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Erik Seidel raised to 14,000 from the cutoff. Stephen Chidwick reraised to 48,000 from the small blind. Seidel called. The flop came [6h][4d][5c] and Chidwick checked. Seidel bet 35,000. Chidwick called. The turn brought the [2s] and Chidwick checked again. Seidel tossed out 52,000. Chidwick used a time extension before
Timothy Adams raised to 11,000 from under the gun and Cary Katz three-bet on his immediate left to 33,000. Action folded back to Adams, and he called as the flop landed [QsAcQh]. Adams checked and Katz bet 25,000. Adams called, and when the turn landed the [2h], he checked again. Katz bet 62,000
Erik Seidel raised to 12,000 from the cutoff and was called by Mikita Badziakouski in the big blind. Both players checked the [7c][6s][th] flop before the [6c] dropped on the turn. Badziakouski checked. Seidel bet 27,000. Badziakouski called. Both players then opted to check after the [8s] completed the board.
With around 86,000 in the middle and the board reading [Ts3s3h6sKh], Erik Seidel bet out 140,000 from the big blind. Stephen Chidwick was in the hijack and used a time extension before folding.
On a flop of [2c][ad][jh] Erik Seidel and Mike Watson checked from the blinds. Andrew Nemeth bet from the cutoff. Only Seidel called. The [4s] dropped on the turn and Seidel checked. Nemeth bet 25,000. Seidel called. Both players opted to check after the [6d] completed the board. Seidel flipped
Erik Seidel raised to 7,500 in the cutoff and Mikita Badziakouski called from the big blind. The [3h3sJc] flop checked through to reveal the [Qh] on the turn. Badziakouski checked and Seidel bet 10,000. Badziakouski check-raised to 45,000 and Seidel folded.