Hand #127: John Beauprez had the button. He raised to 85,000. Manig Loeser made it 220,000 and Beauprez threw it away.
Hand #128: Loeser cut out a button raise to 80,000 only to have Beauprez three-bet to 220,000. Loeser riffled chips for a moment before making it 450,000 to go. Beauprez replied by five-betting all in for about 1.9 million. Loeser folded his cards and Beauprez picked up the pot.
Hand #129: Beauprez had the button. He made it 80,000 to go. Loeser three-bet to 220,000 and Beauprez decided to stick around.
The duo saw a flop of come down and Loeser shot out 140,000. Beauprez cut out a raise to 315,000 and suddenly we had the biggest pot of heads up play brewing. Loeser called and we were off to the turn.
The fell and Loeser checked it on over. Beauprez tapped the table back and the completed the board. Loeser moved a stack of chips into the middle that totaled 390,000. Beauprez went into the tank.
"I'm going to be honest," said Beauprez after a moment. "I don't know what to do. Not at all."
Eventually, he decided to call the best. Loeser showed and Beauprez threw his hand into the muck. Loeser was pushed the pot and now has a significant chip lead.