- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||50,000 / 100,000|
Ole Schemion moved back into the lead after a three-bet pot against Richard Yong.
Yong raised to 110,000 from the button and called after Schemion three-bet to 340,000. Both players checked the flop before Yong folded to Schemion's 400,000 bet on the turn.
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Scott Seiver limped from the small blind and Richard Yong checked his option from the big. The flop saw Seiver check-call a bet of 65,000 and then both players checked the turn. When the completed the board on the river, Seiver led out for 200,000 and Yong called with for a straight. It was no good though as Seiver had flopped a flush with the .
Donnie and Chad are down under for the 2015 Aussie Millions, where they break down the AU$25,000 Challenge, AU$100,000 Challenge, and the Main Event. The two then make a side bet about the upcoming AU$250,000, each picking a player in a last longer.
Scott Seiver's face looks a little happier after he won a pot off Richard Yong.
He raised to 115,000 from the button and Yong called from the small blind. The flop was checked to the turn where Yong led for 110,000. Call. Yong bet another 220,000 on the river but folded when Seiver raised to 500,000.
Scott Seiver opened for 115,000 from the button and Ole Schemion three-bet to 355,000 from the big blind. Seiver thought for awhile before making the call and then snap-mucked when Schemion bet 280,000 on the flop.
Scott Seiver needed to use a time breaker button after Richard Yong put him in a tricky spot on the turn.
Seiver limped and Yong checked to an flop where no more chips went in. Seiver checked on the turn and raised to 300 when Yong bet 100,000. Yong was having none of it though and three-bet to 800,000.
Seiver eventually folded with two seconds left of the extra time his tome breaker chips allowed.
Scott Seiver raised to 115,000 from the button and Ole Schemion called from the big blind to see a flop of . Both players checked, as they did on the turn, and then Seiver led out for 125,000 on the river. Schemion thought for a few seconds before calling, and he was glad he did as his was good against Seiver's .
Scott Seiver stopped the slide by betting Richard Yong into submission.
He raised to 120,000 from the small blind and Yong peeled to see a flop where he called another 165,000. Seiver bet 400,000 on the turn and Yong mucked.