Chris De Maci made up the loose change from the small blind and Naoya Kihara checked. The flop was and De Maci called a 60,000 Kihara bet. The turn was the and Kihara picked up the pot with a 140,000 bet.
In the next hand Kihara raised to 100,000 on the button and De Maci called. The flop was a rather sumptuous looking . This is where it got interesting because De Maci check-raised to 360,000 after Kihara had bet 140,000. The ice cool lad from Tokyo made the call and we moved onto the turn. The dealer placed the onto the felt and both players checked through to the on the river. De Maci made the check and Kihara bet 630,000 and De Maci mucked his hand.
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