Hand #29: Tobias Reinkemeier raised to 350,000 from early position. Daniel Negreanu made the call from the hijack seat, and the flop came down . Reinkemeier bet 400,000, and Negreanu folded.
Hand #30: Scott Seiver raised to 365,000 on the button. Sam Trickett made the call out of the big blind, and the flop was . After both players checked, the hit the turn. Trickett led for 400,000, and Seiver called to see the put a fourth diamond on board on the river. Both players checked.
Trickett showed the , but it was Seiver's straight with the that would win the hand.
Hand #31: Daniel Negreanu raised to 360,000 from early position. Sam Trickett reraised to 800,000 out of the small blind, and action moved back to Negreanu. He called, and the flop came down . Trickett was first and checked. Negreanu checked behind.
The turn was the , and Trickett bet 1.2 million. Negreanu called, and the pot swelled to 4.32 million in chips before the dealer completed the board with the . Trickett moved all in, and Negreanu immediately asked for a count from the dealer. He was informed the shove was for 3.865 million. According to the stat tracker screen, Negreanu had 3.915 million left in his stack at the time of Trickett's shove, so calling would mean putting nearly all of his chips at risk.
After about a minute, Negreanu called, and Trickett tabled the for two pair, aces and nines. Negreanu had him beat, though, as he showed the for trip nines to win the pot and sent Trickett out the door in 15th place.