Frankie O'Dell completed the third street bet with a showing, and Scott Bohlman () paused for minute, examining his chips, before pushing forward a raise. All other players folded, and O'Dell called. On fourth street, O'Dell received the and checked. Bohlman was dealt the and bet out. Frankie called, and the players received their fifth street cards, the for O'Dell and the for Bohlman. Frankie again checked, and Bohlman pushed forward a bet which almost put him all-in. He head only a few thousand behind. O'Dell tanked for a minute, and decided to fold. Bohlman pulled in the pot, and now has 280,000.
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Rep Porter completed the bet with a , and Tom Schneider made the call with . Schneider took the lead when he caught a baby against Porter's paint on fourth, and he bet every street from there. Porter called him down.
Tom Schneider raised from under-the-gun, and Rep Porter in the big blind was the only caller. The flop came . Porter checked, Schneider bet, and Porter called. The dealer turned the , and again Porter checked, Schneider bet, and Porter called. The river was the , and for a third straight street, Porter checked, Schneider bet, and Porter called. The players turned over their cards for a showdown:
The players held identical low hands, and split that portion of the pot. Schneider's two pair, jacks and sevens, was enough for him to win the high, and Schneider ended up pulling in three quarters of the pot.
Tom Schneider completed the blind after action folded around to him, and Viatcheslav Ortynskiy checked his option.
The flop came , and Schneider led out. Ortynskiy raised, and Schneider called. The turn came , and Schneider check-called. Both players checked the river. Schneider turned over for a missed straight draw and overs, while Ortynskiy revealed for a pair of sevens.
Eddie Blumenthal completed from first position with a , and Rep Porter called with . Both caught small on fourth, and Blumenthal continued betting. Porter called. Fifth brought a third baby and a third heart for Porter, so he took the lead, and Blumenthal called fifth and sixth.
Porter bet again on seventh, and Blumenthal tanked before calling. Porter showed for a wheel, and Blumenthal's slide continues.
On the first hand back from break, Eddie Blumenthal completed the bet on third street showing the . Rep Porter called with the . Blumenthal continued to bet every street, with Porter calling the whole way. After he called on the river, it was time for a showdown.
Blumenthal held two pair, jacks and fives, but Porter had a concealed pair of aces that gave him a higher two pair, aces and nines. Porter won the pot and is now up to 500,000.