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Lamb Led to the Slaughter

Scott Seiver opened for 125,000 from middle position only to have Ben Lamb three-bet shove for 595,000 from the hijack. Timofey Kuznetsov then four-bet all in over the top from the small blind for about 1.

Lamb Doubles Through Rast with Aces

Ben Lamb was all in preflop for what looked to be around 600,000. He had the and was up against the for Brian Rast. The board kept Lamb's aces in the lead, and he doubled to back over a million in chips.

Ben Lamb Chops To Stay Alive

Ben Lamb moved all in over the top of a raise to 85,000 from Timofey Kuznetsov. Kuznetsov had opened from the cutoff seat, and Lamb moved all in from the big blind for around 600,000.

Seiver Beats Lamb

Ben Lamb checked the flop to Scott Seiver. Seiver bet 60,000, and Lamb called. The turn was the , and both players checked to see the land on the river. Both checked again. Lamb tabled the , but Seiver had the best of it with the .

It Could've Been Worse for Lamb

Ben Lamb raised to 54,000 from the hijack seat, and David Peters reraised to 131,000 from the cutoff seat. Play folded back to Lamb, and he called to see a flop.

Lamb Avoids the Slaughter

In the last hand before the break, Erik Seidel raised to 45,000 under the gun and Ben Lamb three-bet to 125,000 from the hijack.

Peters Gives It Up

Ben Lamb opened for 45,000 from the button and then called when David Peters three-bet to 135,000 from the small blind. The flop saw both players check, and then Peters checked for a second time on the turn.

Negreanu vs. Lamb

Ben Lamb raised under the gun, how much we're not sure, and both Daniel Negreanu and Erik Seidel called from the button and big blind respectively. The flop saw Seidel check, Lamb bet 65,000, and Negreanu call.

Sands Wins Biggest Pot of the Day

Igor Kurganov raised to 30,000 from early position, Ben Lamb called from the hijack, Jason Koon called from the button, and David Sands three-bet to 118,000 from the small blind.

Mercier Runs Queens into Lamb's Kings

Ben Lamb raised to 18,000 and Jason Mercier three-bet from the big blind to 50,000. Lamb gave it some thought before making it 150,000 and Mercier immediately moved all in for about 260,000 total.

"Not Boring Anymore!"

Jason Mercier raised to 14,000 from the hijack, Ben Lamb three-bet to either 38,000 or 48,000 from the small blind (he announced the amount softly and put two T25k green chips in), Mercier four-bet shoved for about 355,000 and Lamb tanked f

Two Pair for Kurganov

Ben Lamb check-called a bet of 12,500 from Igor Kurganov on the flop before the two saw the land on the turn. Both checked fourth street, and the completed the board on the river. Lamb checked, Kurganov bet 37,500, and Lamb called.

Lamb Sets Up Koon

Picking up the action after the turn of a board, Ben Lamb checked from the big blind and and Jason Koon bet 40,000 from the hijack. Lamb check-raised to 110,000, Koon called and the river completed the board.

Kurganov Fires Three Barrels

Igor Kurganov limped from the small blind and Ben Lamb checked his option in the big blind. The flop came down and Kurganov bet 6,500, Lamb called. The turn was the and Kurganov bet another 16,000, Lamb called once more.

Negreanu Folds one To Lamb

The flop showed when Dong Kim bet 13,500 from the under-the-gun position and Ben Lamb called from the hijack after which Daniel Negreanu called from the cutoff.

Lamb Says He Has Too Much Respect for Mercier To Call Unsuited

Jason Mercier raised to 7,500 from the cutoff seat, and Ben Lamb called from the big blind to see the flop. Lamb checked, and Mercier bet 8,500. Lamb called. The turn was the , and both players checked.

Lamb Takes a Small Hit

With around 3,000 in the pot and a board reading , Ben Lamb, who finished third in the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event for $4,021,138, checked from the hijack to Michael Gross in the cutoff.

Schulz Busts Benba to Increase Chip Lead

Kevin Schulz has done it again. Earlier in the level he flopped a set of deuces to win a massive pot worth more than 200,000. He just flopped the same hand to eliminate Ben Lamb. We picked up the action with 3,100 in the pot and a flop of .

Benba Takes a Big Hit

After Liang Shi opened for 1,700, 2011 World Series of Poker Player of the Year Ben Lamb three-bet to 6,000 from the hijack. Not to be outdone, Shi four-bet to 16,700 and Lamb hit the tank.

Lamb Tries to Lead Zhou to the Slaughter

We haven't caught many hands with the 2011 World Series of Poker Player of the Year Ben Lamb, but he's having a fruitful Day 2 thus far. In a recent hand, there was around 12,000 in the pot and a flop of .