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Don Nguyen raised to 135,000 from the cutoff and David Benyamine defended the big. Benyamine then check-called a bet of 85,000 on the flop before both players checked the turn. When the completed the board on the river, Benyamine bet 210,000 only to have Nguyen raise to 1.005 million. Benyamine hit the tank for a bit before calling, but mucked when Nguyen rolled over the [1010djh8h] for a rivered full house.
Hand #126: David Benyamine opened for 160,000 from the button and Don Nguyen called from the big blind. Nguyen then check-called a bet of 230,000 on the flop and then check-folded to a bet of 350,000 on the turn.
Hand #127: Benyamine raised to 160,000 from the cutoff and then called when Nguyen raised the pot to 540,000. Nguyen then bet pot on the flop and Benyamine folded.
Triple Draw 2-7 - Limit Hold'em - Omaha-8 - blinds 60,000-120,000; limits 120,000-240,000<br /><br />
Razz - Stud - Stud-8 - ante 30,000; bring-in 30,000; complete 120,000; limits 120,000-240,000<br /><br />
No-Limit Hold'em - Pot-Limit Omaha - ante (NLHE only) 15,000; blinds 30,000-60,000
The players are now on a 60-minute dinner break. Here are full counts:
Hand #125: David Benyamine opened for 150,000 and Matthew Ashton defended from the big blind. The latter then called a bet of 155,000 from the former on the flop before both players checked the turn and river. Ashton tabled the for two pair and the win.
Just like the the last rotation of Razz, only two hands reached fifth street. No major pots were played.
Hand #111: Don Nguyen completed from the small blind, John Hennigan checked in the big blind, and the flop fell . Nguyen checked, Hennigan bet, Nguyen check-raised, and Hennigan re-raised. Nguyen called.
Nguyen check-called a bet when the turned, and another when the completed the board. Hennigan showed for a full house, and scooped the pot.
Two hands in the stud rotation reached fifth street. None of them reached sixth or beyond.
Hand #95: Matthew Ashton raised to 115,000 on the button and John Hennigan defended from the big blind. When the flop fell , Hennigan check-called a bet of 180,000 and the dealer burned and turned the . Hennigan check-called another bet, this time 285,000, and then both players checked the river. Ashton tabled the for a pair of queens and it was good as Hennigan mucked his hand.