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David Peters raised to 75,000 from the button and Jason Koon called from the big blind.
The flop landed [AsKc6d] and Koon checked to Peters who bet 25,000. Koon called, and the turn landed the [7h].
Koon checked, Peters bet 60,000, and Koon called all in for his last 60,000.
Jason Koon raised the hijack to 65,000 and Martin Zamani called in the big blind.
The flop landed [8s2c6s] and Zamani open-shoved for 265,000 and Koon quickly called.
The turn of the [4h] completed Zamani's straight as the [2d] completed the board on the river.
Martin Zamani raised to 45,000 from the cutoff and Jason Koon called in the big blind.
The flop landed [8d3hKh] and Koon check-called a bet of 40,000.
The turn of the [Jh] checked through as the [6c] completed the board on the river.
Koon checked, Zamani bet 100,000 and Koon called. Zamani tabled
Jason Koon shoved all in from the button for 300,000 and Keith Tilston called in the small blind.
Koon was at-risk and would need to outdraw Tilston's pair.
The dealer spread the [ThTs3s] flop to keep Tilston in the lead, but when the [5h] landed on the turn, Koon collected