|Blinds||60,000 / 120,000|
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Hand #148: Justin Bonomo limped in with and Boutros Nadim quickly shoved all in with . Bonomo was forced to send his cards to the muck.
Hand #149: Nadim folded on the button and Bonomo took the walk.
Hand #150: Bonomo raised to 180,000 on the button with and Nadim folded.
Hand #151: Nadim opened to 190,000 on the button with and Bonomo shipped all in with . Nadim quickly called and Bonomo was at risk, all be it with the best hand. The flop came and Bonomo made a pair of sevens to remain in the lead. The on the turn and the on the river changed nothing as Bonomo doubled up into a massive chip lead.
Hand #152: Bonomo raised all in with and Nadim called with . The flop came and Nadim was still in the lead with queen-high. The on the turn left Bonomo drawing dead to the on the river.
Hand #153: Nadim pushed all in on the button with and Bonomo folded his big blind.
Hand #143: Another walk for Justin Bonomo after Boutros Nadim folded his queen-three.
Hand #144: Bonomo raised the button with jack-eight but quickly folded to Nadim's shove with king-nine.
Hand #145: Nadim limped and Bonomo checked his . Both players checked the flop and the turn of the board. Bonomo then valued his rivered four at 80,000 and earned a call from Nadim.
Hand #146: Bonomo opened to 180,000 and Nadim matched the bet with to hit a decent flop. Nadim wasted no time and led out 275,000 but he couldn't get any action from his rival.
Hand #147: Nadim raised to 180,000 with and Bonomo defended his with a call. The flop was checked but both players hit the turn. Bonomo checked one more time but Nadim did his trademark move, shoving all-in. Bonomo called to see his hand was dominated.
The accomplished American pro was drawing slim, hoping for just the three sevens to claim the whole pot. Bonomo, however, sweated some additional cards for a chop and he would get one of them on the river.
Hand #138: In a limped pot, the flop came and Boutros Nadim shipped all in for 1,740,000 with . Justin Bonomo called with and was in great shape to end the tournament. The turn brought the and Bonomo was one card away. The dealer burned and turned the on the river, giving Nadim two pair and a big double up.
Hand #139: Nadim open-shipped all in on the button and Bonomo quickly tossed his cards.
hand #140: Bonomo limped in on the button with and Nadim checked with . The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn. Two more checks led to the on the river. Nadim checked and Bonomo checked as well as Nadim took down the pot with queen-high.
Hand #141: Nadim raised to 165,000 on the button with and Bonomo folded in the big blind.
Hand #142: Bonomo raised to 180,000 on the button with and Nadim called with . The flop fell and Nadim checked to Bonomo who continued for 150,000. Nadim mucked after missing the flop and Bonomo finally took a pot.
Hand #133: Justin Bonomo received a walk.
Hand #134: Bonomo limped with and Boutros Nadim checked with . After checks on the flop and turn, Nadim bet 200,000 on the river of the board. He earned a call.
Hand #135: Bonomo received another walk.
Hand #136: Bonomo called with but quickly mucked when Nadim declared he was all in.
Hand #137: Bonomo got a walk for the third time in a row.
Hand #132: David Peters shipped all in for 625,000 on the button with and Justin Bonomo announced all in over the top with in the small blind. The two hands were tabled and Peters was at risk but held the best hand.
The flop came and Bonomo took the lead with a pair of tens. The turn brought the , taking away Peters' straight outs, and the improved Bonomo's hand to trip tens. Peters finished in third place and will take home $88,400 for his efforts.
Another three levels have completed and the players are taking a 10-minute break.
Hand #131: David Peters limped with but Justin Bonomo didn't let him see the flop for cheap this time, raising his to 210,000. Peters called his suited connectors and flopped a straight draw on the texture where both players checked.
The hit the felt on the turn, improving Bonomo to a top pair. Peters led out 375,000 and Bonomo called.
Peters checked the river and Bonomo slid in all of his chips, over-shoving for 1.545 million. Peters used a time extension and eventually called, securing Bonomo a huge double in the largest pot of the tournament so far. Bonomo was suddenly in possession of two-thirds of all chips in play while Peters dropped below ten big blinds.