Hand #125- Corey Harrison made it 130,000 from the small blind, and Daniel Cascado made the call from the big. The dealer fanned out a flop of , and Harrison c-bet it to 135,000. Cascado shot back with a raise to 285,000, and Harrison kicked his hand in.
Hand #126- Cascado limped in from the small blind, and Salvatore Dicarlo moved all in from the big blind. Cascado folded, and Dicarlo took down the pot.
Hand #127- Cascado raised it up to 120,000 from the button, and Paul Sptizberg defended his big blind. The flop came down , and Spitzberg quickly checked. Cascado fired out a bet of 130,000, and Spitzberg throw out a check raise to 360,000. It was back to Cascado now, and after a minute or so of thought, he moved all in, having Spitzberg covered. Spitzberg tanked for about 30 seconds before announcing "call."
Spitzberg was well behind going to the turn, and he was looking for a king or a six to win the hand. The turn brought the , and Cascado was one card away from taking a big chip lead three handed. It was a safe card for him, the , and Spitzberg was knocked out in 4th place.
After taking that pot, Cascado now has over four million, which is half the chips in play.