Chris Moorman opened for 250 from the cutoff, and it folded to the player in the big blind who reraised to 750. Moorman called, and the pair watched the flop come . The big blind checked, Moorman bet 1,050, and his opponent called. The turn was the . The BB checked again, and this time Moorman bet 2,450. Again came the call.
The river was the . Moorman's opponent checked once more. Moorman waited a moment, then reached for some chips, pushing out a bet of 5,900. The moment Moorman touched his chips, his opponent immediately rechecked his cards, an unhappy look spreading across his face. He then recounted his chips and sat with his hands on his head for several seconds.
Finally he called, and Moorman tabled . Exhaling, his opponent turned over his cards -- -- and the pot was chopped.
Jeff Shulman raised to 400 on the button and received a call from Lars Bonding in the big blind. When the flop fell , Bonding took control of the pot by leading out for 525, which Shulman called. Bonding proceeded to check call bets of 1,000 and 1,100 on the turn and river, mucking when Shulman rolled over for a flopped set.
Vanessa Rousso raised to 400 on the button and was called by the player in the big blind. Both players checked the flop, leading to the on the turn. The big blind check-called a bet of 500, and then both players returned to checking on the river.
The big blind showed for the ace-high flush, which was good against Rousso's .
There was already about 15,000 in the middle by the time Tom "durrrr" Dwan and Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott reached the river. The board read . Dwan thought about ten seconds, then checked, and Ulliott quickly fired a bet of 8,000. Dwan considered the situation, then made the call.
"Two pair, son" said Ulliott, who hesitated just a moment before turning over his hand. "Kings and jacks," he added, showing his . Dwan mucked.
Dwan said something about the river helping Ulliott, adding "I didn't think you'd bet the two kings on the river."
"Well, that's the way the Fish rolls," responded Ulliott.
The Devilfish has rolled up around 52,000 now, while Dwan has tumbled to 12,575.
After a flop of , heavy betting resulted in Nick Binger calling an opponent's all-in worth a total of 19,275. Binger held for bottom set, while his opponent was looking for a non-pairing diamond with .
The turn filled the flush, coming the . The river was the , and Binger has slipped to about 13,000.