Hand #31 Buonanno started things off with an open to 80,000 from under the gun plus one, before getting called by Matt Berkey in the cut-off. Matt Perrins looked over at Berkey’s stack, before also making the call from the big blind. The flop came down the , as Perrins checked his option. Buonanno threw out a continuation bet of 225,000, which was enough to take down the pot, as his two opponents opted to fold their hands.
Hand #32 The action folded around to Matt Perrins in the small blind, who made the call, before Arthur Pro made it an additional 80,000 to go. Perrins made the call, as both players saw the flop come . Both players checked their options, as the fell on the turn. Perrins thought for a moment, before throwing out a bet of 130,000, as Pro stared the bet down. He then bumped it up to 380,000, which was too much for Perrins, who quickly mucked his hand.
Hand #33 The action once again folded around to the blinds, as Arthur Pro bet out 80,000. Buonanno made the call from the big blind, as the flop came down . Pro quickly threw out a continuation bet of 105,000, which brought and instant muck from his opponent.
Hand #34 Arthur Pro opened to 100,000 from the button, before being met with a raise to 250,000 from Antonio Buonanno on the small blind. Seth Berger folded his big blind after a short pause, before Pro asked for a count of Buonanno’s stack. He made the call, as both watched the flop come . Buonanno quickly reached for his chips, and placed out a continuation bet of 325,000, which was enough to take down the pot, after Pro pondered over his decision for a minute.
Hand #35 Randal Flowers moved all in from late position, and took down the blinds and antes.