Hand #85: Carl Shaw shoved on the button and Tony Dunst tanked for a while and then called for the 2,910,000 he had behind.
The flop came for Dunst to hit top pair and Shaw two pair.
The turn was the which didn't change things but the on the river meant that Shaw's two pair got counterfeited and Dunst's eight-kicker came into play to give him the upper hand and double him up.
Hand #86: Dunst called on the button and Shaw opted to check. The flop came , Shaw check-called the 250,000 bet of Dunst. They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Shaw checked for the last time and Dunst bet 450,000 which was enough to get Shaw to fold.
Hand #87: Shaw shoved on the button and got no action.
Hand #88: Dunst called on the button and Shaw opted to check. The flop came , Shaw check-called the 250,000 bet but check-folded to the 700,000 continuation-bet of Dunst on the on the turn.