Hand #24: Eddy Sabat raised to 350,000 from the hijack and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #25: Bruno Politano raised to 350,000 from the button, Martin Jacobson called from the big blind, and it was heads-up action to the flop. Both players checked, the appeared on the turn, and again it went check-check. The river saw Jacobson bet 400,000, and Politano called. Jacobson tabled , but it was no good as Politano had rivered a jacks and eights with .
Hand #26: Politano opened for 350,000 from the cutoff and Andrey Zaichenko called from the big blind to see a flop of . Zaichenko checked, Politano bet 380,000, and Zaichenko called, which brought about the on the turn. Zaichenko checked, Politano bet 785,000, and again Zaichenko called.
When the completed the board on the river, Zaichenko checked for a third time and Politano fired a hefty 1.48 million. This time it worked as Zaichenko released his hand.
Hand #27: Mark Newhouse raised to 325,000 from middle position, Politano called from the hijack, and the two saw a flop of . Newhouse led out for 400,000, and Politano wasted little time in releasing his hand.
Hand #28: Craig McCorkell opened for 350,000 under the gun, Felix Stephensen called from the small blind, and it was heads-up action to the flop. Both players checked, the appeared on the turn, and Stephensen bet. McCorkell quickly folded and that was the end of that.