We caught action on a flop of between Daniel Negreanu and Jason Koons. Koons bet 6,600 from the big blind and Negreanu called.
The fell on the turn and Koons checked. Negreanu bet 16,500 and Koons made the call. The river brought the and Koons led out with 24,500. Negreanu moved all in and Koons quickly folded showing . Negreanu showed the .
The action folded to a player in the small blind who raised to 1,400. Jordan Young three-bet to 3,700, and his opponent called. The flop came down , and Young's opponent check-called 6,000.
The turn was the , and Young's opponent check-called another bet - this one was worth 7,700. The river was the , and Young's opponent checked a third time. Young moved all in for effectively 15,000, and his opponent tanked before saying, "Alright, I'm all in.
Young showed king-high, and his opponent opened up for just a pair of fours. They were good, but the dealer accidentally mucked his hand and pushed the pot to Young. The entire table, including Young, protested, the hand was re-opened, and the pot was pushed to the correct player.
A short-stacked player on the button open-shoved all in from the button, then it folded to an even shorter-stacked Veronica Dabul in the big blind. Dabul checked her cards and quickly called, tabling to her opponent's .
The flop came , and it appeared as though Dabul might be doubling back over 20,000. But the turn brought the , giving her opponent a set. The river was the , and Dabul is out.
Joe Serock, rocking slightly in his chair while listening to his noise-canceling headphones, opened from the button with a raise to 1,350 and got one caller in the big blind. The flop came , the big blind checked, and Serock continued for 1,900. His opponent called. Both then checked the turn.
The river came the . Serock's opponent checked. Serock, sporting a Dirk Nowitzki Mavs jersey, stopped rocking for a moment and sat quietly before betting 4,800, forcing the fold. Serock sits with about 52,000 at present.
An opponent in the cutoff seat opened to 7,575, and Michael "The Grinder" Mizrachi three-bet to 18,525 from the small blind. The player in the cutoff called, and the flop came down . Mizrachi led out for 15,000, his opponent moved all in having him covered, and Mizrachi folded.