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Manig Loeser jammed from the small blind but Ryan Riess woke up with [9s9c] and snapped him off from the big. Loeser tabled [QsTs] and the two were racing for Riess's 410,000 stack. The flop was [4c5hAc]. Loeser jumped ahead on the turn with the [Qc]. But the [Tc] on the
We caught the action just as Bryn Kenney went all in from middle position and Manig Loeser shoved all in from the next seat over, which prompted the remaining players to fold their hands. Kenney: [Th9d] Loeser: [7d7s] The board ran out [8s4s2s7cJd], which gave Kenney a runner-runner straight and the double up.
Action folded to Manig Loeser in the small blind and he called. Dan Smith then looked at his cards in the big blind and checked behind. Loeser led out with a bet of 10,000 on the [AcQc4s] flop, getting a call from Smith, before both players checked the [8s] turn. After the
Manig Loeser raised to 18,000 pre-flop and was called by Elio Fox. The flop came [KcKs8c] and the pre-flop raiser bet 15,000. Fox called. The turn was the [4s]. Loeser bet 37,000 and Fox again called. After the river [9d] appeared, Loeser moved all-in and this time his opponent folded.
Manig Loeser raised to 6,500 from the cutoff and Dan Smith calls on the button, while Nick Schulman comes along from the big blind. The [2d2sAs] flop is checked through to reveal the [4c] on the turn. Schulman checked, Loeser bet 8,000, and Smith called as Schulman folded. The river landed the [Kc]