Hand #130: Brett Shaffer opened to 125,000, and RJ Sullivan called in the big blind. The flop came and both players checked to see the on the turn. Sullivan check-folded to a bet of 150,000 from Shaffer.
Hand #131: Sullivan called in the small blind and Shaffer checked his option to the flop. Sullivan led out for 75,000 and Shaffer folded.
Hand #132: Sullivan opened to 125,000, Stout three-bet to 325,000, Sullivan four-bet shoved all in and Stout folded.
Hand #133: Sullivan got a walk.
Hand #134: Stout opened to 135,000 and Sullivan raised to 290,000. Stout moved all in and Sullivan called, putting Stout’s tournament life on the line.
Stout was slightly ahead before the flop and was looking to score the double up. The dealer fanned out a board of , Sullivan paired his queen and it stood strong. Stout was eliminated in third place.
Hand #125: RJ Sullivan and Brett Shaffer went to a flop for 60,000 each. The flop came down and Shaffer bet 60,000. Sullivan made the call and the turn was the . Both players checked to bring the river card of . Shaffer bet 150,000 and won the pot.
Hand #126: Shaffer limped the small blind and Stout pushed 775,000 all in. Shaffer made the call.
The flop came down giving Stout a full house. The turn and river of changed nothing, though, and Stout earned the double.
Hand #127: Shaffer raised to 125,000 on the button and Sullivan called him. The flop was and Shaffer won the pot with a bet of 125,000.
Hand #128: Stout raised to 135,000 from the button and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #129: Sullivan raised to 125,000 from his button and won the hand preflop.
Hand #121: Stout announced all in from the small blind, and RJ Sullivan called for 910,000, putting himself at risk.
The dealer delivered a board reading . Sullivan caught a pair of jacks on the flop and they held through the river. Sullivan was pushed the big double up pot.
Hand #122: Stout moved all in on the button for 845,000, and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #123: Brett Shaffer called from the small blind and Stout checked his option. The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn. Shaffer bet 60,000 and Stout called. The river introduced the , both players checked, Shaffer tabled for a straight and Stout mucked.
Hand #115: RJ Sullivan got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #116: Matt Stout raised to 140,000 from the button and won the pot preflop.
Hand #117: Brett Shaffer raised to 155,000 from the small blind and Stout made the call. The flop was and Shaffer checked. Stout checked and the turn card was the . Both players checked to bring the on the river and Shaffer led out for 155,000 to win the pot.
Hand #118: Stout raised to 150,000 from the small blind and Sullivan, sitting in the big blind, three-bet all in to win the hand.
Hand #119: Sullivan raised to 125,000 in the small blind and Shaffer called. The flop was dealt and Sullivan wagered 85,000. Shaffer raised to 190,000 but Sullivan wanted nothing to do with it. Shaffer stacked up his newly-acquired chips.
Hand #105: Brett Shaffer limped in the small blind and Matt Stout checked his option in the big blind. The flop was . Shaffer bet 60,000 and won the pot.
Hand #106: Shaffer raised his button to 125,000 and won the pot after RJ Sullivan flashed the and threw away his hand.
Hand #107: Shaffer got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #108: Shaffer limped his small blind and Stout checked. The flop was dealt and both players checked. The turn was the and Shaffer bet 60,000, winning the pot.
Hand #109: Stout limped in the small blind and he and Sullivan went to a flop of . Stout led out for 70,000. Sullivan called and the turn was the . Stout checked, followed by Sullivan's check. The river was the and Stout showed to Sullivan's . They chopped the pot.
Hand #95: Matt Stout and Peter Gould got it all in preflop and Stout held to Gould's . The board ran out and Gould secured a much-needed double.
Hand #96: Brett Shaffer opened for 100,000 and won the pot.
Hand #97: Stout raised to 110,000 and Gould three-bet to 360,000. Stout pushed and Gould snap-called. Stout showed and Gould held . Gould started out behind, but by the time the board was dealt , he had doubled up once again.
Hand #98: RJ Sullivan opened for 100,000 from the button and Shaffer called. The flop came down . Shaffer checked and Sullivan bet out 130,000 to win the pot.
Hand #99: Sullivan raised to 100,000 and Shaffer called on the button. The flop was dealt and Shaffer called Sullivan's continuation-bet of 110,000. The turn was the and Shaffer bet 125,000 after Sullivan checked. Sullivan gave up and Shaffer won the pot.