Two consecutive hands saw Daniel Carbonari lose a combined 140,000 to Scott Montgomery.
In the first hand, Montgomery had raised to 40,000 from middle position. Carbonari misread the raise and put about 20,000 into the pot. Once he was informed that the bet was twice that, Carbonari mucked his cards and lost the 20,000.
In the very next hand Montgomery raised to 40,000 once more. Carbonari called again, but this time for the right amount.
The flop came and Montgomery checked to Carbonari, who bet 60,000. Montgomery asked for a count and was informed that Carbonari had about 105,000. Montgomery then raised to 200,000 and Carbonari folded, leaving himself short.
We arrived at Mick Carlson's table to see him bet 54,000 into a flop of with Adam Richardson making the call. Carlson checked the on the turn and Richardson fired a bet of 80,000. Carlson responded by going all in. When Richardson folded Carlson showed .
Scott Montgomery made an early-position raise to 26,000. Luther Lewis decided to make a call in the hijack before Timothy Beeman three-bet to 77,000. Montgomery made the fold, but Lewis decided to see some cards and called.
The flop came and Lewis checked to Beeman who shoved for about 280,000. Lewis tanked for close to six minutes before folding. After Lewis had folded, Beeman showed .
With the chips he won in that pot, Beeman is now up to 1,100,000.