With a raise from a player in early position to 525 and a call from the player in the hijack, Calvin Anderson three-bet to about 2,250 from the button. Only the original raiser called to see the flop.
The early-position player check-called 2,650 from Anderson, landing the turn. This time, though, Anderson's opponent check-folded to a bet of 3,700 from Anderson.
Anderson crossed the 100,000 mark with that pot, but won the following hand as well to chip up further.
Joseph Cheong opened the action with a raise to 600 from early position, the player in the hijack called, and Anderson three-bet to 2,250 from the cutoff. The player on the button called, both Cheong and the hijack folded, and a flop hit the table.
Anderson continued for 2,250, his opponent called, and the fell on the turn. Anderson bet 3,800 this time, his opponent popped it to about 8,200, and Anderson called to see the river.
Both players checked, Anderson tabled , and his opponent mucked to give Anderson the pot.