On the flop of [7s6c6d] with 24,000 in the middle, Jeremy Ausmus checked from the small blind to Bryn Kenney on the button who bet 7,000.
Ausmus check-raised to 19,000, and Kenney called as the turn landed the [Qd].
Ausmus checked, Kenney bet 16,000, and Ausmus called as the river landed the
Kristen Bicknell was all in holding ace-king against Jeremy Ausmus and his ace-queen.
The flop brought both a king and a queen, and when the river landed another queen, Bicknell was eliminated.
Christian Soto raised to 5,000 in the cutoff and Brandon Adams called on the button. Jeremy Ausmus defended his big blind, and the flop landed [6d6c5s].
Action checked to Adams who bet 9,000, and after Ausmus called, Soto folded.
The turn of the [Td] checked through, and the river landed the [4s].
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