Hand #102: Jake Schindler limped in on the button with and Ben Tollerene raised it up to 280,000 in the big blind holding . Schindler called and the flop came . Tollerene led out for 200,000 after flopping top pair and Schindler called with just ace-high.
The paired the board on the turn and Tollerene checked this time. Schindler fired in a bet of 200,000 and Tollerene stuck around to see the on the river. Tollerene checked one more time and Schindler blasted all in, putting Tollerene at risk for his last 1,230,000. Tollerene took a moment before calling with his two pair and took over the chip lead when all was said and done.
Hand #103: Tollerene just called on the button with and Schindler raised to 400,000 with . Tollerene let his hand go to avoid another big collision.
Hand #104: Schindler limped in with and Tollerene checked his option with . The dealer fanned the flop of and both players checked to the on the turn. Tollerene checked again and Schindler fired 70,000 after making a pair. Tollerene called and another deuce hit the river. Tollerene checked for the third time and Schindler splashed in an overbet of 425,000. Tollerene elected to fold and Schindler dragged in the pot.
The blinds increased to 40,000/80,000 with an 80,000 big blind ante.
Hand #105: Tollerene just called with and Schindler bumped it up to 420,000, which got an instant fold from Tollerene.
Hand #106: Schindler stuck to the strategy of limping on the button with and Tollerene raised to 320,000 holding . Schindler tossed his cards to the muck as Tollerene earned the pot.