Hand #365: On a flop, Isaac Kempton was in the big blind and checked. Tony Sinishtaj bet 500,000 on the button, and Kempton raised to 1,500,000, causing Sinishtaj to fold.
Hand #366: Alex Livingston opened the button to 700,000 and Sinishtaj defended the big blind. Both players checked the flop to the turn. Sinishtaj check-called for 700,000 and both players checked the river. Livingston revealed to claim the pot.
Hand #367: Kempton opened the button to 600,000 and both opponents folded.
Hand #368: Livingston limped the small blind and Kempton checked his option. The flop was checked to the turn, where Livingston bet 500,000 and Kempton called. The was checked by both. Isaac's was good for the pot.
Hand #369: Livingston opened the button to 700,000, Kempton called the small blind, and Sinishtaj defended the big blind. The trio checked the flop to the turn. Kempton checked and Sinishtaj bet 1,200,000. Both Livingston and Kempton called. The river was checked through. Livingston showed to take the pot.
Hand #370: Livingston received a walk.
Hand #371: Sinishtaj opened the button to 600,000 and Livingston three-bet to 2,300,000 in the small blind. Both opponents folded.
Hand #372: Kempton raised the small blind to 1,000,000 and took down the pot.
Hand #373: Livingston received a walk.
Hand #374: Sinishtaj opened the button to 600,000 and Kempton defended the big blind. Kempton check-folded to a 300,000 bet on the flop.
Hand #375: Livingston opened the button to 700,000 and Kempton three-bet the small blind to 2,300,000. Livingston called. The flop came , Kempton led for 1,300,000, and Livingston called. The fell on the turn and Kempton jammed for approximately 8,600,000. Livingston called.
Livingston had two pair and Kempton needed to complete his open-ended draw to stay alive. The dealer put down the onto the felt to complete the board, as Livingston whipped his head back in disbelief and Kempton breathed a deep sigh of relief upon hitting his draw to keep his tournament life alive and give him the chip lead.
Hand #376: Sinishtaj opened the small blind and took down the pot.
Hand #377: Sinishtaj opened to 600,000 on the button took down the pot.
Hand #378: Kempton limped the small blind and Sinishtaj checked his option. Both players checked the flop, and Kempton led for 400,000 on the turn. Sinishtaj called. The completed the board and Kempton bet 1,000,000. Sinishtaj called, and showed to claim the pot.