Hand #95: Shai Zurr moved all in for 1.75 million from the cutoff and Brandon Eisen thought long and hard before calling from the big blind.
It was a bad spot for Zurr, but he got lucky after the flop delivered him the lead with a pair of kings. Neither the turn nor river helped Eisen, and Zurr doubled through.
Hand #96: Eric Baldwin raised to 240,000 from the button and Theodore Driscoll defended from the big blind to see a flop of . Driscoll checked, Baldwin continued for 210,000, and Driscoll check-raised all in. Baldwin quickly called off and the cards were turned up.
Driscoll had flopped a pair, but it was way behind the pocket cowboys of Baldwin. The turn changed nothing, and neither did the river. With that, Baldwin was shipped a much-needed double.