Event 50: $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em is finished for the evening, so a handful of players from that event are over here sweating friends and maybe even horses. Among the rail birds is Brock Parker, David Williams, Sam Stein, Matt Matros, Chris DeMaci, and Noah Boeken.
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The action was capped preflop between Robert Hwang and Paul Berende, who were in the blinds, and Hwang led out when the flop fell . Berende called all in for 11,000, and the hands were opened.
The on the turn kept Berende alive for the moment, but the bricked on the river, eliminating him from the tournament.
Robert Hwang raised in first position, John Virtue made it three bets from the big blind, and Hwang called. The flop was , and Virtue led out. Hwang raised, and Virtue called. The turn was the , and Virtue slowed down, check-called a bet from Hwang.
The completed the board, and both players checked. Virtue showed for ace-high, but Hwang had that beat with for a pair of jacks.
Here's a look at the counts:
John Virtue raised from under the gun, Kenny Hsiung called on the button, Robert Hwang called from the small blind, and Paul Berende defended his big blind.
The dealer fanned , Hwang checked, and Berende bet. Only Hwang called.
The turn was the , and Hwang led out. Berende released, and Hwang raked in the pot.
Kenny Hsiung raised in first position, Robert Hwang made it three bets from the big blind, Hsiung made it four bets, and Hwang called. The flop came , and Hwang checked. Hsiung bet, Hwang raised, and Hsiung made it three bets. Hwang called.
The turned, and Hwang checked again. Hsiung bet, and Hwang called all in for 20,000.
The river was another four - the - and Hwang doubled to 358,000 chips.
Paul Berende raised from first position, John Virtue re-raised from the small blind, and Robert Hwang was all in for 66,000. Berende and Virtue both called, and checked it down as the board ran out .
Virtue's was ahead of Berende's , but Hwang's was best, and he tripled up to 198,000 chips.
John Virtue raised out of the small blind, Robert Hwang defended his big blind, and the dealer spread . Virtue led out, and Hwang called.
The turn was the , and both players checked. The completed the board, and Virtue led again. Hwang called, and Virtue tabled for aces and kings.
Hwang mucked, leaving himself with less than two big bets.
Robert Hwang opened from first position, John Virtue made it three bets from the big blind, and Hwang called. The flop came down , and Virtue led out. Hwang called.
Virtue led out on the turn (), and the river (), and Hwang called both bets. Virtue tabled for a pair of kings, and Hwang mucked.
Kenny Hsiung raised from under the gun, John Virtue called on the button, and Paul Berende defended his big blind. The flop fell , and Berende checked to Hsiung, who bet. Virtue raised, Berende released, and Hsuing called.
The turn was the , and Hsuing check-called a bet from Virtue. The completed the board, and Hsuing led out. Virtue called. Hsuing tabled for a rivered set of jacks, and Virtue showed before mucking.