Tommy Chen made it 50,000 to go from the button and Brian Hastings called from the big blind. The flop brought the and Hastings check-called a bet of 55,000.
The turn brought the and both players checked. The river and they both checked once again. Hastings tabled for a rivered pair of eights and it was good.
Hastings is now up to 1,925,000 and has two lammers behind while Chen is sitting on his last 635,000.
From the button Jason Mo raised to 48,000 and Brock Parker called. The flop came down and Parker check-called a 50,000 chip bet. The turn was the and Parker check-called 100,000. On the river the showed up and Parker checked again. Mo put his opponent all in for 440,000 and Parker went into the tank. After tanking for a bit Parker put his chips into the pot and Mo mucked his hand. Parker showed and Mo had to show his because it was an all in showdown.
Parker doubles up to 1,276,000 while he still has two rebuy lammers left behind. He is now in the lead while Mo has taken his final rebuy chip. He now has around 1.2 million chips.
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Brian Hastings opened for 48,000 on the button and Tommy Chen shipped all in. Hastings made the call to put his opponent at risk.
Chen was in bad shape and in need of some help. He found a little on the flop as he picked up a gut-shot straight draw to any nine, but the turn and river would both blank. Hastings took down the pot, chipping up to 1.92 million in the process, while Chen was forced to use his last lammer for 640,000.
Both players are taking it easy for the last couple of hands. Mo is still in the lead while Parker has two rebuy lammers left behind. With the blinds going up we are bound to see another all in since Parker doesn't have a lot of big blinds left.
Tommy Chen and Brian Hastings haven't been mixing it up as of late. Preflop aggression has been taking down most of the pots, while the chip stacks aren't really fluctuating. As of right now, Hastings is sitting with 1.52 million with two lammers behind to Chen's 400,000 and one lammer.
Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6
Brock Parker raised the button to 40,000 and Jason Mo made the call. The flop came down and Mo check-called a 50,000 chip bet. The turn was the and both players checked. On the river Mo bet 100,000 and Parker moved all in for just 184,000 more.
Mo tanked for around three minutes talking to himself, but he finally made the fold. Parker is now back up to 564,000 and still on his first bullet.
Brian Hastings opened for 40,000 on the button only to have Brian Hastings make it 130,000 to go from the big blind. Hastings made the call and the flop came down . Chen was first to act and led out for 130,000, but he was quickly met with a raise to 500,000 by Hastings. Chen thought for the briefest of moments before releasing his hand, dropping to 440,000 in the process.
Hastings is currently sitting with 1.48 million.
Posted 2012-06-07 GMT-6
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