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Just 74 remain at LAPT Bahamas Main Event, where Mustapha "lasagnaaammm" Kanit has seized the chip lead as they move toward the Day 2 dinner break. Meanwhile Team PokerStars Pros Eugene Katchalov and Victor Ramdin remain in the hunt as well. Both are enjoying getting a chance to return to the LAPT for another event as they told the PokerStars Blog.
Action folded to Steve O'Dwyer in the small blind and he completed with . Roger Sippl checked from the big blind and the flop came down . O'Dwyer checked, Sippl fired 175,000, and O'Dwyer called.
The on the turn paired the board and gave Sippl a full house of eights full of sixes. O'Dwyer checked again and Sippl dropped 550,000 past the betting line. O'Dwyer quickly called once more.
The fell on the river and O'Dwyer checked for a third time. Sippl moved all in for 2.215 million and O'Dwyer immediately asked for a count. After about a minute in the tank, O'Dwyer announced a call only to find that Sippl had turned a boat.
With this win, Sippl's stack is up to about 6.1 million. Despite this hit, O'Dwyer still holds the chip lead with 7.6 million.
On a flop of , Steve O'Dwyer checked with over to Roger Sippl who held . Both players checked and the hit the felt on the turn.
O'Dwyer fired out 300,000 into the middle and Sippl responding by moving all in over the top. O'Dwyer let it go and Sippl took down the pot.
Steve O'Dwyer raised on the button with and Bryn Kenney called from the big blind with .
The flop fell and Kenney checked to O'Dwyer who continued for 250,000.
Kenney called, the fell on the turn and Kenney checked again to O'Dwyer. After a few moments O'Dwyer bet 580,000 and again Kenney called.
The river completed the board and Kenney checked for a third time. O'Dwyer fired 1.375 million, sending Kenney into the tank for a bit before he called.
O'Dwyer showed him his for the queen-high straight and Kenney mucked.
Today at the PCA, Lee Jones, Jason Somerville, Barry Greenstein, and Jim McManus sat down for an in-depth talk on the evolution of poker. As the PokerStars Blog write, It's come a long way, and it is still going.
During the 2015 PokerStars Caribbean Adventure your host Remko Rinkema made sure to visit the John Watling's distillery and try some local Bahamian rum. It's safe to say he had a good time, and if you're in the Bahamas you should make sure to pay this place a visit.
Steve O'Dwyer was in the small blind and put out a raise to 250,000. Roger Sippl was in the big blind and he responding by three-betting the action to 650,000. O'Dwyer came back over the top with a four-bet to 1.25 million. Sippl five-bet all in and O'Dwyer called for his own tournament life of 4.18 million.
The board ran out , allowing O'Dwyer's cowboys to maintain the lead. He scored the double and now sits on a commanding chip lead of about 8.4 million. Sippl, on the other hand, has dropped down to 2.4 million.
Steve O'Dwyer raised to 250,000 from the small blind with and Roger Sippl three-bet to 600,000 from the big blind with . O'Dwyer called and a flop of followed.
O'Dwyer check-called 650,000 from Sippl, the turn fell and both players checked. The river completed the board and O'Dwyer bet 425,000.
Sippl quickly folded and O'Dwyer collected the pot.
Do super high rollers find it hard to go from a 100K event one day to a 10K event the next? Hardly, as Isaac Haxton explained to the PokerStars Blog.