They went to a flop of 7♣ 4♣ 5♥ and both players checked before the dealer tabled the 8♠ turn. At this point, Speidel leads out for 50,000 and Le Roux looks him to see the river 4♥. Speidel now bombs 200,000 and, again, Le Roux makes the call but mucks when the Australian shows 9♥ 6♦ for the top end straight on the turn.
Speidel moves up to 1.45 million as Le Roux slides to 940,000.
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