Stephen Chidwick raised to 6,500 from early position and Byron Kaverman defended his big blind to see a [3s5s6d] flop. Both players checked through to reveal the [6c] on the turn, and Kaverman led out for 7,000. Chidwick called, and when the river fell the [2s], Kaverman bet 20,000. Chidwick used one
Dan Weinand bet 40,000 on the river with [5sKs3hThJc] showing. Sam Soverel shoved for his remaining 106,000 and Weinand had to use one of his time extensions to ponder the call. He eventually did call and showed [JxTx] for two pair, but Soverel tabled [KdJs] for two better pair to rake
Byron Kaverman raised to 4,000 in the cutoff and Kristen Bicknell called from the big blind. The flop landed [Kh2s8h] and Bicknell checked to Kaverman who bet 1,500. Bicknell called, and the turn of the [9d] was checked through by both players. The river landed the [Tc], and Bicknell bet 1,500 and
With a board reading [AcKhKc] and action on Kristin Bicknell she bet 3,000 Alan Schein called from the small blind and the action was on Byron Kaverman. Kaverman check-raised to 12,000 and Bicknell made the call, while Schein folded. The turn brought the [Ts] and Kaverman bet 10,000. Bicknell quickly made the
With the board reading [9d4h4cJd9c] Martin Zamani moved all-in and was quickly called by Byron Kaverman. Kaverman: [As9s] Zamani: [JcJs] Kaverman had rivered nines full but it was no good as Zamani had turned jacks full for the double.
From the cutoff, Alex Foxen raised to 18,000 before Bryn Kenney three-bet the button to 57,000. From the small blind, Byron Kaverman shoved all in for 212,000, and when the action returned to Foxen, he shoved for over 700,000 as Kenney folded. Foxen: [AdKs] Kaverman: [KdQh] The board ran out [8s6sTs5h9d] and Kaverman
The action folded to Byron Kaverman in the cutoff who open-shoved for his last 49,000. The button folded and Ryan Riess was next to act in the small blind and shoved all-in over the top for 84,000 total. The big blind folded and the cards were tabled. Kaverman [7s7h] Riess [Ac8d] The flop