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Roger Sippl raised to 220,000 from the cutoff with and Christoph Vogelsang called in the big blind with .
The flop came down and Vogelsang checked to Sippl who bet 400,000. Vogelsang gave it some thought, but ultimately folded.
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Roger Sippl was in the cutoff and he put out a raise to 210,000. Christoph Vogelsang called out of the big blind and the two were off to the flop.
The dealer fanned a flop and Vogelsang checked it over to Sippl. Sippl continued out for 350,000, sending Vogelsang into the tank. Ultimately he came out with a raise to 850,000. Sippl immeidately moved all in over the top for 1.925 million and Vogelsang called just as quickly.
The dropped down on the turn and gave Sippl the nut flush. The completed the board and Sippl was able to score the double up to 4.36 million. Vogelsang, on the other hand, dropped down to 1.71 million.
Bryn Kenney raised from the small blind with and Sorel Mizzi called out of the big blind with . The flop fell and both players checked to see the hit the board on the turn. Kenney led on the turn for 260,000 and Mizzi opted to kick in his pair of nines.
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Sorel Mizzi opened to 135,000 from the cutoff with and Christoph Vogelsang called on the button with .
The flop came down and Mizzi continued for 145,000. After a little while in the tank, Vogelsang called to see the turn. Mizzi checked this time, as did Vogelsang, and the river completed the board.
Both checked again and Vogelsang took down the pot with sevens and fours.
Bryn Kenney raised to 135,000 with from the hijack. Steve O'Dwyer had in the big blind and he came along for the ride.
The flop came down and O'Dwyer checked over to Kenney. He continued out for 160,000 and O'Dwyer tossed out a call. Fourth street was the and O'Dwyer checked for a second time. Kenney reached for chips once more, this time firing 370,000. O'Dwyer thought for a moment before opting to let it go. Kenney picked up the pot and brought his stack to 4.435 million.