Hand #297: Preston Lee limped in on the button and Corey Dodd checked his option. The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn and the on the river. Dodd finally tossed in a bet of 450,000 and Lee quickly called. Dodd tabled for trip threes and took down the pot.
Hand #298: Dodd called on the button and Lee raised it up to 480,000. Dodd shipped all in and Lee let go of his hand.
Hand #299: Preston Lee opened to 320,000 on the button and Corey Dodd jammed all in. Lee stuck in the chips to call and was the player at risk as the cards went on their backs.
The flop came and Lee took a commanding lead with a pair of queens. The on the turn gave Dodd a straight draw but the on the river secured the win for Lee. Dodd was left with just 75,000 chips after the hand.
Hand #300: Dodd was all in for 75,000 and the cards were dealt face up. Dodd received against Lee's . The board ran out and Dodd doubled up.