EPT Warsaw: Seven bets for seven pots

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Team PokerStars Pro Gavin Griffin just doubled up, prolonging his tournament life after being switched to Johnny Lodden’s table which right now is no easy environment. Lodden just raised seven hands in a row with no takers, for a stack that now measures more than 50,000.

Griffin pushed with A-K and was called by a player showing Q-J. An ace hit the flop and another the turn to keep Griffin with us a little longer, armed with a stack of 12,000 as we play the last level of the day.

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