Aside from that one "Action Flop," we've mostly been seeing a sequence of raise-and-take it hands over the last three orbits. Hellebuyck has edged out a bit further with more than 1.7 million. Derosa is at about 900,000, and Boesen has slipped below 600,000.
Meanwhile, a short break has been called for at the end of this level, coming in just a couple of minutes.
After Timmi Derosa folded on the button, Vanessa Hellebuyck called from the small blind and Sidsel Boesen checked from the big.
The flop came out and Hellebuyck bet out 80,000. Boesen raised 110,000 more and after thinking about it, Hellebuyck reraised an additional 125,000. Boesen mucked and Hellebuyck increased her chip lead while Boeson continued to slide.
Sidsel Boesen opened for 55,000 from the small blind. "I call," said Timmi Derosa with a slight shrug from the big blind.
The flop came monotone -- . Boesen checked. Derosa liked the look of all those diamonds, or at least wasn't bothered by them, and unhesitatingly bet 100,000. Boesen thought a moment, then tossed her cards dealerward.
Derosa has edged ahead of Boesen into second place, but both are still well behind Vanessa Hellebuyck.
Sidsel Boesen opened with a raise to 50,000 from the button, Timmi Derosa folded, and Vanessa Hellebuyck called from the big blind.
The flop came . Hellebuyck promptly bet 80,000, and after a half-minute of consideration Boesen raised to 210,000. Hellebuyck tanked for a couple of minutes, then let it go. Boesen climbs close to 1.1 million, while Hellebuyck is at a little over 1.4 million.