|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
With only 165,000 in front of him, John Dolan made an unusual raise to 120,000 when acting under the gun. He was called by Mick Carlson in the hijack, Adam Richardson on the button and Sebastien Roy in the big blind.
The flop came and Dolan went all in for his last 45,000. All three of his opponents called and checked the on the turn as well as the on the river.
When action had concluded Richardson and Dolan both showed and Roy showed , but it was Carlson who took the pot down with .
From the cutoff seat, John Dolan opened the with a 135,000-chip raise. In the small blind, Scott Montgomery re-popped it to 300,000. Dolan moved all in and Montgomery tanked, asked for a count and eventually called.
Flop: flush draw for Montgomery;
Turn: Dolan still in the lead;
River: Flush for the Canadian!
Scott Montgomery is now up to 3,200,000 chips, and Dolan is down to 165,000.
Play was folded to John Dolan in the small blind who raised it to 130,000 with Mick Carlson calling from the big blind. Both players checked the flop and turn to give us a board of . Dolan bet the river, committing 145,000 to the pot. Carlson called, but mucked upon seeing Dolan's
Daniel Fuhs opened the pot in the cutoff seat with a 135,000-chip raise, and Peter Dufek moved all in on the button. The blinds released and Fuhs called.
The board ran out and Dufek is our 7th place finisher. Daniel Fuhs is now up to 1,250,000 chips.
Adam Richardson raised to 130,000 from the cutoff and was called by Daniel Fuhs on the button. On a flop of Richardson bet 130,000 and Fuhs called. When the river came both players checked.
The river was the and Richardson was back to betting, this time for 245,000. Fuhs tanked for a minute before folding.
Richardson is now over 2,500,000 in chips.
In the first hand after the break, Mick Carlson opened the pot with a 140,000-chip raise from the hijack seat, and Scott Montgomery re-popped it to 330,000 from the cutoff.
Carlson eventually folded and Montgomery took the first pot.
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In the last hand of the level Peter Dufek opened the pot with a 125,000-chip raise, and John Dolan moved all in for an additional 625,000 chips. The action got back to Dufek and he made the call.
The board of gave Dolan a full double up, and he is now up to 1,500,000 chips. Dufek slipped to 500,000.