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Koray Aldemir was all in from the small blind for 20,500 against Christoph Vogelsang in the big blind. Aldemir: [Td8d] Vogelsang: [6c6h] The flop landed [6d7hJs] to see Vogelsang further his lead with a set, but when the [9c] landed on the turn, it gave Aldemir the advantage with a straight. The [7d] on
Koray Aldemir raised to 4,500 from under the gun and Mikita Badziakouski defended his big blind. The flop landed [Ah6cQd] and Badziakouski checked. Aldemir bet 2,000, and Badziakouski folded.
Timothy Adams raised to 4,500 from the cutoff and Koray Aldemir defended the big blind. The flop landed [QhAc6d] and Aldemir checked. Adams bet 9,000, and Aldemir folded.
Patrik Antonius raised to 10,000 in the hijack and Sam Soverel called in the cutoff. From the small blind, Koray Aldemir moved all in for 129,000. Antonius folded, but Soverel called and tabled his [AdJd] to be racing against Aldemir's [8d8c]. The board ran out [2d4h7hAc5s] and Aldemir was eliminated.
Sam Grafton limped the cutoff and Sam Soverel called behind him on the button. Koray Aldemir checked his option in the big blind, and the flop landed [9h3sTs]. Aldemir checked and Grafton bet out 7,000. Soverel called, and Aldemir folded. The [Ah] on the turn checked through to reveal the [6d] on
Four players have hit the rail since the start of Level 7 and chip leader Mike Watson was responsible for the last two eliminations. In the first, Koray Aldemir ran his short stack into Watson's nut flush and Joao Vieira was the next to hit the rail after running into pocket
The first six levels of the British Poker Open is in the books. Mike Watson still leads, but there has been movement below him on the leaderboard. Most of that movement has occurred on Table 1, where Robert Flink and Cary Katz have built their stacks over 200,000. At Watson's table, Stephen Chidwick,