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The action folded to Travis Pearson who raised from the button to 11,000. Kendall Fukumoto was the only caller from the small blind, so off they went heads-up to the flop of . From there, Fukumoto check-called Pearson's bet of 16,000 before they both checked down the turn of the and the river .
Pearson rolled up for top two pair and Fukumoto tapped the table before throwing his hand away. With that hand, Pearson is now at the top of the chippie tree with more than 400,000!
The action folded around to Josh Weiland who completed from the small blind before Shaun Deeb checked his option on the big blind to go heads-up to a flop that read . Both players checked, then Weiland led out for 6,000 on the turn of the before both players checked the river .
"I think it's a chop," Deeb said, flashing the , but he mucked his hand after Weiland tabled . No chop this time around!
From under the gun, Septi Popescu raised to 13,000 and the action folded to Roland Isra who reraised to 28,000 from the small blind. Brian Haveson called from the big blind and Popescu got out of the way before the draw. Isra stood pat and Haveson drew one, but quickly folded after Isra led out for 30,000.
"What were you drawing to?" Isra asked as he stacked up his newly-acquired chips.
"I was drawing to an ," was the reply from Haveson.