|Blinds||40,000 / 80,000|
Hand #76: Jared Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button and Mike Watson called from the big blind.
Watson checked the flop and Jaffee continued for 160,000. Watson called, the hit the turn and Watson checked. Jaffee bet 310,000 and Jaffee collected the pot.
Hand #77: Watson raised to 150,000 on the button and received no action from Jaffee.
Hand #78: Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button and Watson called.
They checked to the turn of a board where Watson bet 150,000. Jaffee called, the river completed the board and both players checked. Watson showed , Jaffee tabled and they chopped up the pot.
Hand #79: Watson raised to 150,000 on the button and Jaffee called.
The flop fell and Jaffee checked to Watson who bet 160,000. Jaffee check-raised to 405,000, Watson called, and the landed on the turn. Jaffee fired 780,000, Watson slid in calling chips after about 30 seconds and the river completed the board. Jaffee shoved for 1.885 million and Watson quickly folded.
The players are in the midst of a 10-minute break.
Hand #71: Mike Watson opened to 125,000 and Jared Jaffee flatted. The flop came down and both players tapped the table to bring the to the board on the turn. Jaffee then check-folded to Watson's 150,000 wager.
Hand #72: Watson went for a walk in the big blind.
Hand #73: Watson opened for 125,000, Jaffee flatted, and the flop fell . Jaffee checked to Watson, who obliged with a bet of 130,000, but Jaffee popped it to 290,000 to force the fold.
Hand #74: Jaffee opened to 125,000, Watson flatted, and the two saw the flop come down . Watson then check-called a bet of 165,000 to peel the on the turn. Watson checked a second time and then called when Jaffee continued for 320,000. On the river Watson checked for a third time, and then looked Jaffee up after the latter fired away for 610,000.
Watson's turned two pair was the winner and Jaffee's bottom pair bluff was busted.
Hand #66: Jared Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button and Mike Watson called from the big blind. They checked to the river of a board where Jaffee bet 140,000. Watson folded and Jaffee picked up the pot.
Hand #67: Watson limped his button and Jaffee checked his option. They checked to the turn of a board where Watson took down the pot with a bet of 60,000.
Hand #68: Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button, Watson three-bet shoved for about 1.14 mllion and Jaffee folded.
Hand #69: Jaffee received a walk.
Hand #70: Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button and Watson three-bet all in for 1.255 million. Jaffee confirmed the amount before he called.
A chop was likely, but the flop fell . Watson still led, while Jaffee picked up a wheel draw. The turn added some chop outs, but the river gave Watson the double up as his six kicker played.
Hand #62: Jared Jaffee opened to 125,000 and Mike Watson laid down.
Hand #63: Watson opened to 100,000 and Jaffee flatted, with the flop falling . Two checks later and the turn came , followed by a 130,000 feeler bet from Jaffee. Watson elected to see the river and called to take the , but he folded in the face of Jaffee's 240,000 bet.
Hand #64: Jaffee opened to 125,000 and scared Watson off.
Hand #65: Watson opened to 100,000, Jaffee flatted, and the flop came . Both players tapped the table, as they did on the turn and the river. Watson rolled over for king-queen high, which had Jaffee's beat.
Hand #57: Mike Watson raised to 100,000 on the button, Jared Jaffee three-bet to 240,000 from the big blind and Watson called to see a flop. Jaffee continued for 220,000 and Watson gave it up.
Hand #58: Watson received a walk.
Hand #59: Watson raised to 100,000 on the button and Jaffee folded his big blind.
Hand #60: Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button and Watson called.
The flop came down and Watson checked to Jaffee, who bet 140,000. Watson folded, giving Jaffee the pot.
Hand #61: Jaffee received a walk and showed .
Hand #56: Jared Jaffee raised to 125,000 on the button and Mike Watson called from the big blind.
The flop came down and Watson checked to Jaffee who bet 175,000. Watson check-raised all in for 780,000 and after a few moments Jaffee called.
Jaffee was drawing very slim and found no help from the turn or river, locking up the double for Watson.