Hand #130: Kevin Eyster receivied a walk.
Hand #131: Eyster raised to 165,000 on the button, Pierre Neuville defended his big blind, and the dealer fanned . Both players checked. The turn was the , Neuville led out for 215,000, and Eyster called.
The completed the board, the two players checked, and Neuville showed for effectively ten-high. Eyster had the best hand with for ace-high, and pulled in the pot.
Hand #132: Neuville took the pot with a raise on the button.
Hand #133: Neuville received a walk.
Hand #134: Neuville raised to 205,000 on the button, Eyster called, and the dealer fanned . Eyster checked, Neuville continued for 275,000, and Eyster called. The turn was the , both players checked, and the completed the board.
Eyster lead out for 360,000, and Neuville tank-called. Eyster showed for an eight-high straight, and Neuville held onto his cards for a good 20 seconds before mucking.
Hand #126: Pierre Neuville gave Kevin Eyster a walk.
Hand #127: Eyster raised to 165,000, Neuville called, and the two took a flop of . Neuville check-called a bet of 115,000, the turn was the , and Neuville led out for 250,000. Eyster called.
The river was the , Neuville immediately reached for chips, and the Belgian bet 575,000. Eyster folded.
Hand #128: Neuville tossed out raising chips, and before the dealer could count them Eyster folded.
Hand #129: Eyster had the button and raised to 165,000. Neuville reraised, making it 350,000 to go, and Eyster folded. The Belgian showed .
Hand #121: Kevin Eyster had the button, and raised to 165,000. Pierre Neuville folded.
Hand #122: Neuville raised to 175,000 on the button, Eyster defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Eyster checked, Neuville bet 250,000, and Eyster check-raised 625,000, and Neuville folded.
Hand #123: Neuville received a walk.
Hand #124: Neuville raised to 205,000 on the button, and Eyster folded.
Hand #125: Eyster limped in on the button, Neuville checked, and the two took a flop of . Neuville led out for 125,000, winning the pot.
The players are taking a quick break. Play will resume shortly.
Hand #120: Andrew Lichtenberger raised to 160,000 on the button, Kevin Eyster reraised to 360,000 out of the big blind, and Lichtenberger tank-called. The flop came down , Eyster led out for 300,000, and Lichtenberger tanked for well over a minute before calling.
The turn was the , and Eyster quickly checked. Lichtenberger checked behind. The river was the , Eyster instantly moved all in for effectively 620,000 - a pot-sized bet - and Lichtenberger returned to the tank.
He sat back in his chair, resting his head on his hand as he riffled chips with the other and studied both the board and Eyster. For the better part of three minutes, the only sound you could here in the Mothership was Lichtenberger's chips going up and down. Up and down. Up and down.
Finally, he called, and Eyster showed for queens and tens. Lichtenberger was forced to reveal for effectively ace-high, and his rail gave him a nice round of applause as he walked away from the final table area.