|Блайндове||120,000 / 240,000|
Hand #47: Shawn Buchanan raised on the button and both blinds folded.
Hand #48: Buchanan raised to 125,000 again and small blind John Amato reraised to 375,000. Buchanan folded.
Hand #49: Under the gun, Jake Schindler placed in the minimum raise and that was enough to win the pot preflop.
Hand #50: David Peters made it 110,000 under the gun and his opponent on the left Shawn Buchanan pumped the price to 280,000. Peters released his hand and dropped under 16 bigs.
Hand #51: David Laka opened to 100,000 and Peters called in the big blind. Laka continued for 60,000 when the hit the felt and Peters folded.
Hand #43: Jeremy Wien raised all in for 800,000 effective from the small blind, putting Jake Schindler at risk in the big blind. Schindler folded and Wien collected the pot.
Hand #44: Jake Schindler limped from the small bind with David Peters checking his option in the big. The flop fell and Schindler bet 425,000 and Peters folded rather quickly.
Hand #45: Everyone folded to Shawn Buchanan in the big blind who received a walk.
Hand #46: Eric Blair opened to 115,000 from early position. David Peters fired a three-bet of 290,000 on the button and Blair made the call. On a flop Blair checked to Peters who checked behind.
The turn was the and after Blair bet 300,000 Peters made the call. The river was dealt with Blair checking to Peters who thought for couple of minutes before assembling a bet of 725,000, enough to put Blair all in to call. Blair did call, showing for a pair of queens which bested Peters's and Blair doubled up leaving Peters a stack of only 16 big blinds.
Hand #38: Eric Blair made it 110,000 in the hijack and Shawn Buchanan came along from the big blind. Buchanan let Blair continue for 135,000 on the flop and called. The turn was quickly checked by both players and the river saw Buchanan fire 225,000. Blair quickly called with the winning hand, although it wasn't clear which exact hole cards he opened.
Hand #39: David Peters raised to 115,000 on the button, but folded after David Laka moved all in for 1.15 million out of the big blind.
Hand #40: Peters repeated his previous raise, and this time it went through uncontested.
Hand #41: Buchanan raised to 125,000 in the cutoff and John Amato flatted in the small blind. A Broadway flop landed as the dealer rolled out . Amato check-called 125,000 and then checked the turn. Buchanan checked back to see a blank river. Amato fired 415,000 and Buchanan let it go.
Hand #42: Eric Blair completed in the small blind and called when Jeremy Wien made it 155,000. They both checked the flop, then Blair led out 255,000 on the turn. Wien called and the paired the board. Blair checked and folded to Wien's bet of 275,000.
Hand #35: John Amato opened to 110,000 from button and both blinds folded.
Hand #36: Shawn Buchanan opened to 125,000 from early position. He received no customers, however, with everyone folding and Buchanan taking it down.
Hand #37: Eric Blair opened to 110,000 from the cutoff and after pausing for a few seconds Jake Schindler called from small blind with David Peters also coming along from the big blind.
On a flop the action checked to Blair who bet 180,000. Schindler folded with Peters tossing in the call. The turn fell with the action going check-check.
On a river Peters fired a hefty bet of 470,000, sending Blair into the tank. Blair eventually tossed in the call and Peters tabled for a flopped two pair. Blair mucked and Peters collected the over one million-chip pot.
Hand #31: Jake Schindler limped from the button, David Peters completed out of the small blind, and Shawn Buchanan checked his option from the big blind to see the flop. Peters and Buchanan checked to Schindler who fired 80,000, earning a call from Peters and a fold from Buchanan.
The turn was checked through and Peters checked the river as well. Schindler reached to his stack and slid forward a 180,000 bet. Peters paused for over a minute and then finally decided to fold.
Hand #32: Second to act, Eric Blair made it 90,000 and only big blind David Laka called. Laka led out 85,000 when the flop landed and Blair matched the price.
They continued to the turn where Laka slowed down, checking. Blair fired 260,000 and Laka quickly folded.
Hand #33: Blair raised to 90,000 again and earned three callers: Schindler (hijack), Peters (cutoff), and John Amato (big blind). The flop was checked and they went four-way to the turn. Amato led out 185,000 and all remaining players gave up.
Hand #34: Laka raised to 80,000 on the button and Blair defended his big. Blair check-called 70,000 on the flop before both players tapped the turn and river. Blair showed and Laka mucked.
Hand #30: Richard Tuhrim shoved all in for 425,000 from middle position with Jeremy Wien then three-betting to 1,720,000. Everyone else folded the hands were turned up.
Tuhrim showed and was dominated by Wien’s . The board ran out giving Wien a pair of aces and busting Tuhrim in eighth place.
Hand #28: Shawn Buchanan limped from middle position and Jeremy Wien checked his option in the big blind. On a flop of Buchanan bet 50,000 after Wien checked. Wien took a few seconds before releasing his hand into the muck.
Hand #29: From under the gun Peters opened to 90,000 with Shawn Buchanan making the call. Jake Schindler put in a call from the big blind as well. The flop came , and the action checked to Buchanan who bet 125,000. Schindler folded and Peters tossed in a call. The fell on the turn with the action checking through.
On a river Peters checked to Buchanan who took a few seconds before checking back. Peters rolled over for a pair of nines, Buchanan couldn’t beat it and Peters won the hand.
Hand #23: David Laka min-raised under the gun and claimed the pot without contest.
Hand #24: Jake Schindler made it 100,000 in the cutoff and everyone behind him folded.
Hand #25: This time Eric Blair started the action with a raise to 90,000 in early position. David Peters countered with a three-bet to 260,000 from the cutoff. Blair, however, moved all in for 1,490,000 and Peters gave up.
Hand #26: Schindler raised to 80,000 in middle position and Laka called on the button before big blind John Amato squeezed to 350,000. Schindler and Laka both backed off.
Hand #27: Another raise and take, this time for Shawn Buchanan.