Jorryt van Hoof raised to 55,000 in the cutoff and Sean Winter raised pot from the small blind. Van Hoof called all in for 145,000 total.
The board ran out and van Hoof secured the double.
|Jorryt van Hoof||320,000||43,000|
10,000 / 15,000
Big Blind Ante
Mike Watson raised to 27,000 on the button and Sean Winter called in the small blind. George Wolff was all in for 25,000 from the big blind to create a 4,000-chip side pot.
The board checked through to the river where Winter bet out 72,000 and Watson folded.
Winter tabled his for a flush, and Wolff showed his and then mucked his hand.
Jorryt van Hoof limped under the gun and Mike Watson called in the cutoff, as did George Wolff from the small blind.
Chino Rheem checked the big blind, and the flop landed .
Action checked to Watson, and he bet 330,000 and his three opponents folded.
The board showed and Mike Watson checked from the big blind. Sean Winter fired 108,000 from the hijack. Chino Rheem deliberated for a moment before releasing his hand from the button. Watson called shortly after.
The completed the board and Watson checked. Winter used up his allocated 30 seconds before announcing pot for 324,000. Watson mucked almost instantly.
6,000 / 12,000
Big Blind Ante
Jun Wang moved all in for 32,000 from the button. Andras Nemeth potted from the small blind which forced a fold from Sam Burkett in the big blind.
The board ran out , improving Nemeth to a flush, resulting in Wang being eliminated.
Jun Wang raised to 35,000 from under the gun and Sam Burkett called on the button.
The flop landed and Wang shoved for his last 59,000. Burkett called all in for 38,000.
The turn and river landed the and , and Burkett doubled through.
With 135,000 in the middle and the board reading , Andras Nemeth bet out 75,000 from the big blind.
Najeem Ajez used a time extension and then called.
Nemeth tabled his , and Ajez revealed his to see the pot chopped up.
Jamie Lee committed his 126,000-stack preflop and was up against Najeem Ajez who had him covered.
Lee had the best hand, until the board ran out , giving Ajez the winning hand with a flush.
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