Hand #121- Allen Cunningham gets a walk in the big blind.
Hand #122- Jaspal Brar gets a walk in the big blind.
Hand #123- Brar called in the small blind, and Anthony Harb checked his option. The flop came , and Brar check folded when Harb fired 48,000.
Hand #124- Brar made it 50,000, and he took the blinds.
Hand #125- The same thing happened. Brar made it 50,000, and the blinds folded.
Hand #126- Lev Rofman bet 50,000 from the button, and Ken Shelton moved all in for his last 174,000 from the small blind. It got back to Rofman, and he called.
Shelton was in great shape, but that changed when the flop came . It was then that we found out that was the case ace, as both Cunningham and Anthony Harb said they folded an ace. Shelton put his backpack on, but he had to put it back down when the hit the turn. Shelton's rail erupted, and he let out a yell of his own as he sat back down. The meaningless river was the , and Shelton swecured the double up.