Hand #185: Noah Schwartz opened for 100,000 on the button and Josh Pollock called from the big. Both players checked the flop as well as the turn and river. Pollock tabled a pair of fours in the hole for two pair, which was good enough to win the hand.
Hand #186: Pollock opened for 100,000 and Schwartz folded.
Hand #187: Schwartz raised to 150,000, Pollock called and the flop came the . Schwartz bet 150,000 and Pollock promptly folded.
Hand #188: Pollock limped, Schwartz checked his option and the flop fell . Schwartz checked and then folded when Pollock bet.
Hand #189: Schwartz raised to 125,000 from the button only to have Pollock pot it to 375,000. Schwartz made the call and the was run out on the flop. It went check-check to the turn, and both players repeated the action to see the river. Pollock checked, Schwartz bet 400,000 and Pollock folded while saying, "I believe you."
Hand #190: Pollock limped the button, Schwartz checked his option and the flop fell . Schwartz checked, Pollock bet 50,000 and Schwartz check-raised to 200,000. Pollock folded.
Hand #191: Schwartz limped and Pollock checked his option. Pollock then check-folded to a bet on the flop.
Hand #192: Schwartz raised to 100,000 on the button and won the hand.
Hand #193: Schwartz raised to what appeared to be 120,000, Pollock called and then both players checked the flop. They did the same on the turn and river, and Schwartz showed for a straight and the win.
Hand #193: Pollock limped, Schwartz said go and the flop fell , which both players checked. They did the same on the turn and river, and Schwartz won with a straight.
Hand #194: Schwartz called from the button, Pollock checked his option and the flop came down . Pollock checked and then folded when Schwartz bet 100,000.
Hand #195: Pollock raised to 100,000, Schwartz called and the flop fell . Schwartz checked, Pollock bet 150,000 and Schwartz raised. Pollock moved in and Schwartz called what little more it cost him.
The turn kept Pollock in the lead, and the river gave him the double. That was the last hand before the break, so we'll bring you exact counts in just a moment.