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|Blinds||15,000 / 30,000|
Hand #61: Mike Sowers opened for 45,000, Justin Bonomo called from the small blind and Daniel Strelitz reraised, making it 172,000.
Sowers then made it 345,000 and Bonomo folded. Strelitz fired back, making it 750,000. Sowers then pushed all-in and Strelitz called.
It was for Sowers and for Strelitz.
The flop came and Strelitz had runner-runner outs to a royal flush or quads while Sowers had flopped a boat. The turn ended all hope for Strelitz and after the river was revealed, he said good afternoon.
Hand #58: Daniel Strelitz gets a walk.
Hand #59: Justin Bonomo takes it down with a 50,000-chip opening raise.
Hand #60: Strelitz opened to 46,000 and Bonomo called. The flop came and Bonomo bet. Strelitz called and after the turn, Bonomo checked. Strelitz bet 128,000 to take it down.
Hand #53: Mike Sowers opened for 45,000 on the button and took it down.
Hand #53: Daniel Strelitz in the small blind limped and Sowers checked his big blind. The flop was . Strelitz made it 25,000 and Sowers raised him to 85,000. Strelitz let it go.
Hand #54: Justin Bonomo raised and took it down.
Hand #55: Sowers opened for 45,000 and Strelitz called in the big blind. They went to a flop of - which they both checked - and the turn was the . A 70,000 lead from Sowers and that saw the pot shipped his way.
Hand #56: Sowers got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #57: Bonomo was next to get a walk.
Hand #50: Three-handed now, Mike Sowers raised to 45,000 and Daniel Strelitz reraised, making it 136,000. Sowers called and the flop came . A 155,000 bet from Strelitz took it down.
Hand #51: Justin Bonomo made it 50,000 and Sowers defended his big blind with a call. The flop fell . Sowers checked. Bonomo bet 70,000 and Sowers called.
The turn brought the and another check from Sowers. Bonomo bet 180,000 and Sowers obliged with a call. The river was the . Sowers checked, Bonomo bet a sizable 420,000 and Sowers thought about it for a minute, checked his cards and threw them away to give Bonomo the pot.
Hand #52: Strelitz made 46,000 and Bonomo defended his big blind with a call. The flop came . Bonomo checked, Strelitz made it 62,000 and Bonomo called. The turn came the . Bonomo checked, Strelitz bet 117,000 and Bonomo called.
The river card was the and Bonomo checked again. Strelitz bet 178,000. Bonomo folded to give Strelitz the pot.
Hand #49: Lance Harris moved all in for 248,000 and Mike Sowers called.
Harris was at risk with and facing the of Sowers.
The dealer put out Harris' fate: .
Harris left the stage to leave the tournament three-handed.
Hand #46: Daniel Strelitz opened for 46,000 and Mike Sowers three-bet from the blinds to 146,000. That was enough to see the chips sent his way.
Hand #47: Sowers made it 45,000 and Justin Bonomo raised to 150,000 on the button. The blinds folded. Sowers four-bet to 315,000 and Bonomo laid it down.
Hand #48: Following an open, Strelitz called in the small blind and Sowers raised to 200,000 and took it down.
Hand #42: Daniel Strelitz raised to 46,000 and Justin Bonomo called. Lance Harris then pushed all in for 525,000. Strelitz and Bonomo both released to give Harris the pot.
Hand #43: Bonomo made it 47,000 and Strelitz called. The flop came and after a check from Strelitz, Bonomo picked up the pot with a 65,000 bet.
Hand #44: Chip leader Mike Sowers got a walk.
Hand #45: Harris made it 50k and Bonomo called. The flop fell and both players checked. The turn was the and Bonomo bet 80k. Harris called.
The river brought the and a 190,000 Bonomo bet. Harris called and was shown for the boat. Harris mucked and Bonomo took it down.
Hand #41: Niel Mittelman opened for 45,000 and Mike Sowers made it 135,000 from the small blind. Justin Bonomo folded the big blind. Mittelman then four-bet to 265,000 and Sowers called.
They saw a flop of . Sowers checked, Mittelman made it 175,000 and Sowers moved all in. Mittelman made the call and was the at risk player.
Sowers had and was against the of Mittelman.
The turn card was the and the river was the . Sowers spiked the only card in the deck that could win him the pot to cause gasps from the rail and Mittelman was out.