Action folded the Nick Schulman in the cutoff, and he opened to 12,000. Daniel Negreanu was in the big blind and made the call. The dealer spread the [Ks7c9d] and action checked through. The turn [Kc] saw Negreanu bet 15,000, and that was enough to get Schulman to toss his
Nick Schulman limped the small blind and Joseph Cheong checked his option. Both players checked through to the turn as the board read [4h2c2hKs]. Cheong bet out 2,000, and Schulman check-called as the river landed the [3s] and both players knuckled it through. Schulman revealed his [Kc3h], and Cheong mucked.
Nick Shulman opened to 2,500 from under-the-gun and picked up callers from Joseph Chung, Barry Hutter, and Dylan Linde. When the dealer spread a flop of [Ks3h5c] action checked around. The [Td] on the turn again saw all players check. , The [4d] river saw Linde lead for 8,500. The other
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