Hand #123- Jared Hamby made it 130,000 to go from the small blind, and Peter Hensakul made the call. The flop came , and both players checked. The hit the turn, and Hengsakul made it 120,000 to go. Hamby made the call, and the river brought the . Hengsakul bet out 250,000, and Hamby beat him into the pot, and showed for a flush. Hengsakul mucked, and Hamby took down another one.
Hand #124- Hengsakul made it 120,000 to go, and Hamby tanked for a bit before putting out a three bet to 340,000. Hengsakul folded, and Hamby won his third hand in a row.
Hand #125- Hamby made it 130,000 to go on the button, and Hengsakul called. The flop came , and Hamby bet 140,000 after Hengsakul checked. Hengsakul check raised to 360,000, and Hamby went into the tank for quite some time. He then put out a reraise to 615,000, and Hengsakul shoved. Hamby made the call, and saw that he was in rough shape.
Hengsakul's bottom two pair were well ahead of Hamby's top pair, and the hit the turn. Hamby was down to just needed a queen, three, or two on the river.
Hamby's rail erupted, while Hamby's arms shot up in the air. After the chips were counted out, Hamby was sitting on 7.5 million, while Hengsakul plummeted to two million.