Hand #49: Jared Jaffee went for a walk in the big blind.
Hand #50: Jaffee opened to 90,000 holding the button and Mike Watson laid down.
Hand #51: Watson opened for 80,000, Jaffee flatted, and the flop fell . Jaffee then check-raised Watson's 90,000 c-bet, making it 260,000 to play to force the fold.
Hand #52: Jaffee opened to 90,000 and Watson called, with the flop coming . Both players tapped the table and the turn came . A wager of 100,000 by Watson was enough to earn the pot.
Hand #53: Jaffee received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #54: Watson did the same.
Hand #55: Watson opened to 80,000 and Jaffee quickly surrendered his big blind.
Hand #42: Mike Watson received a walk.
Hand #43: Watson raised to 80,000 on the button and Jared Jaffee three-bet to 225,000 from the big blind. Watson folded.
Hand #44: Jaffee raised to 90,000 on the button, Watson three-bet shoved for roughly 980,000 and Watson folded.
Hand #45: Watson limped his button, Jaffee checked and they checked to the turn of a board where Jaffee bet 50,000. Watson called, the river completed the board and Jafee bet 100,000. Watson folded and Jaffee collected the pot.
Hand #46: Jaffee raised to 90,000 on the button and won the pot.
Hand #47: Watson limped on the button, Jaffee checked and the flop came down . Jaffee check-called 50,000 from Watson to see the on the turn, which both checked. The river fell and Jaffee bet 75,000. Watson called and upon seeing Jaffee table for two pair, Watson showed for a flush to win the pot.
Hand #48: Jaffee raised to 90,000 on the button and took it down.
Hand #37: Jared Jaffee received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #38: Jaffee opened to 90,000 holding the button and Mike Watson called to take the flop. Watson then check-folded to Jaffee's 120,000 c-bet.
Hand #39: Watson opened to 80,000 but quickly relinquished when Jaffee three-bet to 220,000.
Hand #40: Jaffee opened to 90,000 and took down the pot without a contest.
Hand #41: Watson opened to 80,000 and Jaffee flatted, with the flop falling . Both players checked and the turn came , prompting a feeler bet of 125,000 from Jaffee. That forced Watson off the hand, and the fifth consecutive pot was pushed to Jaffee.
Hand #31: Mike Watson raised to 80,000 on the button and won the pot.
Hand #32: Watson received a walk.
Hand #33: Watson raised to 80,000 on the button and Jaffee called.
The flop fell and Jaffee checked to Watson who contunied for 90,000. Jaffee check-raised to 190,000 and forced a fold from Watson.
Hand #34: Jaffee raised to 90,000 on the button and received no action.
Hand #35: Watson raised to 80,000 on the button and Jaffee called.
The flop came down down and Jaffee checked to Watson who bet 90,000. Jaffee called, the hit the turn, and both checked to see the river. Both checked again and Jaffee took it down with for a pair of sixes.
Hand #36: Jaffee raised to 90,000 on the button and Watson called. They checked to turn of a board where Watson bet 100,000. Jaffee called, the river completed the board and Watson bet 250,000. Jaffee leaned back in his chair and shuffled his chips for a bit. After confirming the amount with the dealer, Jaffee called.
Watson tabled for a flush, Jaffee mucked and Watson collected the pot.
Hand #28: Jared Jaffee opened to 75,000 holding the button, Mike Watson flatted, and the flop came . Watson checked, Jaffee bet 100,000, and Watson smooth called. On the turn, Watson tapped the table for a second time, and Jaffee continued his line by firing a second barrel, this time for 215,000. After thirty seconds of thought, Watson committed the calling chips to bring to the board the on the river.
Jaffee then led out for a 315,000 wager and Watson finally relented, a look of frustration spreading across his face as he sent his cards into the muck.
Hand #29: Watson opened to 65,000 and Jaffee flatted, with the flop coming . Jaffee and Watson checked and the turn came . Jaffee led out for 75,000 on fourth street and Watson stared straight ahead for a few moments before tossing in the call. On the river both players checked, and Watson's was best over Jaffee's .
Hand #30: Jaffee opened to 75,000, Watson defended, and the flop came . Two checks brought the to the board, and both players checked once again to see the fall on the river. Watson checked for a third time and Jaffee seized the initiative with a bet of 115,000 to win the pot.