Hand #54: After having missed the last three hands for a bathroom break, Chris Lindh raced back in time to be in his seat for this one, and after checking his cards open-raised to 340,000 from middle position, earning him the blinds and antes.
Hand #55: Lindh again opened the action, this time raising to 340,000 from under the gun, and won again.
Hand #56: Marc McLaughlin raised to 325,000 from the button and Lindh defended his big blind with a call. The flop came . Lindh checked, McLaughlin bet 410,000, and Lindh called. The turn brought the and Lindh rapped the table lightly with his knuckles to check. McLaughlin paused just a beat, and checked as well.
The fell on the river. Lindh carved out chips from his stack, pushed out a bet of 1.1 million, and McLaughlin quickly folded.