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Kenneth Wong raised from under the gun and Mile Krstanoski called from the big blind to see the flop come down . It was another paired flop at this 2012 Aussie Millions Main Event final table and Krstanoski check-called a bet of 150,000 from Wong.
The turn was the and Krstanoski checked. Wong bet 300,000 and Krstanoski folded his hand.
Kenneth Wong checked the flop and Oliver Speidel checked back. The turn was the and Wong bet 150,000. Speidel made the call. The river was the and Wong checked. Speidel didn't fall for the bait and checked behind. Speidel showed a straight with , but Wong had the best hand with the .
Massive chip leader Oliver Speidel raised to 175,000 from the cutoff seat. Mohamad Kowssarie called from the button and Kenneth Wong called from the big blind. All three players saw the flop come down and Wong checked. Speidel bet 300,000, Kowssarie folded and then Wong called.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the board pair on the end with the . Wong bet 400,000 and Speidel mucked.
The 2012 Aussie Millions Main Event is down to four players after the elimination of Patrick Healy in fifth place.
From under the gun, Healy put in an opening raise to 160,000 and Oliver Speidel made the call from the button after standing up from his seat to get a look at Healy's stack. The flop came down and Healy bet 100,000. Speidel raised to 350,000 and Healy snap-shoved all in for around 1.8 million or so. Speidel quickly called.
Speidel had flopped top two pair with the and had Healy nearly dead to rights with the . The turn meant that Healt was drawing dead and could no longer win the hand. The river landed with the to officially seal the deal.
Healy walked away with A$300,000 for his finish while Speidel climbed to over 10 million in chips.