Hand #82: The action folded around to Keven Stammen in the small blind, and he opened to 275,000 to fold Tony Dunst in the big blind.
Hand #83: Byron Kaverman opened for 210,000 in the cutoff, Keven Stammen flatted from the button, and Tony Dunst three-bet jammed for exactly 2 million. The pressure play worked and both Kaverman and Stammen released without much deliberation.
Hand #84: Dunst open shoved from the button for just under 2.6 million, and Ryan D'Angelo quickly made the call from the small blind.
Dunst had jammed for 13 big blinds effective, and D'Angelo had found a king-high hand to make his stand with, and both players prepared for the dealer and the deck to decide their fate.
D'Angelo paired his king to take a huge lead in the hand, but you know what they say about a sweat...
Dunst paired up as well to make the river meaningful, but the changed nothing, shipping a much needed double to D'Angelo in the next seat over.