Brandon Shack-Harris raised on the button, and Jesse Martin and John Hennigan called out of the blinds.
Both players in the blinds check-called a bet from Shack-Harris on the first draw, and the trio all checked on the second. Shack-Harris broke his hand on the third, and Hennigan bet after Martin checked. Both of his opponents folded.
Brandon Shack-Harris raised to 240,000 from the button and then called when John Hennigan three-bet to 360,000 from the big blind. Hennigan drew one, Shack-Harris took three, and then the latter player called a bet of 120,000 from the former.
Hennigan stood pat, Shack-Harris drew two, and then Shack-Harris called a bet of 240,000. Hennigan stood pat once again and Shack-Harris drew one. Hennigan bet another 240,000, but this time Shack-Harris folded.
Brandon Shack-Harris brought it in with the , Martin completed, and Hennigan raised. Only Martin called. Hennigan led out on fourth and fifth street, Martin called then raised, and Hennigan called the raise on fifth.
Hennigan slowed down, check-calling bets on sixth and seventh, then mucked when martin revealed for kings and sevens.
John Hennigan raised to 240,000 on the button and Jesse Martin called from the big blind. Martin checked the flop, Hennigan bet 120,000, and Martin check-raised to 240,000. Hennigan called and then raised to 480,000 after Martin bet 240,000 on the turn. Martin called and then check-called a bet of 240,000 on the river.
Hennigan flashed the for a missed straight draw, and Martin won the pot with the for two pair.
Brandon Shack-Harris raised with his and then called when Jesse Martin three-bet with a . Shack-Harris then bet fourth, Martin called, and the action repeated itself on every subsequent street.
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Shack-Harris tabled a 10-6-5-3-2 low and Martin mucked.
In the next hand, John Hennigan completed with a and then called when Shack-Harris raised with his . Hennigan then called a bet on fourth before betting when Shack-Harris checked fifth. Shack-Harris called and then called bets on sixth and seventh.
Hennigan has a Q-10-5-6-2 low, but it was no good as Shack-Harris had a J-9-8-7-5 low.
John Hennigan completed from the small blind, Brandon Shack-Harris checked in the big blind, and the flop fell . Hennigan led out, Shack-Harris called, and the turn was the . Hennigan bet, and won the pot.
Hennigan raised on the button, Jesse Martin defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned . Martin check-raised Hennigan, who called, and the turn was the . Martin led out, Hennigan called, and the river was the .
Martin led out again, and Hennigan folded.
On the final hand of Omaha eight-or-better, Shack-Harris raised on the button and Hennigan defended. Hennigan check-called a bet on a flop of , the turn was the , and Hennigan check-folded to a bet.
Brandon Shack-Harris raised to 240,000 from the button and Jesse Martin and John Hennigan called from the small and big blinds respectively. Two checks on the flop saw Shack-Harris bet 120,000, Martin folded, and Hennigan check-raised to 240,000. Shack-Harris called and then both players checked the turn. Hennigan checked once again on the turn and then called a bet of 240,000 from Shack-Harris.
Hennigan held the for two pair, which was good for the high, while Shack-Harris had the low with the . Chop it up.
Since returning, the action has been very slow. Very few flops were seen during no-limit hold'em, and only two hands reached fourth street in stud. The remaining three players are now in Omaha eight-or-better.