James Dempsey raises to 4,000 on the button and Adrien Allain calls. The flop reads , Allain checks and Dempsey checks behind. The turn brings the into play and again both players check. Guess what happened when the made an appearance on the river? That is correct, they both checked again.
Allain announced, "queen high" but is beaten by the of Dempsey.
Taylor Paur makes it 3,200 to play from the button, James Mitchell three-bets and Paur makes the call. A flop reading is greeted with an 8,000 bet from Mitchell but Paur obviously does not believe the story the Brit is telling him so raises the action to 21,500, forcing an immediate fold from the Brit.
James Demsey is heads-up with Adrien Allain and they were fairly even in chips before the Brit four-bet folded.
He raised to 4,000 from the button and faced a three-bet to 11,000 from Allain in the big blind. His response was to bump it up to 26,000, only to be shoved on for 96,000. He tank-folded, saying he had a good ace. The Frenchman rubbed salt into his wounds by flashing .
The board reads and Anton Makiievskyi checks over to Richard Toth. He sits completely motionless but suddenly springs into life and pushes a pile of yellow chips worth 20,000 into the middle of the felt. With already 33,000 in the pot before this bet the pot is substantial. After nearly two minutes Makiievskyi folds his hand.
Toth is in charge of this particular match-up and is giving the Ukrainian a tough time.
Terrance Chan limps in on the button and Max Silver taps the table and checks his big blind. The dealer puts out the flop, Silver checks, Chan bets 2,000, Silver check-raises to 4,600 and Chan relinquishes his hand. Nice and simple but effective from the young Brit.