Kenneth Wong was up against Oliver Speidel on the flop. Wong was first and bet 250,000. Speidel called. Then, then landed on the turn and Wong bet 400,000. Speidel gave it up and Wong won the pot.
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From under the gun, Oliver Speidel raised to 175,000. Mohamad Kowssarie called from the next seat and everyone else folded.
The flop came down and Speidel led for 235,000. He was met with a snap-call from Kowssarie before the paired the board on the turn. Speidel didn't slow down and fired 600,000. Again, Kowssarie call, this time before the landed on the river. Speidel moved all in and Kowssarie took a few moments before folding his hand.
From under the gun, Patrick Healy raised to an unknown amount. Mohamad Kowssarie called out of the small blind and the flop came down . Kowssarie led for 300,000, but Healy had other plans and moved all in right away for 1.55 million. Kowssarie mucked and Healy won the pot.
After this level completes, the remaining players will take an extended break for 30 minutes for dinner.
The remaining five players have been sent on a 15-minute break.
Mile Krstanoski opened it up in the cut-off seat and Patrick Healy was next to act on the button. After a few moments, Healy announced he was all in. The blinds got out of the way and it was 1,335,000 to Krstanoski. When Krstanoski sent his cards into the muck, Healy took down some much needed chips.
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