Parrott ends up all-in four hands in a row against Bendiks and wins all of them. His first hand he has pocket fours vs. Bendiks who has Ace three. Another hand Bendiks can’t call as he says he can’t justify calling a 360K all-in vs. the total pot size he could win. Parrott holds on strong and wins another pre-flop all-in against Bendiks, Kings vs. Jacks. He says he could not have done it without his lucky dealer Krishen in the box. Winning these pots allows him to outlast Frank and Kuey, placing 3rd for $13,581.
Eric Frank has A4 off-suit and ends up all-in pre-flop with Bendiks who has AK off-suit. Board runs out with an Ace, no four, with Bendiks’ top pair, top kicker holding up. Frank places 4th for $10,059.
Bendiks raises UTG to 20K. Both blinds call, with Kang in the SB.
Flop: 10 6 J (diamonds)
Action check through to Bendiks who bets again a total of 25K. Kang calls and the BB folds.
Kang checks again, Bendiks bets 45K. Kang calls.
Kang checks one last time. Bendiks goes all-in covering Kang’s remaining stack of 90K. Kang calls and loses to Bendiks’ pocket Kings. Kang folded before his hand could be identified. He says he had Ace Jack off for top pair. He places 7th for $5,018.