Ernst Schmejkal limped from the button and Ayaz Mahmood checked his option.
Mahmood checked the flop and Schmejkal bet 80,000. Mahmood made the call and the fell on the turn. Both players checked to the river, which was the . They both checked again and Mahmood turned over for two pair to take the pot.
Across the Amazon Room, the $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. is down to nine players. Phil Ivey is leading the way and going for bracelet #8.
The two players in this event still have their railbirds, but from our vantage point, the rail at the feature table in the orange section, is quite a few people deep, with everyone trying to get a glimpse of the action.
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Ernst Schmejkal opened to 125,000 and Ayaz Mahmood made the call. The flop came down and the two checked to the turn.
The turn brought the and Mahmood bet 175,000. Schmejkal made the call and the fell on the river. Mahmood bet 350,000. That river must not have been what Schmejkal wanted, as he promptly folded his hand.