The remaining three players are now on a 60 minute dinner break.
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
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Hand #139: Brandon Paster opened to 80,000 and the other two folded.
Hand #140: Marcel Vonk completed from the small blind and Paster made it 120,000 to go from the big blind. Vonk called. The players would check down the board and Paster would win the pot with his .
Hand #141: Vonk opened to 80,000 and Gabriel Nassif called from the big blind. The flop came and Nassif check-folded to Vonk's 80,000 wager.
Hand #142: Nassif completed the small blind and Vonk checked his option from the big blind. The flop came and Nassif bet 40,000 and Vonk folded.
Hand #143: Nassif limped in from the button, Vonk called from the small blind, and Paster checked his option from the big blind. The flop came and all three checked. The turn was the and Nassif and Paster would fold to Vonk's 80,000 bet.
Hand #137: Gabriel Nassif raised to 80,000 and won the blinds.
Hand #138: Matt Humphrey opened to 85,000 and it was folded to Brandon Paster who re-raised the pot. Humphrey insta-shoved for the rest of his stack and Paster called. Their hands were as follows:
The flop came giving Paster an open-ended straight draw. He would get there on the turn but that would also give Humphrey outs to the nut flush. The river was the and an excited Paster went over to his rail. "Run good," he said. "Run f***ing good!" Humphrey was eliminated in fourth place which was good for $74,306.
Hand #136: Matthew Dames got the remainder of his stack in and was called one seat over by Marcel Vonk.
The board ran out and Dames was sent to the rail in 5th place.
Hand #131: Matthew Humphrey raised to 125,000 from the button and claimed the blinds.
Hand #132: Marcel Vonk limped from the small blind and Brandon Paster raised to 120,000. Vonk called and they saw the flop. Vonk moved all in for 230,000 and got called.
The turn gave the Dutchman a straight and the river completed the board.
Hand #133: Matthew Dames raised to 150,000 and got the blinds without resistance.
Hand #134: Dames raised to 110,000 from early position and Humphrey called in the big blind to see the flop. Humphrey bet 175,000 and then called all in for another 135,000 when Dames moved all in.
Both the turn and the river blanked and Humphrey doubled up, Dames is now really short.
Hand #135: Gabriel Nassif raised to 80,000 from the button and got the blinds.
Hand #126: Gabriel Nassif would take the blinds down with a raise to 80,000.
Hand #127: Matthew Dames opened to 90,000 from the button and the blinds would fold.
Hand #128: Branden Paster opened for 110,000 from the small blind and Nassif called from the big blind. The flop came and Paster led out for 125,000. He would quickly fold when Nassif announced a pot-sized raise.
Hand #129: Marcel Vonk opened to 125,000 and would take the blinds when everyone folded.
Hand #130: Nassif opened for 80,000 from the button and Dames called from the big blind. Dames would check-fold to Nassif's 100,000 bet on the flop.
Hand #121: Matthew Humphrey and Matthew Dames got it in preflop with Dames at risk for his last 300,000.
Dames doubled up on the board and the two swapped stacks.
Hand #122: Brandon Paster received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #123: Marcel Vonk raised to 80,000 from the button and Paster in the small blind as well as Gabriel Nassif in the big blind proceeded to the flop. All three players checked and Paster then won the pot with a bet of 200,000 on the turn.
Hand #124: Nassif limped from the small blind, Humphrey raised to 120,000 and Nassif called. Both checked the flop, Humphrey then moved all in for 165,000 after the turn. The Frenchman mucked his cards.
Hand #125: Paster raised to 90,000 and Nassif reraised the pot, being at risk for his last 330,000. Paster folded a nice hi-low hand.
Hand #120: Brandon Paster opened for 85,000 and Millard Hale re-raised the pot making it a total of 315,000. It was folded back to Paster who re-raised enough to set Hale all in. Hale snap-called and the hands were turned face up:
Hale was in the lead but that would change quickly on the flop as Paster flopped trips with the nut flush draw. The turn was the and Hale would need to hit the or to stay alive. The river was the and Paster's hand would hold up eliminating Hale in sixth place.
Hand #116: Matt Dames raised it to 120,000 and picked up the blinds when everyone folded.
Hand #117: Marcel Vonk opened to 80,000 from the button and Millard Hale called from the big blind. Hale would check-fold to Vonk's 180,000 chip bet on the flop.
Hand #118: Brandon Paster opened to 85,000 from the button and would win the blinds when everyone folded.
Hand #119: Gabriel Nassif opened to 120,000 from the small blind, Matthew Humphrey made it 360,000 to go from the big blind and Nassif folded his hand.