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On the river Rosenfeldt bet and Freedman called. She was shown the bad news after Rosenfeldt tabled a higher full house.
The action was picked up on the river where Micah Brooks fired another bet at his opponent, AJ Kelsall. Kelsall tanked for a bit, but called. Brooks tabled for aces full and a seven low to scoop the pot.
That pot put Brooks around the 450,000 chip mark.
JJ Liu raised from early position and was called by Ruomeng Dong in middle position and Curtis Phelps in the big blind.
Phelps checked to Liu on the flop, who continued for a bet. Both Dong and Phelps called.
Liu bet again when checked to on the turn. This time only Dong called.
The completed the board and Liu fired a final time. Dong called and Liu tabled for a wheel. Dong mucked and Liu scooped the pot.
Action was on the river and Robert Keating fired the last of his chips in. He was called by Dan Heimiller and Ryan Hughes. Keating tabled for trip tens and a nut low. Both Heimiller and Hughes mucked their hands. Keating survived his all-in and was sitting above 200,000 chips.
On a completed board of , John Racener faced a bet from a player in the cutoff. Racener raised and action folded back to the initial bettor, who announced a three-bet. Undeterred, Racener made it four bets to go and his opponent called.
Racener tabled for a straight flush. His opponent revealed for the nut flush and mucked as Racener scooped the sizable pot.
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