Hand #139- Paul Lieu made it 35,000 to go, and Ben Volpe called. Louis Bonnecaze also called, and the three saw a flop of . Volpe fired out 55,000, Bonnecaze was the only caller, and the turn was the . Volpe then fired out 115,000, and Bonnecaze kicked his hand in, giving the pot to Volpe.
Hand #140- Volpe made it 35,000 to go, and Bonnecaze reraised to 125,000. It folded back to Volpe, and he tanked for about 45 seconds before folding.
Hand #141- Bonnecaze raised to 35,000, Lieu made the call, and Volpe did the same. The flop came down , and Bonnecaze kept the pressure on with a bet of 75,000. Lieu folded, and Volpe responded by moving all in. Bonnecaze folded, and Volpe took down the pot.
Hand #142- Lieu made it 35,000 to go, and Volpe and Bonnecaze made it a family pot. The flop ran down , and Lieu c-bet it to 55,000. Volpe folded his hand, but Bonnecaze tagged along to see the come on the turn. Lieu checked this time, and Bonnecaze fired out 85,000. Lieu went deep into the tank, thinking it over for a couple of minutes before folding, and Bonnecaze took down another.
Hand #143- Bonnecaze limped in, and Lieu made it 35,000 to go. Bonnecaze tossed in the call, the dealer fanned out a , and Bonnecaze check folded to a bet of 75,000.