Tony G limped the button, and Ben Heath completes the small blind as Mikita Badziakouski checked his option in the big blind. The flop landed [7sTs8h] and action checked to Guoga, and he bet 13,000. Heath folded, but Badziakouski called as both players checked the [9h] on the turn. The river fell
On a board of [KsAdJhAhAs] with roughly 520,000 in the middle, Justin Bonomo bet out 125,000 from the small blind and Mikita Badziakouski called on the button. Bonomo tabled his [AcQd] for quads, and Badziakouski mucked.
Catching the action on the river with the board reading [Tc7dJdKcJc] and roughly 195,000 in the middle, Kathy Lehne moved all in from the small blind for 158,000. Lehne's opponent in the hand is Mikita Badziakouski in middle position and he began counting out his chip stack. "At least I'll have some
Mikita Badziakouski raised to 2,500 from under the gun and Alex Foxen three-bet to 9,000 in the cutoff. Action folded back to Badziakouski, and he called as the flop landed [8d3h3s]. Badziakouski checked and Foxen continued for 5,000. Badziakouski check-raised to 20,000 and Foxen called as the turn fell the [Js]. Badziakouski
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