Three players were in action on the flop. First up was Olivier Busquet and he checked. Morten Klein was next and also checked, and then it fell on Jake Schindler. Schindler bet 38,000, and Busquet made the call. Klein folded.
After the paired the board on the turn, both players checked to see the land on the river. Busquet checked, Schindler bet 155,000, and Busquet called.
Schindler showed the , but that was no good against Busquet's .
Ryan Fee opened for 60,000, and Ismail Erkenov made the call from the small blind. Daniel Colman informed himself how much Fee was playing, and over called from the big blind.
Action checked to Fee on , and the initial raiser bet out 90,000. Erkenov instantly folded, Colman made the call.
Both players checked the on the turn, and the hit the river.
Colman checked again, and Fee announced all in. This 497,000 bet was big, and it got Colman interested. Minutes past, and at one point Colman apologized for taking so long. "You might be bluffing with the best hand", he said. He asked one more time how much it was, and then called.
Fee had for rivered trips, and Colman had... . "I did not put that in your range" said Colman.
Mustapha Kanit and Morten Klein just tangled again. Kanit opened from the hijack, and Klein made the call on the button.
Kanit made a 75,000 continuation bet on , and Klein min raised to 150,000. Kanit called, and checked again with the on the turn. Klein made a 225,000 bet, and now Kanit check raised to 540,000. Klein made the call without giving it much thought.
The fell on the river, and Kanit checked. Klein bet a mere 125,000, and Kanit went into the tank. Klein announced he might have , and kept on talking. "If I don't have the flush, it's the best bluff ever on this table" he laughed while sipping on his beer.
"I'm gonna show anyway" he continued. Kanit knew enough, and folded. Klein indeed showed: for the back door flush.
Olivier Busquet opened for 60,000, and action folded to Sam Trickett in the small blind. Trickett announced all in, and Jake Schindler folded his big blind instantly.
Trickett was under the impression that he had won the hand as he hadn't seen Busquet's open in front of him. Trickett got the bad news soon enough, as Busquet called. Trickett got up from his chair, and showed his with a blush of shame on his face. Busquet was in front with .
Trickett couldn't believe what he had done, but he sat straight back down as the flop hit. He was both open ended (minus two) and he had the live seven on top of the flush draw, so he really had a shot again.
The on the turn settled the double up, and the on the river was there just to make things official.
Action folded to Mustapha Kanit in the cutoff seat, and he raised to 65,000. Scott Seiver made the call from the big blind, and the flop came down . Both players checked.
The turn was the , and Seiver checked. Kanit fired a bet of 70,000, and Seiver check-raised to 190,000. Kanit called.
The river was the , and Seiver led for 230,000. Kanit took some time to think through his options, then made the call with the to beat Seiver's .
On the very next hand, play folded to Morten Klein on the button, and he raised to 65,000. Seiver called from the small blind, and that put Sam Trickett in an interesting spot in the big blind. With a stack of 313,000 behind after paying his ante and big blind, Trickett tanked for a bit. He eventually folded and left Seiver to battle with Klein.
The flop came down , and both players checked to see the land on the turn. That's where Seiver led for 130,000, and Klein called.
The completed the board on the river, and Seiver bet 275,000. Klein mulled it over, then called.
Seiver tabled the for two pair, aces and sixes. His rockets were no good, though, as Klein rolled over the for trip sixes, and he won the pot.