Hand #21: Mike Watson opened to 75,000 from the button and Jared Jaffee flatted. The flop came and Jaffee check-called a bet of 80,000 to see the turn come . Both players tapped the table, as they did on the river. First to turn over usually wins in this spot, and sure enough Watson tabled his for the winner.
Hand #22: Jaffee opened to 70,000 when the button passed to him, and Watson called to see the flop. Watson's check elicited a bet of 85,000 from Jaffee, a wager which Watson flatted to peel the on the turn. Both players slowed down by checking the scare card and the river produced the . Once again Watson tapped the table, but he winced a bit when Jaffee checked behind before tabling for runner-runner two pair.
Hand #23: Watson made it 75,000 to go and Jaffee flatted to take the flop. Both players checked and the turn came , with Jaffee firing out for 110,000 on fourth street. Watson paused for a moment or two before making the call, and both players checked the river. Jaffee rolled over for no pair and king high, while Watson tabled for two pair and the winner.