Erik Seidel raised under the gun to 9,000 and both Danny Tang and Giuseppe Iadisernia called from the cutoff and big blind respectively. The flop landed [9c7dKd] and Seidel continued for 11,000. Tang folded, but Iadisernia check-called as the turn fell the [5c]. Iadisernia checked and Seidel bet 37,000. Iadisernia called, and
Action folded to Erik Seidel in the small blind, and he raised to 16,000. Danny Tang called from out of the big blind, and the flop landed [Qd3h7h]. Seidel continued for 15,000 and Tang called. The [6s] and [4c] checked through on the turn and river and Seidel tabled his [KsQs].
Erik Seidel raised to 5,000 in the cutoff and both Danny Tang and Christoph Vogelsang called out of the blinds. The [3cQh6s] flop checked through to reveal the [4s] on the turn. Tang bet out 11,500 and both Vogelsang and Tang folded.
Erik Seidel raised to 3,500 in the hijack and Michael Soyza defended his big blind. The [6c4cTd8sJh] board checked through to the river where Soyza tabled his [As2s] and Seidel mucked.
Kahle Burns raised to 8,000 in the hijack and Erik Seidel called from the big blind. The flop ladned [4hTdKs] and Seidel check-called a bet of 7,000. The [Qc] on the turn checked through to reveal the [9h] on the river. Seidel checked, and Burns bet 13,000. Seidel mucked.
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