When we arrived, the chips were already flying into the middle on the flop. After the hand was over, Lehr shared the details of the hand despite being the one on the losing end of it. After a raise to 225,000 from late position, Anthony Kennedy three-bet from the small blind
Legendary poker player Keith Lehr opened the action with a raise to 100,000 under the gun. Jack Sinclair, chipleader at least at the start of the day, called from the small blind. Waheed Ashraf over called from the big blind. The flop of [JsTdAs] was checked through so the trio saw
Keith Lehr raised to 60,000 from the hijack, Igor Tregoubov called from the button, Manig Loeser three-bet shoved from the big blind for 430,000 and Lehr isolated the action with a four-bet. Lehr: [QsQd] Loeser: [As9s] The board ran out [9h3s2c9dTh], giving Loeser trip nines to double through Lehr.
Following a raise on the button, Keith Lehr three-bets the small blind to 174,000 leaving himself just 11,000 behind. The button called, and before the flop landed, Lehr bet his remaining 11,000 and his opponent called. Lehr: [AsJd] Opponent: [Ac9s] The board ran out [6s3d4s6h5s] and Lehr collected the double.
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