Henry Lu was on the button and raised it up to 175,000. Neil Channing made the call and a flop was dealt. Channing led for 215,000 here and received the call. Both players then checked the turn and an landed on the river. This time when Channing bet, Lu went to reach for chips, and before he could make a bet, Channing had flicked his cards into the muck.
Henry Lu opened for 175,000 on the button and Neil Channing raised to 475,000. Lu called and the flop came . Channing bet 575,000 and Lu folded.
Channing has regained the chip lead.
Neil Channing raised the button to 175,000 and Henry Lu quickly three-bet to 500,000. Channing took a little longer to make his decision, but eventually four-bet to what looked like 1,300,000. We say "looked like", because Lu had folded his cards before Channing had the chance to push the bet fully out onto the felt.
Henry Lu opened to 175,000 on the button and Neil Channing raised to 425,000. Lu called and the flop came . Channing bet 275,000 and Lu raised to 600,000.
"How much do you have behind?" Channing asked Lu. The floorman gave an apporoximate count to Channing.
Channing called and the turn came . Channing checked, Lu bet 1,000,000 and Channing called after just a moment's thought. The river came , Channing checked and Lu bet 1,000,000 a second time.
Channing wasted no time in folding and Lu has taken a slight chip lead over Channing.
Neil Channing limped the button and Henry Lu called. On the flop, Lu led for 250,000 and Channing called. The turn would see both players check and it was on to the river. This time when Lu checked, Channing bet 625,000 and Lu let his hand go.
Henry Lu opened to 175,000 from the button and Neil Channing raised to 425,000. Lu took a moment, turned to the dealer and announced his bet of 900,000.
Channing took a moment before folding, in what felt like a huge spot.
Neil Channing and Henry Lu took to a flop and Lu check-called a bet of 125,000 from Channing here. The turn would see Lu again check-call, this time a bet of 225,000. On the river, Lu opted to check again and then Channing bet 500,000. That was too much for Lu and Channing took down the pot.
Neil Channing opened to 175,000 on the button and Henry Lu raised to 480,000. Channing then slid out 1.5 million and Lu moved all in. Channing called and the cards were tabled.
The board ran and Lu doubled up and has chips to play with Channing.
Posted 2012-06-25 GMT-6
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