Hand #88: Malissia Zapata called, and Brent Wheeler checked. The flop came , and both players checked. The turn came . Zapata bet, and Wheeler folded.
Hand #89: Chiduziem Obi raised, Mark Mierkalns called. The flop came , and both players checked. The turn came . Mierkalns bet, and Obi called. The river came , and both checked. Obi showed to take the pot.
Hand #86: Brent Wheeler raised in early position, and won the pot.
Hand #87: Wheeler raised from under the gun, Mark Mierkalns three-bet on his direct left, Grayson Scoggin four-bet on the button, and Wheeler called. Mierkalns capped it, Scoggin tossed in his remaining 7,000 chips, and Wheeler again called.
The flop fell , Wheeler check-called a bet, and the turn was the . Wheeler checked, Mierkalns fired out a bet, and Wheeler tank-folded.
"SHOW THEM ACES!" someone on Mierkalns railed yelled.
Sure enough, the Canadian showed for a set of aces.
Scoggin was drawing dead with , and hit the rail when the completed the board.
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