelis and his rail let out some "pass the sugar" chants.
Phares Bouya opened to 22,000 and Tong Nguyen moved all in for 72,000 from one seat over. Bouya asked the dealer for a count and then made the call for the 50,000 more with . Nguyen held the , but found no help on the flop .
Instead, Bouya even had straight outs and scooped the pot thanks to the turn and river.
Daniel Neilson experiences somewhat of a roller coaster as of lately, as he keeps winning chips and then doubling shorter stacks. Just now, Andre de Melo shoved for 135,000 and Neilson flat-called from the button with . De Melo had the usual coin flip with and got there on the flop of a board .