|Blinds||250,000 / 50,000|
Ryan Riess raised to 525,000 from the button and Tripp Kirk reraised to 1.375 million from the small blind. Riess called, and the flop came down . Kirk bet 1.25 million, and Riess called.
The turn was the to pair the board, and Kirk checked. Riess bet 1.6 million, and Kirk check-raised to 3.2 million. Riess folded.
Tripp Kirk raised to 500,000 on the button, Ryan Riess defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Both players checked.
The turn was the , and Riess led out for 375,000. Kirk called.
The river was the , and Riess led again - this time for 625,000. Kirk released, and Riess showed his cards to his rail, then mucked.
The next hand, Riess raised to 575,000 in the small blind, and Kirk defended. The flop was , and Riess led for 725,000. Kirk raised to 1.425 million, which is less than a min-raise - but it didn't matter because Riess quickly folded.
Jokingly, Kirk showed his cards to his rail.
From the small blind, Ryan Riess raised to 400,000. Tripp Kirk called from the big blind, and the flop came down . Riess bet 400,000, and Kirk made the call.
The turn was the , and both players checked to see the land on the river. After Riess checked, Kirk fired 1.2 million and won the pot.
After an extended break, the players have returned. They've all opted to trim the levels down to just 15 minutes in length.
Level 36 has come to a close and the players are on a short break.
Josh Williams limped in from the button, Ryan Riess called from the small blind, then Tripp Kirk was up to act out of the big blind. Kirk wanted to play for a bit more and made it 685,000 to go. Williams and Riess both folded, prompting the dealer to push the pot Kirk's way.