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LIVE REPORTING

U.S. Poker Open 2019

Event #10 – $100,000 NLH Main Event

level

Level 22

 

Blinds

40,000 / 80,000

big blind ante

80,000

players remaining

1

entrants

33

Buy-in

100,000 USD

Prize Pool

3,300,000 USD

Starting stack

200,000

Average stack

6,600,000

Winter Takes From Foxen in Back to Back Hands

After Sean Winter raised to 10,000 from the button, Alex Foxen asked him how much he had behind.

Winter said “About 275,” and Foxen made the call.

The dealer spread a flop of , which Foxen checked.

Winter then made a bet of 23,000, Foxen folded and Winter said, “Wet Board,” while scooping the pot.

The next hand saw Winter raise again, this time to 9,000 from the cutoff, after action was folded to him, and again Foxen made the call, this time from his small blind.

Foxen checked the flop, Winter bet 8,000 and Foxen called.

They both checked the turn, Foxen bet 33,000 on the river and Winter made the call.

The players tabled hands, which showed Winter had the best of it.

Winter:
Foxen:

Player   Chips Change
Alex Foxen 495,000 -80,000
Sean Winter 445,000 65,000
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