Hand #21: Alex Rocha raised to 40,000 from mid-position and everyone folded.
Hand #22: Thomas Boivin completed from the small blind, Phachara Wongwichit raised to 70,000 in the big blind, and Boivin folded.
Hand #23: Boivin raised to 46,000 from the button. Both Wongwichit in the small blind and Alex Rocha in the big blind called. The flop came and Wongwichit and Rocha both check-folded on the 75,000 bet of Boivin.
Hand #24: Steve Foutty raised to 45,000 from the under-the-gun position. Both Ben Maya in the hijack and Tim West in the big blind called. The flop came , West checked, Foutty opened to 80,000, Maya called, and West folded. The turn brought them the and Foutty check-called the 105,000 bet of Maya. The on the river completed the board and Foutty check-called the 150,000 bet of Maya. Maya showed for jacks and nines and took the pot.
Hand #25: Boivin raised to 44,000 from the hijack. Everyone folded.
Hand #19: Ben Maya limped under the gun and Steve Foutty and Joe Cook in the blinds saw a flop of where a bet from Cook of 35,000 won the pot.
Hand #20: Alex Rocha opened for 40,000 and Ben Maya defended his big blind. It was checked to the turn of a board where May abet 50,000 and Rocha called. The river was the and, when Maya bet 100,000, Rocha moved all in and won the pot without showdown.
Hand #14: Tim West raised to 75,000 from mid-position and Steve Foutty in the hijack and Ben Maya on the button called. The flop came , West checked, Steve Foutty opened to 75,000, Maya folded, and West called. They checked through the on the turn. The on the river completed the board, West bet 150,000, and Foutty called. West showed for aces and eights and Foutty showed to West but not to the rest. Thomas Boivin asked what it was and the dealer showed the kings to the rest of the table.
Hand #15: The blind levels just went up to 10,000/20,000 with a 3,000 ante. Ben Maya raised to 50,000 from the cutoff and everyone folded.
Hand #16: Steve Foutty raised to 44,000 from the under-the-gun position. Both Ben Maya in the hijack and Thomas Boivin in the cutoff called. The flop came , Foutty opened to 81,000, Maya raised to 250,000, and Boivin shoved all in. Foutty folded but Maya needed more time to think about what he was going to do. After some long careful consideration, Maya decided to fold but he did show to the table. Boivin raked in the pot.
Hand #10 Paul Michaelis opened for 35,000 on the button and Steve Foutty called big blind. They checked it down to a river of where a bet of 55,000 from Michaelis won the pot.
Hand #11: Thomas Boivin opened for 35,000 and got calls from Alex Rocha, Foutty, and Joe Cook. The flop was and it was Rocha who bet 55,000 and just Boivin who called. They checked turn and river where Boivin showed to win.
Hand #12: Ben Maya got a walk.
Hand #13: Michaelis opened for 37,000 and got calls from the blinds Maya and Boivin. The flop was and Michaelis continued for 48,000 and got two calls. The turn was the and it was Boivin who took over the betting for 100,000 and again got two calls. The river was the and Maya took over betting, making it 125,000 and winning without showdown.
Hand #7: Paul Michaelis raised to 32,000 and both Ben Maya in the cutoff and Alex Rocha in the big blind called. The flop came , Rocha and Michaelis checked, and Maya opened to 100,000. Rocha folded, Michaelis raised to 245,000. Maya folded.
Hand #8: Ben Maya raised to 50,000 from the hijack and Alex Rocha in the small blind called. They both checked through the on the flop and the on the turn. The on the river completed the board, Rocha opened to 60,000, and Maya folded.
Hand #9: Thomas Boivin raised to 35,000 from the hijack. Tim West, in the big blind, called. The flop came and they both checked. The turn gave them the ,= and West check-called the 62,000 bet of Boivin. They both checked on the on the river, West showed for a pair of fives, and Boivin mucked.