Hand #230: Kory Kilpatrick had the button and raised to 60,000. Eric Wasserson defended, the flop fell , and both players checked. The turn was the , Wasserson fired out 65,000, and Kilpatrick called. The completed the board, Wasserson checked, and Kilpatrick knuckled behind.
Wasserson tabled for a pair of eights, and he was awarded the pot.
Hand #231: Wasserson raised to 60,000 on the button, Kilpatrick defended, and the dealer fanned . Kilpatrick check-called a bet of 60,000, the turn brought the , and Kilpatrick quickly checked again. Wasserson tossed out 140,000, Kilpatrick called, and the completed the board.
Kilpatrick led out for the first time, cutting put a bet of 375,000 and sliding it forward, and Wasserson reached into his stack. He cut out enough T25,000 chips to make the call and shot a look at the board, furrowing his brow. He cut the small stack down, stacked the chips back up, and riffled them with his right hand.
Confused, he jerked back for a moment, then finally committed them. Kilpatrick ripped over for a flush, and pulled in a massive pot.