Paul Lieu raised it up to 20,000 after Blair Hinkle limped, which was enough to take down the pot.
Louis Bonnecaze raised it up to 22,000, and was called by Paul Lieu. The flop came down as both players checked. The fell on the turn, as Lieu threw out a bet of 66,000. Bonnecaze paused for a moment, before raising it up to 140,000. It didn’t take Lieu too long to then move all in for his entire stack, as Bonnecaze was put to the test. He gave out a big sigh, before mucking his hand, relinquishing the pot to Lieu.
Blair Hinkle opened to 25,000, before Paul Lieu raised it up to 105,000 in chips. With the action back on Hinkle, he quickly tossed in his cards, giving Lieu his third pot in a row.
Ben Volpe moved all in for 266,000 and was snap called by Blair Hinkle, as both players tabled their cards.
The board ran out to see Volpe take the lead with trips on the flop, as he found a much needed double up through the chip leader.