Hand #56: Richard Dixon shoved all in, taking the blinds and antes.
Hand #57: Dixon shoved all in, taking the blinds and antes.
Hand #58: Martin Lesjoe raised to 425,000, and he took the blinds and antes.
Hand #59: Lesjoe raised to 425,000 from under the gun, and it folded to Matt Berkey, who called from the big blind.
The flop came down , and Berkey check-called a bet of 425,000 from Lesjoe. Both players checked the turn, and the river brought the . Berkey fired out 1.4 million, and Lesjoe thought for a bit before shoving all in.
Berkley asked for an exact count (6.135 million), and he went deep, deep into the tank. After a couple of minutes, he started talking softly to himself. Another two minutes went by before he said, "This might be the biggest laydown I've ever made. I just don't know if I have the heart to do it, though." Another minute went by, and Berkey said, "It would have been so much easier if a heart came." Finally, after about six minutes in the tank, he slapped a stack of chips down for the call.
Lesjoe rolled over for a full house, and Berkey said, "Nice shove," before showing .
The chips were counted down, and for the first time all day, Berkey was knocked from the top spot.
Hand #52: Martin Lesjoe raised to 425,000, Richard Dixon called from the small blind, and Matt Berkey called from the big.
The flop came , and all three players checked. The turn was the , and Dixon checked. Berkey bet 500,00, and Lesjoe folded. Dixon called, and the river was the . Dixon checked, and Berkey bet 10,000,000, putting Dixon at risk should he call. He folded, and Berkey showed .
Hand #53: Berkey raised to 500,000 from the small blind, and Lesjoe called from the big. The flop came , and Berkey bet 700,000. Lesjoe raised to 2,000,000, and Berkey folded.
Hand #54: Ricardo Ramos shoved all in for 780,000, and everyone folded.
Hand #55: Dixon limped under the gun, and Adrian Moreno called from the small blind. Jimmy Guerrero checked his option in the big.
The flop came , and Moreno led for 340,000. Dixon called. Both players checked the turn and the river, and Moreno showed the winner with .
Hand #42: Jimmy Guerrero went all in and everyone folded.
Hand #43: Richard Dixon limped under the gun and Ricardo Ramos shoved all in from the small blind for 1,830,000. Giuseppe Pantaleo and Dixon both folded.
Hand #44: Matt Berkey raised to 400,000 under the gun and Guerrero called in position. Dixon called from the big blind and the flop came . The action checked to Guerrero and he bet 575,000. Berkey and Dixon folded.
Hand #45: Martin Lesjoe raised to 450,000 and Guerrero reraised to 1,125,000. Lesjoe folded.
Hand #46: Guerrero raised to 450,000 and Lesjoe three-bet him this time. Lesjoe made it 1,125,000 to go and Guerrero folded.
Hand #39: Richard Dixon raised it to 480,000 on the button and Matt Berkey quickly popped it up to 1.1 million in the small blind. Dixon called the three bet, and they went heads up to a flop of . Berkey continued for 500,000, and Dixon shoved all in. Berkey thought for about 30 seconds as Dixon started to break down his stack before Berkey sent his hand into the middle.
Hand #40: Ricardo Ramos moved all in for 1.61 million, and Martin Lesjoe asked fora count in the small blind. He thought for about a minute before folding, and Adrian Moreno quickly folded in the big blind.
Hand #41: Matt Berkey raised to 500,000, and it folded around to Jimmy Guerrero in the big blind. He moved all in, and Berkey didn't take long to release his hand.
Hand #28: Martin Lesjoe raised to 325,000 and he took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #29: Matt Berkey raised to 400,000 and Adrian Moreno moved all in for his final 1.78 million. It folded back around to Berkey, who snap-called the shove.
Berkey was dominated in pair and suits, and he wouldn't get any help on the runout, giving the double-up to Moreno.
Hand #30: Ricardo Ramos shoved all in from the button and he took the blinds and antes.
Hand #31: Giuseppe Pantaleo raised to 340,000 from the button and the two blinds called: Richard Dixon and Matt Berkey. Those three would check down a board of , and though Berkey had turned a straight with , it was no longer good, as Pantaleo had for a rivered flush.
Hand #32: Adrian Moreno raised to 355,000 from early position, and Richard Dixon was the lone caller from the button. The flop of was checked through, and the saw Moreno fire 405,000. DIxon called, and both would check again on the river. Dixo tabled , and that was good enough to win the pot.