The action folded around to Stanley Tavanese who raised to 105,000 from the hijack, only to see Casey Kelton reraise to 235,000 from the cutoff. Tavanese called, but then check-folded after the flop of .
We love poker, yes we do! We love poker, how about you?
The final table action has slowed considerably. Most pots are won with a three or four bet preflop. They're averaging a flop every five or six hands.
Things may have slowed down on the felt, but that hasn't reduced the enthusiasm of the crowd surrounding this final table, which is outnumbering the audience in the "Thunderdome" by about 10:1. There's a particularly large contingent for Tristan Wade, but Jeffrey Lavelle's mob is just as big.
However, they've only seen one flop in the last 15 minutes. After a couple of raised pots with no contest, Foster Hays came in with a raise from under the gun, making it 125,000 to go. Allan Le was the only caller from the big blind, but check-folded after Hays led out for 300,000 after the flop of .
Fun on a bun!
The cards are back in the air! Rip 'em, strip 'em and flip 'em!
The players are now on another 20-minute break.