Allyn Jaffrey Shulman limped in from the small blind and Bob Phelps checked from the big blind to see the flop. After the flop, Shulman bet 375,000 and Phelps folded.
|Blinds||120,000 / 240,000|
After Allyn Jaffrey Shulman had raised, Bob Phelps reraised to one million. Shulman moved all in for 2.53 million and Phelps went into the tank. After a minute, he made the call and the hands were tabled.
Shulman was dominating Phelps going in and stayed in front after the flop. The on the turn gave Phelps the best hand, but the on the river gave the pot right back to Shulman and she doubled up.
Shulman now has the chip lead and the approximate chip counts are below.
Allyn Jaffrey Shulman called from the small blind and Bob Phelps checked in the big blind. The flop came down and Shulman checked. Phelps fired 475,000 and Shulman mucked her hand.
Dennis Phillips raised from the small blind to 450,000 and Allyn Jaffrey Shulman reraised all in from the big blind to approximately 1.9 million. Phillips gave it some thought, but folded in the end and Shulman won the pot.
After Bob Phelps bet an even one million on the flop, Dennis Phillips moved all in for around three million. Phelps tanked and called with the . Phillips held the .
The turn was the and river the , giving both players the same two pair and kicker to chop up the pot.
Dennis Phillips raised on the button to 350,000 and Bob Phelps reraised to 1.16 million from the big blind. Phillips called and the flop came down . Phelps moved all in and Phillips tanked. With a little over 3.2 million behind, Phillips eventually folded and Phelps won the pot. Phelps showed the .
Dennis Phillips opened from the button for 350,000 only to have Allyn Jaffrey Shulman move all in for 1.39 million. Bob Phelps got out of the way, and after some contemplation, Phillips made the call.
Phillips was ahead when the chips went in, and even managed to pair his aces on the flop; however, Shulman's supporters seemed quite excited as their woman had picked up the nut-flush draw. Wouldn't you know it, the peeled off on the turn to complete the said flush and guarantee Shulman the double.
Phillips gave her a quick hug as the was put out on the river. With that, Phelps became the news chip leader simply by sitting on the sidelines.
Action folded to Dennis Phillips on the button and he put in a raise to 350,000. Allyn Jaffrey Shulman folded from the small blind putting action on Bob Phelps in the big blind. He announced a three-bet and made it 1.16 million to go, which put Phillips in the tank.
"Son of a buck, Bob," Phillips remarked as he thought about the decision. Eventually he folded, but not before flashing the . Phelps obliged and showed his own , though it was accompanied by the .