Hand #62: Christoph Vogelsang had the button. He raised to two million and Daniel Negreanu called from the big blind. The flop was and Negreanu checked to the raiser. Vogelsang checked it back and the came on the turn. Negreanu took this opportunity to bet three million. Vogelsang let his cards go and Negreanu took down the pot.
Hand #63: Daniel Colman folded his button and Negreanu announced that he was all in from the small blind. Vogelsang folded and Negreanu took down the pot.
Hand #64: Negreanu raised to 2.25 million from the button and found a call from Colman in the big blind. Both players checked the flop and did the same after the hit the turn. The finished the board and both players checked one last time. Negreanu showed and took down the pot.
Hand #65: Colman completed the small blind and Negreanu checked to see a flop. Both players knocked the table, allowing the to turn. Two more checks occurred and the finished the board. Both players checked it down and Colman showed to take down the pot.
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Hand #58: Christoph Vogelsang limped in from the small blind, Daniel Colman checked in the big blind, and the flop fell . Both players checked. The turn was the , the two checked again, and the river was the . The action went check-check, and Colman won with for a pair of fives.
Hand #59: Colman limped in from the small blind, Daniel Negreanu checked in the big blind, and the two checked it down as the board came . Colman won with .
Hand #60: Vogelsang received a walk.
Hand #61: Negreanu raised to two million on the button, Colman defended, and the flop fell . Colman checked, Negreanu continued for three million, and Colman called.
The turn was the , the two players checked, and the river was the . Colman checked, Negreanu knuckled behind, and the players chopped the pot with (Negreanu) and (Colman).
Hand #53: Action folded to Daniel Colman who completed from the small blind. Daniel Negreanu made it three million to go from the big blind and Colman called.
The flop came down and Colman checked over to Negreanu who continued for 2.5 million. Colman called and the hit the felt on the turn. Colman checked for a second time, Negreanu fired 5.5 million, and Colman released his cards.
Hand #54: Colman limped his button, Negreanu completed, and Vogelsang checked his option. The flop came down and Negreanu led for 1.5 million. Vogelsang folded and Colman came along to see fourth street.
The board paired on the turn with the and Negreanu slowed with a check. Colman took this opportunity to bet 3.75 million and Negreanu called. The river was the and both players quickly checked. Negreanu flashed the but it was no good against Colman's for two pair.
Hand #55: Colman received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #56: Negreanu received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #57: Colman limped his button, Negreanu completed, and Vogelsang checked to see a flop. The dealer fanned a flop of and Negreanu led for 1.75 million. Vogelsang folded and Colman stuck around.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the complete the board. Both players checked again and Negreanu showed for the wheel. Colman mucked and Negreanu was awarded the pot.
Hand #48: Daniel Colman limped in on the button, Daniel Negreanu completed from the small blind, and Christoph Vogelsang checked. The flop fell , the trio checked, and the turn was the . Negreanu led out for two million, only Colman called, and the river was the .
Negreanu led out for three million, and Colman folded.
Hand #49: Negreanu limped in on the button, Colman checked in the big blind, and the dealer spread . Colman led out for 1.5 million, and Negreanu called.
The turn was the , the two checked, and the completed the board, putting a straight on board. Colman led out for 15 million - roughly three times the pot - and Negreanu folded.
Hand #50: Vogelsang raised on the button, winning the blinds and antes.
Hand #51: Colman limped in on the button, Negreanu completed, and Vogelsang checked. The flop was , both players in the blinds checked, and Colman won with a bet of two million.
Hand #52: Vogelsang raised to 2.7 million out of the small blind, winning the pot.
Hand #43: Christoph Vogelsang raised to two million from the button and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #44: Daniel Colman limped from the button and Daniel Negreanu completed from the small blind. Vogelsang checked the big blind and the trio took a flop of . Negreanu and Vogelsang checked over to Colman who led out for two million. Negreanu quickly ditched his hand and Vogelsang called.
The turn paired the board on the turn with the and both players checked. The completed the board on the river and Vogelsang checked for a third time. Colman moved 5.3 million forward and Vogelsang let his hand go.
Hand #45: Negreanu opened his button to 2.25 million only to have Colman come over the top for 7.5 million from the big blind. Negreanu let his hand go and Colman took down the pot.
Hand #46: Vogelsang opened to two million from the button and Colman flatted from the small blind. Negreanu came along as well and the three saw touch down. Action checked around to Vogelsang and he continued for 2.25 million. Colman slid out a check raise to 4.5 million and Negreanu let go of his cards. Vogelsang folded and Colman won another pot.
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