Ace-King Gives Keith Lehr Chip Lead

David Peters was one of the top stacks entering Level 6, but he's back near a starting stack after losing the biggest pot of the day against Keith Lehr. The action was missed, but Lehr held [AxKx] against Peters' pocket nines. The runout was clean for the reigning U.S. Poker Open

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Keith Lehr Doubles Through Koray Aldemir

Keith Lehr raised to 9,000 under the gun and Koray Aldemir potted from the big blind to 31,500. Lehr called, and after the dealer spread the [5dJd5h] flop, Aldemir led out for 70,000. Lehr announced he was all in for 137,500, and Aldemir called. Lehr: [KcKhTh5c] Aldemir: [AsAhTs7d] The turn and river landed the [Qh]

Jonathan Depa Takes it on the Turn

Keith Lehr opened to 3,000 in the cutoff and Alex Foxen called on the button. Jonathan Depa and Kristen Bicknell call from the blinds, and the flop lands [Js5d3c] and action checks round. The turn is the [Ac], and action checks to Foxen who bets 6,500. Depa check-raises to 27,000, and after

Three Jacks for Keith Lehr

Keith Lehr raised to 3,500 from under the gun and Jonathan Depa called on the button, as did chip leader Maxx Coleman in the big blind. The flop landed [2dQhJc] and Coleman checked to Lehr who continued for 8,000. Depa and Coleman folded, and Lehr tabled his [AhAs]. Lehr scooped in the pot,