For the entire heads up battle, the preflop action has either been a fold from the button, or a min raise that led to a call or three bet. Matt Matros made the first four bet of the match, and Mark Radoja responded by making the first five bet! Matt Matros raised it up to 100,000, and Radoja three bet to 230,000. Matros thought it over for a bit before putting out a four bet to 500,000 even. Radoja weighed his options, then slid out a five bet to 1.3 million. Matros thought for about 30 seconds before giving his hand up, and Radoja has taken control of the heads up match once again.
First Five Bet Of Heads Up