|Limits||60,000 / 120,000|
The yellow T1,000 chips were just raced off.
Jason McPherson called in early position, Shirley Rosario raised in the hijack seat, Viatcheslav Ortynskiy cold-called in the big blind, and McPherson called as well.
The flop fell , the action checked to Rosario, and she tossed out a bet. Only Ortynskiy called.
The turn was a repeat queen - the - both players checked, and the river was yet another queen; the . Ortynskiy bet, Rosario called, and Ortynskiy tabled for quads.
The players are now on a 20-minute break.
After chopping a pot to stay alive, Dan Kelly raised in early position. Shirley Rosario reraised out of the hijack seat, and Kelly called all in for 54,000.
The flop, turn, and river came , and Rosario scooped the pot with the nut low and an ace-high flush.
Dan Kelly raised to two bets on the button, Steve Lustig called in the big blind, and the flop came . Lustig check-raised, Kelly called, and the turn was the . Lustig bet, Kelly called, and the river was the .
Lustig fired out another bet, and Kelly folded.
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Brock Parker raised on the button, Viatcheslav Ortynskiy defended his big blind, and the flop came . Ortynskiy check-called a bet, then check-raised on the turn (). Parker called.
Both players knuckled on the river (), and Parker showed . Ortynskiy chopped the high and scooped the whole low with .
Viatcheslav Ortynskiy put in a raise, Dan Kelly made it three bets, and the action folded back to Ortynskiy, who called.
Ortynskiy led out on a flop of , Kelly called, and both players checked on the turn (). The river was the , Kelly called another bet, and Ortynskiy scooped with a flush and low.