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Joe Tehan completed for 20,000 and Tyson Marks called. Erik Seidel raised to 40,000 and both opponents called. On fourth, Seidel bet 40,000 and Tehan called. Marks moved all in for another 24,000 and both opponents called. Sixth and seventh were completed and the players turned over their cards.
Tehan: / /
Marks: / /
Seidel: / /
Seidel had a six-high straight and low draw but could not get there. Marks was hoping for the low as well, but ultimately failed. Tehan scooped the pot with two pair and enters the official final table as the chip leader.
After John Kabbaj completed with the , Joe Tehan and Tom Schneider called with the and showing respectively. Two checks on fourth street saw Kabbaj bet, and two calls followed. Schneider then led out for 40,000 when he took the lead on fifth, Kabbaj folded, and Tehan made the call. Schneider then check-called bets on both sixth and seventh streets.
Schneider: / /
Kabbaj: / fold
Tehan held two pair with a 7-4-3-2-A low, and it was good enough to scoop the pot as Schneider sent is cards to the muck.
Mike Leah completed with the showing and Tyson Marks called with the face up. On fourth, both players capped the action to have Leah at risk of elimination.
Leah: / /
Marks: / /
Marks had a ton of outs to scoop the pot but ultimately it was chopped. Only one hand later, Leah would be more fortunate in a confrontation with John Kabbaj when he completed with the showing. Kabbaj had the bring in with the and completed as well. Until fifth, Leah was at risk once again for his last 103,000 in total for the hand.
Kabbaj: / /
The set of fives won the pot for Leah and he doubled up.
Christopher McHugh opened with a raise to 20,000 from middle position and Terrence Hastoo called from the cutoff. Mike Leah came along from the big blind and three players saw the flop. Leah led out for 20,000, McHugh folded, and Hastoo popped it to 40,000.
Leah called and then check-called a bet of 40,000 on the turn. When the completed the board on the river, Leah checked and Hastoo did the same.
"Small flush," Hastoo said before showing . Hastoo had flopped a straight that turned into a flush, and he needed it as Leah showed he had flopped the better straight with .
Joe Tehan raised to 40,000 and Christopher McHugh called from the small blind, so did Thomas Keller in the big blind. Keller check-folded the flop but McHugh check-called the 20,000 from Tehan to see the turn. Our chip leader check-called the 40,000 bet and repeated that after the as well.
Tehan turned over and would have almost quartered his opponent if it wasn't for the river, as McHugh showed for the higher two pair. Tehan chopped it and took the low.
One hand later, Tom Schneider raised to 40,000 and Erik Seidel called in the big blind. Seidel then bet the flop, both checked the turn. Seidel bet 40,000 after the river and Schneider mucked his cards.
The 2014 World Series of Poker is well underway at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, but that's not the only place you can get your WSOP fix. From June 1-15, grinders in Nevada will be able to participate in the WSOP.com Online Championship Series.
The 15-event WSOP.com Online Championship Series festival features more than $550,000 in combined guarantees, and the winners of the first 14 events will all receive an entry into the $200,000 guarantee WSOP Online Championship Main Event on Sunday, June 15.
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