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Hand #153: Noah Schwartz raised to 110,000, and Josh Pollock folded.
Hand #154: Pollock raised to 90,000, Schwartz called. The flop came , and both checked. Schwartz check-folded the turn.
Hand #155: Schwartz gave Pollock a walk.
Hand #156: Pollock raised to 90,000. Schwartz reraised to pot, and Pollock folded.
Hand #157: Schwartz raised to 80,000. Pollock made the call, and the flop came down . Pollock check-folded to a 90,000 bet.
Hand #158: Pollock raised to 80,000, and Schwartz called. Schwartz then checked when flopped. A turned, and Schwartz checked again. Pollock bet 90,000, and that was enough to take the pot.
Hand #159: Schwartz raised to 80,000, and Pollock called. Pollock checked the flop, and Schwartz bet 110,000. Pollock made the call, and the turn was . Both players checked. A fell on the river, and both checked again. Pollock won with jacks and threes.
Hand #146: James Park called from the small blind, Josh Pollock checked his option and the flop fell . Park bet 50,000, Pollock called and the turned. Park slowed down with a check and Pollock did the same. Action repeated itself on the river and Pollock showed for sevens and threes, which was good enough to win.
Hand #147: James Park opened for 80,000 from the button and Noah Schwartz defended from the big blind. Schwartz checked the flop and Park bet 130,000. Schwartz then woke up with a check-raise to 350,000 and Park quickly folded.
Hand #148: Noah Schwartz raised to 100,000 from the small blind and won the pot.
Hand #150: James Park raised the pot (120,000) from the small blind and pushed Josh Pollock off the big blind.
Hand #151: Noah Schwartz got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #152: Noah Schwartz made it 120,000 from the small blind only to have James Park raise the pot. Schwartz three-bet it and Park called off.
Park got it in with a pair of queens but was behind Schwartz's kings. The flop paired Schwartz's ace and kept him in the lead. The turn improved Schwartz to a set and left Park in need of either a jack or club on the river, but the was no help. Park was eliminated in third place for $108,090.
Hand #141: James Park raised to 80,000, and Noah Schwartz called from the big blind. He checked the flop, then called a bet of 100,000. The turn came , and Schwartz again checked, this time folding to Park's bet.
Hand #142: Schwartz raised pot from the small blind, and Park folded.
Hand #143: Pollock bet 185,000 on the flop in a blind battle with Park, and Park folded.
Hand #144: Pollock called from the small blind, and Schwartz checked his option. Both players checked on . A turned, and Pollock check-folded to a bet from Schwartz.
Hand #145: Pollock raised to 85,000 from the button. Schwartz reraised to 295,000. Park folded, and Pollock called. The flopped, and Schwartz came out with 385,000. Pollock called once again, and a turned. Schwartz pushed all in, and Pollock folded without much thought. Schwartz revealed a before mucking his cards.
Hand 138: Noah Schwartz gets a walk in the big blind.
Hand #139: Josh Pollock raised to 85,000 from the button and took down the blinds.
Hand #140: Noah Schwartz raised the button and then called when Josh Pollock raised the pot to 275,000. The flop saw Pollock bet 210,000, Schwartz raised the pot and Pollock called off for 540,000.
Pollock flopped the nuts and it held as the turn and river failed to change anything.
Hand #134: Noah Schwartz raised to 90,000, and neither of his opponents called.
Hand #135: James Park raised to 80,000 from the button, and Schwartz called from the big blind. Noah fired out 130,000 on the flop of . Park folded.
Hand #136: Josh Pollock raised to 85,000, and Park called from the big blind. Park bet out 130,000 on the flop, and Pollock folded.
Hand #137: Park completed the blind, and Pollock checked. The flop came , and Park bet 50,000. Pollock raised to 230,000. Park folded.
Hand #131: James Park raised to 80,000 on the button and Josh Pollock called from the small blind. Noah Schwartz came along from the big and three players saw a flop of . All three players checked to see the turn and Pollock checked. Schwartz bet just over 200,000, James raised the pot, Pollock folded and Schwartz three-bet it. James called off and as it turned out was freerolling.
Unfortunately for James, his freeroll wouldn't come in as the useless peeled off. Chop it up.
Hand #132: Noah Schwartz raised to 120,000 from the small blind and won the pot.
Hand #133: KT Park made it 120,000 to go from the small blind only to have James Park three-bet the pot. KT got his short stack in and the cards were tabled.
James was ahead with sevens, though he improved to a pair of tens on the flop. KT picked up a gutshot straight draw to go with his threes and overs, but neither the turn nor river would deliver him salvation. With that, KT Park shook hands with the remaining players and then exited the tournament in fourth place.
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Hand #130: Shawn Silber raised to 140,000. Josh Pollock put Silber all in, and Silber called.
The flop came , keeping Silber's aces in the lead but giving Pollock a gutshot straight draw. An turn added more outs to Pollock's hand, as now either a five or a ten would make his straight. The river came a , and Silber's aces had been toppled, ending his run.