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We joined the action on a board of [Ks6h3d], after Ryan Riess and Justin Bonomo both checked to Seth Davies who bet 10,000 from late position.
Riess made the call, but Bonomo check-raised to 40,000, which got a call from Davies and a fold from Riess.
Bonomo then bet 125,000 on the
Justin Bonomo raised on the button to 12,000. Seth Davies, in the small blind, bumped it up to 36,000. Bonomo then came back over the top all-in and his opponent folded.
We picked up the heads up action between Keith Tilston and Seth Davies on a board reading [6s8d5cKd] and almost 200,000 already in the pot.
Tilston put out a bet of 105,000 and was called by Davies.
The [3s] completed the board and Tilston shoved all in, having Davies easily covered.
Stephen Chidwick opened to 13,000. Keith Tilston called and then Seth Davies three-bet it to 50,000. Both players folded and Davies took down the hand without a fight.