Keith Tilston limped in from the small blind and Chris Hunichen checked the big blind.
The flop landed and Tilston led out for 50,000. Hunichen called, and when the turn landed the , Tilston checked.
Hunichen bet 100,000 and Tilston called as the completed the board on the river.
Tilston checked, Hunichen announced a bet of 300,000, and Tilston folded.
David Peters limped in for 50,000 from the small blind and Keith Tilston raised to 175,000 from the big blind.
Peters called, and the board checked through to the river where Tilston bet 85,000 and Peters check-folded.
Martin Zamani limped in under the gun and Keith Tilston completed from the small blind as Chris Hunichen checked his option.
The flop landed and Tilston and Hunichen checked to Zamani who bet 50,000. Tilston called, but Hunichen folded, as both players then checked the on the turn.
The river landed the and Tilston checked to Zamani who bet 60,000. Tilston called, and when Zamani tabled his , Tilston folded.
25,000 / 50,000
Big Blind Ante
Ryan Riess shoved all in from the cutoff for 795,000 and Keith Tilston quickly called from the big blind.
Riess was in bad shape with his underpair, and when the flop landed he was in even worse shape needing running nines for quads or running cards for a straight.
The on the turn gave Riess outs to a straight with any ten, but when the completed the board on the river, Riess was eliminated in fifth-place for a $264,000 payday.
David Peters raised to 80,000 from under the gun and Martin Zamani called in the big blind.
The flop landed and Zamani checked to Peters who continued for 140,000.
Zamani called, and when the turn landed the , he checked once more.
Peters checked behind, and the river landed the .
Zamani checked for a third time and Peters announced a bet of 380,000.
Zamani called, and after Peters showed his for a straight, Zamani mucks.
Martin Zamani raised to 85,000 from the cutoff and Keith Tilston three-bet o 285,000 from the small blind.
Zamani responded by firstly using one of his time extension banks before eventually four-bet shoving all in for 1,345,000 total.
Tilston re-checked his hand, and then folded as Zamani stated he had ace-jack.
Chris Hunichen opened to 80,000 from the button and Ryan Riess moved all in from the small blind for 775,000.
Hunichen used one of his time extension banks before folding.
“Do you want to see?” asked Riess.
“I do,” responded Hunichen.
Riess showed his , and Hunichen then stated he had .
David Peters opened to 80,000 from the cutoff and Keith Tilston three-bet to 240,000 from the button.
Peters responded by shoving all in for 1,190,000, and Tilston showed his and mucked.
Martin Zamani shoved from the cutoff for 620,000 and David Peters iso-shoved from the button for 1,810,000.
Zamani was at-risk but a dominating favorite before the flop landed to give Zamani a gutshot straight draw and a flush draw.
The turn landed the , and when the river fell the , it would be Zamani’s superior ace-high that would earn him the double.
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