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Dan Shak was all-in for his last 20,500, and Sam Soverel called with the cards already tabled. Shak: [6c5c] Soverel: [9c9s] The board ran out [Qc5d3dKdKh], and Soverel's nines held to eliminate Shak.
Dan Shak raised to 4,500 in middle position and Chad Eveslage called from the big blind. The [6hJh5sQc2d] board checked to the river where Eveslage bet 3,000 and Shak folded.
After Rodger Johnson opened with a raise on the button, Dan Shak moved all in from the small blind for 233,000. Alex Foxen called from the big blind, and then Johnson folded. Foxen had the [AsAh] and Shak was all in with the [8h7h]. The flop, turn, and river ran out
Pot Limit Omaha Dan Shak opened to 42,000 with roughly 10,000 behind. Action folded to Stephen Chidwick in the small blind, and he called. The flop fell [8h4h2h], and action checked through. The dealer burned and turned the [5d] Chidwick bet 15,000, and Shak called. Shak: [Jc6d3c3d] Chidwick: [AsKc7h6c] Both players had turned
2-7 Triple Draw Jeremy Ausmus opened to 30,000 from under the gun, and action folded to Sam Soverel in the cutoff, and he called with 9,000 behind. Dan Shak was in the big blind and called. On the first draw, Everyone drew two. Action checked to Soverel, and he moved all-in