Oliver Speidel has swung the chip lead back into his favor, moving up to 315,000 after another big pot against his heads-up rival Randy Dorfman.
Speidel limped in from the button and Dorfman checked from the big blind before checking again after the dealer produced the flop of . Speidel opened for 6,000, Dorfman check-raised to 20,000, Speidel made it 56,000 to go and Dorfman called.
The dealer then brought the down on the turn; Dorfman checked and Speidel deliberated before firing out 55,000. Dorfman quickly mucked and as a result, he's down to 185,000 in chips.
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