Brian Horton raised in middle position, and Dutch Boyd called from the small blind to take a flop.
It came down , and Boyd check-called a bet from Horton. The action repeated on the turn, and Boyd checked again on the river. This time Horton checked it back, and he mucked when Boyd tabled his . Two pair moves Dutch up to 32,000.
Justin Bonomo raised from the button, and both blinds -- Jerid Zewin and Andy Bloch -- called to see a flop. Bloch was getting short, as you'll soon find out.
The dealer ran out for the first three cards, and the blinds checked to the raiser. Bonomo bet, Zewin called, and Bloch raised all in for 2,000 total. Bonomo three-bet to 3,000, and Zewin cold-called the extra two small bets.
That brought them to the turn , and Zewin check-called another bet. On the river, Zewin finally surrendered to one final bet, and Bonomo tabled for the full house. Bloch was still all in, and he flipped over his rivered , a flopped straight no match for Bonomo's boat.
Phil Gordon raised from the button, and Brian Goddard called from the small blind.
The flop brought and a check from Goddard, and he called a Gordon bet. Goddard checked again on the river, but he raised Gordon's bet, both players putting two big bets into the pot there. The rivered, and the action check-checked.
Goddard tabled his airball , and Gordon's meant three pair and the pot to Gordon. He's up to about 70,000 now, while Goddard has taken a step back to about 21,000.