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|Slepe stave||25,000 / 50,000|
The final three players are now on a one-hour dinner break.
Doug Polk raised to 90,000 from the button and Phil Ivey called from the big blind. Ivey then check-called a bet of 110,000 on the flop, and then both players checked the turn. When the completed the board on the river, Ivey led out for 300,000 and Polk called.
Ivey rolled over the for a straight, and it was good as Polk sent his cards to the muck.
Doug Polk limped the small blind and then called when Mike McDonald three-bet to 120,000 from the big blind. When the flop came down , Polk checked, McDonald bet 125,000, and Polk check-raised to 340,000. McDonald paused for a few moment before moving all in and Polk snap-folded.
Mike McDonald raised to 90,000 on the button, and Doug Polk called from the big blind before checking in the dark. The flop came down , and McDonald bet 100,000. Polk called.
The turn was the , and both players checked to see the pair the board on the river. Polk checked, and McDonald bet 250,000. Polk thought it over, then called with the and McDonald couldn't beat it.
Mike McDonald limped from the small blind and Phil Ivey checked from the big blind to see a flop of . McDonald check-called a bet of 50,000, and then check-called one of 100,000 on the turn. McDonald checked for a third time on the river and Ivey slowed down by doing the same.
As last aggressor, Ivey was first to show and tabled the for eights and threes. It was no good though as McDonald held the for aces and eights.
On the button, Mike McDonald raised to 90,000. Doug Polk made the call from the big blind, and then he checked in the dark before the flop was put out. McDonald checked behind, and the turn was the . Polk led for 120,000, and McDonald called.
The completed the board on the river, and Polk checked to McDonald. After some thought, McDonald slid forward a bet of 300,000 from his remaining stack of about 1.175 million. Polk gave it up, and McDonald won the pot.
Mike McDonald raised to 90,000 on the button, and Doug Polk three-bet to 290,000 from the big blind. McDonald folded, and Polk took the pot.
Doug Polk raised on the button, and Phil Ivey called from the big blind to see the flop. Ivey checked, Polk bet 75,000, and Ivey called.
The was added to the board on the turn, and Ivey checked. Polk bet 215,000, and Ivey took his time before he made the call to see the land on the river. Ivey checked, and Polk bet 540,000. Ivey leaned back in his chair and studied. While tanking, Ivey cut out the 540,000 from his stack and set it a little bit aside from the rest of his chips. After thinking for a bit, Ivey folded, and Polk was pushed the pot.
Mike McDonald limped in from the small blind, and Phil Ivey checked his option out of the big blind. The flop came down , and both players checked to see the land on the turn. Both checked again, and the river was the . Once final time, both players checked.
McDonald showed the , and Ivey mucked his hand.