|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
The players are taking another 20 minute breather.
Hand #155- Daniel Cascado made it 160,000 from the button, and Corey Harrison called. The flop came down , and both players checked. The turn was the , and after Harrison checked again, Cascado fired out 185,000. Harrison folded, and Cascado took the pot down.
Hand #156- Harrison raised it up to 170,000 from the small blind, and Cascado cut out raising chips. He then put in a bet of 345,000, and it was back to Harrison. He folded his hand, and Cascado took down another.
Hand #157- Harrison made it 180,000 to go from the button, and he took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #158- Cascado raised to 160,000, and Harrison three bet it to 360,000. It got back to Cascado, and he kicked his hand in.
Hand #159- Dicarlo moved all in first to act, and he took down the blinds and antes.
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Hand #150: Dicarlo folded on the button. Herrison folded the small blind and Cascado got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #151: Harrison raised to 170,000 from the button. Cascado and Dicarlo folded the blinds. Dicarlo mucked his face up, awarding the pot to Harrison.
Hand #152: Cascado raised to 160,000 from the button. Dicarlo moved all in from the small blind. Both Harrison and Cascado folded their hands and Dicarlo scooped the pot.
Hand #153: Cascado received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #154: Cascado was able to pick up the blinds and antes with a raise from the small blind.
Hand #146- Salvatore Dicarlo moved all in with his short stack, and Corey Harrison made the call from the big blind.
Harrison was looking for help on the flop, but he got the exact opposite of that, as the flop came . Dicarlo's rail erupted, as Harrison could now only win the hand with running diamonds. That didn't happen though, as the hit the turn. The meaningless river was the , and Dicarlo got his double up to 500,000.
Hand #147- Daniel Cascado got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #148- Cascado moved all in from the small blind, having Dicarlo easily covered, and Dicarlo folded his hand.
Hand #149- Cascado raised to 160,000, and Dicarlo moved all in. Cascado made the call.
Dicarlo was in great shape to double up, and while the flop, , kept him out in front, it did give Cascado straight draw outs to chop. The on the turn meant that Dicarlo could not be eliminated, and the on the river was a bit of a needle for Cascado. Dicarlo secured another double up, and he is back to a million chips.
Hand #144: Harrison raised to 175,000 from the small blind. Cascado folded his big and Harrison was awarded the pot.
Hand #145: Harrison raised to 175,000 from the button. Action folded to Dicarlo in the big blind who moved all in. Harrison threw his hands over his head, but then made the call after thinking about it for a bit.
The flop came down , keeping Harrison in the lead. The on the turn was no help to Dicarlo. It was the on the river and that sealed the deal for Harrison who earned a double up through Dicarlo.
Hand 139- Daniel Cascado limped in from the small blind, and Salvatore Dicarlo checked his option. The flop came , and Cascado made it 90,000. Dicarlo came along to see the hit the turn, and Cascado fired again, this time for 155,000. Dicarlo folded, and Cascado picked up the pot.
Hand 140- Dicarlo limped in from the small blind, and Corey Harrison checked from the big blind. The flop brought , and Dicarlo fired out 90,000. Harrison made the call, and the turn was the . Both players quickly checked, and the hit the river. Dicarlo bet out 175,000, and Harrison called. Dicarlo showed for two pair, and Harrison mucked his hand.
Hand 141- Cascado took a walk from the big blind.
Hand 142- Cascado made it 175,000 from the small blind, and Dicarlo folded, giving Cascado the blinds and antes.
Hand 143- Cascado raised it up to 160,000 from the button, and Dicarlo made it 350,000 to go. Harrison folded, and it was back to Cascado. He folded as well, and Dicarlo took down the pot.