After Brian Lemke limped from the small blind, Fabian Quoss checked his option and we saw a flop of .
Quoss bet 100,000 and Lemke called, bringing the to the turn. Quoss bet another 230,000 and this time, Lemke reraised to 1.275 million. Quoss went into the tank, re-checking his hold cards, before finally tossing them in the muck.
After a series of small pots where the preflop raisor took down the pot, we finally found ourselves seeing a flop when Fabian Quoss raised to 200,000 from the button and Brian Lemke made the call in the big blind.
The flop landed and Lemke checked to Quoss who made it 250,000 to go. Without hesitation, Lemke moved all in over the top. Quoss quickly let it go and Lemke continues to chip up and reduce the deficit.
After Brian Lemke limped into the pot from the small blind, Fabian Quoss raised to 160,000 from the big blind. Lemke wasted no time in playing back, quickly pushing all in and forcing a fold from the chip leader.
Brian Lemke limped into the pot from the button and Fabian Guoss checked his option in the big blind.
The board of was checked to the river as it appeared that the pot wasn't going to develop into anything significant. Quoss took a stab with a bet of 325,000 but Lemke sprang to life with a raise of an additional 575,000. Quoss made the call but couldn't beat Lemke's for a full house.
With that pot Lemke has claimed the chip lead for the first time today with around 5.2 million to Quoss' 4.6 million.
Thomas Keller opened the action with a raise to 200,000 from the button before Brian Lemke announced he was all in from the big blind, to a round of applause from his enthuastic and perhaps slightly intoxicated supporter base on the rail.
Keller folded and and the railbirds went a little nutso with random shouts of encouragement that included the pearler "The boss is in the house! Yeahhhhh!" Whatever that means, it brought mild chuckles around the stage area.