Sean Winter raised to 25,000 in middle position and Erik Seidel defended his big blind. The flop landed [Th4hTh] and Seidel checked. Winter bet 16,000 and Seidel called as the turn fell the [6d]. Seidel checked, Winter bet 64,000, and Seidel folded.
Erik Seidel raised to 15,000 from the cutoff and both Mike Watson and Sean Winter called from the blinds. The flop landed [3c2h5h] and action checked through to reveal the [8c] on the turn. Winter bet 17,000, and only Watson called as the [3s] checked through on the river. Watson tabled his [TsTh6h5s]
The board showed [3c][as][ts][ah] and 78,000 had amassed in the pot. Erik Seidel checked from the big blind and was followed by Jorryt van Hoof seated under the gun. The [ac] completed the board and Seidel checked. Van Hoof slid out 20,000. Seidel called shortly after. Van Hoof then flipped
Erik Seidel limped in from under the gun and both Alex Foxen and Andras Nemeth came along from the blinds. The flop landed [9dTh6d] and action checked to Seidel who bet 15,000. Foxen called and Nemeth folded as the turn landed the [Qh]. Foxen checked, Seidel bet the pot of 46,000, and
Cary Katz raised to 6,000 from under the gun and was called by Luc Greenwood on the button and Erik Seidel in the big blind. The flop came [5h][qd][ts] and Seidel checked. Katz continued for 13,000. Greenwood folded. Seidel called. Both players then checked down the [8c] on the turn
With 80,000 in the middle and the board reading [2hKsAc4dTd], Luc Greenwood checked from the small blind to Erik Seidel under the gun. Seidel bet out 55,000, and Greenwood burns through two time extensions and then folds.
Erik Seidel raised to 3,000 in the cutoff and Najeem Ajez called in the big blind. The [9d7c6h7s9h] board checked through to the river, and Seidel bet 5,000 and Ajez folded.
The board showed [8d][ad][6s][qd] and 45,000 had amassed in the pot. Erik Seidel bet 35,000 from the big blind. Luc Greenwood called shortly after from the button. The [ah] completed the board and Seidel checked. Greenwood then moved all in for his remaining 41,000. Seidel quickly folded.