Hand #31: Jake Schindler limped from the button, David Peters completed out of the small blind, and Shawn Buchanan checked his option from the big blind to see the flop. Peters and Buchanan checked to Schindler who fired 80,000, earning a call from Peters and a fold from Buchanan.
The turn was checked through and Peters checked the river as well. Schindler reached to his stack and slid forward a 180,000 bet. Peters paused for over a minute and then finally decided to fold.
Hand #32: Second to act, Eric Blair made it 90,000 and only big blind David Laka called. Laka led out 85,000 when the flop landed and Blair matched the price.
They continued to the turn where Laka slowed down, checking. Blair fired 260,000 and Laka quickly folded.
Hand #33: Blair raised to 90,000 again and earned three callers: Schindler (hijack), Peters (cutoff), and John Amato (big blind). The flop was checked and they went four-way to the turn. Amato led out 185,000 and all remaining players gave up.
Hand #34: Laka raised to 80,000 on the button and Blair defended his big. Blair check-called 70,000 on the flop before both players tapped the turn and river. Blair showed and Laka mucked.