Mohsin Charania opened the action with a raise and got called by Eric Sclavos. On the flop, another 1,200 chips went into the middle by both players and Sclavos then put his opponent all in after a on the turn. Charania called off for around 4,500 in chips with for the gutshot and nut flush draw, but he could not improve anymore versus .
Catching the action with Jeff Madsen drawing two and both Stuart Rutter and Richard Ashby drawing one, Rutter bet his last 125 and both Madsen and Ashby called. All three players drew one and Madsen bet 800 and stood pat as his two opponents drew one.
Madsen bet and Ashby called with Madsen tabling before Ashby revealed his to scoop the pot.
Brian Rast raised from the button to 800 and got two callers in Shirley Rosario and Gary Benson. The initial raiser got out of the way quickly on an ace high flop and Benson was unfortunate enough to spike a set of eights. Rosario had a set of aces with and Benson will need a miracle when they return from the upcoming break.
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Brian Rast opened the button to 800 and Shirley Rosario raised the small blind to 1,200 before Gary Benson made it 1,600 from the big. Both players called, and when the flop fell with Benson betting, they called again.
The turn of the saw Benson lead out again, but this time it would be Rast raising to 1,600 as both Rosario and Benson called.
The river of the was checked through with Rosario tabling her for a straight and the second best low.