|Blindid||400,000 / 800,000|
Hand #57: Antonio Esfandiari started the hand with the button, and the action folded to him. He raised to 1.325 million, David Einhorn defended his big blind, and the dealer spread . Einhorn checked, Esfandiari tossed out 1.625 million, and Einhorn released. Esfandiari tabled two queens.
Hand #58: Sam Trickett had the button, and Phil Hellmuth opened to 1.7 million from under the gun. Everyone folded, and Hellmuth took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #56: Guy Laliberté was on the button to start this hand. From the cutoff seat, David Einhorn raised all in for 12.1 million. Everyone folded and Einhorn won the pot.
Hand #57: Phil Hellmuth started the hand with the button. Action moved to Guy Laliberté in the cutoff seat and he made it 1.2 million to go. From the small blind, Antonio Esfandiari reraised to 2.775 million. Sam Trickett took plenty of time to think about things in the big blind before he reraised to 4.3 million. Laliberté folded and then Esfandiari tanked. After two minutes or so, Esfandiari called.
The flop came down with just over 10 million chips in the pot between these two big stacks. Esfandiari checked to Trickett and he fired 3.2 million. Esfandiari called.
The fell on the turn and Esfandiari passed the action to Trickett again. After a minute, Trickett bet 4.4 million. Esfandiari called and the pot swelled some more before heading to the river.
Shaun "Shaun the Dealer" Harris snapped the on the river and a subtle "aaahhhh" came from the crowd as a third heart hit the felt. Esfandiari checked and Trickett checked behind after tanking for a little bit.
Trickett showed the for a pair of eights, but Esfandiari's was the better of the two hands and he raked in the pot to take the chip lead.
Hand #54: Sam Trickett started the hand with the button, and the action folded to him. He raised to 1.4 million, Guy Laliberté three-bet from the big blind, Trickett released, and Laliberté tabled .
Hand #55: David Einhorn had the button. The action folded to Sam Trickett, who raised to 1.2 million from the cutoff. Phil Hellmuth defended his big blind, and the flop fell . Hellmuth checked, and Trickett fired 1.2 million. Hellmuth called.
The turned, Hellmuth checked again, and Trickett reached for chips, tossing out 1.4 million. Hellmuth called.
The completed the board, and both players quickly checked. Hellmuth tabled for ace-high, and Trickett showed for two pair, winning the pot.
Hand #52: Phil Hellmuth had the button. David Einhorn raised from under the gun to 1.2 million. Action folded to Antonio Esfandiari in the small blind and he reraised to 2.8 million. Einhorn moved all in for 14.05 million and Esfandiari folded.
Hand #53: Antonio Esfandiari had the button. Action folded to him and he raised to 1.325 million. David Einhorn called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Einhorn was first and led for 1.6 million. Esfandiari called.
The turn was the and Einhorn led for 2.2 million. Esfandiari called.
The river completed the board with the and Einhorn checked. Esfandiari fired 4.7 million and Einhorn folded the face up. Esfandiari showed the .
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