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Mathew Moore received a walk in the big blind.
Chris Dombrowski raised to 110,000 and Jesse McEuen made the call from the big blind. McEuen led for 70,000 on the flop and Dombrowski raised to 195,000 prompting a fold by McEuen.
Dombrowski received a walk in the big blind.
McEuen raised to 100,000 from the blind and Moore called from the big blind. Moore check folded to McEuen's 50,000 bet on the flop.
McEuen received a walk in the big blind.
McEuen completed the small blind and Dombrowski raised to 100,000. McEuen called the bet and checked the flop. Dombrowski continued for 180,000 and McEuen raised to 400,000. Dombrowski reraised to 880,000 and McEuen eventually gave up.
From the small blind, Chris Dombrowski made it 120,000 with Mathew Moore calling from the big blind.
The flop of saw Dombrowski continue for 120,000 with Moore making the call as the landed on the turn and Dombrowski pushed out 220,000 to force a fold from Moore.
Chris Dombrowski kicked it off with a button raise of 115,000 before Jesse McEuen moved all in. Dombrowski folded and McEuen was pushed the pot.
Mathew Moore made it 110,000 from the button only to have Jesse McEuen three-bet to 310,000. Chris Dombrowski then moved all in from the big blind for 1,290,000 and Moore shipped also. McEuen quickly folded and the cards were placed on their backs.
With Dombrowski at risk, the flop fell to give him the lead, and when the and landed on the turn and river, he would double through to 2,950,000 in chips.
Chris Dombrowski raised to 105,000 from the button and Jesse McEuen made the call. McEuen checked the flop and Dombrowski bet 130,000. McEuen moved all in and Dombrowski released his hand.
McEuen completed the small blind and Dombrowski checked his option. McEuen check called Dombrowski's bet of 55,000 on the flop. Both players check the turn. McEuen led for 75,000 on the river and Dombrowski folded.
McEuen raised to 135,000 from the button and Dombrowski moved all in from the small blind. Mathew Moore folded from the big as did McEuen.
Moore raised to 130,000 from the small blind and McEuen folded in the big. Hand #119
Moore raised to 110,000 from the button and the blinds folded.
Jesse McEuen raised to 135,000 from the button and picked up the blinds and antes.
Mathew Moore limped the small blind only to have Jesse McEuen raise to 110,000. Moore made the call and then checked the flop. McEuen tapped the table behind him as the landed on the turn and both players checked again.
The river landed the and Moore checked before McEuen bet out 75,000. Moore quickly folded and McEuen flashed his for a straight.
Chris Dombrowski receives a walk ... and we have a dealer change!
Jesse McEuen made it 140,000 to go from the button only to have Mathew Moore three-bet to 350,000. McEuen quickly mucked and Moore was pushed the pot.