250,000 / 500,000
Big Blind Ante
In a limped pot between small blind Kahle Burns and big blind Alex Foxen, the flop came . Burns bet 400,000 and Foxen called. Burns bet another 2 million on the turn. Foxen called once more. The river came the and Burns bet 4.5 million. Foxen tanked for some time, used two time extension cards, but eventually folded.
Joao Vieira opened the button for 900,000 and Kahle Burns defended his big blind. The two checked the flop of and the turn before Burns bet out a hefty 3.6 million on the river. Vieira called with [Ad10s] and beat Burns’ .
No big hands have taken place, with just blinds being passed along. The four remaining players are all fierce competitors, but so far no big clashes.
200,000 / 400,000
Big Blind Ante
Kahle Burns opened the cutoff for 650,000 and saw button Alex Foxen commit most of his chips. Big blind Joni Jouhkimainen shoved and Burns folded. Foxen called for the remainder of his chips (7,850,000 total).
The flop came , just about as good as Foxen could have hoped for. The on the turn and on the river were blanks and Foxen doubled.
Joao Vieira opened the button for 650,000 and called small blind Joni Jouhkimainen’s 5,875,000 shove after Kahle Burns folded his big blind.
The board came an uneventful and Jouhkimainen doubled.
Joao Vieira opened the button for 650,000 and Kahle Burns called from the big blind. Burns led for 575,000 on and Vieira called. Burns checked the on the turn and called as soon as Vieira bet 1,250,000. The river had Burns check again and he called the 2,925,000 bet that followed.
Burns showed while Vieira tabled . Chop it up!
Alex Foxen limped in from the small blind and called as Joao Vieira raised to 1.2 million from the big. Foxen check-called 900,000 on and another 2.8 million on the turn. The river saw both players check and Foxen showed [10cKs]. Vieira tabled and raked in the pot.
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