Hand #13: Andrey Zaichenko raised to 350,000 from the cutoff and Craig McCorkell called from the big blind to see a flop of . McCorkell checked, Zaichenko bet 450,000, and the Brit called. After the dealer burned and turned the , both players checked and the completed the board on the river. McCorkell checked, Zaichenko bet 740,000, and McCorkell called. Zaichenko tabled and it was good as McCorkell mucked.
Hand #14: Martin Jacobson opened for 350,000 from middle position and Felix Stephensen called from the cutoff. Mark Newhouse came along from the big blind and three players saw a flop of . Two checks put action on Stephensen, and he bet 450,000. It did the trick as both his opponents folded.
Hand #15: Zaichenko raised to 350,000 from middle position, McCorkell called from the button, and Newhouse came along from the small blind to make it three-way action to the . Newhouse was first to act and led out for 450,000, which prompted Zaichenko to raise to 1.1 million. McCorkell released his hand, and Newhouse folded to the raise.
Hand #16: Felix Stephensen raised to 350,000 from middle position and was met by a three-bet to 800,000 from Eddy Sabat in the hijack. Action folded back to Stephensen and he released his hand.
Hand #17: Zaichenko raised to 350,000 under the gun, Martin Jacobson called from the big blind, and the two saw a flop of . Both players checked, the appeared on the turn, and Jacobson bet 525,000. Zaichenko called and the completed the board on the river. Jacobson checked, Zaichenko bet 750,000, and Jacobson called. Zaichenko tabled the for a pair of aces, and it was good as Jacobson sent his cards to the muck.