Hand #1: From under the gun, William Tonking opened to 250,000 and Luis Velador three-bet next to act to 800,000. Tonking made the call and the flop fell with both players checking.
The turn and river were checked by both players, then Tonking revealed his . However, it would be Velador's that would see him scoop the pot.
Hand #2: From the small blind, Jorryt van Hoof opened to 360,000 and William Tonking defended his big blind to see a flop. Van Hoof continued for 425,000 and Tonking made the call before the and was checked down.
Van Hoof tabled his to scoop the pot and move to 6.25 million while Tonking slipped to 4.26 million in chips.
Hand #3: From the button, Jorryt van Hoof opened to 275,000 and Luis Velador called in the big blind.
Velador checked the flop as van Hoof bet out 425,000. Velador check-called as the landed on the turn and the two-time WSOP bracelet winner checked again. Van Hoof bet out 925,000 and Velador chose to toss his cards into the muck.
Van Hoof is now up to 7.2 million while Velador slips to about what he started the day with — 16.5 million in chips.