Hands #154-161: Ivers Doubles Through Cheong
Hand #154: David Ivers limped from the small blind and Joseph Cheong responded by moving all in from the big blind. Ivers snap-called, putting at risk his last 28,800,000.
The runout was and Ivers doubled up.
Hand #155: Cheong raised to 4,800,000 on the button and Ivers folded.
Hand #156: Ivers limped from the small blind and Cheong checked. The flop came and Cheong check-called a bet of 2,000,000 from Ivers. The turn was the and was checked through to the river. Cheong checked once more. Ivers fired 5,500,000 and Cheong folded.
Hand #157: Cheong limped from the small blind and Ivers checked. The flop was and was checked through to the turn and to the river. Both players checked again and Cheong tabled to claim the pot.
Hand #158: Ivers limped from the small blind and Cheong raised to 5,600,000. Ivers folded.
Hand #159: Cheong limped on the button and Ivers checked. The flop came and Ivers check-called a bet of 1,600,000 from Cheong. The turn was the and Ivers checked once more. Cheong continued with a bet of 6,000,000 and Ivers let it go.
Hand #160: Ivers raised to 3,800,000 from the small blind and Cheong moved all in. Ivers folded.
Hand #161: Cheong limped from the small blind and Ivers raised to 5,600,000. Cheong folded.