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Sean Winter raised to 20,000 in the hijack and Martin Zamani called in the cutoff. From the button, Jason Koon three-bet to 70,000 and Jake Schindler called all in from the small blind for 22,000. Winter and Zamani folded, and the cards were revealed. Koon: [8h8d] Schindler: [9h3h] The board ran out [Ks4c8s3cAd] and
Sean Winter shoved all in from middle position and action folded around to Jake Schindler in the big blind. Schindler asked for a count, which the dealer confirmed was 147,000, and then made the call with [KcJc]. Winter tabled [KdQh] and needed his hand to hold to secure the double up. The board
Jake Schindler shoved all in for 97,000 from under the gun and Sean Winter iso-shoved over the top for 280,000 from the cutoff. Schindler: [AcKd] Winter: [JdJs] The board ran out [5h6h3hQsAd] and Schindler secured the double up.
Jake Schindler shoved all in from the cutoff for 54,000 and Sean Winter called in the big blind. Schindler: [Th8h] Winter: [Ad5d] The board ran out [2d7h8sAh6h] and Schindler rivered a flush to double through.
Jason Koon opened the cutoff to 13,000 and Jake Schindler moved all in from the button for 30,000. The blinds folded, and Koon called. Koon: [Qc4c] Schindler: [Ac5s] The board ran out [As3s5cJd3d] and Schindler doubled.
We caught the action with Jake Schindler all-in for his tournament life against Sean Winter. Winter: [KxKx] Schindler: [AcTs] Schindler got lucky as the board ran out [Ax3x9x5x6x] and he doubled up.