|Blinds||15,000 / 30,000|
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Hand #121: Noah Schwartz got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #122: James Park raised to 60,000 from the cutoff and Noah Schwartz three-bet to 210,000 from the small blind. Park thought for about 30 seconds before folding.
Hand #123: Noah Schwartz made it 90,000 from the button and KT Park folded his big blind.
Hand #124: Noah Schwartz raised it to 80,000 from the cutoff and Shawn Silber called from the button. Both players checked the flop, the turned and Schwartz bet 105,000. Silber folded.
Hand #125: Noah Schwartz raised to 80,000 under the gun and took down the pot.
Hand #126: Noah Schwartz got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #127: Shawn Silber got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #128: Noah Schwartz made it 80,000 from the button and took down the blinds.
Hand #129: Shaun Silber made it 80,000 on the button. James Park then made it 255,000 from the big blind, Silber called and the flop fell . James moved all in for his last 185,000 and Silber snap-called.
The turn and river were kind to James as it allowed his aces to hold for the double.
We'll have a full round of counts for you soon as that was the last hand before the dinner break.
Hand #119: Shawn Silber made it 105,000, and everyone folded.
Hand #120: Noah Schwartz made it 75,000, and KT Park moved all in from the big blind.
The board ran out , and Park's kings held up. He doubled up to around 330,000.
Hand #121: Silber raised to 105,000 on the button, and both blinds folded.
Hand #122: Schwartz raised to 75,000, and Silber potted to 270,000. Schwartz reraised all in, and Silber called.
A board of brought nothing for Schwartz to overtake the queens, and he provided another double for an opponent.
Hand #115: James Park bet the pot (105,000) from the cutoff and won the pot.
Hand #116: Noah Schwartz raised the button and took down the pot.
Hand #117: Noah Schwartz raised the cutoff and took down the pot. That hand pushed Schwartz up to about three million with 4.6 in play.
Hand #118: Noah Schwartz opened for 80,000 under the gun, James Park called from the small blind and it was heads-up action to the flop. James bet all in for 200,000, Schwartz called and the cards were tabled.
The was put out on the turn followed by the river, and James doubled with a straight.
Hand #111: Noah Schwartz raised to 70,000 from the button. KT Park potted to 225,000 from the big blind. Schwartz made the call. The flop came , and Park checked. Schwartz put Park all in, and Park folded.
Hand #112: Schwartz raised from the cutoff, and Shawn Silber called from the button. James Park made the call in the big blind. Three hearts flopped: . Everyone checked. Another round of checks occurred after the turn. An river finally led to a bet, 75,000 from Schwartz. James called, and Schwartz showed for a flush.
Hand #113: Schwartz made it 65,000, and Silber called him. They saw a flop of heads up. Schwartz's 75,000 bet was called. Both checked the turn and river. Schwartz's was good for two pair and the pot.
Hand #114: Silber raised to 75,000, and Schwartz defended his big blind. Schwartz then checked dark on the flop. Silber bet 100,000, and Schwartz called. An fell on the turn, and Schwartz bet out 300,000. Silber tanked for about a minute before calling. The river brought a , completing a four-straight, and Schwartz bet the pot. Silber folded immediately.
Hand #106: Noah Schwartz raised to 65,000 from the button and KT Park potted from the big blind. Schwartz repotted and Park got in for a total of 220,000.
Park was well out in front and stayed there as the board ran out .
Hand #107: Josh Pollock opened for 60,000 and James Park called from the big blind. James checked the flop, as did Pollock, and the dealer burned and turned the . James bet 50,000 and Pollock folded.
Hand #108: Shawn Silber raised to 60,000 and took down the blinds.
Hand #109: Shawn Silber raised to 60,000 under the gun and took down the blinds.
Hand #110: James Park raised to 60,000 and Shawn Silber defended from the big blind. Silber checked the flop and then called when James bet 60,000. The turn saw Silber led out for 125,000, James called and then both players checked the river. Silber showed for two pair and won the pot.
Hand #103: Noah Schwartz raised to 75,000. Nobody called him.
Hand #104: Schwartz raised to 120,000 after a couple of limps, and Shawn Silber and Josh Pollock called him. Pollock checked the flop, and Schwartz potted it. His opponents folded immediately, and Schwartz showed a wrap with a flush draw.
Hand #105: James Park raised to 60,000, and Schwartz and Silber called from the blinds. Everyone checked the flop. A turn brought out a 75,000 bet from Schwartz, and two folds from his opponent.
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