Hand #235: Ian Steinman raised to 200,000 from the button and Eric Baldwin called. They both checked through the on the flop and the on the turn to the on the river. Baldwin bet 300,000 and Steinman raised to 875,000. Baldwin checked how much the raise was. Baldwin sat back and took a sip of his water. He looked at the board again and then called. Steinman tabled for the rivered pair of aces.
"Good raise." Baldwin complimented Steinman.
Hand #236: Baldwin raised to 275,000 from the button and Steinman folded.
Hand #237: Baldwin got a walk.
Hand #238: Steinman got a walk this time.
Hand #239: Steinman raised to 200,000 and Baldwin called. Baldwin check-called the 175,000 bet on the flop. They both checked through the on the turn to the on the river. Baldwin bet 450,000 and Steinman backed down.
Hand #240: Steinman got a walk.
Hand #241: Steinman limped in and Baldwin opted to check. The flop came , Baldwin check-called the 100,000 bet of Steinman. The turn brought them the , Baldwin now check-raised to 600,000 when Steinman bet 200,000. Steinman called. The on the river completed the board. Baldwin counted out some chips and put in a bet of 1,060,000. Steinman asked how much it was and after considering it for about a minute or two, Steinman called.
"Straight," Baldwin announced and then showed for the rivered straight, indeed. Steinman mucked his hand