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Jim Bucci raised in the small blind and was called by Nick Kost. Bucci bet and got raised on the flop, and he got his last chips in.
Bucci had a nice draw with the nut low and the better flush draw, as well as bigger cards to make pairs. The assured him of half of the pot, and the river gave him a flush for all of it.
Nick Kost opened for a raise and Calen McNeil and Jim Bucci called. The flop came and Bucci and Kost checked to McNeil who bet. Bucci and Kost called. The turn was the and it was checked to McNeil who bet a 2nd time. Bucci got out of the way but Kost called. The river was the and it went check-check.
Kost showed for two pair, queens and sixes. McNeil peeked back at his cards, looked at the board, and pushed his hand into the muck.
Kal Raichura raised the button and called a three-bet from small blind Jim Bucci. Both players checked the flop, and Bucci check-called the turn. The river led two more checks.
Bucci's gave him the nut low and a pair of eights, but all Raichura could muster was a pair of fours with .
Calen McNeil opened the action for a raise. Kal Raichura three-bet, Jim Bucci called, Nick Kost folded the big blind, and McNeil called. The flop came and it was checked to Raichura who bet. He was called by both players. The turn was the and it was checked around. The river was the and Bucci led out with a bet inducing a fold from McNeil. Raichura made the call and would take down the pot when his for the nut flush was better than Bucci's for trip 6's. With that pot, Raichura moved into the chip lead and Bucci trails the pack as the short stack.
Raichura would take another 300,000+ from McNeil a few hands later when he made a full house against McNeil's aces up to add to his chip lead and threaten McNeil's shot at winning back-to-back bracelets in this event.
Calen McNeil raised under the gun, and Nick Kost three-bet from the big blind. McNeil made it four bets, and Kost called. Kost check-called the flop, but he fired out on the turn. McNeil called, and the prompted two checks.
Kost's for aces with a king and a seven-deuce low bested the of McNeil.
Kal Raichura was crippled in a hand against Calen McNeil when he called bets on the flop, turn, and river on a board and McNeil showed aces up with . He would double up the next hand when he would get his last 165,000 in from the small blind and hit a full house. He's still the short stack and has just over three big bets.