Hands #128-136: Xu Doubles Up; Ivers Takes Over Chip Lead
Hand #128: Joseph Cheong raised to 2,500,000 from the button and David Ivers called in the big blind. The flop came , Ivers check-called the 2,000,000 continuation-bet of Cheong. The turn was the , now Ivers check-folded to the 7,000,000 bet of Cheong.
Hand #129: Ivers completed the small blind and Cheong raised to 4,700,000 which was enough to make Ivers fold.
Hand #130: Ivers raised to 2,500,000 on the button and Cheong called in the small blind. They both checked through the whole [qcjdd6s2d] board for Cheong to win the hand with .
Hand #131: Zinan Xu shoved on the button to pick up the blinds and ante.
Hand #132: Ivers called in the small blind and Cheong opted to check but folded when Ivers bet on the flop.
Hand #133: Cheong shoved in the small blind and Xu snap-called in the big blind.
The board ran out for Xu to find a pair of aces on the flop to stay alive.
Hand #134: Cheong raised to 2,500,000 on the button and Xu responded with a three-bet to 8,000,000 in the small blind for both Ivers and Cheong to give up.
Hand #135: Xu raised to 2,600,000 on the button to make the rest fold.
Hand #136: Ivers raised to 2,500,000 from the button and Cheong called in the small blind. The flop came , Cheong check-called the 1,500,000 bet of Ivers. The turn was the , Cheong now called the 4,800,000 continuation-bet of Ivers. The river completed the board with the . Cheong checked for the last time. IVers barreled a bet of 12,000,000 over the line. Cheong confirmed the amount and then made the call but mucked his hand when Ivers tabled for the full house.