Sosia Jiang raised to 2,500 from under the gun and Erik Seidel three-bet the small blind to 10,500. Jiang called, and the flop landed [2h5dJc]. Seidel continued for 8,500 and Jiang called as the turn landed the [7s]. Seidel checked and Jiang bet 30,000. Seidel folded.
Erik Seidel raised to 7,000 from under the gun and Farid Jattin called next to act. Chino Rheem came along from the cutoff before Kahle Burns made it 37,000 on the button. Seidel, Jattin, and Rheem all called, and the flop landed [Kh6c2s]. Seidel checked, and Jattin bet 135,000. Rheem folded, Burns
Erik Seidel limped under the gun, and Chino Rheem came along from the cutoff. Kahle Burns was on the button, and he raised to 5,500. Andras Nemeth called from the big blind, as did Seidel and Rheem. The flop landed [2c9hKs], and action checked to Burns who bet 6,500. Only Seidel
The board showed [th][8s][ah][3s] and a sizeable pot had amassed in the middle of the table. Erik Seidel bet 75,000 from the hijack. Stephen Chidwick moved all in for 333,000 from the cutoff. Seidel used a time extension before making the call with an additional 25,000 behind. Chidwick: [ad][8d] Seidel: [ac][kh] Chidwick
The second event of the 2020 Australian Poker Open was Event #2: $10,000 Pot-Limit Omaha held from inside The Star Gold Coast. After almost 17 full levels of play, Australia’s Najeem Ajez finished as the chip leader with 2,540,000 in chips heading into Monday’s PokerGO streamed Event #2 final table. A
Erik Seidel was all in from the big blind for 115,000 holding [AhKd9s5d] against Andras Nemeth on the button with [AsJdJsTc]. The board ran out [7sAc3c3s8d] and Seidel secured a double.
Andras Nemeth limped the button, and both Joni Jouhkimainen and Erik Seidel came along from the blinds. The flop landed [3s6s8s] and Nemeth bet 15,000 with only Jouhkimainen calling. The [Ts] checked through on the turn, and when the river landed the [Qs], Jouhkimainen bet out 40,000. Nemeth used his last two time