Stephen Su brought it in with the , Andy Bloch completed with the , and Su re-raised. Bloch called. Bloch check-called a bet on fourth street, then check-folded on fifth.
The next hand, Barry Greenstein brought it in with the , Su completed with the , and Greenstein re-raised him. Su called. Su check-called a bet on fourth street, then led out on fifth when he paired. Greenstein folded.
On the third hand, Bloch brought it in with the , Su completed with the , and Greenstein raised with the . Bloch and Su called. Greenstein led out on fourth, and only Su called. Greenstein led out on fifth, sixth and seventh as well, but Su found a fold on seventh.
|Barry Greenstein||PokerStars Team Pro||530,000||270,000|
Barry Greenstein and Stephen Su just did some battling on two hands. On the first one, Su won the hand on sixth street. On the second one, Greenstein won the hand at showdown. Here's how they went down.
We picked up the action on fourth street as Greenstein checked and Su bet. Greenstein called and then led on fifth when he paired up with kings. Su made the call. On sixth street, Su picked up a fourth club on board. Greenstein checked, Su bet and Greenstein folded.
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|Greenstein: / /|
On this hand, we picked up the action on fifth street where Greenstein bet and Su called. The action swapped on sixth street as Su bet and Greenstein called. On seventh, Su bet and Greenstein called.
"You're probably good," said Su after Greenstein called his last bet.
Greenstein turned over the for two pair, queens and jacks, and Su mucked his hand.
Andy Bloch brought it in with the , Stephen Su completed with the , and Barry Greenstein raised with the . Only Su called.
Su check-raised on fourth street, and Greenstein called. Su led out on fifth and sixth, and Greenstein was eventually forced to fold.
A few hands later, Su brought it in with the , Bloch completed with the , and Su called. Su called a bet on fourth street, and Bloch check-called bets on fifth and sixth. Bloch check-folded on seventh, and Su is now the chip leader.
|Barry Greenstein||PokerStars Team Pro||260,000||-260,000|
|Andy Bloch: /|
|Barry Greenstein: /|
Andy Bloch brought in and Barry Greenstein completed. Bloch called and then raised on fourth after Greenstein led with a bet. Greenstein called.
Both players slowed things down with a check on fifth before Bloch paired with jacks on sixth and bet. Greenstein folded and Bloch won the pot.
Andy Bloch has moved himself into the chip lead after the dinner break thanks to the recent hands just posted and now this one where he took a hand off of Stephen Su.
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|Stephen Su: / /|
Picking up the action on fourth street, Su checked and Bloch bet. Su made the call. On fifth street, Su led out with a pair of nines and Bloch raised. Su called. On sixth street, Su check-called a bet from Bloch and then both players checked seventh street.
Bloch showed the for a king-high heart flush. Su mucked his hand and Bloch won the pot.
|Barry Greenstein||PokerStars Team Pro||520,000||-160,000|
We caught up with the action on fifth street, where Andy Bloch called a bet from Stephen Su. Both players checked on sixth, and Bloch led out on seventh. Su called.
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|Stephen Su||/ /|
Bloch turned over for two-pair, and Su mucked his hand.
Two hands later, Su brought it in with the , Barry Greenstein completed, and Bloch called. Bloch led out on fourth street, Greenstein called, and then Bloch check-called bets on both fifth and sixth street. Bloch led out on seventh, and Greenstein tank-called.
Bloch tabled for two-pair again, and scooped up the pot.
"Good dinner break," Bloch said with a smile.
The players have returned from the dinner break and the cards are in the air.
Posted 2012-06-02 GMT-6
|Barry Greenstein||PokerStars Team Pro||680,000||25,000|
The remaining three players are now on a one-hour dinner break. We'll see you back here at approximately 7:35 PM, but in the meantime check out an interview our very own Sarah Grant did with one of the three finalists Barry Greenstein. She caught up with him on the last break.
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