Adam Teasdale has just taken the chip lead in dramatic fashion.
He opened the action with a raise to 25,000 from the hijack and was called by the player on the button. Ryan Moriarty three-bet to 61,000 from the small blind, both players called, and the flop came down .
Moriarty bet 65,000, but Teasdale popped it to 140,000. The player on the button folded, putting the action back on Moriarty who tanked for about 45 seconds before re-raising all in for about 505,000.
Teasdale called and tabled , trailing (but with many outs against) the of Moriarty.
The fell on the turn to keep Moriarty ahead, but it gave Teasdale a few extra outs. On cue, the landed on the river to give Teasdale a queen-high straight to score the elimination.
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