Hand #40 Seth Berger opened to 85,000 from middle position, as the action folded around to Matt Perrins in the small blind. He thought about his decision for a moment, before making the call, as did Arthur Pro from the big blind. The flop came down , as both players in the blinds checked their options. Berger then quickly reached for chips, and threw out a continuation bet of 135,000, which was instantly called by Perrins. Pro then stared down both players, before opting to fold.
The fell on the turn, as both players checked, before the fell on the river. Perrins sat motionless for a minute, before reaching for his chips, and sliding out 280,000 in chips. Berger tanked over his decision for over a minute, before releasing his hand, as Perrins took down another big pot.
Hand #41 The action folded around to Randal Flowers in the cut-off, who opened to 80,000. Antonio Buonanno made the call from the big blind, before the flop came down . Both players checked their options, as the fell on the turn. This time Buonanno reached for his chips, before betting out 100,000, which was enough to take down the pot.
Hand #42 Matt Perrins opened to 80,000 from the cut-off, which was enough to take down the blinds and antes.
Hand #43 The action folded around to Matt Perrins in the hijack, who made it 80,000 to go. Arthur Pro was in the cut-off, and raised it up to 200,000. The decision was back on Perrins after a string of folds, and he thought for over a minute, before bumping it up to 455,000, which was snap called.
The flop came down , as Perrins quickly threw out a continuation bet of 365,000. Pro stared him down, before reaching for his chips, whilst never taking his focus off Perrins. Picking up the call in his hand, he played around with the chips, before finally opting to lay down his hand.
Pro asked if Perrins could show, and he obliged, by rolling over the .
Hand #44 Seth Berger opened to 85,000 from the button, which was enough to take down the pot.