After a few hours where Al Barbieri was the only thing keeping the rail awake, we have just had a ridiculous hand that sent the whole rail and the players into a frenzy. David Arsht raised it up, and Donald Auger raised all in.
Action folded to David Arsht and he continued to apply pressure with a raise. Donald Auger defended from the big and even called a bet on the flop, but when Arsht fired on the turn, Auger shook his head and released his hand.
David Arsht has not let his foot off the gas since we got back from the break, and he is starting to pull away from his three opponents. On the first hand Al Barbieri raised in the cutoff, and Arsht three bet in the small blind.
Action started with Donald Auger, and he raised it up. Ben Landowski was next to act, and he put in a third bet. It folded back around to Auger, and he called. The flop came all jacks, , and Auger bet out.
Lori Kirgan raised from early position and was met with a three-bet from Bruce Rosen in the small blind. Kirgan made the call and then fired out a bet when Rosen, who only had 45,000 remaining, checked the flop.
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