Hand #61: Dan Heimiller raised to 250,000 and folded when David Smith moved all in once again.
Hand #62: Donald Maas limped from the small blind and Heimiller raised to 300,000 one seat over. Maas called and then folded after the flop when Heimiller made it 400,000 to go.
Hand #63: Maas limped again, this time from the button. Heimiller raised to 350,000 and only Maas called to see the flop. Heimiller checked and Maas won the pot with a bet of 350,000.
Hand #64: Raise and take it for Heimiller.
Hand #65: Maas limped, Heimiller raised to 250,000 and Maas called. On the flop, Maas check-raised from 250,000 to 500,000 and Heimiller called. Maas bet 500,000 after the turn but mucked his cards when Heimiller min-raised to 1 million.
Hand #45: Anthony Wise moved all in. Dennis Phillips showed and folded.
Hand #46: Phillips in the small blind limped and Donald Maas checked his option. The flop was . Phillips bet 80,000 and Maas called. The turn was the and a check from Phillips saw Maas bet and Phillips let it go. Maas showed for the straight.
Hand #47: David Smith opened for 230,000 and got it through.
Hand #48: Smith made it 230,000 and yet again no one wanted to tangle with him.
Hand #49: Wise move all in again and again was unopposed taking down the blinds and antes.
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