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Though it wouldn't be long before Boutelle would rise again. After a little back and forth, Visbisky got it in with eights versus Boutelle's kings preflop, whiffing to take third and send Boutelle into heads-up play holding a big lead over Torrance. Torrance gave it a go with some relentless aggression, but when Boutelle started playing back at him, he was soon overwhelmed, finding a chop once after getting it in dominated, but bowing out second when called all in with ten-high and did not connect against Boutelle's ace-high.

Boutelle had the big hands in all the big pots from Sunday morning through until the Seneca Fall Poker Classic title was his, and now etches his name in the annals of Seneca Niagara poker history with a dominating win. They break down some of the massive tax payments the IRS will receive from the November Niners, and discuss the online gaming bill moving swiftly through the Pennsylvania State Legislature. The PokerNews family of podcasts is now available on Stitcher.

Torrance made the call for his tournament life with the and Boutelle was ahead with the. The board made Boutelle a pair and as Torrance headed to the cage to collect second-place money, Boutelle became the Seneca Fall Poker Classic Main Event champion.

Kurtis Boutelle Nathan Torrance. There really wasn't much action on a board until Nathan Torrance led for , into a ,chip pot. Boutelle then shoved all in to force a fold. A hand later they got it in with Boutelle shoving the over a ,chip open from Torrance. Torrance called holding the. They chopped on an board.

Boutelle also pushed in from the button the very next hand, getting a fold. But when he did it a third time after Torrance limped the button, Torrance called.

It was Boutelle's versus Torrance's for all the marbles and Torrance doubled on a board to get back in it. Kurtis Boutelle has stepped up the aggression, now coming over the top of Nathan Torrance's relentless raises with more frequency.

Stack sizes continue to stay the same and there hasn't been a turn card in what seems like ages. Nathan Torrance is the aggressor here, raising all his buttons and every time Kurtis Boulette limps his. There's a pattern developing as Torrance picks up small pot after pot until Boulette makes a stand and plays back at him in the larger ones, bringing things back to even.

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