Hand #68: Stout folded on the button and Finger got a walk.
Hand #69: Finger folded on the button and Stout got a walk.
Hand #70: Stout raised to 100,000 and Finger folded.
Hand #71: Finger raised to 100,000 and Stout folded.
Hand #72: Stout raised to 100,000 from the button and was called by Finger. On the flop both players checked. On the turn, Finger bet 150,000 into Stout who called. The river was the and Finger bet 375,000 into Stout who called again. Finger showed for a full house and it was good enough to scoop the pot.
Hand #66: Matt Stout raised to 100,000 from the button and he was called by Martin Finger. On the flop Finger checked to Stout who bet another 100,000. Finger woke up with a check raise to 250,000 and Stout folded.
Hand #67: Finger opened to 100,000 on the button. On the flop, Stouch check called a 100,000 chip bet from Finger. The turn was the and both players checked to the on the river. Stout bet 240,000 and he received a call from Finger. Finger showed for a pair of sevens and it was good enough to take down the pot.
Hand #64: Stout raised to 80,000 before the flop and drew a call from Finger. On the flop Finger check called a bet of 90,000 from Stout. The turn was the and Finger checked again, only to fold to a bet of 245,000 from Stout.
Hand #65: Martin Finger opened to 80,000 on the button. Matt Stout three bet to 215,000 from the big blind. Finger attempted to make a reraise to 350,000, but it wasn't enough and he was forced to complete the raise to 415,000. Stout moved in a stack of chips worth over 600,000 and Finger folded without ever finding out the exact count of the raise.
Hand #63: Finger raised on the button to 80,000. Stout called and the two players took a flop of . Stout checked called a bet of 85,000 from Finger. On the turn, Stout checked called a 250,000 chip bet from finger. The river was the and Stout checked again. Finger bet out 675,000 but it was too much for Stout who folded.
Hand #62: Stout raised to 80,000 on the button and Finger called from the big blind. On the flop, Finger checked as did Stout. The turn was the and Finger bet out 150,000. Stout called. The river was the and Finger bet again, this time for 465,000. Stout called, but mucked when Finger showed for the nut flush.
Hand #58: Matt Stout raised to 90,000 from the button. Matt Berkey reraised to 275,000 from the small blind. Martin Finger folded. Stout moved all in, and Berkey quickly called.
The flop came out putting Stout immediately in the lead. Many in the crowd thought the on the turn was the out Berkey needed at first glance, but quickly realized he was still seeking a nine to stay alive. Unfortunately for him the wasn't what he needed and he hit the rail in third place, taking with him the one of the largest and loudest rails of the series so far.
The buzz inside the walls of the Rio extends beyond just the tournaments on the 2013 World Series of Poker schedule. Online poker in Nevada is a very, very hot topic right now, and WSOP.com is making a lot of noise.
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