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Calvin Anderson completed on third and then bet every street against two opponents, with Joe Tehan bowing out on sixth street.
Eric Kurtzman: /
Kurtzman called sixth, and he check-raised on the end. Anderson called, and Kurtzman tabled for a wheel. Kurtzman showed before mucking, good for aces and a six-smooth.
Eric Kurtzman had the bring-in and Calvin Anderson completed with Kurtzman making the call before he called down Anderson on every street.
Kurtzman: / /
Anderson: / /
Anderson tabled his for a low and aces-up while Kurtzman flashed his for a worse aces-up to get scooped and sent Anderson up to 1.4 million in chips.
Eric Kurtzman bet fifth street and got raised by Joe Tehan. Kurtzman reraised, and Tehan put him all in for his last 16,000.
Things ended immediately with the on sixth, giving Kurtzman an unbeatable flush when Tehan didn't improve.
Joe Tehan had the bring-in and Levon Torosyan completed with Calvin Anderson making the call before Tehan raised and both Torosyan and Anderson called. Torosyan bet fourth and only Tehan called as Torosyan bet fifth and Tehan called again.
On sixth, Torosyan check-called before check-raising the river with Tehan calling.
Tehan: / /
Torosyan: / /
Anderson: / (folded on fourth)
Tehan tabled his and took the low once Torosyan tabled his .
Joe Tehan completed with , and Sanjay Pandya raised with . Tehan made it three bets, and Pandya called. Pandya was all in by fifth street.
Pandya had caught up on fourth, but Tehan caught the on sixth street to take a commanding lead. Pandya needed to improve to have a chance, and his peeked down at the river card, ending his tournament.