Hand #146- Salvatore Dicarlo moved all in with his short stack, and Corey Harrison made the call from the big blind.
Harrison was looking for help on the flop, but he got the exact opposite of that, as the flop came . Dicarlo's rail erupted, as Harrison could now only win the hand with running diamonds. That didn't happen though, as the hit the turn. The meaningless river was the , and Dicarlo got his double up to 500,000.
Hand #147- Daniel Cascado got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #148- Cascado moved all in from the small blind, having Dicarlo easily covered, and Dicarlo folded his hand.
Hand #149- Cascado raised to 160,000, and Dicarlo moved all in. Cascado made the call.
Dicarlo was in great shape to double up, and while the flop, , kept him out in front, it did give Cascado straight draw outs to chop. The on the turn meant that Dicarlo could not be eliminated, and the on the river was a bit of a needle for Cascado. Dicarlo secured another double up, and he is back to a million chips.