|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Hand #128: Keith Tilston raised to 170,000 with . Stephen Chidwick matched the bid with before both players checked the flop. Chidwick made a straight on the turn but his 125,000-bet prompted a quick fold from Tilston.
Hand #129: Chidwick limped with and Tilston checked . The almost locked it for Chidwick but he couldn't find any action from his opponent who instantly check-folded.
Hand #123: Stephen Chidwick raised to 170,000 on the button with and Keith Tilston picked up the in the big blind. He just called and saw a flop of hit the felt. Both players checked to the on the turn and Tilston checked again. Chidwick checked as well and the completed the board. Both players checked the river and Tilston took down the pot with the only pair.
Hand #124: Tilston opened to 170,000 with and Chidwick defended his big blind with . The flop came and Chidwick check-folded to a bet of 100,000 from Tilston.
Hand #125: Chidwick raised to 170,000 with on the button and Tilston called with . The flop came and Tilston checked to Chidwick who bet 125,000. Tilston check-raised to 300,000 with a straight draw. Chidwick laid his hand down sending another pot to Tilston.
Hand #126: Tilston opened to 175,000 on the button with and Chidwick pushed all in with for around 20 big blinds. Tilston was forced to give his hand up.
Hand #127: Chidwick just limped in with and Tilston announced all in holding . Chidwick snapped him off holding the superior pocket pair and was in great shape to double up.
The flop came and Chidwick flopped a full house, leaving Tilston drawing slim. The on the turn and the on the river secured the full double up for Chidwick.
Hand #118: Stephen Chidwick received a walk.
Hand #119: Chidwick limped in with and Keith Tilston checked . He flopped top pair on the texture and led out 125,000. Chidwick didn't have a diamond in his hand and let it go.
Hand #120: Tilston picked up ace-high again, looking down at . He made it 170,000 and Chidwick called with a dominated . The flop was checked by both players and the dealer roller over the turn. Chidwick tried to claim the pot with a big bet of 410,000, just under the size of the pot. Tilston, however, wasn't ready to give up and paid the price.
The landed on the river to fill Chidwick's gutshot. The British pro announced he was all-in for 1.22 million and Tilston threw his cards to the muck.
Hand #121: Chidwick called with and Tilston checked his options with . Tilston tested the waters, leading 80,000 on the flop. Chidwick raised to 225,000 and Tilston released his cards.
Hand #122: Tilston raised to 170,000 with and Chidwick defended with . Tilston fired another 225,000 in position after the flop appeared, earning a call from Chidwick. The turn was checked through and Chidwick tapped the river as well. Tilston made it 650,000 and forced a fold from his rival.
Hand #115: Stephen Chidwick just called with on the button and Keith Tilston raised it up to 240,000 holding . Chidwick released his cards and Tilston picked up the pot.
Hand #116: Tilston limped in with and Chidwick checked his . The flop came giving both players middle pair. Chidwick checked to Tilston who fired 60,000. A check-raise to 160,000 from Chidwick was called by Tilston. The peeled off on the turn and Chidwick checked again. Tilston bet 300,000 after turning two pair and Chidwick folded.
Hand #117: Chidwick called with and Tilston chose to see a flop with . The flop came and Tilston check-called a bet of 60,000 from Chidwick. The turn brought the and Tilston checked again. Chidwick tossed in a bet of 100,000 and Tilston bumped it up to 425,000 with his open-ended straight draw. Chidwick wasted no time before laying his down.
Hand #110: Keith Tilston raised to 140,000 with and Stephen Chidwick defended . The flop hit both players and Chidwick check-called 225,000. The turn saw Chidwick check again and Tilston checked behind to let the complete the board. Chidwick checked for one more time and Tilston announced a bet of 325,000. Chidwick paid the price and Tilston climbed to the chip lead.
Hand #111: Chidwick made it 150,000 from the button with . Tilston looked down at and scooped the pot with a three-bet of 475,000.
Hand #112: Tilston opened the to 140,000, earning a call from Chidwick who had . Tilston flopped the Broadway on the but Chidwick check-folded to his continuation bet.
Hand #113: Chidwick limped in with and Tilston checked his . Tilston led out 60,000 on the flop and Chidwick stuck around with the bottom pair. The left Chidwick's hand in front and Tilston skipped the second barrel, checking. Chidwick checked as well and spiked two pair on the river. Tilston let Chidwick fire a pot-sized bet of 300,000 and then check-raised to 850,000. Chidwick called and nearly tied his stack with Tilston's.
Hand #114: Tilston raised to 140,000 with and Chidwick called with . They saw the flop where Tilston won after betting 85,000.
Hand #105: Stephen Chidwick limped in on the button with and Tilston checked his dominating . The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn. Tilston led out for 75,000 with the superior kicker both players paired their six. Chidwick called with the only club in his hand and the completed the board. Both players tapped the table and Tilston took down the first hand of heads-up play.
Hand #106: Tilston raised to 150,000 on the button with and Chidwick mucked his rags.
Hand #107: Chidwick raised it up to 150,000 with on the button and Tilston defended with . On the flop, Tilston checked to Chidwick who checked behind. The on the turn induced a bet of 125,000 from Tilston. Chidwick raised to 425,000 with top pair and Tilston let his hand go.
Hand #108: Tilston picked up the on the button and raised to 140,000. Chidwick called with and the flop fell . Chidwick check-folded to a bet of 125,000 from Tilston.
Hand #109: Chidwick limped in with and Tilston checked his option with . The flop came and Tilston was the one to check-fold to a bet of 60,000 from Chidwick as the two players continued to exchange pots.
Hand #103: Daniel Negreanu raised to 100,000 with and Keith Tilston three-bet to 350,000 out of the small blind. That was enough to rake in the pot.
Hand #104: Tilston opened the button to 125,000 and big blind Negreanu shoved all-in for 1,020,000. Tilston reluctantly called.
"Alright, drawing live, I love it," Negreanu said after seeing his opponent's cards. He started joking about "old school woodoo", believing he would double up.
The board, however, ran to leave Negreanu drawing dead on the turn. He picked up $165,000 for his third place finish.
"Off to mixed games I go," Negreanu said, wishing good luck to the last two men standing.