Level 24 begonnen
After a Ronnie Bardah open from the cutoff, Vincent Gironda defended his big blind, then check-raised Bardah following the flop. Bardah responded with a three-bet, and Gironda called.
The turn brought the and Gironda checked. Bardah bet and Gironda called. The river was the , and again Gironda checked, Bardah bet, and Gironda called.
Bardah turned over for kings, and Gironda mucked. That one carries Bardah up over a million and back into the chip lead over second-place Gironda.
Brent Wheeler raised from under the gun and action folded to Ronnie Bardah in the small blind. He quickly made it three bets to go and then Sorel Mizzi made the call from the big blind. Wheeler also called and off to a flop they went.
The flop came down and Bardah led with a bet. Mizzi made the call and Wheeler was right there to go along to the turn with them.
On the turn, Bardah fired another bet. Mizzi took some time, then folded his hand. Wheeler took roughly the same amount of time, but also folded and Bardah won the pot.
From under the gun, Ronnie "RoNasty" Bardah raised. Marco Johnson called from the big blind and the flop came down . Johnson checked and Bardah checked behind.
The turn was the and Johnson bet. Bardah called. The river was the and Johnson checked. Bardah bet and Johnson tank-called.
Bardah showed the for a pair of queens with an ace kicker and Johnson mucked.
Sorel Mizzi opened from the button, Brent Wheeler three-bet from the small blind, then Vincent Gironda made it four to go from the big blind. Mizzi and Wheeler both called, and the flop came . Wheeler checked, Gironda bet, Mizzi raised, Wheeler folded, then Gironda three-bet. Mizzi thought a moment, then called.
The turn was the and Gironda fired another bet which Mizzi called. The river brought the and another Gironda bet, sending Mizzi deep into the tank. Finally Mizzi pushed his cards to the dealer, conceding the pot to Gironda.
After losing a few chips, Brent Wheeler was down to about 300,000 when he opened with a raise from the small blind. Vincent Gironda three-bet from the small blind, and Wheeler called.
The flop came . Wheeler checked, Gironda bet, and Wheeler called. The turn was the , and Wheeler check-called again. The river brought the and yet another check-call.
Gironda showed for queens and tens, and Wheeler mucked.
On the paired flop, Sorel Mizzi bet and Ronnie Bardah made the call.
The turn was the and Mizzi bet again. Bardah raised and Mizzi called.
The river was the and Mizzi checked. Bardah also checked.
Mizzi showed the for jacks and fives to win the pot. Bardah mucked.
It folded to Vincent Gironda in the cutoff who peered across the table, looking over Hans Minocha sitting in the big blind with a short stack. Gironda raised, then Marco Johnson made it three bets from the button. It folded to Minocha who checked his cards, then decided to reraise himself, a bet that committed his entire stack of 59,000. Both Gironda and Johnson called.
The flop came . Gironda checked, Johnson bet, and Gironda called. The turn brought a fourth spade, the , and both players checked. They again checked the river.
All three players had made flushes. Minocha had , Gironda had , and Johnson had the best of the three with to drag the main pot plus the small side pot. Meanwhile, Hans Minocha's supporters gave him a round of applause to acknowledge his sixth-place finish.