Hand 89: Justin Oliver made it 50,000 to play and faced a three-bet to 150,000 from Nick Schwarmann, Oliver called and the flop came down , Schwarmann was first to act and he made it 150,000 to play. Oliver, with his hand over his mouth as he was when he doubled up moments ago, folded after 30 seconds of deliberating what to do.
Hand 90: Schwarmann opened the betting with a raise to 50,000 and Oliver folded.
Hand 91: Oliver was on the button, he opened to 50,000, Schwarmann three-bet to 150,000 and Oliver folded.
Hand 92: Schwarmann raised to 50,000 on the button and Oliver called. The dealer put out the , Oliver check-called a 50,000 bet from Schwarmann. Both players checked the and the river. Oliver turned over and won the pot.
Hand 93: Oliver limped on the buttonand called when Schwarmann raised to 125,000. Both players checked down the board and turned over and to split the pot.
Hand #84: Justin Oliver raised to 50,000 and Nick Schwarmann reraised to 150,000. Oliver folded and Schwarmann took a little back.
Hand #85: Schwarmann raised to 50,000 and Oliver called. Both players check the flop. Oliver bet 50,000 on the turn and Schwarmann called. Oliver bet 200,000 on the river and Schwarmann mucked but not before showing the for a pair of jacks. Oliver showed for ace-high.
Hand #86: Schwarmann raised to 50,000 and Oliver folded.
Hand #87: Oliver raised to 50,000, Schwarmann reraised to 150,000 and Oliver folded.
Hand #88: Schwarmann raised to 50,000 and Oliver called. Oliver checked on the flop and Schwarmann bet of 50,000. Oliver reraised to 150,000 and Schwarmann called.
Oliver bets 200,000 on the turn and Schwarmann reraised to 2,000,000 which put Oliver all in. Oliver called and turned over for a flush and Schwarmann had for the nut flush draw.
The river was not a diamond and Oliver doubled again which put him in the chip lead.
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Hand 83: Nick Schwarmann opened to 50,000 putting Justin Oliver under pressure to act. Oliver is up to the task and he re-raised to 115,000 in total. Schwarmann called and the flop was dealt . Oliver was first to act and he led for 115,000. Schwarrmann sat staring at the board before announcing he was all-in. Oliver snap-called and it soon became apparent why.
Schwarmann: - for top pair with an ace-kicker.
Oliver: - for the bullets!
No wonder Oliver called so fast; he had been dealt Hold'em's most premium of starting hands. The turn kept Oliver's aces in front and the river locked up the hand for him, leaving Schwarmann to hand over 436,000 of his stack to Oliver.
Hand #78: Justin Oliver folded to Nick Schwarmann in the big blind.
Hand #79: Schwarmann raised to 50,000 and Oliver called. Both players checked the flop. Oliver bet 40,000 on the turn and Schwarmann raised to 200,000. Oliver folded and Schwarmann won the pot.
Hand #80: Oliver raised to 50,000 and Schwarmann called. Schwarmann checked in the dark and the flop was dealt. Oliver bet 40,000 and Schwarmann called. Schwarmann checked dark and called Oliver's 50,000 bet on the turn. Both players check the river. Schwarmann reveals for a full house.
Hand #81: Schwarmann raised to 50,000 and Oliver called. Oliver check folded to Schwarmann's 50,000 bet on the flop.
Hand #82: Oliver completed the small blind and Schwarmann checked his option. Schwarmann led for 25,000 on the flop and Oliver raised to 100,000. Schwarmann folded and Oliver won the pot.
Hand #73: Nick Schwarmann raised to 40,000 and Justin Oliver reraised to 100,000. Schwarmann called and the flop was dealt. Oliver bet 100,000 and Schwarmann called. Both players checked the turn and the river. Oliver showed for a pair of eights and the pot.
Hand #74: Oliver raised to 40,000 and Schwarmann called. Schwarmann checked in the dark on the and Oliver bet 40,000. Schwarmann called and the turn came. Oliver bet 50,000 and Schwarmann folded.
Hand #75: Schwarmann raised to 40,000 and Oliver called. Oliver check-called Schwarmann's bet of 40,000 on the flop. Oliver again check-called Schwarmann's bet but this time it was for 65,000 on the turn. Oliver checked the river and Schwarmann checked behind. Schwarmann tabled for a pair of queens.
Hand #76: Oliver raised to 40,000 and Schwarmann reraised to125,000. Oliver 3-bet all in and Schwarmann folded.
Hand #77: Schwarmann raised to 40,000, Oliver reraised to 100,000 and Schwarmann called. Both players check the flop and the turn. Oliver checked the river and Schwarmann bet of 90,000. Oliver called but couldn't beat the of Schwarmann.
Hand 68: Justin Oliver made it 40,000 to play Nick Schwarmann called before checking in the dark. Oliver checked behind on the flop and again on the low turn and river, Schwarmann winning the hand with ace-high.
Hand 69: Schwarmann set the price to play at 40,000 and Oliver called. The flop read and both players checked. The turn was the and Oliver led for 35,000 and it was enough to take down the pot.
Hand 70: Oliver opened to 40,000 and Schwarmann called. The flop was and Schwarmann check-called a 50,000 bet from Oliver. Both players checked the leading the dealer to put the onto the river. Schwarmann bet 60,000 and Oliver folded.
Hand 71: Schwarmann folded his button and Oliver received a walk.
Hand 72: Oliver's 40,000 raise was enough to fold out Schwarmann.
Hand #63: Nick Schwarmann raised to 40,000 and Justin Oliver moved all in which prompted a fold from Schwarmann.
Hand #64: Oliver raised to 45,000 and Schwarmann folded.
Hand #65: Schwarmann raised to 40,000 and Oliver folded.
Oliver took the microphone from the tournament director and tried to rally the crowd but it is still pretty quiet in the stands of the mothership.
Hand #66: Oliver raised to 40,000 and Schwarmann called. Schwarmann checked in the dark on the flop and Oliver checked behind. Both players checked the flop. Schwarmann bet 55,000 on the river and Oliver called with which was good enough to win the pot.
Hand #67: Schwarmann raised to 40,000 and Oliver called. Oliver check-folded to Schwarmann's 32,000 bet on the flop.