Hand #228: Scott Blumstein raised to 6 million on the button, and Dan Ott made the call. The flop came down , and Ott checked to Blumstein, who did the same. The hit the turn, and both players checked again. The completed the board, and Ott checked a third time. Blumstein followed suit, and Ott showed for the winning hand.
Hand #229: Ott limped in on the button, and Blumstein checked his option. The flop was , and Blumstein checked to Ott, who checked it back. The came on the turn, and both players checked again. The completed the board, and Blumstein checked a third time. Ott thought for about 45 seconds before betting 7 million, and Blumstein made the call. They both had the straight, as Blumstein had , while Ott tabled , and the pot was chopped.
Hand #230: Blumstein limped in, and Ott checked. The two saw a flop of , and Ott checked it over to Blumstein, who checked as well. The hit the turn, and Ott checked to Blumstein, who bet 5.5 million. Ott tossed in the call, and the river was the . Ott checked a third time, and Blumstein fired out 17 million. Ott called, and it was another chopped pot, as Blumstein showed , while Ott had .
Hand #231: Ott open folded the button, giving Blumstein a walk.
Hand #232: Blumstein limped in, and Ott checked his option. The flop came , and Ott checked. Blumstein bet 3.5 million, and Ott quickly released his hand.