|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Michael McKenna opened for 300,000 and called the shove of Chris Lee, who had 445,000.
The board ran out , so Lee doubled with three aces.
"You doubled from last place to last place," one of his friends needled from the rail.
Michael McKenna limped in the small blind and Chris Lee raised to 240,000 in the big blind. McKenna called and potted the flop.
Lee had just 475,000 behind but he thought out his decision before folding as the blinds increased.
Marco Johnson called from middle position and Chad Power potted to 320,000 in the small blind. Johnson reraised to set Power in for 650,000 and he called with . Johnson had .
The board ran out , so aces and queens for Power were good for a double.
Phil Galfond raised to 200,000. "Is that a million in orange?" Michael McKenna asked in the big blind. Galfond confirmed.
"That's pretty strong," he said before calling.
McKenna check-called a bet of 250,000 on the flop, and the turn was the . McKenna check-folded to a bet of 700,000.
David Baker potted under the gun and Phil Galfond repotted on his left. Baker said he was all in, for 570,000 or so, and Galfond called, showing . Baker had .
The board ran out , no help to Baker.
"The Phil Galfond special," someone said.
Apparently, Galfond has been dealt three aces three times in the past few hours.
Chris Lee raised to 280,000 and Ali Abduljabbar moved all in. Lee called for his last 600,000.
"Where do you guys keep getting these hands from?" asked Michael McKenna.
The board ran out , giving Lee a full house. There was no low and he scooped a double-up.
Marco Johnson potted second to act and got called by Michael McKenna before Chad Power repotted on the button for about 1 million. Johnson stuck in his stack of 1.1 million and McKenna folded.
Power asked for red cards but the flop brought none and the turn gave Johnson a six-high straight with the same low. The river changed nothing and Johnson dragged three-quarters.