Hand #36: Four players to the flop of . Checked to Heimiller who bet 150,000. Anthony Wise made it 400,000 and Wise was victorious as Heimiller threw it away.
Hand #37: Phillips limped the small blind and Donald Maas checked. The flop was . Phillips checked and a bet from Maas took it down.
Hand #38: Anthony Wise made it 210,000 and Donald Maas in the small blind and Dan Heimiller in the big blind called to see a flop of . Checked to Wise who bet 350,000 and back to Maas who raised it to 1,000,000. That was enough to give Maas the pot.
Hand #39: David Smith opened for 205,000 and Smith took the pot.
Hand #40: Heimiller opened for 225,000 and the blinds and antes slid over to him.
Hand #24: David Tran open raised to 725,000 with another 390,000 or so behind. The action folded to Dan Heimiller and he moved all in after about thirty seconds of consideration. The big blind folded and Tran called off for the following showdown:
The board ran out and Tran could not connect with either over card to hit the rail in sixth place for $ 115,651.
Hand #23: Out of the small blind, Donald Maas raised to 230,000 and Dan Heimiller called one seat over. Maas continued for 200,000 on the flop. Heimiller called and Maas then checked the turn. Heimiller bet 625,000 and scooped the pot.
Hand #20: Donald Maas opened for 200,000 and wins the blinds and antes.
Hand #21: Anthony Wise moved all in and the chips were counted. Total of 815,000 shove from Wise. Doc Barry called and showed . Wise was in trouble and at risk with . The dealer came to his rescue though with .
Hand #22: Doc Barry would be out the very next hand after being down to only three big blinds. Dan Heimiller raised to 175,000 from early position and Barry moved all in from the small blind.
Heimiller made the call with and Barry had two live cards with . He could not get there on the board though and collected $87,615.
Hand #19: Vida moved all in again for the second time within four hands. Donald Maas asked for a count and the dealer verified it to be 1,145,000. Maas announced call and all other players folded. Showdown:
The flop gave Vida some more outs with the open ender, but the turn delivered a flush draw to take out some of those cards in the deck. The river gave Maas the nut flush and Vida has been eliminated in eighth place. He takes home $66,945 for his efforts.