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With the blinds at 800/1,600/200, Andrew "Mojito" McGuire raised to 3,200 from the cutoff and six-time WSOP Circuit ring winner Max "Mawkswell" Young, who is also a MSPT champ, defended the big blind to see a flop.
Young check-called a bet of 6,600 and then action went check-check on the turn.
When the paired the board on the river, action repeated itself and Young showed the for an ace-high flush. It was good as McGuire sent his hand to the muck.
With blinds at 600/1,200/150, Jesse "MrJesseJames" Sylvia opened-jammed under the gun for 11,260 and got isolation from Brett "furofakind" Shaffer after he came over the top for 33,150 from the cutoff.
With the blinds at 400/800/100, "Sal_11223_" limped from early position and "Byeezy" did the same from the cutoff. Phil "Lumestackin" Hellmuth called from the small blind and Kao "Flexxible" Saechao checked his option from the big to bring about a flop.
Hellmuth checked, Saechao bet 800, and "Sal_11223_" raised to 1,600. Action folded back to Saechao and he called to see the turn.
Saechao checked, "Sal_11223_" bet 3,600, and Saechao check-raised the minimum to 7,200. "Sal_11223_" responded by jamming for 13,460 total and Saechao called.
Kao "Flexxible" Saechao:
Saechao, who finished 16th in the 2018 WSOP Main Event, had turned the wheel and scored the knockout after the was run out on the river.