Martin Jacobson raised to 1,400 from under the gun and Maurice Hawkins three-bet to 3,600 from late position. Jacobson called, the flop came and both players checked. The turn was the and Jacobson bet 4,800 and Hawkins called.
The river was the and Jacobson again led, this time for 12,200. Hawkins thought for a while, talking to Jacobson the whole time, but eventually folded face up.
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Dan Heimiller won the Seniors Championship just three days ago banking a huge $627,462. He is putting $1,500 of that to good use today by entering this event.
On a flop of Heimiller had called a bet of 1,500 from the big blind and now another player went all in for a few thousand more. Back to Heimiller who made the call and turned over . His opponent had . The turn was the and the river the .