|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Robert Blair raised to 200,000 from under the gun. Josh Arieh called the small blind and Ivan Deyra came along in the big.
The flop came . It checked around.
The turn was the . Arieh led out with a bet of 325,000, Deyra called and Blair called also.
The river came the . Arieh checked, Deyra bet 575,000 after some thought, and Blair and Arieh called.
Deyra showed the , while Blair had the to chop up the pot after Arieh mucked.
Tommy Le raised to 275,000 and Josh Arieh called from the button.
On the flop, action checked to the turn. Le fired 225,000, and Arieh raised to 525,000.
Le made the call and the river came the . Le led for 150,000 and Arieh went into the tank before calling.
Le turned over but it was no good as Arieh held for a pair of aces.
Ivan Deyra raised to 275,000 from under the gun, Josh Arieh defended the big blind.
The flop came the . Action went check-check to the turn and again to the river.
Arieh bet a small amount of 100,000, Deyra raised to 425,000. Arieh then pounced with a three-bet to 1,950,000 and Deyra snap-folded.
Tommy Le raised to 275,000 and both Josh Arieh and Ivan Deyra called from the blinds.
On the flop, all three players checked to the turn.
Arieh led for 700,000 and both players folded as he now holds half the chips in play.
Robert Blair raised to 200,000 from the button, Josh Arieh defended the big blind.
The flop came . Arieh bet 200,000 and was called by Blair.
The turn came the . Arieh bet once again, this time for 600,000, Blair folded after about a minute of thinking.
Josh Arieh opened to 225,000 and Robert Blair called from the big blind.
On the flop, action checked to the turn. Blair checked again and Arieh put out 425,000.
Blair folded and Arieh took it down.
On the next hand, Arieh bumped it up to 275,000 and Tommy Le defend from the big blind this time.
The flop was and Arieh won with a bet of 200,000.
Arieh has picked up nine pots through 16 hands.
Josh Arieh raised to 300,000 from the small blind. Ivan Deyra defended from the big blind.
The flop came . Arieh bet 225,000, Deyra called. The turn was the . Arieh cut out a bet of 700,000 over to Deyra who folded his hand and sent more chips to the chip leader.
Josh Arieh raised to 300,000 from the small blind and Ivan Deyra defended from the big blind.
The flop was , and Arieh continued for 175,000 and Deyra let it go.
On the next hand, Tommy Le raised to 250,000 and Josh Arieh called from the button.
On the flop, Le check-raised a bet of 200,000 from Arieh up to 675,000.
Arieh made the call and they saw the turn. Le checked and Arieh bet 600,000 to win the pot.
Gabriel Andrade raised to 350,000 preflop from the cutoff, Robert Blair three-bet to 1,300,000 to force Andrade all in from the button, Andrade called.
The flop came to miss Andrade entirely. The turn was the to give him some hope. And the river came the blank to make Andrade became the first victim of the day.