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Austin Scott kept up his active ways and raised to 48,000 from under the gun. Vadzim Kursevich called from the hijack seat and the flop was . Scott fired 50,000 and Kursevich called.
The turn card was the and Scott bet 80,000. Kursevich made the call.
The river was the and Scott checked. Kursevich bet 150,000 and Scott called.
Scott showed the for two pair, aces and deuces, and won the pot. Kursevich mucked.
Action folded to Austin Scott in the small blind and he raised to 60,000. Vadzim Kursevich called in the big blind and the flop came down . Scott bet 70,000 and Kursevich folded.
On the next hand, play folded to Scott on the button and he raised to 50,000. Tom Chambers called from the big blind and the flop came down . Both players checked and the turn brought the . Chambers fired 75,000 and Scott folded.
From the button, Khiem Nguyen raised to 48,000. Austin Scott called from the big blind and the flop came down . Scott checked and Nguyen bet 40,000. Scott made the call.
The turn was checked by both players after the fell. The river was then delivered and the finished the board. Scott checked and Nguyen bet 100,000. Scott folded and Nguyen won the pot.
In a battle of the blinds, Austin Scott's raise to 62,000 in the small was called by Vadzim Kursevich in the big.
The post-flop action went the same all the way through. Scott check-called bets of 70,000, 130,000, and 155,000 throughout the board.
Kursevich tabled for kings and tens, good enough to take it down.
Kheim Nguyen opened to 48,000 from early position and was called by Romik Vartzar in the cutoff. Vadzim Kursevich called from the small blind as well and the flop came down .
It was checked to Vartzar who potted to 168,000. Kursevich re-potted, Nguyen folded, and Vartzar called all in for just a little bit more.
Vartzar was leading with two pair with a wheel draw, but Kursevich also had outs to a wheel, a flush draw, as well as a pair of fours in his hand. The turn card kept Vartzar in the lead, but the fell on the river to counterfeit Vartzar's two pair.
Kursevich took it down with nines and fours to score the elimination.