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Terrance Eischens bet 54,000 into a multi-way pot on a flop. Brian Roberts raised to 108,000 on the button, chasing out two players who had checked. Eischens announced all in, and Roberts snap-called. Eischens shook his head, knowing that was a bad sign, and he was right.
Eischens sent nearly all of his stack to Roberts after the and completed the board.
The board read when we picked up the action as Sean Kelly check-called a bet of 51,000. The river was the and Kelly checked to Hougaard again who bet 76,000 this time around.
Kelly went into the tank for quite a while but eventually he called and Hougaard quickly tabled to take down this pot.
Here's what the chip counts at this table currently look like after Luis Velador was moved into Jason White's old seat.
[Removed:139], on his way to becoming a politician, has been picking up supporters at the ESPN stage this evening, and they were all cheering him on to a huge double-up moments ago.
Brian Townsend opened to 23,000 from middle position and Juan Rodriguez (cutoff) and Maria Ho (small blind) called. Platt then moved all in for 241,000 from the big blind. Townsend released, and Rodriguez reshoved for 855,000, which prompted a fold from Ho. Cards on their backs:
Platt stood up with a big smile on his face as the flop rolled out , giving him a pair and the nut flush draw. His rail began calling for a spade, which didn't come on the turn, but the dealer obliged with the on the river. Platt ran over to his supporters for some high-fives and he was pushed a pot worth 558,000.
After unknown action, Tom Thomas has been eliminated from one of the secondary tables. The board completed , and Bobby Mapp had sitting in front of him. Thomas' hand was in the muck, and he was off to the cage to collect his winnings.
After the knockout, Mapp is up to 1.19 million chips.