Blair Hinkle raised it up to 25,000, before Ben Volpe moved all in, resulting in a snap fold from his opponent.
Blair Hinkle raised it to 20,000 from the button, and was called by Ben Volpe, who had limped into the pot. The flop came down , as Volpe checked over to Hinkle. He bet out 20,000 which was called, as the two saw the fall on the turn. Both players checked to see the complete the board. Volpe checked one last time, as Hinkle stared down the board, before putting in a bet of 60,000. Volpe snap called, as Hinkle turned over his for queen-high. Volpe then tabled his , which was good enough to take down the pot.
Blair Hinkle limped in, before Ben Volpe moved all in, and taking down the pot.
Blair Hinkle raised it up to 25,000, before Paul Lieu raised it to 100,000 in chips. The option was back on Hinkle, and he folded his hand, relinquishing the pot to Lieu.
Paul Lieu raised it up to 25,000, before Ben Volpe moved all in. The action folded back around to Lieu, who asked the dealer for a count. The total was given as 480,000, as Lieu sat back in his chair, taking a drink of water from the bottle placed beside him. He scratched his head, agonising over the decision, before deciding to fold, mucking his face-up.