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Hand #98: Joe McKeehen raised to 52,000 and everyone else folded.
Hand #99: Joe Cada raised to 55,000 from the cutoff. Sam Phillips three-bet to 145,000 on the button and Cada folded.
Hand #100: Jack Maskill raised to 50,000 from the under-the-gun position and was called by McKeehen. They both checked through the on the flop to the on the turn. McKeehen bet 65,000 and Maskill called. The river completed the board with the , McKeehen check-folded to the 210,000 bet of Maskill.
Hand #101: McKeehen raised to 80,000 from the small blind and Maskill folded.
Hand #102: Phillips raised to 52,000 from the under-the-gun position and Cada called in the big blind. They both checked through the on the flop and the on the turn to the on the river. Cada bet 105,000 and Phillips called. Cada showed for two pair, kings and jacks. Phillips, however, had trip jacks with in his hand, to take the pot down.
The 6 remaining players have gone for their second 15-minute break of the day. Here are their chip counts right now:
Hand #91: Harry Lodge shoved all in from early position and everyone folded.
Hand #92: Jack Maskill opened to 45,000 from the cutoff and Ihar Soika called from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked. The turn came the Soika bet 70,000. Maskill folded and Soika pulled in the pot.
Hand #93: Jack Maskill opened to 45,000 from the hijack and Sam Phillips then three-bet to 140,000.
Maskill folded and Phillips won the hand.
Hand #94: Jack Maskill raised to 45,000 from under the gun and Harry Lodge then shoved all in for his remaining 198,000 from the small blind. Maskill made the call and both players opened their hands, with Lodge being at risk.
The board ran out and Lodge's pair of jacks was good for a double.
Hand #95: Harry Lodge bet 44,000 from the button and Joe McKeehen then three-bet to 110,000 from the small blind. Lodge folded and McKeehen won the hand.
Hand #96: Harry Lodge bet 45,000 from the cutoff and everyone else folded.
Hand #97: Ihar Soika opened to 42,000 from under the gun and was called by Joe McKeehen in the cutoff. The flop came and both players checked. The turn fell the and Soika then led out for 76,000. McKeehen made the call and the fell on the river. Both players checked and Soika tabled for ace-high, McKeehen then flipped over and his pair of nines were good enough to take down the pot.
Hand #88: Joe McKeehen got a walk after just eliminating Anthony Reategui.
Hand #89: McKeehen completed his small blind and Jack Maskill opted to check. The flop came , McKeehen bet 26,000 and Maskill quickly folded.
Hand #90: Joe McKeehen raised to 45,000 on the button and both Maskill and Joe Cada folded their blinds.
Joe McKeehen raised to 45,000 from the under-the-gun position and was called by Anthony Reategui in the big blind.
The flop came , Reategui checked. McKeehen bet 32,000. Reategui raised to 100,000 and McKeehen called.
The turn brought another heart with the and both players checked.
The river completed the board with the to give the board a flush. Reategui shoved all in and the dealer started counting the stack. While still counting, McKeehen called.
They both had a higher flush than the board but McKeehen had the higher heart with the jack to eliminate Reategui in 7th place for $31,435.
Hand #79: Sam Phillips raised to 45,000 from the button and everyone folded.
Hand #80: Joe McKeehen opened to 45,000 from and the rest of the table folded.
Hand #81: Anthony Reategui moved all in for 141,000 from the small blind and Joe McKeehen called from the big blind. Players flipped over their hands with Reategui at risk.
The board ran out and Reategui's rivered straight gave him the double up through McKeehen.
Hand #82: Jack Maskill got a walk in the big blind
Hand #83: Anthony Reategui opened to 55,000 from the cutoff and all other players folded.
Hand #84: Joe Cada called the small blind and Sam Phillips then raised to 70,000. Cada folded and Phillips picked up the pot.
Hand #85: Jack Maskill opened to 45,000 from the cutoff and Ihar Soika made the call from the big blind. The flop came and Soika check-called a bet of 35,000 from Maskill. The turn fell the and both players checked. The river came the and Soika check-called a bet of 55,000. Maskill flipped over for a rivered flush and Soika then mucked his hand.
Hand #86: Jack Maskill raised to 45,000 from the hijack and Joe Cada called from the cutoff. The flop came , Maskill check-called the 35,000 bet of Cada. They both checked through the on the turn and the on the river. Maskill flipped over and Cada showed for the higher kicker to win the hand.
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